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HH++++ IHIIIIHH+rBEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER ManlIer T Kxltml al tM tmojVrn ni IWrffJ Ay rw NIRIId HUM Malt mailer IIIrHIHrlIIHIIHIHH VOL VII Flvo conts a copy P IDEAS KiMioh for tho tilings nlravo t lifo Anxiety in llio JXJIHOII of hiiinnn Bowaroof calms In any form this lifo moans notion- Ilnppinesx inny grow In nny soil nutl live uiulor any conditions Self reverence Bulf knowledge self ionlrollheso three nlouo lund tofiOv oreigu power Hubit JH n enblo wo spin a throw of it every day anil nt lost Wu cannot break it In tho home ardor IB homily con tentmunt Is blessing1 hospitality I glory godliness is its crown The ir Mtit the mul to ill IhMi hM for thy Burr prMeadug- Like the peIrertIIe iglh W It httllll H aavelu IhM lit Wen + IN OUR OWN COUNTRY It has broil decided that tho tnnn iipiiioiit of tint iHtlnnliin afTnira will rciuiiu wider tho control of Sforotnttj Tuft who will go to Pniiuniii In Novcuilxjr tninviiHtigntonlTnlra there nnd tlmmiiKliIy inform hlinaoH its to hit eundilioim In tlio onnnl aono If Mr Tuft win dig tin acne without n scandal his cnlliiiK Bud ol otion to tIlt rpHidmioy IH sure Tlio rtipiihlionim ot Mnamolinmtla in Btnlo ciMirunllon last wwik with urn v iico dcolarod for n rovkton of the timer Tlio rwrtelon nakwl for in tin plalfiwin IN not whit in IWOllo- huL it ift lutlJlhtl by the radical wing of thC jwrly ntt nn entorlng uudgo Many who ntHini to think that tho Jfuioli religion fen tiling of tho tang ago past will IM Hiirprteod to learn Hint from lost Sunday availing at six oclock to hint Monday ovwilng itt the NB111n time vnn lud by our Jewish citizens tw Yotn Kipiwr or tit Day of Atonomont During this day no orthodox July will touch meat or drink slid s oiiiis tau time in making atonement fur tin rind of tilt year by prwjer and Horvhw 1reyorn are offerwl on the dig Cor tlMKW of tho faith who hiavd died during tho your TIlt Now York Life IwHiranct Niiiimny huts boon ordered by UM Iimuranco ColllmiMlonoiP Miwourl- to make good the Sl4S7u2con tribution tiMilo to tho Htinihlicnn cninjmigii fund at the lust uluutkiii or cww from doing buslnees in that state HIM aim stud tluit a woTt oiit t5 on foot to nt1r4Rtie IiMO I7us well tw tho 1ftiltftbla by ttleeUttg u now rrostiduut stud other Important olllcwrs Thomas W Lnvvfton of Ireniiwl Finaum tarns tins soot out Invitn tinim to GovernorHeoklwin sad othere to nccttit places on H committee to dcninml restitution of IIKMIOV by the New York Mutual Now York Life nnd Kquitablonnd to jiuniHli guilty oilicialH Such n tnovuiiiant IB in rvitablo but vhnt Mr I nution hiss to do with it doa not npponr Oov ernor Folk of MiHWMiri is alb inrltwl to bfcunio n inoinlwr of tho proiKXied cuininitttHtStfivtnry of thr TrwiRiiry Shaw has definitely Jaiincliod ills l ootn for till Iruriiditncy Thu Athtnlh Con dilution think ho nitint liaro loomed nnd recited when n boy tho memory jnln The hwl hyvreat tree ra ctM4iHek ttt mgkiIIxiWent toeing tipvrvnt In the hlfht FROM THE WIPE WORLD It is reported that Kutwiu also do sires to live in harmony with Grunt llritaiii Tho nubile in the latter conn try would welcome understanding that would porno viol to tho frequent poriodi of unrest nUll cuiiHtKiuont unfriendly relations with Russia Tho Anglo Jut almewt treaty hat put it out of time power nf ItiiSHin to do much in Asia for the pawtit and 8110 dour well to make u virtue of uocotwlty Nearly nil the jxiwore have accepted lloncoCtltlrUrOlllO it will ho imposmblo lor the Confer ence to meet till tho nnd of next year RtiHsluii government prnfxMua ITho retire inoflicienl ollicers mutiny to make way for Iwtlor trained mOil Time same thing is al I ready Ixting done in time navy And still the Czar wants penco and a dis nrinainent of Europe varydiSxllteimteNl It is thought thud theytrill eotuen trnto their dislike tipon tlio ollicers of the present caninut Friendly rela tions hove been resumed between the Russian and the Japanet diploiniitic rupreKentatires Froyo Andnule Cuban IOUliuntl time Interior emphatically the allegations make by General Ooinoz Ho says tint no j holy was restrained at tho primaries and points out timid time original strength of tho Liberals dwindled rapidly when its loaders uswl in llamatory language mid ndoptml ox tretne measures THE CITIZENBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 12 1905 DISCOVERY MADE Tho Adnms Express Co at Pitts btuff Victimized to tho Amount of 100000 PECULATIONS OF AN EMPLOYE A Package of 3Ionry Containing Thli Large Nunn Was Consigned to a Hank In Cincinnati This Package Was Received From a PltUburg Bank and Receipted By Edward Q Cunllffe Who Oil appeared With the Cash WtUfcurg Oct nTho startling dtaeovory was made fate Tuesday that the Adams Hxpreas On hue bow vlo tlmtzod to the extant of 100000 up posedly through the iwwulatlOM of an employe Tho following oRlalal rtal n8nt of the affair U given for pnblloaUon At 41 Monday Oot 8 a bank of intutmrg bad delivered to tits Adams xJtha Co at their onloo at GIG Wood treat IHtufcurg a ioUaa of our reocy cnotalnlns 100 00 Of Uiii mount JSOoo WRS In 8110 bills 110 ww In llle MIU I Han of Ute Firmer UIII1 NaUoBBl Tank of IMtuburg M 4 the haul of IMUriwrg N A were ID the inarti entirely new some bad DMA oUgbtly used TM ft 10 sod f WIll were of old pwrrwioy The package oontalnliiK tits large Him of noesy was coBtlf n l to a bask In Cln ChlBOll O TWa package Will rtcotrtd and re cMptwl fur by inward Georgo Cm iitte who was theft acting In the plam of the regular uneasy clerk who WILl nt Failed To Report For Duty Cmllffe left the olHce at the taunt time Monday evwilac and Tuesday morning when he Weed to matt for duty a hurried iMttml atton WM MAda- I of his dspartuwut ajd It was Itemed that about 1000 of fuadi entreated to hIt ears were mlwUsn General A wK their of the Adams Bxprww Co Im mediately called In deteotivea and plated the matter In their hauls Iat- tI tteeiotfuMI brought to light the fact that In addition to the flMA mlariBR the bask package oonUUnlng tlw IMMOO Iuad riot HM nnselvod at the MONW forwarding oDleea at union ataUon data city Inqlr4ee ei dr ed blsteetddeaeer U UKWUfc street wot sad PttUHrg showed that Cunllff arrived home at tM enatoaury time Monday evening Mid after changlns liU clothes bade its family good bye saying to hit wife that ho was going out for the crests and nothing furl her hat been heard front him Description of Cunllffe OmlWe hail been employed by the AdallWl Hxpreaft Co slneo March 1 It04 Previous to that ho was em ployod In this 9 rrlc of the American 1 xpren Co time WftCtric Bxprwni Co and time United ttatta Bxprens Co of Hartford Ct and bore n Rood repu tattoo Jle WILl methodical accurate sad an excellent clerk Kdward Ooonw Cunllffe Is descrlb ed at U years of ago looks to be 40 I feet 7 Inches toll weight 176 pounds niodlnm build dark brown hair hoar 1y mixed with stay wears a heavy liorttirappcd mimtacho dark and partly mixed with gray could raise a very heavy beard has blue eyes When last seen ho woro dark blue donbl broa ted sock mitt a black don by hnt turned collar and a black bow tie He wears a sliver ring with an acorn lotfen He Is an Inveterate oi garetle tmioVor and the xooond linger of his right hand Is badly discolored with nlooUne Cunllffs U afllloted with what IB known aa the cigarette oongh INCREASE AT PENSACOLA ThirtyTwo Cases of Yellow Fever and Three Deaths Reported Peniwoola Pin Oat IThe fever Rummary Tnosday night shows a big increase In time number of new oases M follows New oases 32 total oases 107 deaths 1 total deaths 41 under treatment 140 discharged 113 Tin large increase In the number of new eases was exi Jted owing to the vary luclemont woollier and tho provloua ajirwd of tIe dleoaso to all sections of the city INFECTIONA NEW Two Cases of Yellow Fever Reported at New Iberia La New Orleans Oct llitoport to C p m Tuosiloy New ease 18 fatal to dale 380 dooU s 4 tl1hU clli dew tool 9 under treatment 181 dls charKPxl 2G3I For Uio first taco this wook H now point of Infection Was reported In the Cato Two cases woro reported from fuw Iberia which up to now has ap parently boon free A Cashier Kills Himself HouMon Tox Oct 11F II Gray cashier of tho Commercial National bank suicided upon getting out of bOIl shooting himself twlco with a revolver Ho was regarded as able financier No possible motive has boon ascot tarns CROWE IN OMAHA Hie Much Hunted Man Placed in the Steel Caere at the City Prison WAS ARRESTED AT BUTTE MONT I A Crowd car 2CJUU 1irsoiis ftaihercji at the Union Station to Out uGltuicc at IVIsOiicr A Large Cordon of Police Opened An Aisle From the Platform of the Train To a Patrol Wagon Near the Depot Omaha Neb Oct toPat Crowe chuckled to Detective Hulifvldt of the Omaha deteeure department and ac rampanled by Chief Uetuottvo Dunn arrived In Omaha from lltiUo MuoL where ho was urr et ria wMk ago A crowd of 8000 persons had gathered at the Unto station and they Illlod the station cud approtiehus In ovary direction lutent on securing It 11OIIt- Itl a Kluitoo at Crown A cadre cordon of police opened an aisle from tbe palfnrm of Uiu train to a patrol wagon In the rear of it e station and Cr tee between the twe fletecilvua with a patMlnwn walking ahead anti uiHKfter bmihd woe unfelt set to Ute wagou amid the ohaera of some nod ex oJa ma lions of olber The extraordinary tireeantfon taken by titpolice department for landing Umge safely brhltnl the ben seined hardly iieceaeary for hv gars little heed to them and apparently had no wish to make Ills escape- A large crowd foUowed time iiatml- to tbe station where another crowd had gathered to wunne the return of the prisoner I v A Serious Charge Precautions were again taken to p- rY t friend from reaching the pile surer nod be was Imrrled Veto dm eap tams oft CM where he was registered Opposite his name was placed the charge of shooting with Intent to kill or wound H was searched and waa allowed to retain a panell and a row dollars In money Crowe was not Inclined to talk of his fast and refuted absolutely to spook ot his allene connefltMH with the kidnaping of Uddle Cwtahy Ho declared that much had been publish aUMubla HltM i MHncdHHraaptoa land other matters whlali was wlUiout fonn UUon AMoug thttee he mention ed a confession MId to have bees sign ed by him at Untie Implicating young Cudahy In a conspiracy in oountctlon with the kidnaping- Vhen his caw comes to trial Mid Crowe the truth will he known to the world Cod will take care of me lie takee ears of everybody and makes no mistakes I do not feel nearly so anxious about securing my liberty again aa I do to reform and get bock to tin honeM Ufa Chief of Police John J Donahue gave a sigh of roller when be saw Crowe safely Inside Uie steel cage That unarm haa given me more worry than any criminal with whom I ever have held in dial sold the chief HI venturesome manner and daredevil system of rtsWug ih authorities hoe enabled him to luau out of the clutches of the law for ninny years and It Itt relief to know that he U at last tu nit bwjHghi to trial AN ENRAGED NEGRO Emptied Revolver Into a Crowd of Boys With Terrible Effect Momphla Tenn Oct toWltd with rage because of ridicule of several small bur In front of time BIJou then ter on Main street an unknown ne gro emptied his revolver Into a mass of people Ono troy Is dying another Is dangerously wounded and a negro girl received slight Injuries A large nrowu had gathered In front of the play house when an unknown nogro pawed Several small boys greeted the nogro with cat calls and obstruct ed his passage The nogro became lnfuriajttd and drawing a revolver fired at annoyors Ho then made a hasty flight and has not been appre hended PROPRIETOR OF A THEATER He Is Under No Implied Obligation To Serve the Public PIttsburg Oct toJullco J nay Brown of tho Ionimylvahla siipremc court handed down an opinion in which ho decided that a theater pro prlcor In a private Individual engaged 11i si strictly private Ifslnrnntt Is linilor noJnjplto t Jo serve the public actioji was brought by Wilbur homey against Nixonk Xlmmermnn for nn alfogell wrong suf ferod by him and his family In not get ting tho Rents for which they held tickets for a theatrical performance In Philadelphia Stage Held Up By a Bandit Redding Cal Oct 10A bandit singlehanded hold up the tedding Delmar stage which earned money to pay oft tho ompjoyea of the Dully Hill nine D N Hoskoll the express mos senger was shot through the abdomen but will reoovoti THE HALL OF FAMEl I Votes in Second Election Were Canvassed by Chancellor Me Uracken anti Two Professors THREE NAMES TO RECEIVETABLETS J TJbt Januesltttssell il Prominent Authors Oliver Wendell Holmes Missed By Onl7 Three VotesIn the Class of Soldiers Gen W T Shei v 1man Was Elected Now York Oct 10Who votes In the figcond election for the hall of rains Vilro canvassed by Chancellor lon and Irofa Stevenson and Buffliiara of Now York university Only three names wore chosen to ro cylve tnblirta In the five clauses In wlilohtlis canvassing was completed those Of John Qreenloaf Whittler and Tames Russell Lowell In the close of anthorfl and that of Gen William T SUhfrnfon In the class of soldlata- TJlOt results of the eeoUon furnished mpy surprises Oliver Wendell llnluiw mtasel election by only three vote receiving 48 of the 51 necas aaty The greatest the dltlr feaa the defeat of EdgarAlan Poo vfiuj received only 43 votes the same u1ffflb r received by James Fenlmora- Kfeong Ihe other literary mon wile- fiI1n41of election were William Cullen lUivttnU Franck Parkham and John L fipFfsy each of whom reached 40 VoToa nnd Horace Oreoley and George PtlftWft who were tied with 20 votes b Election In Teachers Class iBihe class of teachers no nomlneo rOOeted 61 votes and this corner of tho hall of fame will receive no addl iIoiiuls year PUIlllps JJrookR who eel 40 votes woe the leader In thN Mark Hopkins with 38 be ingJJtiond No Jurist or scientist wad olm6 Hufiia Choate who led In the foriiifr class receiving only 31 votes w Joseph Henry who tat tine aol n fs received IS Chief among the J who failed of election were Np Uanle1 Green wHb 28 votes- tiSj wall Jackson with 21 and G e Rogers Clark with 90 PQKdUar iraeCraeken comment h9badthou said that the reeult should not be ascribed to the defects of the poets morel nature but to the lack of sin I cerity In his poetry The hall of fame won opened at Unl I verity Heights live years ago at which tine 29 tablets were unveiled dedicated to the following great Am Orleans Bmerson Longfellow Irving Hawthorne inwards Horace Mann Doecher Channlng Fulton Morse Whitney Audubon Gray Grant Far ragut Ioe Vashlngton Lincoln Web ster Franklin Jefferson Clay John Adams Marshal Kent Storey Pen body Stuart nnd Peter Cooper A new bnlliUOg7 U to bo erected In the near future to form an addition to tho present hall of tame which will be devoted to women and foreign born Am ericans UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA I The Institution Was Greatly Endan gered By a Fierce Forest Fire Berkeley Cal Oct 10A fierce fire swept Over the l1orle1oy hills behind the University of California and had It not boon for tho heoric work of 1 ODD students from the university and for the Jlerkoloy fire department as slated by hundreds of cllutens the property to the outward would have bOOn destroyed The flumes wore first discovered In Strawberry canyon at 11 ocloclt Fanned by n north gale that blow all day tho great sheet of flames swept tho hillside and bore down to ward the university buildings Seeing tho danger Proeldent Wheeler dis missed student cadets In order to tight I the flames MONK GIBSON CAUGHT Accused of Murdering Mrs Conditt and Her Four Children Houston Tex Oct 10The famous Texas Rangers captured Monk Gibson for whom 1000 dtlcens have been searching for ton days Ho was caught hOlcljI tons and troops Gibson Is accused of murdering Mrs Conilltt another tour 1JycaiDtIn Favor of Tariff Reform IOAt the annual meetingbold here of the Uoston As ofI23was taken In favor of tariff revision I an certain articles MaJ Gen Weston Relieved y Washington OcL IOAn order was Issued at tho war department reliev ing MaJ Gen Woton from tho office of commissary general and directing him to report to tbo acting chief of stall for duty IHHHIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIt A Family Newspaper Eight Pages lHiHiHr I I zt I I I I I I I I Hh Ono dollar a year NO 17 Quarterly Report of the Berea Banking Co AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPTEMBER 30 1905 HBBOmtOUS IXMIM nnd DiMnuntt 19 w 98- SOmtlrnfi oewrfit tltlG- D test Ileltotst Junks 18 trey n- noOther ItMl Wale 00 tlpr61e IIOUiUM t rritur a tu mf 260 1e Other ItMnirorrfol es Owli 0n as Furniture RIM Fixtures 41116 CUrrent Hxpcnwn lati Qnirter a mos 2 wo is Ia0 il7 ill 0 MAfllUTIHS OllflUljriotk pale In in huh UI me re DiftllvMftl IroflU s li9 It Del M 129 M line Kflllnnil Rank mi M into rtHllteoumetl of M 91+ HPlnBUENTARV Were nit 8xlIlatelttltln1taxes ilediKHnl therefrom hewn ilc ftlarlng dividend Slid wa Hat fa then 10 mrreeetrd net proAix of Mw tank for the pedal airaml by lite itlrltlttul alert to lh iHrjilui riix Mora rend dlvnkaidtraderlaNiI Yea l8et dtr sal Kr Ste- tle 77 t1I lfM W IL Pans Oailittrof Benw Banking Co e hank looitwl and doing buntiHwi in the inn 1 of nweail Mid musty beg duly worn say the loltlWtlnc report D In all respect I trill tluicmint orhllkIHdthe kJtllut teas med end Jut elsusthorr and that lh II lOVs nlt t med fir ropllaor wilh an MyaurhCiuhlrrUMMthJHB8B cent U M C C J K JOHHws Director- by J JI EARL D C g T Pun Director Berea Banking Company CAPITAL 2500000 J J MOORE Pros W H PORTER Cashier r Youre Invited qhiehIhtereM wblfohhllMllt To pay our store a lengthy call that you slay inspect time largest newest Iwst bought stock of goods in Eastern Kentucky COME JN LOOK EXAMINE COMFARB and PRTCB Our goods alT for sale wo advertise and encourage homo buying and we dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices Anti Judges of Quality will nil testify in oiir behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I Our Big 4 IOLIVEREvuryllaly saves money by trading a- tWLCH5SI I 000000000000000000000000000 0 SHOES I SHOES 0 oI o o 0 I SHOES I o u 0o o 0 We soil the famous Walk Over Shoes for Men o and Women the best shoe on earth for tho prico 8 o Andwe sell the American Gentlemen Shoos for Men g r11dtl1JXn riPlr Lnily Shoas rYoman made byr Ii- HamOtQnrBrown0 Share Company1 When you nead 0 = Shoes call and see our line before buying elsewhere g o r o w i The New Cash StoreIo RHODUS GREEN PROPS 0 1 8000000000000000000000800001 mw SEVEN QUESTIONS OF LIFE 7 I- An Infant walling in his fright At landing In this world of fret Afraid bf dark afraid of light With unknown troubles to bo met We cry Ah see the lovely peU And low much money will he gelt U Whetj Into joyous youth hes grown We watch and weigh each chosen friend We ask it wild oats be has sown And speak of ways that he should mend And often trust and distrust blend In low much money does he spendf III When to the problems of this lit- Ho seems to have become awake And thinks of getting homo and wife What form then does our question take Our thoughts thus Into speech will break Well how much money does he maker IV In middle life ho has become Sedately dignified and staid And of his countenance eo grunt At times we almost feel afraid But Into his affairs we wado With How much money has he mader V Next as a pillar of the etate At rortyelsht or fifty say We point to him WWI honors great That watt for him along the way The war cry of the bitter fray Is How much money will he par VI And later on when days go by 1 Llk water dropping through a sieve And falling hair and falling eye Proclaim he has not long to live O then were most Inquisitive With How much money will he giver VII Last iase of all we meet and sigh We speak of him and gently grieve And In Impassioned eulogy Ills noble traits and deeds wo weave And information we receive From How much money did he leaver W D N In Chicago Dally Tribune Dri and I By IRVING BACHCLLEB Author of Eken Holden DarrtI of the Bieued Isles Etc ICbprtlght1o1 bjLolhrup Publishing Compuy CHAPTER X COJJTIXUED He was a great whip that man David Parish who had built a big mansion at Ogdensburg and owned so much ol the north country those days He was a gentleman when the founders of the proud families of today were dicker- Ing in small merchandise Indeed one night look In vain for such an establishment as his north of Virginia This side tho