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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tHHHHHIHI BEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Manager u JMkmt ml ht fatten U Hrrm w wwwt ter1 iIIoriI ttWNr oIHHHIIHIIHHHHIIIr1 VOL VII Five costa n copy TAKE NOTICE That olqcUon IB oust How saw you going to voto on the flinendment to the Constitution IDEAS The mind is a storehouse hut it flood not be n junk sloop Thorn in oftiii snore ClirteHunHy in Hilonce than in n semwn A lotof pnorgy Is expended In trying to find out thing wonronflw wards sorry that we know Tim timn who tan eliourfnlly wso iinothor muiipwl whom ho ling mind is riH for glory Many n iixin Js laiR olmiico of mure go by wltilo dreaming of- grtat things iU8tt1lflQf doing tlio little ones at baud IN OUR OWN COUNTRY I lovcruor Itakltaui leak declined T W Luwsous invitation to not on a rommittw to invcutigiitu insurance on the ground that precipitate net Ion uliilf the prpwiit iuvutttiuHtion ia on will imjmir fit hr than morwiso tliu ixlvaiitflgp t INO gnined by stock Iidthre proctutdbtgahave Kids the frailty uf Mrs Taggart and tin drniikfintiHM of hr hutlmud TisIn to have Mlalilinlied thy hart that tilt old pJirsne Mil oJIIear algditattarmy An inventijpttion into the uhcorefoiv of thiH might well attract tin attention of the Commander in Phial The Ithodi Island Democratic Stet Convention I IBM declare for rtf form uf tilt prtwtMil Urlff onnditfoiw and pltrlgrt mip ort to any OMMBtirttt rnwidtMil RiMwevelt pray recoMiiiwiul fr mi ImiMwt reduction of tlw tariff with tht ninoem hope that lie will lake council of the twophand not of ollirial adviMTN who uwUr the guise of luil d Slate nenatorx reprewmt tin nellili Jen1o th few ami iimitMfl delay Ooretior Folk end loMiraMv SuwriaUndfnt Vaudirer bare re wived the formal protest of the New York Life iMwniitce OomiMiiv wjpiiiwt tlie propuMid ouster of the company from Missouri unleas it rfplaora the contribution mate to tilt Republican campaign fund TIlt Government Agricultural De clOJrrbunhela more than the nrop of 11K2 hitherto the lumps Crop by 117 HNIOOU buflhel NotniUwtanding Ihw large crolthpric stands linn Pmwlrnl Mcdiidy of the Non York Mutual Lift declare that Life iiiMirann in u philanthropy a move ment for the Iwneflt of humanity Boil Mays that ittl pirpoc should not he to earn money fur those who pay premium Perhaps his attitude toward a aiirpliw in the trraauryof till oouiMiiy IIM IU rise hi hie effort to prerotit such a eatantrojihy FROM THE WIDE WORLD The union betwwii SBdon nUll Norway was oJHoially deolarod die ml VIM by the action of both IIOIiSWI of the Itiksdng on Monday If tins not disulving the Union Is iiiidurekxxl it lwvwt a door opon for the ruturn of Norway when Its ieoplB8lmlibuootne winur The tlron Imring been re fusel for taste of his roof by the ngwl King of Sweden the crown will now it in Mid In offerad to n Danish Prince Those who wiah for a re public Sri itriMiuously opposing such action Thuru IB trouble as usual in AiiHtrinIlungary 1h runs wish to vpurato from Austria nnd hath Czeolw and Utmuaiia at lingua united last week in H denvonatration in incur of uidvernal uirags Political turret in Cuba ooiitiiitii8 I luting At the olcctlon oil December olnghurrludU lit u serious question whuthor thu Cubans us H Htoplo aro randy for self goriirnmunt They soin to need n Dictator such IIH Mexico has in tho guiHtt of a President There is trouble In store for Vono zncla Threw war nhips urn now on llioir way thither nnd rendezvous nt Fort do Prunes Martinique Un less Inwidunt Cistro sliows udisiwsi tiun to explain his notion III regard to the French Cnblu Company and muku amends fur it the const of Venezuela will ho blockaded Andreas Cnrnogio in Ida nddrosoat openinginaugurated Hector diseiiHHed liujxifully tho outlook fur universal ptiui and dwlarod that five imtiiun or oven threes blinded together in it lengiir c f peace could banish all war t THE CITIZENI ISERKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1906 r HEARING RESUMED The Testimony in the Insurance Investigation Was Exciting Throughout the Day PRESIDENT MCURDY WAS JEERED Only Repeated Threats To Clear tile Itooin Prevented Violent Demon