Atlantic there was no stable of horses to be compared with that he had splendid English thor oughbreds the blood of which is now in every great family of American horses And my faith he did lovo to put them over the road He went tear ing up hill and down at a swift gallop and the roads were none too smooth In that early day Before leaving home be had sent relays ahead to await his coming every 15 miles of the Journey ho always did that If he had far to go Thus time ho had posted them clear to the harbor The teams were quickly shifted then we were off ngaln with a crack of the whip and a toot of the long horn He held up in the swamps but where footing was fair the highmettled horses had their heads and little need of urging We halted at an inn for a sip of something end a bile to rot Parish said the general rising on stiffened legs I like your company and I like your wine but your driving is a punUhraent Drl was worn out with lack of sleep and rest but he had hung doggedly to his saddle How do you feel I asked him as we drew up on each side of the cgach Split f the collar said he soberly as he rested an elbow on his pom melWe got to headquarters at five and turned over the prisoners We had never a warmer welcome than that of the coloneL- I congratulate you both he said as be brought the rumbottle after we had made our report You ve got more light In you than a wolverene Down with your rpm and oft to your beds and report here at reveille I have a tough job for you tomorrow CHAPTER XI It was Indeed tougher business than we had yet known a dash Into the enemys country where my poor head was In excellent demand DrI and I were to cross the lake with a band of raiders a troop of 40 under my com mand We were to rescue some pris oners In a lockup on the other side They were to be shot in the morning and our mission therefore admitted of no delay our horses had been put aboard a brig at midnight and soon after the noon mess we dropped down the lake going into a deep wooded cove south of the Grenadier island There we lay waiting for nightfall A big wind was howling over tbo woods lat sunset and the dark cams on Its Srlngs an houtahead of time The I night was black and the lake noisy when we got under way bound for a flatboat ferry Our skipper it turned out bad little knowledge of those wa ters He had shortened sail and said lie was not afraid of the weather The wind out of the southeast came harder as It drove us on Before we knew It the whole kit end boodle of us were in a devil of a shakeup there In the broad water Drl and I were down among the horses and near being trampled under In the roll We tried to put about then but the great gusts of wind made us lower sail and drop anchor In a hurry Soon tnt horse wore all in a tumble and one ou top of the other We had to jump from bad to back to save ourselves It was no pretty business I can tell you to get to the stairway Drl was strlppec of a bootlog and I was cut in the chit by a front hoof going ten feet or sot ho upper deck To the man who was never hit In the chin by a horses hoot let me say there Is no suet remedy for a proud spirit Bullets an much easier to put up with and kcoj a civil tongue In ones head That lower deck was a hind of horses hell Wo had to let them alone They got astraddle of one anothers necks and were cut from ear to fetlock thos that lived for some of them I could see wore being trampled to death Hew many I never knew for suddenlj we hit a reef there in the storm and the black night I knew wo had drifted to the north shore and as the sea to wash over us it was every beganI himself The brig went up and like a sledgehammer and at over blow her sides were cracking and cav ing She keeled over suddenly and was emptied of horse and man A big wave flung me far among tho flounder- Ing horses My fingers caught In a wet man I clung desperately between crowding flanks Then a big wave went over us I hung on coming up astride my capture Ho swam vigorously hit nose high blowing like a trumpet I thought we were In for a time of It and had very little hope for any land- Ing save In kingdom come Every min ute I was head under In tho wash and the roaring filled mo with that mighty terror of tho windfall But on my word there Is no captain like a good horso in bad water Suddenly I fell Urn hit the bottom and go forward on his knees Then he reared up and be gun to jump in the sand A big wave washed him down again Ho fell on his side In a shallow but rose and ran wearily over a soft beach In tho blackness around me I could see nothing A branch whipped mo in the face and I ducked I was not quick enough It was like fencing in tho dark A big bough hit me raking the withers of my horse and I rolled oft headlong in a lot of bushes The horse wont on out of hearing but I was glad enough tc Ho still for I had begun to know of my bruises In a few minutes I took ofl my boots and emptied them and wrung my blouse and lay back cursing m- illluckBut year of 1813 had tho kick of ill fortune in It for every mothers son of us there in the north country I have ever noticed that war goes ir waves of success or failure If we had had Drown or Scott to load us that year instead of Wilkinson I believe it had had a better history Here was I In tho enemys country God knew where or how or when I should come out of It I thought of Dri and how ItI wa1ttTShim We woro so near shore if he had missed tho rocks I felt sure he would como out safely I thought of Loulson and Louise and wondered if eer I should see them again Their faces shone upon me there In the windy darkness and one as brightly as the other Atterwblle I drew my wet blouse over me and went to sleep shiv erlngIA familiar sound woke me that of the reveille The sun was shining tko sky clear the wind had gone down A crew sat calling In the tree above my head I lay In a strip of timber thin and narrow on the lake shore Through the bushes I could see the masts of the brig slanting out of water some rods away Beyond the timber was a field of corn climbing a sidehill that sloped off to a level grassy plain Beyond the hilltop reveille was still sounding A military camp was near me and al though I made no move my mind was up and busy as a cat at a mousehole looking down at my uniform not In deed tho most healthful sort of dross for that country All at once I caught fight of a scarecrow in the corn I laughed at the odd grotesquery of the tWngan old frock coat and trousers of olivegreen faded and torn and fat with straw A stake driven through Its collar Into the earth and crowned with an ancient tall hat of beaver gave It a backbone An Ilea came to me I would rob the scarecrow and hide my uniform I ran out and hauled it over and pulled the stuffing out of It The coat and trousers were made for a stouter man I drew on the latter fat tening my figure with straw to fit them That done I quickly donned the coat Each sleeveend fell to my fingertips and its girth would have circled a flour barrel and buttoned with room to spare But with my stuffing of straw it came around me as snug at the belt as the coat of a bear I took alarm as I dosed the buttons For halt- a minute I had heard a drumtap com- Ing nearer It was the measured tap tap taptaptap so familiar to me Now I could hear the tread of feet com- Ing with it back of the hill How soon they would heave In sight I was unable to reckon but I dared not run for cover So I thrust my scabbard deep In tho soft earth pulled down the big beaver hat over my face muffled my neck with straw stuck the stake in front of me to steady myself and stood stiff as any scarecrow in Canada Be fore I was done a column scarlet coated came put In the level beyond thehlllBJde ThroU bja hole In the beavjtr r could see them clearly They came on rank after rank They de Toyed forming an open square scar lotsided on the green turf the gap toward me Then came three walking stiffly in black coats a squad leading them The thing I had taken for a white visor was a blindfold Their beads were bare I could see now they were in shackles their arms behind them They were coming tp their death some of my unlucky comrades God pity them I A spy might as well make ereItope wan tDOUS i on ellhet side of the water that year As my feet sank deeper in the soft earth I felt fat If I were going down to my grave The soldiers led them Into the gap standing thorn close together backs to me The squad drew off The prisoners stood erect their farts turn lug up a little as If they were looking Into the clear blue sky I could see them waver as they stood waiting Tho sharpshooters advanced linking as they raised their rifles To my horror I saw the prisoners wore directly between me and them Great God was I also of that little company about to die But I dared not move a step I stood still watching trembling An officer in a shining helmet was speak ing to the riflemen His helmet seemed to jump and quiver Its ho moved away Those doomed figures began to reel and sway as they waited The shiny barrels lifted a little their muules point ing at them and at me Tho corn seemed to duck and tremble as it waited tho volley A great black ball shot across the sky in a long curve and began to fall Then came tho word a flash of fire a cloud of smoke a roar of rifles that made mo Jump in my tracks I heard bullets culling the corn I felt tho dirt fly up and scatter over me but was unhurt a rigid motionless man of straw I saw my countrymen reel their legs go limp as rags thou STUCK TilE STAKE IN FRONT OK MK TO STEADY MYSELF AND STOOD STIFF AS ANY SCARBCIIOW IN CANADA bodies fall silently forward The sol diers stood a moment then a squad went after the dead with Utters Form ing in fours they marched away as they had come their stepe measured by that regular rap rap rapraprap of the drum Tho last rank went out of sight I moved a little and pulled the stake and quickly stuck It again for there wore voices near I stood waiting as stiff as a poker Some men were running along the beach two others were coming through the corn They pawed within a few feet of me on each side I heard them talking with much animation They spoke of the wreck When they were all by me I faced about watching them They went away in the timber down to a rocky point where I know the wreck was visible They were nti sooner out of sight than I pulled the stake and saber and shoved the latter under my big coat Then I lifted the boaver and looked about me There was not a soul in sight From that level plain the field ran far to a thick wood mounting over the hill I moved cautiously that way for I was In the path of people who would be coming to see the wreck I got near tho edge of the distant wood and hearing a noise halted and stuck my stake and drew my hands back in the sleeves and stood like a scarecrow peering through my hat Near me In the woods I could hear the cracking of sticks and a low voice Shortly two Irishmen stuck their heads out of a bush My heart gave a leap in me for I saw they were members of my troopHello there I called In a loud voice It startled them They turned their heads to ece where the voice came from and stood motionless I pulled my stake and made for them on the run I should have known better for the sight of me would have tried the legs of the best trooper that ever aat in a saddle As they told me after ward It was enough to make a lion yelpHoly Mother said one as they broke through the bush running for their lives I knew hot their1 names but I called them as loudly as I dared They went on never stacking bate It was a bad go for I was burning for nows of Drl and tho rest of them Now I could hear some heavy animal bounding In the brush as It their run ning had startled him I went back to the corn for another stand Suddenly a horse came up near me cropping the brush I saw ho was ono off the boat for ho had bridle and saddle a rein hanging In two strings and was badly cut My friend I the sight of a horse did warm me to the toea lie got a taste of the tender corn presently and cone toward me asbente In a moment I jumped to the saddle and he went away leaping like a wild deer lie could not have been more fright ened if I had dropped on him out of the sky I never saw such energy in flesh and blood before lIe took a mighty fright as my band went to his withers but the other had a grip on the pommel and I made the stirrups I leaned for the strings of tho reign but his neck was long and I could not reach them Before I knew it we were tearing over a hill at a merry pace I can tell you I was never so put to It for the right thing to do but I duns on Thi big hat shook dove upon ray collar In alt my life I had never saw a hat so big Through tbe break In it I could seo a farmhouse In a jiffy the horse had cleared a fence and was running with the feel of terror in a dusty road I grew angry at myself as wo tore alongI know not why It was a rage of discomfort I fancy for somehow I nova felt so bounded and cluttered so op 111 the nit and out of place in my body The saber was working looso and hammering my knee the big hat was rubbing my nose the straw chafini my chin I had something under my arm that would sway and whack the vide of the horse ovary leap ho made 1 bore upon it hard as If It wore the jewel of ray soul I wondered why and what It might be In a moment the big hole of my hat came into con junction with my right eye On my word it was the stake How It came there I have never known but foe some reason I held to it I looked neither to right nor loft but sat erect one hand on the hilt of my saber the other In the mano of tho horse know- Ing j full well I was the most hideous I looking creature in tho world If 1I had como to the gate of heaven I be love St Peter would have dropped his keys Tho straw worked up and a great wad of It hung under my chin like a bushy board I would have giv en anything for a sight of myself and laughed to think of it although fac ing a deadly peril aa I knew But I was young and had no fear in me those days Would that a roan could havo his youth on his deathbed It was a loop in the dark but I wai ready to tako my chances Evidently I was nearing a village Groups of men were in the shady thoroughfare children thronged the dooryards There was every sign of a holiday As we neared them I caught my saber under my knee and drew my hands Into the long sleeves and waved them wildly whooping like an Indian They ran back to the fences with a start of fear As I passed them they cheered loudly waving their mats and roaring with laughter An old horse standing before an Inn broke leis halter and crashed over a fence A scared dog ran for his life in front of me yelping as he leaped over a stone wall Geese and turkeys flew In the air as I neared them The people had seemed to take me for some vil lage youth on a masquerade We flashed into the open country before the sound of cheering had died away On we went over a long strip of hard ton botwoen fields and off in the shade of a thIck torot My hone began to tire I tried to calm him by gentle words but I could give him no confidence In me He kept on laboring ball and breathing heavily as III were a tons weight We Mat to another clearing and fields of corn A little out of the wood and near the road was a MS house whitewashed from earth to eaves By the gate my horse want down I tumbled heavily in the road and turning caught him by the MU The big hat had shot 08 my bead the straw had fallen away A womea cane running out of the open door MM had bare feet a plump and cheery face Toonerre said she Quest n tine eelaT My countrywoman Mid I la French fooling In my uiMlerlrowBeri for a bit of silver art towing it to her I am hungry And I have no food to soil sale she Wooing It hack Yon should knew I am of FraMe and not of Hngland Come you shall kayo enough and for no price but the eating You have a tired horse Tako him to the stable and J will make you a meal To Be Csathtuedy TRULY A MODEL SERVANT WHS Somcrrhnt HanRlInu In ServUtf Table bat lied a Rood Kxcaie Miss Ida M Tarbell the writer win talking at her home in New York about servants relates the Tribune- I have been reading she sail John Forsters Life of Dickens and tho book has reminded me of the pompous Forsters body servant Hen ry Dickens described Henry tiering his last visit to America The man it seems was devoted to his master From one years end to the other he never needed a reprimand It was therefore surprising ono night when Forster was entertaining several writers at dinner to see the scrupulous Henry make error attar error lie upset a plate of soap and Forster uttered a cry of alarm Ho for sot to serve sauce for the fish and his master said Why Henry Altogether ho made the excellent dinner seam a slovenly and poor repast When at the end he had set the port and walnuts on the table Henry leaned over Forsters chair and said It a tremulous voice II Please sir can you spare me nowl My house has been on fire for U last two hours tumor Here Is a typical Japanese humor ma story A quack doctor had pro icribed the wrong meVcle for the inly son of a certain family with the- JC8u1t that the boy had died Tie parents determined to have revenge So they sued tho doctor in a court of aw The affair was eventually patched up the quack giving tho bereaved paI fonts his own son in return for theme ho had killed Not long after this the doctor heard a loud knocking at his door one night On going to the door he was informed that the wife of ont ot his neighbors was dangerously 111 and that his presence was required at once Turning to his wife ne said This requires consideration my dear There is no knowing but that It may ind in their taking you flea ml1 3iicaco Dally Nw A BEEHIVE INCUBATOR Remurkabl Discovery Which an Ob serving Ohio Apiarist Has Made Tlonry Decker of Homo 0 by re pented tests has demonstrated that a setting of eggs may be Buocosefully hatched within an ordinary beehive as the Incubator Aa more than a down eggs can be cared for at a time it Is claimed that ono hive can be mails OIUMNAHY UKEIHYJ AS INCfUATOR to do the work of right hens and also produce 100 pounds of honey annually Mr Decker who bad previously used an Incubator one day while bundling a swarm of beta obMrvod that the temperature within the hive waa simi lar to that of his Incubator His MB poaUkvi was later verified says the Scientific American by placing a thermometer In th hive and comparing the temperature with that of the In eubator Thereupon he placed SO eggfl in the upper section of Ube hivy asp aratlng them from the worKiog apart wonts of the twos by a cotton cloth Around the aWe a ouahton made from a quilt was placed and over Ute egp another euakioa MghtMn of DM tie egg were hatched BEARS GO ABERRYING Interesting Story of tbe Good Time They Had and the Lessen the Willful Bear Learned One bright an nay day la July Mss ma tear took her two tafer beers oat to pick Waekborrtea Hash hat a little basket tied about hit neck to put the berries IB- Tk berries tasted 90 Rood that UMJT did not mind the prickly briars that rtuck Ito their soft paws On the way ooh of tile IUIe boar said to his mamma 1 am sot a baby bear any longer I am a biz tar I w ICI ONK LITTLE BEAR fAN AWAT want to pick my berries all akin And away lte ran This wttimi bear MM his basket aad sat by Ute roadside to eat his her rim Ax sly black apldar let itself does from a branch and bit the br on the ear He wee so greedy eating that its Just pat up hits paw and brushed It awaySoon the spider let itself down again this time biting him on the tip of all lose The little tear jumped up quickly upsetting hs basket of ber tits and crying with pain He ran along the hot dusty road rubbing Iho stinging blto on his nose caylng and calling Mamma mamma mam maAt last be spied her alttlng In a coo shady corner of the high stone hedge with her Rood baby bear eating bee flee He ran to her and showed act the red lump on the Up of his nose Tho Mamma Dear felt sorry for her willful baby and told him to put hie brad In her lap She licked the bite until the pain was gone She gave him some of his brothers ber rice and told him that the spiders bites were his Just punishment for running away Philadelphia Press A Little Olrlr Pet Hattie Snyder Is tho daughter of Jake Snyder the keeper of the ani mals for the Central park menagerie vow York When the baby elephant was brought to tho park two years ago It wan named tattle Since that time It has been the special care of Hattto Snyder Her father has taught the jlephant many tricks which she performs at the bidding of her godmoth er to tho great entertainment of the children who visit the park This jappens