stratlons of Dlsujiprobatlon The Mutual Life Employed a Literary Bureau To Send Out To the Press of the Country Insurance News Matter Now York Oct 18 Testimony In the Insurance Investigation which was resumed Tuesday after a weeks ad journment of the toglataUve ooiaintt tee was most exciting throughout the oItallmanroom prevented violent demonstrations of disapprobation of the witnwa was Rlohord A McCurdy whoI the Mutual lAte Insurance Co was howevor there were jeers at eral periods of tho days 1MI that iemimrarily Interrupted the timony These oame when Mr lfugbe the counsel for tho committee asked questions that Mr MoCurdy woe relax tant to answer or evaded nail were made by th crowd that stood at the back of the room whloh long ago proved Inadequate to accommodate tHe counsel and witnesses summoned and the orowd of spectators that Increases with orery hoaring In Mr MeCurdys testimony Mrs day a feature entirely new WM die closed and this was that the Mutual Life Insurance Co employed a MUvary bureau to send out to the press of the country news matter that was of bene lit to the company Tills Information was elicited during the probing of the legs expenses account It came out when a voucher for the payment of fMOO to Joseph Howard jr In 1U04 was produced Another voucher for the same amount pakt In May lHf warn marked repayable on demand sad for profesetonal services Reduced Dividend on Policies During tho earlier sesaJou of the day an attempt won mode to obtain from Mr MeOurdy the reason for reduoiac UM dividends on policies as the bust nees Inereased and the oseets plied up This question wan prompted by the large number of letters received from policy holders by tho commutes and cited facts and examples These letters oame from all over the coun try Mr HuRhes explained but ho read a number from poMoy holders who lived In this city Tho examples oiled were principally on the tonpayment life plan One In particular for 3 MO that In 187C drew a dividend of JM75 had been gradually out until In 1904 It received only 3 The writer Inclosed tables and statements from the companys reports and sold that this was In the face of tho reserve In creasing year after year To all the questions on this matter tho witness raid that ho was not for tlfled with the Information required that these were actuarial matters sad when proceed for his opinion replied that he refused to discuss tho question or to enter any discussion Ho would proffer a witness his actuary whose buelnaea It was to know those things but as for himself ho would not dla cues Ute question Mr MeCurdys demeanor was so In suHanU and at Umos defiant that tho spectators bent forward to catch ovary word and stood on tiptoe oxpootlng every moment to hear him directed by onunRel to answer the question Ills proper of another witness was all that pnvnnled steps being taken toward his Indictment CONTEMPT OF COURT A Rule Issued Against Officials of tho Western Life Co Chtoogo Oct 18 Federal Judge 0 C Kohlnaat Issued a rule against G M Moulton K I Rosonfeld and B D Moore members of tho executive com mitten of the Western Ufo Indemnity Co to show cause why they should not be adjudged In contempt of court Attorney S O Lovlnson counsel for various policy holders declared that the threo olnolals had purchased 8000 shares of tho Security Life and Annu ity Co for 200000 September 20 aft or time court had issued a verbal In- Junction against any such transaction Attorney Lovlnson characterized tho proceedings as a direct violation of the Injunction Tho court hold that sufficient showing had been made for the rule to Issue Amount of Bonds Refunded Washington Oct I8lho amount of bonds received at tho treasury for rotund Into two per coat consols for tho first 16 days under tho secretarys otTor of September 18 is 22603600 of which 18480300 wore fours and 4207300 throes InsuranceITo Regulate Casualty Now York Oct 18Fho necessity for legislation regulating casualty In surance as well as life insurance com panics was laid before tho annual con vontlon of the board of casualty pA suretz unftorwritura In UUa city l Wow UNDER CONTROL Yellow Fever Situation at New Or loans Improved New Orleans Oct nReport to 6 p m Monday Now cases 16 total to