only occasionally however tor the original Hattie is not Iq pub lie life but Is a New York school girl devoted to her studios How would you like a pot elephant to play with Tho FIrst Marbled Little round pebbles wero the mar Mca used by tho children of long ago It took nature thousands maybe mil lions of years to form theso marbles A modern stone marble mill can turn O a week ax rblo1ult1Dr CAME OF SKELETON BALL A Safe Llama 60 Way in the Houifr on n Rainy DIIylttake Your Own Balls On rainy days If you want to play an Indoor game of ball one that pnel lively will not cause breakaM of ciao ornaments and to play which ro qulngi two balls of your own manu facture with little trouble and at barely any COlt you could ipt loll i bitter same than the one we are now going to describe You can make the balls 01 ttiff whoa notepaper if you olioona but It wolild be better to get stiff colored paper either blue and red gold and slier or- green and yellow so that tho two balls con be in pleasing contrast m colon To make the balls fold inch sheetrof paper so that you can cut out atone tune three circles or disks m each color about three and n halt Inches In diameter If you prefer to cut each circle separately you can da so but the other way eaves tune and trouble It you have no dividers to draw the circumference property ua a pin and a string and pencil but bo sure to have the circle accurate In eaeh color mark tile circles num bare 1 S sad S and with tinea as shown In tile accompanying diagrams Now cut slits where UM lino are draws and slip circle Na 1 through UM seater slit la No 1 the SOUUM In I lae outer edge of No I hold ug heat together M that they bisect each other The croacettt la No 3 will snow that circle to Bt over aid llMct the other I S Ruse TO err Tin PAPBK two and the three drriaa will be per feet Its If the notches are sot loo small 1 You sow hue a akeletoa ball abovr tag sight etttadraau but BO Mrfaet tirtamferc yet the ball will roll well la an direction Prepare the- ascend ball la a dWereat alter la the caste way sad with two small palm faaa tied with ribbon at the handle IB color to rorreapoad with the ball one owUt for tbe came ta complete Arrange a anaral each end of the toot by placing two chare a yard apart ad la the middle of the room at eejaal dletaae from the two goal I place a chair having ruse Divide the party lobo two ridec each with I captain and you are ready to play The object IB the game explalai Good Literature to to score the great oat number of gab and a player on each aide bestu by standing blare bl boal with the ball before him on lha floor UalBR the fan he else to blow the tall BBder sod through the chair la the middle of the room When hr accnmBllehM this fce must fan It tkioaah hie oppoaeat goal sad the fret one who dim this wins the pith Theo two other opponents seieskd- by the respective captains play IB the same way The bale mat sot be touched Met are to be piled and propelled by the air from the fans After all have played the via tory belongs to the side that has be more worm to its credit A TURKISH GIRLS DEBUT Until She Is Eight She Itas Much Liberty hut After That She Dons Veil and Is Secluded Until a Turkish girl is eight years old she Is free to run about and play the same as her brother After thaLItlmo she U regarded a1 a gr01lUupIShe Icvoa school and puts on a veil She tl forbidden to run about No man except her father or husband Is allowed to look upon per face and she i le not permitted to go Into her fathers part of the house Her parents begin to arrange folIher rTlasolhe ass nothing to say In the matter She must bo married by the tlmo she Is 11 and her husband will probably Ee about 17 In Turkey an unmarried man or woman Is unknown Such a stato le looked upon When as disgracefulimonies last a week The wedding dross is a most gorgeous affair often costing 11000 being embroidered In i gold and pearls The prettiest of the coremonl takes place evening when the girl friends of oneIyouthful bride entertain her Each take a lighted candle forming a procotolon with the bride at leader march about the ground among the flower bids through the trees All ere la bright colored dresses tholr hair hang over their shoulders Songs aro aunts iwoet musical chants are heard hail the scene suggests nothing so much as a bit out of fairyland Itself A Legend Concerning Tea A Chineee prince was called upon to teach the existence of a God Ho took a vow that he would never sleep or eat until be converted his people Be ins very faint he ate of a herb and was so stimulated from It that ho found hit required no effort to keep from sleeping Ho wag the first to steep It In water and although ho failed in his mission we have because Qt him our knowledge of tea aa aj I l J I IBereaTeachers IttClub AimuKi AM iitrt fYl ItItLlCAtmH TV a u ivtn IIKRW RT i tIIIfIMIrI IIIIItIJIIII 1AtousB WASH Sept 20 1005 Dour II T C JIumlKirs I have seen tunny interesting things since I lust saw von sturtwl for great NorUnvofltfeopt 1J from London Ky I oniiio through Illinois MiHHoiirlNebnmkti WyomiiiK Mon hum and Idaho before I nmchml how Thtt grent plains uro bonutiful with their honls of onltlo and UK cowboys after them A eowlxiyd hut is 11 Juno ly looking place some of them lire half down iu the ground and cover ed with Mirthn with gm growingoii Lilt roofThen I winio to tho Rookies with their nnowcmps nnd rilggwl sidrs In some places where tho rocks Itrlt near the road I could not see thu tolof them us we passed Wt cnuio over trustliw nlwut two hundred ffft high That is some higher than the tower of Keren Chapel WII ciime through tho Indian flL nervations in Moutnna nUll mw tin Indians ufter their horsed mid around their huts souio of their IIOUSM were wigunms Atonostation IWOWIUHWH win driving n wngou Wo wuvod our liaiidkerohiefs ut some of them and ono or two returned the white After all that long Journoy I nin hen living within two milus of the town of 1aloui und touching school n mill nud a quarter from homo Sonw of us tMiohufH nro uol troublml much with scholars There ure only llfUnH in my district Sohoolho is s ort furtirsluKl ntcoly hare overythlng you need suoh as broom CTHJOIW rruHfrn wnlorjmil otip lowote wash JIll II mirror nnd comb The rxmw have blinds and wirtniiiR to the tviiiduw- nTraohing hera Is much cosier limn in Kintitoky I will bo ghul to mvet any of Lilt D T C moinbora who take a noUorfla uome- VilliloviMrtidlxnKtuUhc fur all Ikrea studeiitd ami U TC mt mlM re NANNIK AUKIXS Notn K Mlixra Mary and Lnplln Ilttskiim lain Ixxm in IU rwi for H few days iaitiii frw iHbt MIM Mary 1M the liuiblicHn uoniiiiMt fur County Stbuul HUItrilltitkJ1 ill JIIi niunty Wto wHiKrHtiilHtf llw uu inty iiK u tlidr KINK Hclioii prosjJli for till next fnr yettm MiM Ii14IlItlr wa in town over Sunday Slti njKHtH JellId 1It10 rt t in her nclu ol in Knokciwlle tllIl Tin TendM n AwticiatU of Cli max was wellatlHiidwl Tlienewl of the IHHIXO for an nlt ctinH in tlw wen- illJ RUMCIC1IiOfHI hurry in dilotillJ- lr the prugrammi hut quit an in Itnoting inivliiig WHS ImftMi HUr I vis ntld Mr SeAlur Ilrm VilKgo wvn prow nt us wern also Mr L B TupiH r of the Citiwn nnd Mf1I Tupper Tilt liftskil dinner wns Hlmred in oonvt ni tit in ks all over the country linnlle Irorrrli tin Watuvn- UMAHMC VtmiRa oaiwta vw anM An lh tfenlo In mar itrv L BHHV1A- Mn hoM Q man IIHmI aN tllAM when tl rlcht To hMr thy wlfo ami mind h Jet iiM- kllht Of all her eouftwi be w 0er w brightl A rUK AH NMM- 0tnio hl mother tlen a MPPMWHH M b A pretty ilnrrtnir t UU and Oalnlr and car tretk Didnt Work A new soprnuo was needed to Oil a voiunry In the church choir nnd them were a lot of applicants Rah chose tier own music tho Idua boltig to allow the candidates to show off to oat ad vantage One young woman sang n pltHe which began Turn rue not away Silo was turned away not withstanding Buy Hair atAuction At any rate you seem to be gelling rid of it on auctionsale principles going going goneI Stop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It checksFalllng hair and always restores color to gray halt A splendid dressing also Sold for over sixty years H urn out 10 btdlr I nearly loot U all 111balr bd 10 much almnl llalr Vlfoi I tliouKbt I would IT U a Irtil I dl o and It opltI ilopptd lh falllnt tnd mad tar rrnw f I rauldlr MA1IY U KIKLH Ua oXao by l JO Co Ixjw II M 4JIAlao maDufMturtra of liers SARSAPARILU riLls cncm PEOOWL I King Edward and I Ftm In England How Art You LIHU Chip T Won dcrful Ticl 1 Cal BllaiISovartlJn lUcturil nd lk Cloc AlarmIMAKSIIALL In I10 iki IIHH it Htittll r UlUtl CflU INS t TI tf- Utittllt CMI I Mutlitll P W3J I nil klllWl woro I all tOmllttlmt n ttit Milnl nnil Inrtful Koiitleniun who rwontly UHcciul fd the Hrlttah throne It would bo n tlnink less job to start it cow republic any wliore Iorsoimlly I hnvc strong Kroumls for this opinion for I bnd tlio ploaaure of uiettliiR liU maj esty ninny times while lie wnH Irlnco of Wales and thesa mwtlnKM wore duo tmtlnly to Ills kimlnom of niituro nnd Kinierttlljr wore of hili own Jiiltlutlvo 1 dont Imagine bo knew It but the Irlnco of Wales once lifted me out of OB uncomfortable n flx us I over Jot Into In Ixinlou lite Anolnut nnd lion ornble nrtlllory ItoHtoufl swell mili tary organisation visited HtiKtund In 1800 nw KiiefetB of tbe Anelotitu nnd Ilonorablcs of Ijinloti who entertain ed them liaiHlwoiHolj nnd Imil tliom jiro HOHtud to her majwty the uet n The GrlllltInumber The specUtoJo WHS brilliant In the extreme nine out of oviry tun mon pruAout brtiiR In full dress uniform The entire nMoniblflKo wan gathered Informally In ttro IOIIR glittering town nwtUUwjr the Irlnco of Walw who was ahvaytt the Mtil of fiuuelimllty I IMH HMMjr nrnimliitnncM in the two IUllongiUK OMO WJ18- 1ft cmimitloiuil vrralng draw alH1 ball a tiny Aiiwlraii llag pinned to the j lapel of my rout How Ate You Little Chap Tin mauler of mvwotitag whose I manuoroMaii more roMeqiwotliil titan tbat of auj ilUtlpirutaltMl penou In tin room M 11 aimofwl that nny elr Ilitm WIT 10ft8fH1 aiMl he dkt lite ut HHHt to ni anite IHIII from the Bol 41m I hml Ute mUfortwe to IMJCOIBU- bin liHr unlrr VheiHfTrr In foutHl me amourf the uillltary II1 ktt Jftltlr but pffrwlitwitly I MreM t w away but wo ettfIIUI tiki lwttJeit 0111 811 11Ir etkHt ttaui I 11frttJ from another ami between two paiw of i grly appareled i toMInr h g to I made the poor M tow IMHVOIU ami fwwy to the verge of dlitrarilim Rsaitly at 8 eVIeck the Prince o Walt WM announced ami every one earne to attwitlou He entered with the genial HiuHe which waR an luncpa rablf part of him and hook hnndt wtth the American initiator nnd other dNtnltarloa Soeu he spied me mineI arroM the room greeted me very kindly ami MM How are yon Mttle obnpr Very well thank you sir Ire plied I am to hear you tomorrow night at I UH Duke of DevoimulroH I under fttattd be continued Wont you give us that uiatliertUktw pantomime of yoyntTCortnlnly sir I answered An the prtiteu loft me nnd ascended the stairs I BMW the mauler of cvraiuonlm who tail wltiiiwHcil the mooting was vta- tttly dtoturbed Soon ho literally hov- ored about me nnd dlsplnyetl a tlzed- nnd eonrlllntory luilto The iU 5ts1- J M UI to follow the prince nUll as hay passed up the elnlrs many of thorn greotcil me Bonator Dcpcw remarked Uello Mtti liull how are youT- llmt dear old gentleman BUll ling lUhIdol John I Tooh pnsswl blinked merrily at mo and said Glad to Sloe you again Marshall How ore our Army Celebrity jAnIbo master of ceremonies to on Kngllsh otilcer and aokcd with an ncgrlcved tone In bin voice e- Who Is this Utile chap anyway Everybody seems to know him Till oltlcir did not chance to know me but an ICiittltah scrgoitnt who was of tlio ndeudant Kuanl and was willing to Impart Information said Ho be longs to the Amcrloun nruiy HOn a uinrKhnl The great functionary Im mediately recnnliMl me with profound n sjt pt not unmlxe with wonder ut the modoMty of great American sol tllim for an ollleer of my Biipposedly uxultixl rank wan entitled to follow closo behind hU royal lilgBucaa Tact of King Edward King Kdwnnl has wonderful tact Tills ijimllty In not reatrlvteil to pub lic purpose Ills acquaintance know Unit It la untiringly exerclseil for the beneflt of Queen Alexandra of whoso denfiuss he is never unmindful Often when I had Uie honor to entertain tho royal family and their friends It was my duty to tore tho king then Irlnco of Walos Sometimes this placed mo embarrassingly too with my batktu the greater part of the audience llut CUltOUlII consortH enjoyment waa endangered On ono occasion when he saw that tho princess wns not hearing me distinctly lie said oftly to me Mr Wilder kindly turn your face toward the prin cess A Polite Princess And her royal hlgllncfts Is n1 tactful as he The audience at a Hporiiil en tertainment given tho slmh of Iovaln In London Included the moiit distin J rliJItain the shall beside whom sat tho princess now Queen Alexandra AI Ills Persian majesty was Ignorant of tho Knglteh lnHgiMge It was not strange that he hold his programme uprtdo down This might hue occa sioned a laugh nnd caused Die shah gome mortification had not the prtu tdeftly turned her own prosnunmc Upside down and kept It so during tbe performance Croker and the Dock During one of my visits to Itichard Crokur at Wantage his wm Ilort was fond of gutting up early In tho morn ing to hunt mushrooms and In order to be awakened he would sot an alarm clock Knrly morning In Kngland and at Hint season of tho yonr WOK from 3 to 4 oclock for dawn comes much earlier than with UK Ills father did not wish him to arise so early so he would go softly Into IJorfs room and turn off tile alarm to assuro a full nights sleep for the boy Tho tact that bo could not hour the alarm wor ried Hurt so greatly tlwt ho placed the clock directly over his lioad hanging It to a string from the celling Hut reu In till position Mr Orokcr succeeded In manipulating It and he gleefully told me of It at tilt time Itotore starting from tondon for Wantage one day Mr Croker asked me to go to a furniture dealer with him lie had some purclmsos to make As we entered the place he said to me Were only halt an hour In which to CTtcli the truto lint tho way he bought fiirnlturo did not maim htm Ipito the train Ho would say pointing loa drossier How much Is tliatt Six guineas S- rGiro mo six of them Pointing to another How much la tlwt oner- in guineas air Wrtl IWTfln of tboM awl 11ft on With mirb rarid tIt even tlinnah he expended more than a tltoitNaiid dot laro and not at itnrfM itrd either tliere WHB SHipt time to catch tM train The IncklMit tliuugli lIt In Itwlf is Iwllcallve of hill iukkiM M of decision but It so utterly utNHt the dmler ac CIMUMIHN to ICuRllali WIlierHtloM tat be IJtomctocl poruilmlnn to wall until next day to prejiare an IttwiUcd bill Past Master of Sarcaim- I went ow day Into a Ixindon res taurant wtero a great many people wwe dining yet flbMlalp athitce pro railed Inatecd f Ute bun of ciwtter and laughter of a Trench or American rtwunrnnt I askwl a waller- HD M tit any an fTer UwiJi hereT- HY sir IM replied Sometttnoa we aw complaint sir lite tint natlTos to accost an Amer ican are the OCIbbf ami thoy are a never filling source of amusement to me Tiiey abound In natural wit nnd are past master of sarcann Ono of the gharpost blu I ever heard was toW about an oM cubby and ono of his younger Mtows The former was n master of whip ami rein He boasted that lie knew every toot of London ami declsrnl tlwt altlwugh hit iwd been In many tight places he Imd never failed to Oriro out smoothly One day liow ever he lost control of bis Iwrso and ran Into a young cabbys outfit Tile younger man looked ilm orer conde scendingly contemptuously and then nskisl Well An ow do JlIIII like lon dour A friend of mine once took n cab drawn by an animal which wns bony In the extreme The driver has hailed by the John of n passing ctlll with 01 snly Hill I see yer goln to ave n new ontO Oo told yor m MWv I sc yve got tho framework there The Merciful Policeman Rvvry suinmor wlimi 1 rovlalt Eng land Mine old aixuiilntanco Is sure to say Mr Wilder those stories you told lat year are awfully fuuny It has really taken him about n year to got nt tho jKilnts of tho various tales He doesnt luck appreciation of humor but he Is so accustomed to having It served In only one way that ho is IlltI dience about Now Yorks tire depart ment and Its methods Great Interest I was manifested so I ventured to toll Ilia old story of n tiro in an India rub ber factory This factory was a large tali building and when the alarm of tiro was given ono of tho employee found himself ou the tup floor with burning stairs under him Ills only chance was to jump hilt Ibo pave ment was so tar Iwlow his windows that death seemed inevitable Sudden ly he bethought himself of the clastic properties of rubber of whlcfi the room was full Could he envelop him I self with It he might jump and strike the sidewalk softly So he donned rub ber coats belts diving suits nnd every thing else bo couhl Hud until he made the serious mistake of putting on too much for when ho jumped bere bounded from till pavement again and ogalu coutlnucd to do so for five days when a merciful police otilcer cOllie along and shot tho poor fellow to save him from the awful fato of starving tq deathI About half an hour after I tojtl this veracious story one of my cudleuco came to mo and asked Mr Wilder do you think that po Itco officer was jutUfledl October Migitlnei IThe has about the usual hill month though with a litjht morn than tho usual interest Of tho short stories Ills First Day byAlox MeD Stodclart A Criminal Sqimro Deal by Joseph Kocholl liro good Stories of the character of A Cull by D P Soton Cur Uithura HhoiiUl Im droppedoul Thnl sort of lifo if it ovor oxistwl is oor now awl any resurrection of it outhIbuying a 22 rovolvor and going west to kill Injuns McCluros is nxcoptionully good Allow soriofl of papers by Clmrlte P Liiinmis oti Jioncor Tninsjiortntiou 1u Ainuriua boghifi in this issuo and nlnlOMIs8dttrd Oil in Kansas is couoltidud Tl1s may not ulTect those who nro unconccruw nlxjut tho questions in volved hilt to those who are interest cdIu oil or iu Kansas tho pnjwr isol vivid intorost Tho County Fair by lHugone Wood is inimitnblo Os probllhlJIhIteoroation is full of tho woods nijd takes nil lovers of nature with It Tlio reproductions of photographs IIftJ flno Tlio verses of Prank Par ringlou The Best 0 Year will npponl to nil Thu Nutionnl Mngnziuo s oina to IHJ filling a want not mot by tho others though it is hunt to olmrnc toriso Every one in tho family 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tries She has tine positions at her command and can pick and choose The verdict has gone forth that she Is reliable and then she neither gambles drinks nor smokes No one thinks of reproaching her It she Doesnt care to marry The term old maid has lost Its significance She travelsshe studiesshe invents Every avenue In the business world is open to her Cultivating and devel oping her will power and ambition she Is bringing out all her strength both mental and physical and overcoming her weaknesses remnants of the past Instead of looking up to men in the oldfashioned way she looks down upon them sees all their weaknesses small vanities and largo vices The modern old maid tolerates them In businsee but In her home life she will have none of them t Value of Frivolity Which is worseto be too serious or too frivolous The perpetually lively featherbrained pleasurecrazed crea ture Is almost if not quite as Irrltat ing as the deadly serious Individual saps a London writer Doth types are heavily represented just now In hotels but apropos of the accusation recent ly lodged against us that as a nation ive are becoming too frivolous one cannot help saying that we are a groat deal livelier than we were a few years ago and for this relief assuredly we have cause to be thankful In conse Quenco we are accused of having be come too frivolous It seems to me that we have Just got matters nicely balanced This Is an age when we are prepared to be cranks on thesllghtest provocation People crave for mis sions they wallow In philanthropy they pounce with avidity on new reli gions they will plunge into politics or write attacks on women society the degeneracy of the age or anything else that gives them an opportunity of airing what they call their views So surely If desipere in loco were not occasionally to be permitted to us it Is fearful to think what we should be come Our frivolity is the antidote to tho twentieth century disposition toward crankiness It really keeps us saneWhile the peace conference was in session at Portsmouth an English cor respondent animadverted upon the familiar way In which Americans re fer to the president as Teddy And yet the English set the pace for nick names When King Edward was prince of Wales he was known as Teddy Wales The lato duke of Clarence was called Collar and CurtsI also Lemonade anti Claret Lord nibblesdale was spoken 01 na OldI Rhubarb The hereditary princess of Roumanla is mentioned as Mlssln This generation has seen In a remark able fashion the results of popular ex pectation and general habits on physical development In the case of women The number of tall and strong girls now Is most striking and equally so are tho beauty and vitality of many women who are past the fiftieth birthday The report that sausage Is being adul terated will lend a good deal of encour agement to those pessimistic souls who believed that It had long ago got past that possibility Statistics show that the per capita consumption of prunes In this country is about one and onequarter pounds which Is a good deal easier for most of Mi to believe than those recurrent stories about the per capita circulation L KAISER AT CLOSE RANGE the German Emperor la a Man of Great Activity and Nerv ous EnergyiI have seen the emperor of Germany it close range several times and without hesitation I can say that he is ne of the most nervous of mortals writes Fritz Morris In Success Maga tine lie shifts from one foot to the other paces two or three steps back ward forward or sidewise shakes hands with this one speaks to that jne returns a salute always moving instantly doing and never for a moment ceasing to give pentup energy vent In one way or another lie rises sarly and is in his office arranging af fairs of state when most of the other sovereigns of tho world are still In bedthat Is to say he is customarily at work by six oclock lie finds such early habits absolutely necessary It ho is dally to accomplish the task which he sets himself for on an average be sides signing Innumerable documents every one of which he reads himself and holding countless conferences with ministers and chiefs of departments It Is estimated that be either writes himself or dictates an average of 20 letters a day It has always been a habit of the kaiser toll a what an to be done and to do it at once Even on the morning of his marriage he appeared at the bar racks at Potsdam at six oclock to give a medal to a sergeant major Ho was thin simply Prince William but to the officers who were astonished to see him at such a moment he said I am only doing my duty Later M emperor he slid It is not necessary that 1 live but It is essential that I workOnce on Ills way to catch a train and having an hour to spare he stop ped to chat with the Austrian ambas sador Suddenly he exclaimed Hor rorsl I am late Pray connect your telephone with my castle tbat I may bid mr wife goodby They called up the castle but the empress was not there Presently a car riage drove up to the embassy anu out lumped the empress Sne threw ner arms around the emperors neck kissed him repeatedly then turned to the ambassador and said I beg Austria Hungarys pardon for Interrupting state business He loves to call his children his Ittie company always takes their phc tographs with him when he travels and when he returns he always calls upon them to assemble and unpacks with his own hands a boxful of presents for the i- PEOPLE PAID TO EMIGRATE The English Government Takes This Means to Believe OverCrowded Barbadocs The Darbadoos have become so fell of people that the English government offers a cosh bonus to any inhabitant who will agree to leave the Island and stay away for the years Ordinarily the offers M but during those- months when Barbados people are least Inclined to leave their Island it is raided to 25 There le much red tape connected with this transaction First the can didate fnust pose a medical axamlna tyon fir the government will not to IeISThou there must be recommenda tions as to the character of the would be emigrant and lastly there Is tnt signing of an agreement that the mon ey will be refunded to the government in case the person returns to Barbados within five years unless he comes with a written statement from a physlclai tah tthe country he has elected Is pre judicial to his health Barbados Is principally an agricul tural country sugar cane being the chief product There are but three or four villages on the island and thshave become so overcrowded that the government lies found It necessary to adopt this means of thinning out the population The people who accept the offer are by jio means of the low class which so many European countries are glad to get rid of Thero are many nurses teachers eeanutresBGS and people of like occu pation among the emigrants In Bar bados a seamstress earns 25 cents a day and consequently the two dollars or three dollars she can earn in Now York Is in itself an Inducement for her to make the change At first she may find it hard to sat American food for in Barbados such vegetables as onions and tomatoes are ncevr eaten raw and she finds it hard to eat food prepared with cream one declaring that she believed an Amen can would not be able to cook an egg without putting a cream dressing on It But on the whole they seem Inclined to like Amrelca and as soon as lone gets settled and finds work she Is to send back forother members of the family Even Doctors Err at Times The fallibility of medical science le illustrated by tho recent report of the statistical committee for London hos pitals showing that during the last year there have been nearly 2000 cases of mistaken diagnosis and that caring for patients who ought never to have been admitted cost 60000 Springfield Republican As One Sees It What a change a woman can make to a mans life remarked the lovelorn oulhAh yes rejoined the married man with a large openfaced sigh And what an awful lot of change she equlres while doing uaChlcagc Dally News IDlfeJrrarlrtr Stith- tt iSnnh nf Nhfitcrr By SIR ROBERT ANDERSON K C B Author or MThe Silence or Cod iJ r THE whole of human knowledge there is nothing that may not be of value to the preacher There arc only two books a knowledge of which is essential to him The one is of course the Book and the other is the book of human nature And these arc precisely the books which theological colleges die tort or ignore The Bible indeed is read but it is read through colored glasses of either superstition or rationalism No one to whom it is o living book Divine and yet human absolutely Divine anti yet the most human book in the world could be uninteresting as he speaks about it And no one who has a heart full of sympathy with his fellow men in their sorrows and their joys their disappointments and their hopes their longings and their needs will ever have an inattentive audience Aud such men will not read a burialground sermon toa continuation class or preach for a month on infant baptism l They will think long and constantly before they stand up to preach but theywill think more about the pooplc titan about dogmas and books Pick up a chance companion in a railway carriage or on the road and get him to talk of something about which he is himself thoroughly interested and he will interest you And so it is with a preacher And such men will not read a manuscript to you I have listened to men like Liddon for an hour listened with intent In terest as they read their wellmatured thoughts in well chosen words And I have listened with tears in my eyes to sonic humble matt who in broken sentences spoke of his life struggles and of Divine goodness and mercy But when I hear a sermon read by some preacher who has neither genius nor sympathy I foul that I have on my shelves at home a choice of plenty that is in every tray worthier and which would be more profitable to me just because I could take it in without having my cars annoyed bya holy whines or by some faults of elocution The effect of a written sermon on a rustic congregation is pictured to the life in Tennysons Northern Fanner And the average preacher is incapable of preparing week by week sermons which from an intellectual point of view arc worthy of attention by cultured anti educated men But one touch of nature makes the whole world kin and learned and tuna pie alike have hearts which can be reached by words spoken from the heart Jttt1riuarriagr- Ftth 111 unily lItuity By REV JOSEPH SILVERMAN Jewish Rabbi marriage be tween persons of differ ent faiths destroys unity anti is therefore to be discouraged I hold tint religion is a vital insti great part in the development of man and in the happiness of individuals and It makes a difference in a man whether he has religion or not and it makes a difference in a family whether there exists relig ion in the home or not A family must be united on the question of religion To have a divided house oiiuch subjects as our belief in the Scriptures awl religious oUerranoM hilia invite disaster To have a united grouse on tide subjects is to give the family a source of strength and peace and place it upon a buffs of stability and progrr s Intermariage is furthermore to be discouraged because the unity of the family on questions of faith is of more value than mere considerations of romantic love In such a temporary state the parties thereto sometimes imagine that their feelings will be undying In that estatic condition of the mind the man seems to be a god and the woman a godde but the man is only man and the woman only woman Later tuners the highest kind of love conjugal bye in which reason cajni illliberation and good judgment hold sway Then we learn that religion ds play a very important part in life and is necessary for the happiness of the family If two who intend to marry differ in religion and if their love is only great for one another then there is only one tiling for then to tJolay aside the romantic aspect before they enter upon the important Oleic of matrimony and agree upon the religion which they will follow after they are married To my mind the intermarriage of those of different faith is a delusion and a stare I plead not for any particular religion hut I do plead for the welfare of the family group and the spiritual development of the children It has often been said that intermarriage between those of different in that manner nor am I in favor of rushing thlppfac of an Individual family for the sake of carrying ota n theory which some out may human conceptions of the Deity and lip number of intermarriages will ever change this varied aspect of htlftonh conception regarding Divine things Nor am I In favor of sacrificing any one religion for the purpose of a doubtful religious assimilation essential Steps toI International Arbitration By HON CEO W TAYLOR Member of Congress tram Alabama Inter nKMknlJ families religionsI throughit Arbitration is the vary spirit of justice I believe in it for itself I believe also in into national arbitra tion compulsory and plenary to be tunrn Istcrcd by an interna tional court But I further believe that such a court to be of benefit can only be created and established by legislative force proceeding from a regularly organized legislative body of the worlds representatives formulating the public opinion and will of all the nations and thus commanding the respect and confidences of all the people A court so or ganized can enforce its own judgments with a babys rattle One real substantial obstacle to international arbitration is lack of confidence in international law made up and interpreted as it has been in the near past I am not surprised at it International law rec ognizes war as a legal and legitimate remedy and under Us sanction nations indulge from time to time in naval demonstrations to collect debts and damages What the people want is legislative power given to the representatives of all the nations authorizing them to create and enact law for the nations and to create and establish courts to interpret and a proper power to execute them In short courts alone hay not the power to enforce their own judgments Nor does it seem wise they should have Nothing short of creative force legislation can do this VANISHING CAME BIRDS The Destruction of Prairie Chickens la Greater Than the Reproduction The general prospects this wenjgn Tor good prairie chluken shooting out jf the keenly popular upland sporia with dog and gunseem In the main to be unfavorable Undoubtedly theo are melt ureas hero and theta mete nooks In comparison to the whole van prattle habitat of the pinnated grouse which contain birds aplenty and whl ti will afford ample altar for tlllI favored low wise have access to them but f r tho hundreds of chicken shtolers who take theIr chances without prelimi nary Investigation much failure nut disappointment are In store toys Par rot and Stream The reports from many of the prai rte districts where the pinnated grouse In times pat wore In abundance or At least plentiful enough to afford good sport Indicate an unusual scarcity Undoubtedly tho destruction of the pinnated grouse la greater than 13 production The decrease In Its numbers seems to be steadily progressive with the passing vcar The area of the habitat of species alto Is gradually diminishing though this Is not manifested by tho entire and sudden extet inlnation of the chickens In a certain fcctlon nor their sudden abandonment ofItTh change from abundaSco to dearth cornea about gradually Sonic sections In former years which off011 xl sport for woke ln later soars at ford sport tar days only From abundance the supply becomes meager Ofo ontlmce the change from plenty fa poverty the lamentable results of ox elimination or rtbandoned habitat efs not noticed by the sportsman till hi Is confronted with the fact when dlll eit icckng for sport afleld with dog ant gun onto In failure The enormous decrease in the nuns bers nud the decreasing habitat of the prairie chicken are not realised by tin younger sportsmen of the pro nt Unit Nor do the older sponMMM realist it by any comparisons of more roc nt years A somparlson of uraxeat eondU None concerning chicken shootlg with those whWi obtained II or JO snare aye will brine tote eoMpicttoiw itlkt the progro8hr decrease which IBS resulted In the scarcity of tIM lucent years aye the habitat of the intlrk chicken tMgtniileg In woate n OHiU ta and Texas iUmlnc through the prairie region of tile wW dto south and west tar op late IlrttIt America and plmttaJty sCMkud wift ckkkoM WM far In evens of ttI prairie rblekm bMUt of tile pnwml Ptaiiifiil as were the bird then they ooonl jd a tettsmd habitat and wr rat teats In Htimiwr this they we wWH AudMbo 011 a vlAlt to Kentucky wtwte of they as brine so overplenH fHl there anJ stractiTft to crops tbt they were little short of being a psi CAVE HIM A STRAIGHT TIP Wouldnt Kiwek Ibis Head OK lInt Sfe Wetted TJt It Off An other Way I a the days who lion Tip Aplln flfnred must prosotBeatly in polities fo had a eonatenattce that jouM hefts good ltowshlp from every fnatnre his eyes being an expressive as a writ uw pago It took a whole hx to disturb his good store kit when site alteration went far enough to mike him feel aggrtaatve he was sot the man one would look nronnd fer ui hive sport with says the Detroit Peso PrM When he was fleet elated for post- Master In West Day City be was opposed by one of these narrowminded narrow huuldered and so generally a contracted specimen ef humanity shoot he helped the Darwinian theory with lit being conscious of the feat Tip took It all laughingly until tnt Impertinent shrimp began to circulate such scandals as Identified the earning postmaster with horse thieves smuggler and all the rest of tho more desperate elegies of criminals No decent man could endure this an- drip classes octaves above those who merely manage to be decent lit tem per asserted omit Hi topped nil generally narrow enemy on the stress It was not In Tip to whip a man half his elz but an abutted man is privileged to pcak out lie called his enemy a few names that would re quire explanation from no one ac quainted with the Hngliih language and then warned him that he would be rondo to think that the world was coming to uu end It he did not behave himself Knock my head off 1 suppose sneered the shrimp That miniature head 7 No Id pinch It off Peculiarity of Women Whon site la In Bngland the feminine Australian despise and rejects Austral It Is not to With till American women or the Canadian Thoy are It In true possessed of a mania of admiration for all old things and make ox lravoganty enthusiastic pllgrimaces to such shines OK the Fleet street tavern where Dr Johnson If reported to have bout his elbow to 8tratfonlonAvon or Windsor castle but run down any part of the American continent and be edified by the fine way In which they bite your head off t Sydney Aus tralia Bulletin A Bridal Bit A loin of mutton was on tho table and a gentleman opposite took the carving knife In hand Shall I out It iaddlewlser said he You had better cut It bridlewise said his friend for then we shall stand a hotter ohnncb of getting a bit la ot souths Judose TIn INEVITABLE I The man with a taste of husks must associate with hog- sTOBACco The Law In Japan Which Protect Pomona Under Twenty Years of Age front the Weed We are told that In Japan a flue It Im posed ou dealers who sell tobanon lo persons under 20 years of ago and also upon parents or guardians who penult their children tinder 20 to use It Those Japs are bound to be heard from In peace as well as In war They have many genuine virtues of which appar ently more favored nations cannot boast It Is to be hoped that their law of holding parents responsible far the tobacco habit of their children will to transplanted to this country We wont to Australia for a olvlltaed- ballot system why not go to Japan tw learn how lo tare our boys from UK nurse of tobacco asks an axohsnav American youths arc today golnpdown before this filthy and abominably harm ful weed like stubble before the plowshare And tho worst of It Id wo abet and aid In the destruction If not ac lively then at least quietly toed by oar silence There Is scarcely a boy of u years today who dOffS not know of Ike harm he does himself In the use of to bacco lie has been taught the truth ho has attended any public school In IfIland In the last ton years Yet W to have the habit growing rather than abating This Is to be attributed mainly to the easy accaw the young of the day have to the stuff It Is In their sight ai every mm fur revenue only They begin this Me of It most frequently through the Influence of others and the key begin to buy It because it In on rate at some pad fellows store Soon habit has Us fangs sank Into them end they have no will to resist It tlo mil Into the streets of our city any Imlllwhen Ute people are moving In rn wo stiller doing shelf shopping or In nearvn of pleasure count the men and boy of all ages else and coadlitomi with heie st an actlvfBntnkestttfk la operation In their faces or whoa breaths do nut- smell IIkea old Virginia doing bows and you will be asUonUlitxl If In no wore fram If wind If boys will not pmctlre what Sissy know iu be tot their Itt lni0rM awl It dealers wln- sell to them against the coodwnimiioii of their own mns if noM glee us the taw of the Jap How Drink Habits Are Acquired The dismal life htetorles of ome is Male sad female prinon nart given la a report tas ed by the prison commlesion ere of Scotland aid a conniption I drawn In then between drunkenss- and crime Drinking habits existed t- aU hot three coca often the prhorII came of drinking famlllMi lint ch antwers given by the prlsosen to the queMton of Why and when they took to drink have special iHterwt Th male prisoners had usually got Into thi habit when torts of 11 or IT doubter regarding It as a proof of manhood and Independence It ls noteworthy how many of theee prisoners s ttt d that thy bad attended Sunday chool and Mushy evident that any InttHence It tray have exercised over them ceased at the age H was most needed The women bad not as a rule begun to drink so young ss he men Soon after marring wan the answer given by many too often in cot pany with thlor husbands and sometimes with neighbors Other had not acquired the habit till rotten later in life and widows frequently explained that they only began drinking on the death of their husbands through grief Temperance No Moral Excuse for Saloon There never was IK now nor ever can bo a moral excuse for a natom Intoxicating liquor corrupts