date 88I9 deaths 3 total to date 484 aew foci 4 cane under trwt mint 139 ease discharged 1719 Believing that yvtlow fever in New Orleans Is now absolutely under eon tral Dr WHIte representlnR the rna riae aosfrUI senrtee eooeiders that hereafter the hiclMdiw of cease otMr than yellow fever It tie ottete reseed onffct to be avoided At the leas time lie believes that not a Jingle actual ease of the disease should riuppreaeed Aceordlacly Dr Wfctto has written a letter to President Ue Ooeouf of the New Orleans Medical society requesting that all physicians luring any doobts about the diagno sis of a case of fever bat requested to call upon some member of the board of Mpertx the diagnosis pt which toard or any member thereof wUI be unquallfledly accepted by the marts hospital service WESTMINSTER ABBEY I The Remains of Sir Henry Irving Will Be Interred There London Oct nThe dean of Vt minter Very Met Joseph Arnltagi Ilublaaoa announced that having re reared a request signed by leading niembera of the dramatic profession and other persons of distinction He had omitentMl to the Interment of the body of Sir Henry Irving In Westminster Abbey Baronerts OnrdettCootta who for many years had been a friend of Sir Hoary besides signing the request to the dean has offered to place her house in Stratum St tnecadllly at tile disposal of the Irving family on the day of tbe funeral owing to the Ia ronvral nce of starting the funeral procession from the apartments which had been occupied by Sir Henry TAGGART DIVORCE CASE Attorney For Mrs Tsooart Flied a Petition Per a New Trial WooHter 0 Ort 17 Attorneys tnt Maj Tagnart were given Ya surprise Monday evening when they learned that Judge Sniynfr attorney for Mrs Orate Tajrgart had flied a petition ran trial It was supposed that Judge 8my er had only given the IlOo1 tier to preserve her rtgbu Tbe BM Uon moves that Judge and decree beet aside for the following reews- That during the trial of the case Tfte court erred In admlM on of evidence In favor of palntlff and against de fendant that court wred la the ivjer lion of evidence offend by defendant because of Irregular7t n of the pre railing party by which the defrn taut was precluded from having a fair trial Impartial bearing GROUP OF SOLAR SPOTS Located In South Latitude and Can De Seen by the Naked Eye Washington Oct t1JIbe official at the naval oboervatory aunotmca that a large group of solar acts was observed with the photeltograph at that Institution The group has ad vanced about two days upon the disc of the sun visible In this vicinity and is located In south latitude Tbe group can be seen by the naked eye but with a telescope It is resolved Into a nom of snwll spots closely grouped together This II the largest sun spot ruble since last spring INJUNCTIONPROCEEDINGS Demurrer of the Western Life Indem nlty Co Sustained Chicago Oct IT Federal Judge C C Kohlaaat sustained a oennrrer ot the Western Life Indemnity Co In the injunction proceedings brought by policy holders Attorneys represent tag the policy HoMere flied an amended DUI Immediately Arguments on this will be heard next Monday The decision was a victory Gar the life in suraaoo company The company de murred to the bill for Injunction flied by policy holders to prevent tile transfer of the companys business to an other concern Hearst Declines the Challenge New York Oct 17 William U Hearst the Municipal Ownership league candidate for mayor declined to accept a challenge of WUitem M Ivlns republican nominee to appear In a joint debate on the campaign In suesLargest Ore Dock In the World Duluth lInn Oct17frhe Duluth Mesaba Northern railroad one of the big ore roads of steel corporation U to build In Duluth what will be tho largest ore dock in the world It will cost In the neighborhood of 000000 Death of William N Armstrong Washington Oct 17AVilllnm N Armstrong attorney general of the Sandwich Islands under the reign of King Knlakua during the administra lion of President Grant diet Monday morning at QarfleM hospital this city ExBank President Sentenced Kenoehn WU Oct 17 Frank S Komp of Chicago the former presi dent of the Kenosha State bank was sentenced in the rircult court to two years at hard labor in the state prison at Waupon fur forgery ANARMYSCANDALPost exander at Governors Island Placed Under Arrest HELD PENDING INVESTIGAFOIN rt reiwiiclos Nstluntted at From 8500 to 1000 III till Spirillff aofCoal Discovered BBUer Supplied To the League Island Mavy Yard at Philadelphia Proved To Be Colored With Coal I Tar Dye New York Oct ITAs the result ota scandal In the mar de pAtiment at Governors Island Port QhluteriiiMter Sergt Arthur II Alex 4rIMHUmg the completion of an lives tlfatlon which hat been prooeedtng September 17 The scandal Ja tea dlacrefMBdM estimated at train 19 to J 1000 In the aelllns of coal h the quanennaatera depart nwt to civilian resident m Govern m Island JUeiander who belonged to the IJUi Ifcfantry haa a letter signed by Ireel- 46Dt McKinley commending Wm for InfuUhed services at tIM battle of ntlago and another slgned by Gen U commending him for having kill the famous Plliptno outlaw Augur Ale jo- Waahtnitoti Oct 17That samples butter submitted aa portion of a quantity supplied to tile I mgflfl ad navy yard at Philadelphia prove M colored with coal tar dye IB the Mtance of a report which Chief emlat Wiley of the department of culture will submit to Swntarv lens Specimens Analyzed Specimens were recently taken for lyle from the League Island yards epltali kitchens and barracks from e United States receiving ship LaJ- aiMter and other navy craft by repre ptatlvea of the Pennsylvania dairy dull food commlaalon who are Bald toe obtained similar aampea from man who aoM the product Sec 7 Wilson will refer the report tot Hooaevelt who will in all uImitted to the state dairy and rood rommlaaJoner of Pennsylvania whose findings which omuaed a widespread WneyI i rotary lie said that coal tar dye rtyfe though unwholesome are not particularly harmful Dairymen he said are permitted under the law to use such coloring matter to Impart to their putter a rich yellow coor To render this unneoes nary the departmeat of agriculture Is i now trying to educate the popular taste In favor of uncolored butter and we are tasking some headway Dairy men are beginning to realise that the bottle of cost tar dye la no longer a necessary adjunct to a swsceaaul dairy The amount of oleomargarine wkl IB this country whether fraudu lenty H hotter or marked as oleo la after all very small The government has rendered the making and sale of the Gar unprofluit by levy lac ten eenta a pond on aU that Is artificially onto red and hat a cent if uaootored THE HANCOCK CASE 9 Lively Tnt Between States Attorney and Defendants Counsel WMhlagtoH Oct 17The decision of Coroner Carr of Hjattartlle Md to conduct behind closed doors the In Testlgatlwi Into the death of Btnma SwillwooU for which Winfleld Scott Haneock u new of Gen Winflald aItween States Attorney Magrauder and Robert T Wella defendants counsel and a fletlc eucounler between Attor ney Wells and a spectator In which his father Mayor Charles A Wells participated added interest to the CUE The ordering of secret sessions by tile coroner garsrise to the ru mon that sensational evidence would be adduced at the heating This de clsloii was the outcome of a oonton Uon by the states attorney that news- piper men and the public generally should bo exclude from hearing any of the testimony Attorney Wells bite ttrly opposed the proposition and de Glared that unless the Investigation was tin open one he would apply for a writ of habeas corpus and bring his client before the court for a prelimi nary hearing Consul General John K Gowdy Washington Oct 17Tobn 1C Goo ily who returned as consul general to Parts several weeks ago arrived here and after paying his respects to the president will proceed with his family to their old home In Rushvillo Ind Adm Togo Will Visit Italy London Oct nTlle Rome correspondent of the Morning Post says that it is the intention of Vlco Adm Togo and the Japanese fleet to visit Italy and that the admiral will bo re oolrod by King Victor nmmanuol A Family Newspaper i Eight Pages jj 11 11 1 N I I I I 1 I I I 1 +1 I I I H- One dollar a year NO 18 If 0 I v YMULu1 wUIty UrMK Vrtrn- M IIeIA 41r r- OAPITAI6NRPkU aooe- t oiws s Sept 14 05t 4 BANKING IS LARGELY a matter of i I confidence It will help you and help us to y become acquainted We invite