the mor ale ruins the character and destroy the reason of Its victims It further more doMlvtm pauperises and darns The truo servant of flail cannot dare not will not compromise In any way with this monstrous evil Jt is the enemy of the home the state and the church and every enlightened Christian Is the enemy of the saloon Brother you cannot countenance the saloon without betraying the cause On which side Is your Influence Think of It 1ray over It Follow di rections Herald of Truth How the Saloon Pays Mark Twain says a man bough a pig for 150 and fed it f40 worth of ors and then sold the hog tor nine dollars He lost money on the corn but wade 760 on the hog That Illustrate the condition of tho saloons The satoonn breed vice poverty disease and crime It costs taxpayers thousands of dollars annually to prosecute the criminate and paupers but they are making money from license fees on the saloons thai breed the criminals anti paupers A business man that would niche such An Investment as that would be oenslderad i financial Idiot PatrlotlhaJanx Degenerate Parents The way to remove the evil of dlrfti crate children la 19 quit niakjng degen crate parents thnugh the rum traffic Ji1iExtracts from a Paper Bead by J C Duncan Before Pennsylvania Live Stock Association Exttacta from paper red br J C Duncan before the Pennsylvania Live stock association Tho title of this subject embraces a wldo latitude of questions Every breeder Interested In any of the Im proved mutton or fine wool breeds will advocate the breed ho Is directly Intcrcrtcd In as being the most profit able sheep And this must be concede ed to a certain extent as certainly no breeder of tho present day would en gage In and continue In breeding a sheer that was unprofitable to him ay a business So we will not take up the point of which Is tho most profitable breed but for a moment discuss the profitable sheep In my experience of feeding both cattle and sheep I have always found I coulu produce mutton much cheaper than I could produce beef for tho amount of food ronsumvd Notwlth TyrwtIIUlr IJlJUJ RAlr standing this fart high clash lamb and mutton usually sells at A higher market value than beef of the same grade But allowing them to sell for the same price per pound we have mill a handsome balance In favor of the profitable sheep from the revenue Item the fleece of wool which usually amounts to from Iwo to three dollars per 1cad In the average mutton breeds kept on the farm principally for LutrH ers lamia and coiwItlorltiR tit very lreIthaHcredit to the profitable fthtep It i on allImportant fact In every branch of Industry to consMrr the source of Income and as related above sbrfp usually afford two annual Ir tone namely lambs and wool lint to keep in touch with our subject the pinflublr beep we might Nest cop rider It in II pun bred standard sock the protMijr of which In usually sold to peal brxdgr and farJners who wfcki a builneee of producing butch ers Ittce- pnullo mall a profitable sheep wa ttiisi do leer than vet II sheep of w parlor brntdftlC ami cnRMltttUOOKl rlx ot In ronJOMtloM with Ike above It roast t s pre Mty mrexl for froir birth unlit It Is either sold ns a sire to head i pure brml flock or to the butcher frr rontMutplten ns rheaTke rare of that inloMl ebouhl be jo that It Is do vf loMNl In de rapid n way as nature has roYl le l lu nnjer Uiat the deve- loptarnl mny be done with HM talipossum waste Tills meaad the mat neutrons and judkkMis fatdlng and rare carried out In every part of thr systemAs breeder of experience knows with insufficient feeding and poor care a flock will very soon loose their vise and drgonirate So that the more rapid growth means not only abet onethird less cost In tho prodiictlnn of our animals but animals produced 11 this nay are produced at a lose cost for feed and are generally worth more pound tot r und on the market The even healthy rapid develop ment of the young animals Is tho great thing to be sought for In profltnhio sheep as in every other claw of livestock tolling which Is In fit animals for the mneumor of moat foods of the prteent day It Is the lender Juicy hlRhflavorett mutton that tempts the appetite and fills our dcetrei for that class of foul so that the matter of farly maturity U of he utmost Impor lance In ho production or hlghrn 111 i rtwit to make the pmninhle sheen Thate are some of the thliiKS we hioat boar In mind In the production Of high olass animate for consumption ns moat The question will now arise wllllt pay the average farmer and breeder of this daw nf stock U line been my experience both In breeding high claw purebrwl sheep also In growing shop In n mmmerclal way that the beat 1 could produce was always th + most prontnlilp Sheep The market Is good for meritorious animas lnI01 In breeding rocks or In ctwo or and imrtton to supply hotels or In our large citl s whom 1the ilowniiil U far in excess or the j her IK no animal on the rarm 10 fa iMi will give WB more clear meat rrIr nniounl of food consumed anl the vork required to take taro of I than Itie hp Prevention Prevention of disease of animals Is one of the greatest problems our livestock Industry will sumo day be com pelled to face For the Individual how ever It la a simple problem and 110 good business men would hesitate ns to the best course to pursue BlaiJi rot In grapes oh You should lave tyroyod with tho Bordeaux mix Lure Tile bast way to get rid of old sheep It to fatten and sell to the butchers I I I FARMS RUNNING DOWN Why In Some Cases the WellHep Places of the Fathers Have Suffered Decline AllY observant man who drives through a long settled farming district cannot fall to note that old farms that were once beautiful In every way are beginning to look desolate and untidy The writer could name districts lu which this Is notably the case and in every one of them the reason is that the young folk fall to take n proptr Interest in tbe old homestead and In the best methods of farming and tidiness One of them spoken to about the lack of care manifest upon every hand said There Isnt a dollar to me In mere tidiness My time Is wholly devoted to necessary work an that means money This may be true In a sense but It is wrong la principle and when tho titan cornea to sell a farm tidiness cflwits ns nlso It does when strangers desk tu learn the character and business standing of a man The old settlers of many of tho fine farms of th4 country como from tho oast or from foreign countries whore tidiness rules In farm management They were so proud of their newly gained homes that they hopt thorn up In fine style for they had been renters before or too poor even to rent a farm In tho old country Hero boys and girls grew up and were educated bettor than their parents and quickly acquired new and expensive Ideas and habits There young folk now run the old farms or have rented liter out and gone to work In the oljcJ The result Is de plorable The rid farms are growing old in every sCdse of the word ThY houfci bo improving In every way bu Instead tho fences and buildings era going to rack and ruin the treee rj quire trimming tho field have become Impoverished There Ja In uliori every sign of shlfllesenoss and sloven II naw about the old places und the pioneer owners would be sorry Indentl couiil they see the sate of decay Into which their old homes liavo fallen It is time to retovate thoae line od places remarks the Farmeis Review Theta are associations about them tbat should be door to the children of the former owners They should Ir koiH up qot merely for the sake of tit dollw lint for appearances and send tnnnt snit we content that a farmer tidy by nature and In practice Is sue eoMfal In farming to advantage aid Hill find profit In all that he roes for the beautlOealian as welt as enrich bent of the farm CORN SHOCK TIER Simple n nleHntfe Devise Which Win Help Draw the Smiles Te fether Until Band Is On With core cutting lime say devUM to aid In the work la worth consider lVt I hive a homemade device for tylac corn shocks which I have used CORN SHOCK TIKR several years satlsfarutrlly writes a- cnrreapndent of the Ohio Itirmer 11 ooni U of abloek of woed A 1ttx 8 Iqthet throutsji which U out an obldug hole D entered from square end of block by flYe elhthuch hole for Insertion of rope lllock has tapered slot C sawed in other end End of hole D is round und smooth next to the slot Rope D D Is ball inch and as long as desired When rope la around shock with end passu I through hole D the rounded und of halo serving as a pulley shock can te drawn tight and rope pressed snug in slot C holds it till band Is on FARM HINTS Fear sight tlostroya the value of fore lht Have you given your wife n cbonoe to ndnflre your skill with the whitewash and pain brush cadet a proper system of agriculture thtre ta no danger of exhausting the fertility of our farms KaruiOra1 Ho view Did you ever mow the potato vines an3 burn them when blightappeared What happened A now vine which Is easier to spray Rural New Yqrker A blue grass pasture under lilt lll glint management grows hotter as the years gcf by When once established It is too valuable to break up Bettor give It n top dreeaing than try to re seed It unless it Is very poor Farm and Hnmc Oats After Legumes Oats are especially grown after lagumtnous cropsIn many soils It would pay to sow sitme seoaji of poilJiearlng plant early in the fall hqd allow the crop to make a con siderable growth before being plowo under Those outs would be particularly benefited If the vetch or other pod bearing ct op has been innociilated with hltrogen reducing bacteria If ho field has rot piovlously been In some pod bearIng crop The Hay Sling- A reader In Ohio sums up the hay may cbfjiery question as follows You do right In advocating the hay loader and hay fork but you dont say a word In fno of tho hay sling With the loader and slim you can bo Independent of poor help providing your wife Is wllllue to drive the horses It Is Cruel It Is little loss than cruelty to animal to take lambs from sheep and not strip too ewes out for a day ort WQ afterward Dont neglect to do It If you Lava any retard for the wellbctnc of your flock Returning from- Captivity Sunday School Lesson for Oct 15 1905 SpeeUIly Prepared for Thli Paper LESSON TEXTEzra 1111 Memory Verses S 8- OOLDGNTEXTThe Lord hath done great things for us whereof we are glad H Psalm 1M 1 TIME According to Prof Beecher It Will In II C 538 soon after the conquest of Unbylon by Cyrus Compare Daniel 91 with 101 It was TO years after the first deportation of exiles by Ktbuebadncxia- rILACBCapltal of the Persian King dom either llabylon or Ecbatana and also Jerusalem to which the exile returned SCUIITUnE KEFBnENCESlsalah chaps 40W Ezekiel and Jeremiah chaps 2t215 2933 to tell of the return from captiv ity The return as recorded In Ezra und NeI hemlah Comment and Suggestive Thought INTRODUCTORY Even before the beginning of the exile when It was only threatened there was Joined with the warning a promise of restora tion See Isa 10 and 11 Assyria the oppressor should bo deStroyed like a cedar though It towered like the huge cedars of Lebanon lsn 101219 24 33 34 comp Ezek 31311 Isaiah again and again prophesies tho Return chapters 4060 and even names Cyrus as the one through whom it should come Through Ezekiel come promises of the new heart which would render the return morally posy sible Ezek 11 and 36 He pictures the valley of dry bones symbolizing the condition of Israel In captivity again coming to life In the return Ezok 37 See Eiok 20 33 34 The whole of Ezekiel as of Isaiah Is an effort through threats and denuncla tlons of sin through appeals to do bet ter through promises and visions of hope to make the people return splr itually to God that they might return In visible reality And ho foretells how the nations were so controlled that a restoration of the Jews would be possible Jeremiah making tho same appeal goes farther and points out the time when the return can be made 70 years after the captivity Jer 2612 2910 V 1 In the first year of Cyrus king of Persia Not his first year as king of Panda til C 846 but sillier as conqueror of Babylon 688 or the first year of his personal rule at Babylon after his other conquests MO The word of the Lord by Jeremiah 612 J010 promising that he would bring about a return from captivity after TO years The Lord Jehovah stirred up the spirit of Cyrun It is quite pos l ble It te even Implied In the narrative tore that DBfflol or some prominent Jew called the attention of CyrtM to tits prophecy In Jtranlah and etpo daily the remarkable prophesy In lie- 442s28 411 V 1 Thus saJb Cyrus It Is probable that the author hate gives the substance of the proclamation and not the full official document Ho bath charged me Ho accepted the nropheelog as a charge from the God of tile Jews V 3 Who Is there among you The return was to bo a volunteer movement which In all respects was the boat bath for the purpose of Cyrus and for the now Jewish settlement The God of Israel which Is In Jerusalem As the chief seal of his worship V4 And whosoever remalneth R V Is left of the captives survives Connect In any place whore he so Journoth without a comma with let the men of his place his heathen neighbors help blrn with sliver etc give him funds for his journey and the freewill offering In aid of the tern ple V 6 Then rote up the chief of the fathers The Return described In todays lesson was under Zerub babel a prince of tho royal line of David called the Tlrshatha or Pasha Ezra 203 and under Joshua the hereditary high priest Euro 38 Those were among the chief of tho fathers and tho priests V G And all they that wore about thom Their heathen neighbors and friends as In Egypt at the time of the exodusV Cyrus the king brought forth the vassals of too house of the Lord NebuohmlncaKar little thought that he was unconsciously preserving the sacred vessels of Israel In a safe and inviolable stronghold till the day when Jehovah would bring about their restoration to Ills people V 8 Uy the hand of Mlthreilath given by or dedicated to Mlthra the sungod lIe hind these treasures lu his charge Sheshbaizar fire worshiper The Persian name of Zerubbabol born In Babylon 11 All tho vessels wore five thousand and four hundred This Is more titan double the sum of the preceding number 2439 It Is probable that only the larger or more costly Vessels were numbered in detail and the 6400 Includes a great number of smaller and lees costly ones So they are reckoned by Jo Boplma Ant Jud 111I- llustrative Points This U n picture of Gods discipline of Ills people Ho does not love to afflict Ills children He gives bitter medicines In order to bring back health His afflictions are to purify tho heart to ennoble the character to break the power of sin Note that It Is a sign of Gods favor to have trials If ye ondvm chastening God dealcth with you as with sons Heb 127 The devil desires to winnow Peter not Judas The thief does not break Into an empty cottage but Into somerfurnl hed house or full granaryAdams He Knew His Trade Madam said the tramp as a mid dleaged lady cane to the door in response to his knock would you give a poor old man a bite to eaU Why replied the lady you are certalply able to earn a living Yon dont look every old woks are often deceitful lady answered the wanderer Im old enough to be your grandfather A moment later bq was seated in the kitchen and nothing she had In the larder was too good for him Stray Stories Model Saloonkeeper Sam Hey a saloonkeeper who had kept a place in Bradford England and died the other day would give workmen only one drink on pay day till they had been home Ho used to say You must go home and give your wife your wages You may then some hack and have another drink when you have washed yourself and brushed up The English workman does not clean up before leaving his workshop Wooden Shoes from Holland Adam Clephas lately received through the custom house officers 100 pairs of wooden shoes Imported here from Rot terdam Mr Clephas receives three or four similar shipments each year llnd Ing a ready sale for the wooden shoes among German truck gardeners and oth ers It Is claimed they are on excellent shoo to keep the feet dry and easy on the wearer Louisville Herald Czars Investments The czar of Russia It IB said has I2COOOOOO Invested In English securl ties and It Is also declared that he would In an extreme crisis fly and live In England aa other troubled mon archs have done before him Then he has a second string to his bow In AmerIcanrails Too Many Applicants The government of Quebec Is finding itself embarrassed by a law entitling the parent of 12 living legitimate chil dren to a hundred acre of crown appllcantahadanother 1000 have applied and every month brings In from 100 to 200 ap plicants Low Down In baton the other day a young law yet who spends most of his time trying to geem busy and prosperous went out for awhile leaving on his door a card Matty marked Will be back In an hour On his return he found that some envious rival had inscribed under usalh What tort Stronger Titan Gibraltar A Russian writer says that Yohofiu moreetNbJyfortMcattons were built under the su pervision of German military engin sees while American and Rngliih ex parts built the signal aid submarine mine systems Flying Machine A San Francisco professor has In vented a lying machine which exports declare alights as softly as a feather and te under complete control It resemble a bird and has eight wings which the operator directs with his hands and feet Swell Apartment- One room at Tsarkoe the wars palace near St Petersburg has walls of lapis latull mid a floor of ebony Inlaid with motber df pearl Another has walls of carved amber and the walls of a third we laid thick with beaten gold =MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct G CATTLE Common 52 60 fij 3 CO steers 4 05 fip 4 8- 5CALV1sSExtra HOGS Ch packers 5 CO 18 C5 00 Mixed paokOrs 5 35 GO SHEBP Extra 4 05 p 4 75- LAMBSExtra 7 40 50 FLOUR Spring pat 5 25 17 GO WHEAT No 2 red 88 89 No3 rod SGII CORNNo 2 mixed GtH1 5- 071hOATSNo2RYENo2 C8 70 HAY Ch timothy iPt3oo- PORKClear moss q1C CO LARD Steam J Ii 95 BUTTER Ch dairy t 15 Choice creamery W 23 APPLES Choice 3 00 400 POTATOESPer bbl 1 DO 1 75 TOUAeOO New 5 00 f13 Ou Old 4 DO 14 75 Chicago FLOUH Winter nat 5 10 Qp 5 20 1VI11ATNo 2 red 831x 84- Not3 red tIk 84f- jCORNNn 2 inlxod 5117 51 No 2 mixed ttUYIPORK =Mess 15 00 15 70 LARD Steam r 7 New YcraiI FLOOR Win stlU 4 00 v 4 20 WHBAT No 2 rod Gp 88 CORNNo 2 mlxod 69 OATS No 2 mixed 32i say RYES Woetorn 72 PORK Mass 17 AO 18 00 LARDSteam p 7 05 dalttmore WHEAT No 2 rod Ga 83yy CORNNo2 mixed fl 57ft CAiiLlSteers 4 00 4 50 SHEEPNo1 250 J 3 00 Louisville WHEATNo 2 sa- CORNNo 2 rel1i 57 OATSNo 2 29 PORK Mess U GO LARD Sieam W 7 25 indianaooils WHEAT No 2 red 8G CORN No 2 mixed j W4 OATSNo a mixed U1 27 v7 elIKyJIf OUT FLOWERS t DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PIANTS IrA I +oo+o+o+o+o+oo+o +o +o+o+o +o+o+o ho+o +o +od od od o +o oo I THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o Is heron and overy housewife wants one or mote o pieces of now 9 cFURNITUlU CARPET or MATTING + Ie Take a Look Through Our Stockus+0 twill surprise you how well and how reasonably no can 1- Q supply your wants + Ie IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD Now Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines o + 25T30 and T35 worth S50 tOO and t6J J f 0CRUTCHERo Jo ln Old SUml ttlcbmoad Kr Day Phone 72NitbtPbete47 tb + o+oFo +o+o+o+010 +o +o+o +110+o+o+o+o+o+010 +o+o+040 +O+o1 Carriage Satisfaction Here carriages invariably give We repaint repair and retiro Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond ICy C Roller Mills HIIIII IiI 1sIe1 Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will bs hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON ii another Kiccllcnt Flour I4II tlM Potts Whlta Station Ky 1 1111 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Daily Leave Boron3Id H m- ArrivelVchmond415 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m- ArrhvoCineionati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Beren32 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris3130p m Arrive CincinnatiJO p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave R rea111 pm Arrive Knoxvillc810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Ber a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m 3esrryPumId Knoxville In lath direction Trelni num ben 1 and 4 carry 1iillrasti voUbnlcd Sleeping fir n t noaclieii between Cliicfmutl and Knox