you 9a to call at any time You may ex ti pert us to talk business We want to assist you in your inclination to 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moons pale beams his face I scan To know that everything has gone aright We reverent bow our heads together e bere- Deneath the boundless scope of heavens dome And offer thanks for such reunion dear With love all changeless still when he comes home Ruth Raymond In Ohio Farmer Dri and I 87 laVING BACHELLER Author of Ebea HoHen Dual ct the Blessed Isles Etc lOopjrlCbt 1X1 hILoUp rotlliMna Oomp n 7 CHAPTER XI COHTISCED I led my horse to the stable scraped him of lather and dirt give him a swallow of water and took the same Duyself for I had a mighty thirst In me When I came in she had eggs and potatoes and bacon over the fire and was filling the teakettle On my soul said she frankly you are the oddestlooking man I ever saw Tell inc why do you carry that long clubI looked down There It was under my arm It surprised me more than anything I over found myself doing Madame It Is because I am a fool I said as I flung it out of the door It Is strange said she Your clothesthey are not your own they are as if they were hung up to dry And you have a saber and spurs Of that the less said the better I answered pulling out the saber Un less unless madame you would like me to die young Mon Dleu she whispered A Yankee soldier With good French blood in him I added who was never so hungry In all Ids life I went out of the door as I spoke and shoved my saber under the house I have a daughter on the other side of the lake said she married to a Yankee and her husband is fighting ths British with the rest of you God help him said I Amen said she bringing my food to the table The great Napoleon ho will teach them a lesson She was a widow as she told me liv ing there alone with two young daugh ters who were off at a picnic in the near town We were talking quietly when a familiar voice brought me standing Judas Priest it said Drl stood In the doorway hatless and one boot missing a sorry figure of a man Hldln over n th woods yender he went on as I took his hand See thet air brown loss go by Knew Mm eoon es I sot eyes on imuse t ride 1m myself lied an idee t wus you n the saddlesot a kind o easy But them air joemightyful dos Jerushy Jane would nt be fit t skin a skunk In them clos would it Got em off a scarecrow I said Nough t mek a painter ketch Is breath they wus The good woman bade him have a chair at the table and brought more foodNeck is broke with hunger t Is Bartln said he as he began to eat lIev t light out o here purty mlddlin soon T aln no safe place t be Ton never dew for us t be Retched We ate hurriedly and when we had finished the good woman gave us each an outfit of apparel left by her dead husband It was rather snug for Drl and gave him an odd look She went but of doors while wo were dressing suddenly she came back to the door Go into the cellar she whispered They are coming CHAPTER XII I found he door and DrI flung our duds Into the darkness that lay beyond it Then he made down the lad- derI and I after him It was pitch dark In the cellar a deep dank place with a rank odor of rotting potatoes We groped our way to a corner and stood listening We heard the clink of spurs on the stone step Ah my good woman said a man with a marked English accent have you seen any Yankees Woods are full ot them around here No Well by Jove youre a goodlooking woman Will you give me a kiss He crossed tue floor above as and j the was backing way Come come fiont be so shy my pretty woman said ho and then we could hear her struggling up and down the floor I was climbing the ladder x la the midst of it my face burning I with anger and Dri was at my As the door opened I saw she fleeTsI len The trooper WILl bending her I had him Sy the collar and had hauled him down before he discovered- us In a twinkling Drl had stripped him of sword and pistol But It was one of the most hopeless situations in all my ute Many muzzles were point ing at us through the door and window Another hostile move from either would have ended our history then and there I let go and stood back The man got to his lceta handsome soldier in the full uniform of a British