vlllo in loth direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In effect April 16 1905 EAST BOUVD No 1 NIl 3 No II Vwnllkn 101ft a m 6tJii m NlehohiMrfllo 1100 Vnltey View JISI 7W lt1ehclIIF rllM S1U- ItteliiNOml Iv 291 m 6 SO a m Irvin 1ta7eroBcall vlllo 240sr sgj Biitlj vlllc Jet 300 lO wrar noirsn- No 2 No 4 No VcrulUc SStq ui p m NleholriMllle 645 257- Vullejr View n 28 USI- llcliiiionO Ir 6 CO lJRichmond it 7ti p m 1JM- Irviiio Ut p m lisa DMItrtllla maru tytiiie Jet UU 109- 0Sn2and 61 ssd n male dote conuectlani Ntatl oU vlllctouit tmiu IAXlnIliIIlUln d Cnrl mil to hind from XhelbyVllls and lxmitvllliv Nd1 cpnuecU sit For any urlher Informs Ituu IJJrin any local event o- r3IlSJIlTHaFi I Act VcrtiUUiKr Buggies Phaetons RunaboutsSurries Traps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish bodyfinish thanNOW Madison County Manufacturers D1crc a1217 Call at T J Moberleys and see the best line of- COLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky 4 To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity- My shop is the most complete and 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 vicinityAVork express I will have prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLIN MX VKUNOX KENTUCKY JIUIKKNCC BtokoiUt Vernon Also 500 400 300 250 and 225jfor Men 300 250 and 200 I Boys 200 and 175 for Youths i The reputation of W L Douglas ilioea far style eonjfott and wear li known everywhere throughout the world They hive Is give Letter HtMutlon than other makes because the standard his always been plead so Wjh flat the wear ors expect more let their awe uy than they CM Jtt ahiwlnte i We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit inspection invited COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY FIRE ALARM SIGNALS DISTRICT No I Pnjspprt Cottage 2 Ladies Hull g 4babelLibrary i Lincoln Hail 7 Imhiatrial BuildiugaSh- owatd hail9twi- ster Strwt 13 Uichmond Pi ke14-Mt Vcrnon Street1 i- lttwt Knd lft CODE SIGNAL 2 short rip B1g short rings 1short rings 1 short 1 long ring 1 long 1 short ring l long 1 short C 1 long 1 short 1 long 1 short 1 long 12short rings 1 short pause S short 1 short pMiiae 4 short 1 short paUle 5 short 1 short pause J short SIGNAL In iiiw of fire go to the nearest alarm break gjaje give ring for general alarm then signal for district in wbleh lire is boated short ring weans fire is out B E CRTIELL Chloe of Fire Dept W G FROST Prerideut I I I I 1 H H 1 I 1 I I IiI I I I 1 I I I I 1 1 1 I 1Hl I I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES ttfr I I 1 1111 I I I 111111ft- Mrs I Lucy Reset anti her son Daniel frni Manchester have boon visiting Mrs Roachs niece Mrs Dfiniuou nf this place for two days Died at his home on Chestnut Htnoetoil Saturday October B R Robinson at the ago of fifty eight Tilt funeral was holdat tho Christian Church on Sunday afternoon Attention is calletl to the sonsa otter of tho Review of Reviews The and tho Womans Home Companion with the CITIZBX for 325 Paid up subsoribars to the CITIZEN can have tho three magazines for 225 No one who takes magazines can afford to lot this otter go by Mrs C S Begga and son Thomas of Ashland Ill are visiting Mrs K U Putnam Mrs P J Pauley of Jaokson Street has gone to visit her daugh ter Mrs John Fugott near Broad C C Tthodus Was n Cincinnati this wee Mrs on the CITIZBN Saturday lust She and her family have returned to Berea to secure its advantages for tho children They have settledon Chestnut Avenue opposite Welchs store Mis Ethel Putnam has been con lined U till house for the past week MeuHiH H W Quinn of Shirley Ill and Fayette Bnrtloy of IMoofU iugton 111 are visiting Mr A C Hurt this week Mr Quinn moved from hore fifty two yours ago Mr Geo W Pow until recently at the head of tho binding department of tho College is now a student in the West Virginia MorgauUnvu He has recently boon called home by the death of his father e M COLLEGE BELL I I tapsIJ taps r taps 0 taps 7 taps S Lips o taP 1 tap pane 8 taps 1 tap pause 4 taps 1 tap patme 5 1 Up MitBB 6 long give Out j HHIMMIlIl I 1 1 Berea and Vicinity LL1 7 iionalCosmopolitan hpadr ko Universityat 2 tapsI I II 1111 Villi I I If the man on tho street who wants a nice saloon with finis glass windows on Main street nuda blind tiger out on each of the pikes would make any more of a nuisance of himself under such circumstances than ho does now whon his supply of his favorite pison has to come from a boot log or a horse stall the CITIZEN wants to move out into the country We had the benefit f of that mans wisdom ad nauseam as ho poured it forth with much stale tobacco smoke under tho windows of the CITIZEN office on Tuesday morn ing and we would like a rest A tour inch water main is being laid on tho Richmond pike as far as the Baptist Church to furnish water for tho College property on tied street Tho TriState Union of Christian Endeavor Societies held a meeting in Boron from Friday night to Sunday night October 68 Rev Mr Weaver of Richmond preached tho oniiual sermon Avery interesting meeting was hold tho a comparative ly small number of delegates was prosQiit This Union is composed of C E Societies from portions of the status of Virginia Tennessee and Kentucky MrJ Burdotte is confined to tho houso as the result of what seemed at first but a slight accident Tho College case to tost the con stitutionality of tho Day Low is being argued before the Court of Appeals in Frankfort this week lIon Curtis F Bnrnlmm of Rich mond lion Guy Woods Mallon of Cincinnati and lIon John G Car lisle of Now Yorkr appear in behalf of the College G E Porter was in Lexington one day this week on business The editor leaves tomorrow for a trip into Btetill County Ho- I will speak Sunday at a childrens service at Red Lick school house I College Items HERB AND THERE +41111I1it111UtIiI 1111 tit Miss Winifred Campbell of Monmouth 11t comes to Boron Thor day to take till jxinitioh as teacher or cnhiutt orgun and piano resigned hy Mis Taller the first of this woo Miss Campbell comes to us aT u graduate from the Conservatory or Momnmtth College with very fine recommendations Hur pastor He W It King of tho First Presbylorii church spooks in tlio warmest tormR rigurding her Christian uhnmoti and loyalty in church work The Director of Music T Merrill Austlni writes She ill n young womui of moHt excellent attainments tl tin rotl h fitntlont line pianist oxcollui accompanist and ono BO in love wither chosen calling that she ia sure to make an enthusiastic and thorough teacher With Miss Cumplwll nml Mr High Huron can offer to its students time very last opportuniliu- in tho musical line The Fife and Drum Corps wont to Diflpulanta Saturday with ProC Dodo whore lie organized briino O A U Iost- Mrs L D Deiiham formerly MlAA Vrrna Wilder of Williamsbtirg who was ti student in Heron twentysovi years ago attended the Chrlstia Endeavor Convention in Boron last week and made several pleasant coll lit the College oilicus is at present working at Hamilton 0 and his addros is H2S W Fourth Street Alma Lake one of our former ate louts is now teaching at Duluth Ky Dr Hubbell loaves on a bustum rip Friday visiting Knoxville soslivillo Louisville Frankfort am KMsibly other schools where our colored young people are situated I Tho plastering will soon ba begun ou the now Chapel Mr Clyde E Vendor Mantua Mold Secretary of the Kentucky Miristinu Endeavor Union addressc tl10 students at the Chapel Sunda night ou tho Christian Endouva novemaut in Kentucky In SUblcrlPtfonljeoushlorablH xists in regard to a subscription to Ii newspaper The greater number or subscribers to a paper wish thoii subscription to go on without nay- weak and so for the most part muagers of weekly papers contlnut to send their papers to subsariban ntil these subscribers order them k loprind it is hero that the mis nderstauding is apparent lu early all of the states the law rttoog pies this principle that tho one using tho property of another or mnkiug UIIO of the results of anothers labor Is under obligation to pay for such U50 As this applies to nowsjwjwrs anti other poriouioals the one who ikes papers from the Post Office is ound to puny for such a paper and may be made to do so by law Of aurso any one has a right to say hether he will toke any paper or not but having taken it from the Port Office and rood it he should pIly for it as he would for the use of auy other kind of property Again the more foot of refusing to take a paper from the Post Office dOOR not set the former subscriber Ccut from all responsibility Ho should stop taking the paper imine lately on the expiration of his sub zriptiou The tug on the margin or ones paper should toll whoa that subscription expires For instance 1 Sept 5 after ones name on thq mrgiu of a paper means that ones jbscription to that taper oxpirea on- tho date of the last issue of that pa IltJr previous to September 1 IDOaJ and if the paper is not wanted any longer it should be refused at that timo There is of course a more courteous way of informing the ti- tor that his paper is not wanted and inger such us a note saying so a outlemaiily manner but this is not 80 essential to the editor as it is to- tho subscriber The mere fact of infusing a paper at the Post Office is sufficient to notify tho editor thou bis paper is not wanted any longer But that refusal should come at once on tho expiration of the subsoriplioit udnot from two weoks to six lonths after and if one whose sub zription expired on tllO first day of eptembor waits till the middle of ictobor before notifying the editors that his paper is not wanted any ngor no courtesy of letter oil hrasoology can make up for the tact that tho editor has been robbed or- bis paper for six weeks The editor dOO8 not care to make trouble over 8uch a matter even though the taw jpportd hits in refusing to stop the apor till all arrearages are paid and 110 ho pockets the loss with what graco he can muster but tho fact re loins that the delinquent subscriber has cheated tho editor out of six weeks subscription to his paper It this happened but once it would bq small matter but when it is a c 5m I mon occurrence the loss in n year is f no small one And Owo no mlln anything but to love one another seems to have twins spoken ospecial of editors for their wags are mud up of tho small owings ot many mon Rally at Blanton Flats On Saturday tho 7th inst H X members df dipt James West Itis Borea viz 14V Dodge AI J Oabbard P J Paisley S Q Lain hart G W French and Jesse Murphy together with H II Gabbanl the Sons of Veterans wore at Hlnntoi Flats Jackson County The link had Iweu recoiinoltornd previously by Comnide Gnbbard and a hirgi turnout of oitiiens iiBmired The hospitality of the people toward tin visitors was unstinted The wentlio was perfect Early in the morning tho neighborhood segued to bo gathering Whili tho old soldiers woro conferring ii regard to joining the G A nund the forming of an outpost of Cnpt James West Post a general sooia was going on around and within tin Bohoolhonso The congregation prov ing twice too largo for the houso tin people gathered in tho grove adjacent and listened with rapt attention tc an earnest address by Prof L V DodgeA and drum wore on hand and the people wore afforded the novel Bjxjctnolo of a soldiers maruli leek tumid forth in tho street adjacent to the schoolhouse grounds Altogether it was au interesting wad inspiring occasion Tim soliKera first theIKtrtookor generous dinner pro while others wore eating retired to a neigh boring shade whore eleven wore IDodgeThese wore constituted Outpost No I 1 of Copt James West Post with I EHhu Murphy us its Sergeant litre a n Soporlne It peejile weuM oat Ideltty of rJee hey would not iweil drugs to make licni sleet HUM a New York drug clerk iMiualnj for a moment to put tilts up n uleojiltiK jHttton for a ww nun There Is ninth saki about rice as U strengthening toed but few tltier Poise know bat It bleu etori8e pew ors It Properly cooked It bob like HHiUl be washed nmnj than until time vater no tourer appears milky It 4ieuld then be waked A few Wourn wlttHl sad butted rapklly about thirty Qlnutea Whet cooked IH this way It- l1IU be sates oacii day whit ivIUit and be iiemuu who eats It sleeps well avid IrtwtiM uot Mt sli- QalTIa Iulijl of Vlpn Ze AiRurtvan ah Iw IM s Ter tunu- iUs IIw know iwthluK but w dollar Ic have no lore of beauty or art He do eoQtllrUutlbat humid Oas4ey Today I Me n tliUlUhllllMb rr lr tatluKUa tnagHlfeewnt fhe la with It mail uu Anertcu I go to him I fay 1anlou matMlmr what Ua w ulya ttnmrr The Ktmtlmwui he asy liars my bualHaaa Itah tiuew 1JfiwJM M all tie tmr pia was a redo WM liiebiHart ommwrtel Tritouow IMnlnl of a IHIiop or HMtoft Uaiuurat who was a nmU hist player It Is rriated that ou bear ig tbe name of a new Njtfwtnltneot lu- tlllt chapter Shore waa wmatt trout him lie paiMloiiate eXclHHiattoo I kiln erved the WlilR all my Mfe sad now ley send uie down u cwaoa who otsnt know clubs from apttdedi onilon Mall errerrrrrrirmrrrrtrrrrr rr 200 BUSHELS SEED RYE For sale at market price rr Phone 44 E T FISH s- i4i1 killtAAkA itA ilitisAiil Ael Aitilt9 I Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the smnll nniount it wpuld take to pny insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurnncd Can writo you in any of tho good Companies FIRE UFE And ACCIDENT INSURANCE 1 REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD c And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC We H PORTER Beret Ky AT TUB BANK It Pays to Paint in the Fall if you ute good pilot We cHen strongly In the fall u a good painting tnten and urge II net In put the lobelf till next spring We alto bcflcre In the splendid value of SHERWIHWILLIAHS PAINT and urge you to ass It this tall Nu biter paint made No Ixttrr time 10 paint Come in and let ut tell yes why are be Here in the fall and S W P The Porter Drug Co z VORroaATW r ooooooeoeoooooeoooooeoeooooeoeoeooo epeoeo oegQeoeoeoeoQeoeo 0 S D 0 0 e a O- O S r0 i Well Pursed Women I 0 o 0 ojr 0- r otAswell as those who must adorn themselves moro qcOnom 0 1 iicnllyVWiSh to supply their vfunts nt the lowest possible a 2 4f pnce consistent with the quality and styia of the goods ij t I 0- i In Dross goods wo can show you as fine nn ussortln c iaswas ever shown in Borea Our lino of Silk and Woolen 0 oSShirt Vaistings is exceptionally fine Our Notion department is the most complete in Town i0- i Call and be convinced o oSo 0- I S 1 TC J Hanson Go I 0 0 01 0- o 0 o o 0 oooooooeoeooeoeoeQ oeoeoeoeoooeoeoeoeoeoeoooeeoo ooooeooeoeo WORLDS NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM Pithy and Iointwl Parnsraphs of Recent Interesting Happenings EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doings of the Government Ot flelals Crimes anil Casualties and Other Notes of Gen eral Interest Insurance Investigations That the Mounding total ot moro than 2900000 haa beon paid as com missions by the Mutual Info Insurance 0 to two members of the family ot Richard A McCurdy president of the Company and Ute promise of District Attorney Jerome that the Insurance scandals certainly will be submitted later to an extraordinary grand Jury were among the avnsaUonal develop runts in the Insurance situation W V Thommel an attorney ot the Mutual Life Insurance Oo testified that he Laid to till chairman of the republican ronjrnwisloni campaign committee the uni ol SYOn in cash M a campaign uilrlbutbn In the tee mony before the special initiative committee investigating the inothode of Insurance companies the fonsatloaal development WM when Mr Hughes demanded the payroll of ho executive office of the Mutual Life Insurance Co Tills was produe I and showed the salaries of these tmeera since g77 For the year 1901 1Kwldent McCurdy received 110000 two vice presidents were paid 60000 ach a second vtee pntetdent 17100 the general manager tt600 who this xsr will receive 30009 and tine invnurer 50000- President McCall of me New York Life iMwraac Co teatlfled before the Idifetlve committee that there was no record on the book of the New York Life Invurance Co of the 160- M0 paid the national republican eoM mitts for contribution for preriden nal campaigns While he had ao per mal knowledge that the money was laid he assumed It was because 50 had told this treasurer to inefce the payments Missouri state superintendent of In surance W II Vandlver cent a com munlcatlM to John A McCall of the Sew York Life Insurance Co demand Ing that the 14170130 eamBalgN lead be replace In the treasury of the com pany cadet penalty of revocation of the companys licence to transact bail n es la Missouri TKMHM W LaVfca la sending eat telegrams to the governors of various states asking them to Join with him In a movement to tens a committee to enforce raetltuthHi of fond alleged to have bees wrongfully used by large insurance company officiate and the punlshmeat ot these guilty of criminal action in connection therewith Governor Beehham will urge upon the general aaeefflbly In January next to make some changes IN Kentucky laws on the subject of Insurance The state board of revenue of Nevada 4 cMed to postpone find action relative to the revoking of tbe license of the Mutual Life Co In Nevada until the Now York Investigating committee bad finished Its work In response to the letter of Inquiry from a member of the Royal Arcanum Senator Armstrong chairman of tho New York legislative Jnewmnco laves tigating committee wrotu that Wo intend to devote some time to frater real insurance before we finish our la bora Tho policy holders committee of the Wwtern Life Indemnity Co ot Chi cage ot which H n Hicks is chair man will not agree to refer to Judge KohbuM for settlement or to any referee whatever tho controversy over I a proposed mcrcorof the company Miscellaneous Items Business failure for tho weekending October 5 number 189 against 185 the week previous 195 In the like week pt lOOt 197 in 1903 and 170 In 1908 Brig Gen William Sinclair U S A retired died In Washington of Brlghta disease lie was born In Ohio 70 years agoU U stated on excellent authority that John R McLean of the dad a nati nqulror has purchased tho con trolling Interest in the Washington Post Tilt body ot Peter H Thompson New Yorker who has been missing from tho private sanitarium of Qr I l Roberts at Llanarcb was found In a clump ot bushes near Hav jrfprd Pa Tho Venezuelan government hasor dered from the Crcusot work France 30 batteries of field artillery and 12 batteries ot mountain guns of- 7rmnlieaetres vaUber- rho ehortago 1n the oran mop la estimated to be lOOOOO SajTela Lttto frosts last spring In tho Capo Cod New Jersey and Wisconsin cran berry ttelde are blamed for tho condi lion of things Prices now run from U to 33 a barrel LouIs CarmlchacI 83 the man that history gives credit for tho nomination ot Horace Grooloy for the presidency tn 1873 was found dead la a barn at Sydney N Y Cholera Is again epidemic In Manila according to advices from tame The Authorities are hampered by tho attl tudo of the natives It Is dlnllely learned that the entire expanse cf the preel ones southern trip amounting to btweon 4000 and 5000 wlll bo paid by the president out of his own pocket at the regular ratos It is said M Witte will become chief of the new ministerial cabinet Wltte refuses to confirm the report At a cabinet meeting the advisability of changing the Chinese exclusion law was discussed- Three children were burned to death and the patents severely Injured in an apartment house fire in Brooklyn fire in tho lumber district of Rhln lander Wli destroyed property val ued at 000000 and rendered 400 peo pie homeless Tho fire started In the lumber yard of the Brown Bros Lum bor Co Russia id considering the establishment of a direct steamship service be tweon Now York npd a Baltic port either Riga or Llbau under govern mental encouragement The establishment of schools for tex tile education at mill centers was on donwd by delegates to the National Cotton Spinners convention W U Cunningham serving 10 years In the Michigan state penitentiary es coped by butting Guard Owens In the stomach with his head inflicting Injuries which proved fatal Cunningham was captured Cunningham and his wife are from Lima O Robert Van o of Ablngdon Va for nunleromly assaulting his wife be CUM she did not have his meals ready In time for him was given ten years In the penitentiary at bard labor OambllnR on Lake Michigan tuna been stopped temporarily by the for feiture of the eaillnc license of Cant Stephen Jose ol thus floating poolroom City of Traverse Capt Jones was also fined 800 for violating a government marine law wfcteh he Immediately paid SalllHc under a new license which was granted by the federal authorities the gambUng boat City of Traverse will resume operations on Lake Michi PRo Prof Newton C Dougherty superin tendent of city schools ot Peoria III for more than M years president of the Peoria National hank and a capl talist was arrested on two tree bills returned by the grand Jury charted with forgery and embezzlement Railroad rate legislation was the topic of a long conference between the president and Representative Town semi of Michigan one of the authors of the UechTownsend Mil which WM railed last winter by the house of representatives At a special meeting ot tbe directors of the Wanes railway In New York Joseph Ramsey Jr was removed from the presidency F A Delano WM elected to succeed him Dr Albert H Warns K of Youngs town 0 committed suicide by tjhoot ing blnwelf Uap the head at Hal tale lie had been In 111 The authorities of the naval academy announced that the situation In re gard to the diphtheria among the muses here of the fourth elate of midshipmen Is now well In hand and that no further dancer Is anticipated Announcement was made by Willis L Moore chief of the weather horses that at noon on each Tuesday of the current month the weather bureau would matte public a bulletin devoted particularly to cotton The gnat southeasterly gale which swept tbe British Columbia coast is believed to have resulted In the drown ing of M least M Japanese fishurmen who wore out on the Gulf of Georgia fishing for salmon Dr Oliver B Hart who was discov ered unconscious looked In a room of his residence at Chicago with his 10 yearold ward has recovered and was arrested suspects of the murder of tho young girl Doth were found un conscious from morphine poisoning Tho girl died later A detective electrical generator started a destructive fire at tho Fro mont coal mine near Florence Col All tho buildings including tho shaft house were destroyed Fifty men wore working in tho mine at the time the lire started and wore rescued with dif ficultyMrs Anna Ballln arrested at Clove land on tho charge of being In tho country Illegally Is alleged by the federal authorities to be an anarchist of international reputation and leader of one ot the largest bands ot anarch Isis In that part of tho country Washington Is now drinking its fil tered water Twentytwo of tho 29 filter beds are completed and have been placed In operation Each Is running dolly to its full capacity ot 3 000000 gallons Rufus B Merchant disbursing car of tho post office department Md superintendent ot the post office build ing for tho past 11 years died In Washington from asthma and heart complaint Tho monthly statement Issued by the commissioner of Internal revenue shows that tho total collections of Internal revenue for tho month of Au gust 1905 wero 10935072 which lean Increase as compared with August 1904 of 8tf27SO TritiiXnrltlsh squadron under com mand of Prince Louis of Battonburg will visit New York end Annapolis next month An elaborate program to entertain tho prince and stay has been prepared Tho radical advocates of municipal ownership of tho street railway arranged to form a vllllanco committee to use force It necessary In tho cases ot Chicago aldermen who vote In favor of a franchise ordinance Legislation to regulate life Insurance companies was recommended by the Now York chamber of commorce In r onlnUnn adapted portimouthton ambassador and Mr Takohtra the Japanese minister as soon as those Important documents are received from St Petersburg and Toklo Tho Japanese privy council ap proved tho peace treaty which it has hind under consideration for some time Tho privy council also recalled the order causing martial law Gen Jofo Miguel Gomes tbe goy ernor ot Santa Clara province Cuba who recently resigned as the liberal candidate for the presidency of Cuba In opposition to President Palms ar rived In Now York lie says his mis alon Is not to ask American Interfer once In Cuban politics Yuqul Indians of Sonora Mex are reported on the war path again and during the IneJL week 60 murders have been committed by them The following ticket has loon noml nated by the republican convention at New York Mayor Chhe K Hughes controller Richard Young of Brooklyn president of tho board of alder men James L Wells of the Bronx Government reports show that In tie recent storm In the Philippines MO natives and 36 Americans and foreign ers were killed It Is impossible to Identify many of the latter The management of the Isthmian coast affairs will remain under Secre Cory Taft who will go to Panama In November to Investigate the situation there and thoroughly Inform himself of the conditions In the canal zone Ten men met Instant death at the quarry of the Vermont Slate Co Oran vllle N Y when about 100 feet of the west bank crashed down without warn- Ing tarrying the victims under hue drain of tons of slate and loon earth Five bodies were recovered Denton II Hopkins a die cutter In Brooklyn shot and Instantly killed hie wife In a duel with her in the hallway of her flat in Johnston street Brooklyn Although married 30 years the two wore living apart having quarrel ed over money matters The northwest crater of Vesuvius is very active A great quantity of lava is flowing down the side of the moun lain and columns ot smoke are teen ascending to an Immense height seat tering red hot ashes over the district In the vicinity Judge Vandeventar in the United Slates district court at St Paul do elded that the ease of the United States vs Tho General Paper Co was not appealable S B Brundage of St Lonl acting for eastern parties closed a deal with exSenator A B Kerr ot San Antonio Tex for 44000 acres of land in Me Mullen county on the Nuecea River The land will be used for colonization pHrneaea The sale also Includes about 4011 Mead of cattle on the ranch Governmental experiments Into the process of cane drop making has been brought to ft successful cohclusfoh attic Secretary Wilson of the department of Agriculture ordered the tale of the government factory which was built at Waycroea Ga three years ago Gen Charles W Bartlett of Boston was nominated by the Massachusetts Democracy for governor There were no contests for any of the places on the ticket Among the various antlphthlata measures dlecneeed at tho iutorhatton al tuberculosis congress was one vtemetitly advocating tho discontinuance of kissing One bandit was killed two were probably mortally wounded and one other was apprehended in a desperate fight with a posse of SO armed citizen of this village aroused by the burglary of tho post office and attempted looting ot the State bank at Wild Rose WIsA dispatch from Jackson MiSL says the state board of health has issuod an order forbidding boarding school auJ colleges in the state to open No vemor 1 on account of tne yellow fever Infection Secretary of War Taft Visited the witnessvvthe Sandy Hook batter s can cover In defending New York harbor Chief1 Justice Garlauidtof the Choc taw Indian at his home nod Tujtcaboma I T The Choctaw legislature adjourned out ofrespect to the memory of Judge Garland who was a leader ot the tribe The Mexican superior board of health reports throe new cases of yel low fever at Coatzacolcos Two new cases occurred at Vera Cruz There are still three cases at Tezonapo A negro was lynched near Bainb- ridge Oa by a mob of his awn race The negro had assaulted a negro girl and Had attempted tq assault another TlTc Mexican Central prmonwcHt on a strike and aea re d1sUIIthree cents a kllotnpter Alabama coal for tnqi and holpejs o rededck A tlUer a prominent bualness man 1 1da member of the wholesale firm of Waiter RMllfef Co of Binghamton N Y dlsap pea is well known In Ohio and Indiana Mayor George B McClcllan was re nominated for mayor of Now York by the democratic city convention or Tammany hall organization- It is announced in 1loston that lh- Daugbt rs of 1812 and tie Daughters of the Revolution propose to raise funds to restore tho frigate Constitution now moored at tho Charlestown navy yard- Melville C was chosen to head the commission of the National Civic Federation which has undertaken a study of the municipal ownership problem as it appears both in this country and abroad A TERRIBLE TVrHOON Nearly 10000 People on Two Chinese islands Drowned Islands Had Only Been Inhabited Fora Short Time as They Are of Re cent Formation and Not Much Above High Water Victoria B C Oct 9The steamer Tartar which arrived from the Orient brought the news from Shanghai that tho loss of life at the island of tho mouth of the Yangete river as the re suit Df the typhoon at the beginning of September was tremendous Tho North China Daily News of Shanghai says to the eaat of Tamagtnlug two Islands one called Ynwoshwa too other Snlhloueha distant stout 20 rnllea from Woevung have suffered much front the typhoon nearly all the In habituate having been swept away The Islands have only been Inhabited for a sbjort time comparatively speaking as they are ot recent formation and are not much above high water mark It Is reported that nearly 10 000 people have ben drowned on those two Islands and the smaller Islands adjacent Tanwifrolrig Itself has not suffered much being well above tho high water mark San Francisco Oct LThe schoon or Oity of Papeete arriving from the coast of Siberia brings a story of hay lag picked up the dead bodies of nu meows Japanese on the ICamtchakan aoaat who had been killed by the Rus Joni earns months ago Capt Stem load reports that the City of Papeete which was engaged in cod fishing in the Okhotsk sea in August brought to the surface In one of her nets the oodles of six Japanese who had been lilted evidently by the Russians A TRIPLE TRAGEDY Girl and Two Men Murdered and a Woman Badly Wounded Mlddletown N Y Oct nDrthe ar rest Sunday of Alanton Graham on Information furnished by Mrs lager lok the authorities believed that the myitery of the triple murder at the Olnoy farm near here on Friday will bo cleared up Mrs Ingerlck was found terribly wounded and unconscious Friday morn lag by searchers Alice Ingbiick 9 and WlUls and Fred Olney were found dead In the woods All the pockets In their clothing had ben turned Insido out Marks in the underbrush show ed that the bodies had been dragged trot the wagon to the place whero th were found Air iBgerick was formerly employ ed 8s a housekeeper by Graham and eft bare Shout two months MO to go to UM Olaey brothers After being kept In custody all day and ely examined Graham Sunday night oonchI ely proved his Inno cone and was discharged from cus tody r COLLISION ON A TRAIN Three Tiralrtmen Were Killed and An other Badly Injured MlUoraburg Pa Oct 9Three men were killed one man was Injured and a car load of raee horses were either killed or co badly hurt that they had to be shot as the result of a collision at tho Junction of the Lykons Valey branch of the Pennsylvania railroad n quartor of a tulle south of this place Tho collision was between the fast No3 Brio mall train westbound and a cabrfoso and box car containing a load of race horses The mall train was bound from llarrlaburg to Erie It was preceded out ot HarrIsburg by a fast freight train which owing toI- L heavy fog lost sonic Ume The ca booso and box car accidentally uncoupled at the Junction and the mall train overtook them After tho collision the wreckage took fife nnd the bodies of Berry and llendcrshott wero burned almost beyond recognition There were 200 passengers on the mall express but none was seriously hurt Wanted To See the President Washington Oct 9What promised to be a sensation with perhaps gravo consequences to the president and Mrs Roosevelt was averted by the prompt action of the district police and the secret service men Nadage Doroo formerly an actress but lately doing missionary work in behalf of the Rus sian Jews was arrested In St Johns Episcopal church Just as she was about to enter It for the purpose of making a public appeal to Mrs Roosevelt 1n behalf of the Jews In Russia Miss Roosevelt Passed Through Toklo Toklo pct 9Mlss Alice Roosevelt Mssed through this city Sunday morn ipg en route to Nikko She was met It the station by the governor of the clty and tbo master of ceremonies and driven to Uyono in an imperial car- rose Surgeon General Suzuki Annapolis Md Oct 9 Surgeon General Suzuki of the Japanese navy spent tho day In Annapolis as the guest of the officers of tho medical staff of tho naval academy Ho paid an call on Adm James II Sands the superintendent Japanese Casualties In the War Victoria B C Oct 9Por Steam er Tartar Ofilclal returns of the cas ualtles of tho Japanese nrmy through out the war show 46180 killed 10970 died of wounds and 15300 died of din ease a total ot 72450 dead STATE ODDS AND ENDS a I PYTHIAN KNIGHTS T G Stuart of Winchester Elected Grand Chancellor Hopkinaville Ky Oct 6Fhe sec ond days proceedings of the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythlaa began with tho election of officers by ucola motion as follows Supreme repre sentatives T D Matthews Petersburg and Jouett Henry Hopklnsvlllo rand chancell ir T 0 Stuart Win chester grand vice chancellor M J McLean Covjngton grand prelate U Young LouUvllle grand keeper of records and seals John W Carter Ow onsborn grand master of exchequer Julo Plummer Newport grand roaster at arms 0 P PoVard Jackson grand Inner guard C F Saunders Frank tin grand outer guard W J Hlssom Newport Tire representatives of the Grand Temple Rathbone Sisters elected the following officers Grand chief Ellen M Moffet Louisville grand senior Susie Andreas Dayton grand jun ior Eva Herndon California grand manager Inez Tandy Sanders G M of U and C Mattte n OIW Louis ville a it of P fi mina G Pearson Dayton grand protector Zora A Bolles IxMilsvllle M O guard Matil da Webb Ludtow supreme represen tative tour year Anna B Rayson Newport HopkiMtllle Ky Oct GAfler an exciting discussion that lasted until midnight the grand lodge Knights of Pythias of Kentucky decided by a vote of 112 to 97 to dispose of the RichardsonGibson property near Lex ington which hid been purchased as a home for tho widows and orphans of deceased Knights The grand lodge then by a vote of 113 to 96 decided to son the property and reinvest the funds The grand lodge decided to fix the minimum Initiation toe at 10 It has been 16 The next meeting will be held In Louisville TWO OUT OF THREE A Petition Is Circulated To Shorten Light Harness Races Lexington Ky Oot 9A vigorous movement looking to shorter harness tacos tins been launched here A pall tion asking all trotting associations to make two heats In three the regula then race and every heat a race In three heat events Is being widely sign ed by owners and drivers Tho peti lion which will bo formally submitted to the directors of the Kentucky Trot ting Horse Breeders association this week la In substance Recognizing the necessity of making trotting rac- Ing popu ar thus inducing the public to contribute toward its support and that prolonged patiencetaxing eon tests and tax on the strength of horses- must be avoided tho undersigned own era and drivers respectfully request all association hereafter to provide for rakes of two best in three or races of three heats in which every heat is a race EXTORTIONATE RATES Petition That Commonwealth Be Made a Party To Complaint Frankfort Ky Oct 7 Attorneys William Lindsay and Bennett H Young representing the state of Kentucky by employment by Gov Beck ham filed with tho Kentucky railroad commission a petition that the com monwealth be made a party to tho general complaint of discrimination and extortionate rates preferred by numerous shippers throughout the state against alt railroad companlfs operating lines therein and asking that from this time the complaint bo allowed to be prosecuted In the name of the pepple The petition will bj heard and passed upon at a meeting of the commission to beheld hero beginning October 12 next iMan Found Dead In a Field Georgetown Ky Oct 6A tall man weighing About 17G pounds and CO years old was found lying In a field near Jilkhorn river where the bridge crosses on the Cincinnati pike He was covered with blood A pistol lay at his side with one cartridge ex ploded Irving Lockwood Arrested Lexington Ky Oct 9 Irving Lockwood of Cincinnati was arrested hero Sunday while in the act of entering the house of Thomas Christensen Lockwood says he was fitting Into tho house In search of something to cat but the police thought him a wouldbe burglar New Hotel at Lexington Planned Lexington Ky QcJ 9 Negotiations looking to the erection of a hotel In this city to cost 360000 are now un der way between 8 A Hutchinson of Ashland Ky and Lexington capital huts headed by J Will Stoll of the City National bank Dtlhl and Beldame Lexington Ky Oct iDelhi winner of 120000 and the great mare Boldamo arrived here Beldame will bo retired to August Belmonta nur sery stud and Delhi will rest up for next seasons races at Jaa It Koenes farm near here Walter Kohn Gets Damages Louisville Ky Oct 7WAlter Kohn received 1445 in settlement of damages In his case against the Coney Island Amusement Co In the federal court at Cincinnati He was run down by toe steamer Island Queen THE BOLEN FUNERAL The Princess Theater Was Too Small To Hold the Crowd Mlddlesboro Ky Oct 7As the roo suit of the assassination of Jack So lon on Wednesday evening the citi zone of Middlesboro and Bell county are up In arms The funeral service were held in the Princess theater Tho Intention was to hold them In the Baptist church but the crowd demand ed a larger place Throe hundred or more members of the Odd Fellowa and Junior Order of American Meehan lee of which orders Bolon was a morn ber augmented by visiting lodge men attended In a body and the public schools were dismissed Over 600 school children marched to the funeral In a body The spacious theater was Inadequate to hold the crowd Owlngsvlllo Ky Oct 1At Pine ville Bell county Frank Ball prominent citizen was Indicted for assas sination of Jack Uolon who was mur dered at Mlddlesboro Wednesday night while slating In a barber chair The assassin fired through the window Ball and Bolan had had trouble and Ball had drawn a revolver on Dolan Hall had been indicted for this two days before the assassination Excite ment Is great in that section and troops may be asked for MURDER MAY RESULT Harry Rich of Covlngton Stabbed By Unknown Parties N Covington Ky Oot DHarry Rich 18 of West 10th street Is at his home In an unconscious condition and may die from stab wounds received About 7 oclock his parents attempted to arouse him and falling to do BO became alarmed An Investigation discovered that ho was suffering from a bad wound over the right eye Dr Ben Eckman was summoned and aft er attempting to arouse Rich found his condition more serious that at first anticipated He located a stab wound on top of the head and shoulder and bruises about the body as If from kicks His wearing apparel was reduced to shreds How ho got homo and who assaulted him could not bo ascertained at tho time His condition grew worse and another physician was called who found the patient had suffered paralysis of the left side with Indications of concussion of the brain It was also ascertained that the as sault was committed on tho Lexington pike near the lime kiln a mite from Covington about 2 oclock in the morn ing and that the name of Richs assailant is known by the authorities THE SUSPECTS IN JAIL Nodded His Head To Indicate Who Cut His Throat Harrodsburg Ky Oct DJohn Nichols and Charles Rood are In jail charged with the murder of Lee Brad show who was found beside the railroad track Friday night with his throat cut and his skull crushed Brad shaw who In perhaps the most Influ ential colored man In this vicinity was found by a white man who was attracted by his groans Bradshaw had been robbed of his gold watch and tO in money Ho died and although unable to speak he Indicated by nod ding his head when asked If the two men arrested were his assailants They also art colored The coroner held an Inquest an a result of which Nichols and Reed were held Covington Pioneer Dies CovIngton Ky Oct GMrs Pau lino Hauscr 70 died In StEHzaboth hospital of senility Mrs Hauser was one of the oldest residents of Coving ton and with her husband Abraham Hauser whQ survives per kept a still in CovIngton market until a few years ago To Repair the Henry Clay Monument Lexington Ky Oct 6 Lexington lodge pf Masons No1 of which Hen ry Clay was once master has decided to call upon Masons throughout Kentucky to unite