captainAh theres a fine pair ho said coolly whipping a leg of his trousers with his glove I 11 teach you better manners my young fellow Some o those shipwrecked Yankees he added turning to his men If they move without an order pin em up to the wall lie picked up his hat leisurely step ping In front of DrL Now my obliging friend said he holding out his hand I11 trouble you for my sword and pistol Drl glanced over at me an ugly look in his eye Ho would have fought to his death then and there If I had given him the word Ho was game to the core when his blood was up the same old DrL Dont fight I said lie had cocked the pistol and stood braced tho sword In his right hand I noticed a little quiver in the great sinews of his wrist I expected to see that point of steel shoot with a quick stab into the scarlet blouse before meShoot V be damned said DrL Tore I die ye II hev a hole or town thet air karklss o yours Shant give up no weepon tell yove gin me yer word ye 11 let thet air woman alone- I expected a volley then A very serious look camo over the face of the captain Ho wiped his brow with a handkerchief I could see that he bad been drinking Ab I see You have an Interest In her Well my man I want no share In your treasures I accept the condi tionEvil as was the flavor of this poor concession Dri made the best of It She s nn honest woman for all I know said he handing over the HE LIGHTED TIlE CANDLE AND WENT ABOUT POURING ITS GLOW ON EVERY WALL AND CORNER OF oun CELL weapons Aint again t see no ledy mlshused nut cf I can help it Wo gave ourselves up hand and foot to the enemy there was no way out of It I have read in the story books how men of great nerve and skill have slaughtered five to one escaping with no great loss of blood Well of a brave man I like to bellcvo good things My own eyes have seen what has made me slow to doubt a story of prowess that has even the merit of possibility But when there are only two of you and one without arms and you are in a corner and there are 10 pistols pointing at you a few feet away and as many sabers ready to be drawn I say no power less remark able than that of God or a novelist can bring you out of your difficulty You havo your choice of two evils surrender or bq cut to pieces We had neither of us any longing to be slashed with steel and bored with bul lets and to no end but a good epitaph They searched tho cellar and found our clothes and wrapped them in a bun die Then they tied our hands behind us and took us along tho road on which I had lately ridden A crowd came Jeer Ing to the highway as we passed tho little village It was my great fear that somebody would recognize either one or both of us Four of our men were sitting In a guardhouse at the British camp After noon mess a teamster drove up with a big wagon Guards came and shackled us in pairs Drl being wrist to wrist with me They put a chain and ball on Drls leg also I wondered why for no other was treated with like respect Then they bundled us all Into the wa gon now surrounded by impatient cavalry They put a blindfold over the eyes of each prisoner and went away at a lively pace Wo rode a long time as it seemed to me and by and by I knew we had come to a city for I could hear the passing of many wagons and the murmur of a crowd Some were shouting Shoot the ddYan kees and now and then a missile struck among us There is nothing so heartless and unthinking as a crowd the world urcr I could tell presently by the creak of the evenor and the wereIThey led us forward a few paces the chain rattling on a stone pavement When we heard tho hang of an iron door behind uu tUer unlocked the heavy fetter This done they led us along a gravel walk and over a sounding stretch of boards a bridge I have always thought through an other heavy door and down a winding flight of stone steps They led us on through dark passages over stono pav ing and halted us after a long walk letting our eyes free We wero IB black darkness There were two guards bo fore and two behind us bearing can dles They unshackled us and opened a lattice door of heavy iron bidding ra enter I know then that wo were go- Ing into a dungeon deep under the walls of a British fort somewhere on tho frontier A thought stung me as Drl and I ontored this black hole and sat upon a heap of straw Was this to be the end of our fighting and of usf You can have a candle a day said a guard as hb blew out the one he carried laying it with a tinderbox on a shelf In the wall of rock beside me Then they filed out and tho narrow door shut with a loud bang We peered through at the fading flicker of the candles They throw wavering ghost ly shadows on every wall of the dark passage and suddenly went out of sight Wo both stood listening a mo mentCurso the luck I whispered presently Jest cs helpless cs If wo was hung up by the heels said Drl groping his way to tho straw pile Aln no use glltln wrathy- What 11 we doY I whispered Dunno said he an when yo dun no whut t dew don dew nuthln Jost stan still thcts whut I bllcve in He lighted tho candle and went about pouring Its glow upon every wall and into every crack and corner of our cella small chamber set firm in ma sonry with a ceiling so far above our heads we could see It but dimly the candle lifted armslength Judas Priest said Drl as he stopped tho light with thumb and fin ger Im gain t set hero n th straw luk an 01 hen n lie up m thinker n set er goin One o them kind hoe t keep is mouth abet er he cant never dew no tbinkln Bymby likes es not Ill have suthln t say et 11 mount fsuthln We lay back on the straw In silence I did a lot of thinking that brought me little hope Thoughts of Loulson and Louise soon led me out of prison After a little time I went philandering in tho groves of tho baroness with the two In comparable young ladles I would wil lingly have stood for another bullet if I could have had another month of their company The next thought of my troubles came with the opening of the iron door I had been sound asleep A guard came in with water and a pot of stewed beef and potatoes Thet air a all right said Dri dipping into it with a spoon We ate with a fine relish the guard a sullen silent man with a rough voice that came out of a bristling mustache standing by the door Luk where said Drl to the guard as we finished eating I went t ast you a question Ef you bed a purty com ftablo hum on t other side n tew tbcusan dollars n tho bank n boeees n evrythlng fixed for a good time V all uv a sudden ye found yerMlf a sech a goldum dungeon os this hereof what ud you dew The guard was fixing the wick of his candle and made no answer Want ye f think it nil over said Drl Sco of ye cant think o suthln Boothln t say God knows we need it The guard went away without an sweringGot him thlnkln said Dri as he lighted the candle Ho can help us some mebbe Would nt wonder cf he was good et clphirln If he offered to take two thousand I dont see how we d give It to him said I lie would nt take our promise foritThet aln again t bother us any said DrI lied thet all figgered out long ago He gave me the candle and lay down holding his ear close to the stone floor and listening Three times he shifted his car from one point to another Then he beckoned to me Jest hot yet ear there nf listen ho whispered- I gave him the candle and with my car to the floor I could hear the flow of water below us The sound went away in tho distance and then out of bearing After a white It came again What does It meant I asked Clpherln a lectio over thet air saId he as ho made a long scratch on the floor with his flint Then he rubbed his chin looking down at It Main Jest eggacly med up my mind yit addedWe out tho light and lay back whispering Then presently we beard the coming of footsteps Two men came to the door with a candle one being the guard we knew Come young fellow said the lat ter as he unlocked the door and beckoned to mo they want you upstairs Wo both got to our feet Not you he growled waving Drl bade Not ready fer you yet He laid hold of my elbow and snapped a shackle on my wrist Then they led mo out closing the door with a bang that echoed in tho far reaches of the dark alley and tied a thick cloth over my eyes Good luck Drl cried out as they took me away For both I answered as cheerfully as I could They led mo through winding pas sages and iron doors with that horn ble clank of the prison latch and up flights of stone till I felt as lost as one might who falls whirling in the