In an appeal to tho next legislature for an appropriation to re pair the headless monument to the statesman Dan Gregqry Gets a Parole Frankfort Ky Oct 7The state prison commission grouted a parole tq Dill Gregory colored an Inmate of the priion here Gregory was sent up from Jessamine county in November 1904 to serve two years upon conviction of breaking into an outhouse Fast Yearling Sold Lexington Ky Oct 5J L Weth erill representing Miss Kate L VII kes Galt Ontario Can bought of R C Estill the black yearling colt by Todd dAm Paronella by Uarlrvtlle for 18000 William Bally Acquitted Wllllamstown Ky Oct 9rhe Jury in the case ot the commonwealth against William Daily charged with the murder of Elmer Henry his wifes nephew brought In a verdict of acquit al after a deliberation of a day and night Wanted In Louisville Lexington Ky oc 9il F Little 24 was arrested here pn Information from Louisville where It Is said he Is wanted for forgery The man was ta ken to Louisville by Chief of Deteo tlvta MarshMl 0lH+H II 11111111111111111111111111 Eastern Kentucky News i DIIItNa Senspendence publkhed tales 1IIIIed to full by the writer The is net tor pUblicatioll but al an evidence of food faith Write pial lilTt111111lI 1 I I I t I I I HIH I I I 1 I 1 r 1 J I 1 II I I I 1 1 ItIHP 1 MADISON COUNI Oct 0Mrs June Martin of Dig Hill ia the guest of liar sister Mr u B Gabbnrd this wookG U Brockuum and wife veto the guest of DHU Gnblxml and family Sunday Miamxe Clara and Mary Isowlen aro a isitiuff friends at Rod Lid thi- sWttklocle David McCollum fell from a wagon 8 few days ago nut hurt himself very badly But he is iihlc to be otit again Oscar Gnbban is home again after n few week iu Ohio with his brother Green ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Ot 1OMiss llettio McColloir m isjt l her umisin May Todd Monday night Sfbron Crotrahor was at I Rookford Tutwday on businessW- H Stephens is preparing to bog n building a new h Il80At oil Rchool election Saturday wo lint tilt largest crowd insovoml yonre Pitam correct error in last weel MI Daddy Todds sunflower It is prinUd 3I inches in diameter nnd it wits only 12 inches in circumference and 4 iuciii s in diameter DOONE t k t tl1Va are having some nice weather and the farmers nro aboul dune cutting up oornRo J W Lambert mf this place filled Ids tog ular appointment at Clear Creels church Saturday nnd Sunday Sov oral of the folks attended the big sale at Boron Won sdnyRev J W Lambort has about completed his stone collarJ H Lambert made a trip to Copper crook las- tkMrsWPf Ida Wren and baby mid Mrs Etta Lambert and little turn visited Mrs J J Wren Sunday Miss Ida M Wren visited lie mint Mrs Dan Owens Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J J Wren visited their daughter Mm oolla11 at Beren SaturdayMaryi- ngleton is visiting at Fall Lick Mr G V Owens of Dteputanta wai at Fairvimv on business last week OWSLEY COUNTY- VINCENT Oct 7Lol1 Rader who has bwn at Hiehinoud for the last week returned Thursday The IOOF picnic at Travelers Rest Saturday was one of tho grandest ever ex erieticed in this country and fur nished one of the largest crowds The Juniors and Masons partioipat Ill There was good speaking and fxctllent order There was a good crowd who visited Cincinnati Sunday lust it being the leek excursion for till season Andy Venable bought him a tine mule some few days ago price Slot Brown Bowman is until ing stave for L B Venable this week James Hoskins of Jackson county visited W H Venable Saturday He that is of the opinion that money will do everything will do anything for money Our school is progressing nicely under the careful management of J P Creech Rudolph Ham inuiid who has been in Ohio for tonne time linn returned home again I wish our Major correspondent would remember the Citizen is pub lished every week and send in his lttt rYou should remember that in striving to be the greatest man in your country you may bo disap pointed but in striving to be the best you may succeed Ho may woll win the race who runs by himself JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Oct 7It is talked that crops are better thifryoar than they have been for several years through this section Corn cutting is nearly over for tho wason and men are tie hacking Wodn011daythrough hero Friday on business Boys who went to Hamilton Ohio report plenty of work and good jobs SAND GAPIOct 0 Weather eople of this vicinity are through saving folder nnd are now making sorghum Nathau Pearson has three acres of cane to make into sorghum Bean hulliugs and apple cuttings are all the goMissos Martha and Rosie Harrison wore guests of J R Durhams folks Sun dayTice youngsters went chest nutting nnd reported nn enjoyable time Quite a number from this place attended the funeral of Mrs Lewis Brockmn at Grassy Springs Sunday Nathan Williams and family visited Jas Williams and family of Clqver Bottom Saturda- ynightHorses Durham attended church at Birch Lick Sunday C S Durham gave the young folks a bean hulling Thursday night and all ro port a nice time C S says ho doesnt care for hatching if the girls will come in once in a while and hull t Infowboans for liiltt1t IS Dui hum attended church Itt Korby llIob Sunday DOUfLE LICK Oct 0 Most puoplo of this conn try aro done foddering and nro now leaving for Ilnmilton O tho heave on onrth There was an untertuiuin social at Shelley Fuquas Saturda night at which there were man guoats Bud Anglin and wife tho newly married couple of Climax Ky woro thero and wore warmly won comets by their mummy friondsTim mineral of Robert Abrams will ba preached at Plonsnnt Hill Sunday b Rev William Chnstoen Abe Anglii and Miss Davlo Baker woro marriw Thursday Tho infnir dinner wn served nt the home of the bride Lloyd Bogloy of this plane is pro grossing nicely with hits school Bon Woldon has just oomplctwl his tuvorn iu the little town of tiooch land and is having uuutyisans11 S Jones has finished his new stop house on Hnlcomb Street iu Gooch land and is selling many goods Tho Teachers Association was huh at Climax Saturday Several teach ors frmn Boron wore present Mr General Martin of Double Lick gav Miss Florence Lakes a cull Sunday evening Por IllicuninnMii For rtioumatisia try the very slmpl cure of bolHng water Take at lout a pint bofero retiring at night Time ob jest of taking bolHnB wator late nt night Is that during tho hours you an testing and the digestion Is not tried the tolling water can do Its work on the gastric Jukes A Illlllun The word billion In Hnglnnd anti this cotoulM means a million millions In Franco and on the continent as well as In the United Suites It moans a thousand millions Public Proofreading Printers of the olden days used to chain espies of their books outside their offices amt If any peeving sebolai detected UH error lie was rewarded ac eenllBK to Eta magnitude a cup of wine for a broken loiter a cup of wlae and a plate of boot for a turned letter and the like n i t hi MR Do not bathe Immediately after eat Ing or wbon overheated from a walk AcidIC In the llnntli A disordered stomach often gives rite to an aridity In the mouth1 which la very harmful to the teeth cattstng tartar to form In such cases It Is well to rinse tOO mouth night end morning with an antiseptic solution Soil Corn This remedy for soft corns will af ford rollof Have a little tun eiUInc In a small bottle with a small camels hair brush touch the corn with this every night and at the end of n fort night tile corn should come out easily Do not let time turpentine run on to the adjoining skin or It will bo made sure The Cnmrlllu The flowering crorgrottn camellia was brought from Jnimn by a Spanish Jesuit unwed Kamel hence the name Stockholm Death Irate Stockholm has tile largest death rate from the use of alcohol of any city In Uie world Tlio number of deaths from tbls cause Is 00 to 1000 Dream Dreams depend entirely upon the particular wily In which apodal parts of the brain are supplied with blood during sleep and they have no more Importance as prognostications for your life and happiness than any other fact of circulation or any other form of Indigestion A Cool lace SomerIlojlaw that for three months of tileI car tbo suus nuts do taut fall upon It Urldul Pent among the adornments fIIrIUntoast In Brittany Is an butter structure elegant as tbe most beautiful bridal cake and Into tbla structure the guests stick split sticksI boifrlns colas of gold or silver Tile llruver Flrcli The flesh of the upper portion of a beavers body Is said to taste like beef Tbat of the lower portion Is said to resemble fish First Knropritn Ilhrnrr Tile first known Uuropean library originated In the present to the family vf Itegnlus by the Hainan senate of all Uio books seized at thin capture of I Carthage Spine Scattlali sign Time signs put up by sin mer chants In Scotland are often very amusing An Aberdeen sign run Fresh Butter and Eggs Laid Here Dally by Betsy Smith Another not far distant was Teats Coals und Other Groceries Sold Here In an East Lothian town an announcement was printed Balls und Murrlugo Par ties Purveyed I Kentucky State News I IN HIS OWN DOORYARD A Kentucky Farmer Shot and Kllle In Kenton County Covington Ky Oct 11John Spar row 33 was shot In the bead an heart and Instantly killed In hits own deoryurd by Shelby Wllbolt 22 1 neighbor three miles from llracbt SIn tton Kenton county Ky Mounte upon tho horse from the lack ot which bo fired the fatal shots Wllhol passed his own home like tho Ind as he raced for the railroad station at Uracht to escape the wrath of Spa rows friends and as he stated to hurry to Covington and give myself up 1o the police Time Covlngton polio were noting by telephone that Wl bolt left Hracbt headed for Cincinnati and Lieut Sanilfonl and Sergt Finns gun met the train at Ludlow and placed him under arrest ohnrged wit murder While lying on the cot In hIs cell nerves unstrung and apparent laboring under an awful strain Wl bolt In weak whispers told the story of the crime Yes I shot Sparrow ho said I never had any Intentoa or denying It no more than I hall of to tng to escape There hind been bni blood between us for a long time GEORGE LUNSFORD CAPTURED A Lynahlng May Be In Store For the Alleged Murderer Richmond Ky Oct 11 Georgt Lunsfonl who klll d William Manes and mortally wounded his brother Ir vine Maltese was captured by Sharif Garrett and lodged Inache Irvine Jail Iantfortl was Iu a cave on tot of harass mountain and was not ta ken until slier a bard fight Owing to the brutality of the crime feeling Is very btttar against the prisoner and threats of lynching are heart on all side SkerilT Garrett has tho jal heavily gHardtnl and promises a warn reception to a mob should one appear A telephone meaeago from Itlee Sta dory eight mllw west of mine stated that a crowd of more than SO MM paaMd there at dark deeded In UK illreoUon of Irvine It is belove that this la a mob going fur Luneford A BIG DEAL MADE Byrd and Stamper Sold Their Gas am 011 Holdings In Wolfe County ML Sterling Ky Oct UThe bI- gpet deal over made In the gas and 01- 1belt et Hat Kentucky was elosat when Floyd Byrd of Winchester any I H Stamper of Campton sold their boklinf1s Wolfe county to M D llaaea and J W Morehead of Staler rllle W Va for 1BJOO cub flit sew owners will drill for oil and ptpe TIB through tho streets of Campion Byrd te the attorney who made a repu attou In the Hargis trials A Romance of the War Lexington Ky Oat 11rke mnr- rtAp of Miss Miriam Greta Clay daughter of Thames IL day to Dr VilUara Cogewwi4 of Bestot tool place here Dr Cogswell was surgeon la one of the MaaeachuseUa volunteer vgtaiettta during the Spanish war sash net Mtee Clay while tIM soldH ra ware italloaed at Camp Hamilton near this city Special Judges Appointed Frankfort Ky Oct 11Oov Beck lIam appointed J J Nlsbot of Owlage rllle special judge of the Haiti circuit ourt and Maj D W Sanders of Louis rule special Judge of the Bell circul icurt Oath are to sit In cases where tile regular judges are disqualified Kentucky Grand Lodge I O O F S oMiyrllle Ky Oct 11lhe grand loop of Kentucky Independont Order ot Odd Fellows convened at the Crescent theater about COO represents the being present Time addreea of voloomo was extended by Mayor U C Willis on behalf of the city Sheriff Holland Trial Continued Paducah Ky Oct 11Ihe trial of iherlff Walter Holland of Murray on the charge of killing Hartley Key at Murray In January 1908 was call 00 by Special Judge B W Brailburn at Benton and continued until next ilarch by the commonwealth Eudora Sold For 3300 Lexington Ky Oct ItMatt Cohen 10111 hits how horse Hudoro by High mil Denmark tlnin Mnry C to Hnrbi ton Co for 8500 The mare has 1Hon defeated only twice In a long Utt- ct contests Winning 810 at the recent xmtsvllle horse show Maj Thomas To Retire loxlllllon Ky Oat 11Maj B Q rhoiuna the Nestor of the American urf und the breeder of Domino the argest American winning horse has leclded to dispose of his entire breed- Ing plant and consigned his horses to- Kle by auction Will Stop Tobacco Culture Brooksvllle Ky Oct 11A large umber of farmers of time county met at tfie court house In Brooksvllle aunty seat of Bracken county to ilraw a contract not to allow any seed or raise any tobacco for the year 1900 Tho Now Domain 011 and Gas Co a Inclnnatl concern struck a gusher Iu tbe Beaver creek Iy territory Chokes To Death on a Fig MI Vernon 0 Oct 11Dr Ablsha S Hudson 86 years old died lie poked to death on a fig He founded I kcokuk Medical college and contributed much to medical science lIe was I Idely known over the country A widow survives him RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Glranril Prom the Trnrtilna of Alt Dflililtllnntlniil Lore renders a loving service ant counts no cost too dour Itav T 0 Ale Hulvey IrosbytcrlHti Allegheny 1a- HrlpCulnri of the ftoipel The gospel contnlim tbe highest truths and Is as botpflil to time loarnetl as to mho simple Uov It W Frtebto Uptecc pullnu Detroit Ui Krnrrnt r of Society Christ Is time only living force that can regenerate society Ho U time out genulnu social reformer Cardinal Join Gibbons Itoimm Catholic Baltimore Patience Patience may be a womans virtue but wo are like that wondrous mini who bad n womans heart when wo im great In piitleuco Uov Dr Frank A Scofluld Methodist Xiv York Character end Fruit Character Is the one abiding thine In all the world In thus last itunlysta It Is always In character that we place our trust Nothing Is mON certain than the steadfast mind nnd miring once found It to bo steadfast It com mands our trust llov Clmrltw Mc Nully Baptist lowell Mass Longing of the Soul The huuiortul longings of the soul eau puny be satisfied by Owl livery faculty Nve iHHsess leads us to his feet Tbcrcrls no rent bapftliuMMi allrt front that which couiprubouds his lore and fluda UH supreme good by a steadfast devoteduijes to the precepts of lute law Her Henry Kuott Bptecopattflti Paris Ky Jean CVPF Illnpournnrtl No man wltb an holiest desire to do better should ever bo kept from try Ing Jesus Christ never becomes ills couraged with men as easily as they sometimes become discouraged with thtiiiiselvw Time door ef hop hi aster closed against any until closed Vf their own bands Bor lInt hunter Presbyterian New York The Nation Unlrrrmil Cnlllnar Blessed la that nation that has UerotM whose graves It may deck with Hewers of remembrance awl which heroes out of their very graves do coaUntMltr waru btlr iH oplo against all dark de signing kunvurt maid ratified It of its universal calll s Tu carry freedom unto nil bumanltyUev August t Ueuder Lutheran Allegheny Pa Iarpoieo of God Our present day Is rvvoeltag most clearly the purposes of JUMW The light of truth to Howling till werhl The ends wbki Jesus came te accem pllsh are being slowly but surely ellltl One netds to eoinMirc this age with sup other to sew UK marvelous ant working of the eternal purposes of OotLlter Dr W J Wilttamaou Bal tilt St Louis Dull of Religion It la the work ef reUglou to teach men to curb their pasetotM Whatever may be the creeds of Christendom the lUtles of mJlulou are stuapiud up IN one great oowimiiRlruuHt Thou shall loco the Lord Iky God with all Uij heart and rltb all Uiy ItCHII and with nil thy mind amid with all thy strength and thy neighbor as thyself When this Is no longer an hleal but a reality wars between nation and mistiest masses and Classen men and west will be aboll hedllev John Van SdwKflc- rn UnlversalUt Washlagtea Power ot Itelfxlnn- llellglou leads us back frees workU Incas to self recollection anti gives to touts fevered wltb sordid desires a quickening principle of a higher and nobler life Inspiring Intellect with ruth and the heart wltb a pure and salted love It nbluiatcti coitsetenco with a supreme sense of duty sad places thought In juxtaposition with ho will of God clothing ovary aspire Ion with a purifying virtue thus lead- Ing all tbo faculties of our being up Tend math onward toward perfection lev Henry Knott Kplscopallan Paris I CANT EAT Whenyournervcsarc all unstrung your appetitcfallsyouRndyou the bottom haddrou ped out of your stomach you Arc paying the penalty for the abuse you have Inflicted upon yourself by hastilyeate and Improper foodI Your digestive organs even though delicate will stand a lot of service but they resent illtreatment Dr CaldwelFsLaxatlui Syrup Pepsin Is the greatest remedy in the world for correcting and curing all forms of stom- abh and digestive trouble- It instantly imparts new life and vigor to these parts and keeps them in prime and perfect working condition Dontt watt until you are in the grip of these torturing complaints butget a dollar or halfdollar size of DR CALD WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN now at you druggists and forestall the trouble I Your money will be refunded If L youI will brine br return man our new booklet DR CALDWULLS BOOK WONDER and tree sample to those who bave never tried this vrouderful remedy Do It now IPEPSIN SYRUP Illinois CO For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY t tr via IIs j Pictures worth loolciilg nt Come and sec them Everything in the Furniture line 1I i L 0 LESTER Iin t 14 PUBLICSALESaturday I I will offer at Public Sale at Depot my Big Stock of General Merchandise In small lots or anyttny to uit purchasers Must have mono TERMS WILL BE CASHIWill also offer for salo privately my Dwellingas good a location as there is in Berua Store Room is 102 tijet long also side room and good dwelling over head Also one good Building Lot Sox 195 feet Nice Inwn fence around it Also one Lot adjoining containing QUO Building boxed and covered tow tory 30x30 feet Also has 20 good feed stalls on lot Moet suitable place in town for the hundreds of wagons cOining to this place My sales amounted to S 160000 in 1901 A P SETTLE Jr- BEREA KYkfJ Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 PLACBS Tim BHST EDUCATION IN ROACH OP ALL Ovor 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest Colloce Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCE Tutt years Course with ijrloiilUiro for young inon and Domustlo Saiontto for young ladles TRADE SCnOOLSCnrpontrrlrtnUng lIousewotkNursing two ymm NORMAL COURSES For toiiohora Tlircil i urns loading to County Cortifiwito Stale CurltHtrato and tattj Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Four ygars0tttng for College for liitHfneas II and for life COLLEGE COURSES LHonirji Salmtttfiut tiliisflfoal loading io Ilaconlaurmto dogrww t MUSIC Ohoml tfrco Howl Organ Vocal Piano Theory I Wo nro horo to luilp till who will help themselves tnwiml a ChrlfiUati mliioHlIon Our Instruction Is n frO gift StudonlH pay n small Inoitkiital fee to tnuot oxpon8o8 of tho uchool njwrt from liiHlruutlon stud Mast nlso I pay for Ixxird ia advance Kxjwnwa for fall term of 14 wttk may bo brought within 20CO 1ntor turn of 11 weeks 41SQ Spring turtuMof 11 wookH 2l2 Fall term oj oiiod September 18 Tho School IB endorBHl by Biiptlsls Chrlsltium Dlhplploit COlIgwblJ HoniillstH iIotlixlistH LrosbyloriunK and good ioplo of alldonotnluutlona I For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE CountyKyIBetea Madison oJ DR MOFFETTS TEETHING POWDERS ICwresDowel Troubles of Children I Jtny Jtse Aids ofII Rtjulilu the BoweSlrcn ITCosts Only 25c at Druggists or wail 25o to Co J t Lwis 1118- Mother r Hesitate no longor but save the hoalth and life ef your child as thousands have done by giving these powdois TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly countoracts and ever comes the effects of tho summers boat upon toothing children r r