air from a great height Wo soon came out upon a walk of gravel whero I could feel the sweet air blowing Into my face A few minutes more and we halted where the guard who had hold of my elbow rang a bell As them door swung open they led mo In upon a roft carpet Through the cloth f seaM sea a light- Bring him In bring him In a voice commhnded Impatiently a deep heavy vole the sound of which I have not yet forgotten The guard was afraid of it His hand trembled as ha led mo on Take ort the blindfold said that voice again As It fell away I found myself In a largo and beautiful room My eyes were dazzled hy the light of many candles and for a little I had to doss them 1 stood before two men One sat facing me at a black table of carved oatta man of middle age In the uni form of a British general Stout and handsome with brown eyes dark hair and mustache now half white and nose aquiline by the least turn be im pressed me as havo few men that over crossed my path A young man sat lounging easily in a big chair bo side him his legs crossed his delicate fingers teasing a thin mustache I no ticed that his hands were slim and hairy Ho glanced up at me as WOB as I could bear tho light Then he sat looking idly at tho carpet The silence of the room was broke only by the scratch of a quill In the hand of the general I glanced about me On the wall was a largo painting that held my eye I saw presently It was that of the officer I had fought In the woods the one who fell before me I turned my head tho young man was looking up at me A fine set of teeth showed between them Do you know him T he asked coolly I have not the honor was my re ply What Is your name the general demanded In the deep tone I had heard before- Pardon mo said the young man quietly as It he wore now weary of the matter I do not think It necessary There was a bit of silence The general looked thoughtfully at the young man If your lordship will lot me ha went on My dear Sir the other interrupted In the same weary and lethargic man nor I can get more reliable knowledge from other sources Let tho fellow go backThat will do said tho general to the gourd who then covered my eye and led me back to prison Lying there in the dark I told Drt all I knew of my mysterious Journey My account of the young man roused him to the soul Wha kind uv a nose hid her he inquiredRoman I eald Dent in at the plnt a leetle VM And black hair shingled abort YesAn tall am a kind uv a nasty snookln miaablefeoMn OUN- Jiwt about the look of nlmI said Judas Print lIea one o them casks et tuk me when you was fightln t other feller over there n the woods M i Looks rather bad for ui I re markedDoes hev a rather squeaky luk tew I ItMitt he All we got f dew is fkeep braathln jest as natral V easy ea we can be UK we farglt how Ma7 fool em fast they know To Be OoatlWMd DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND Proponed Victim of MUplnerd Car fldenoe Iruvv lo He a Slaa- ol Ileiourcri The following story comes from Bat glum says the Philadelphia LeQtaa Two fellow travelers got into eon versation and came upon the subject of free luggage when asked leave ta measure tho others trunk Tho result was that the measurer said Your trunk Is seven and onehalt centimetres too long and hu no right to be in the compartment of free luggage I am a railway Inspector and gl1meconfidence was however equal to the occasionKindly lend mo your measure that I may satisfy myself on the subject Then with a polite smile I am a director In the royal weights and mews ure office To my great regret your measure Is not stamped as required by law so that first your measuring hi not legally valid and secondly it It my painful duty to subject you to a fine of fifty francs Please give cna your name and address Senator Morgan Eclair A colleague tells an amusing story In which Senator John T Morgan hIis quite nearsighted Is the main figure It appears that the Alabama statesman while at dessert ono oVen Ing In a hotel at Hot Springs Va ex j aep1araUngthe colored waiter what ho thought was a chocolate eclair It stuck fast so Senator Morgan pushed his fork qulto under it and tried again to pry It up Suddenly he became aware that hIS friends at the table were convulsed with laughter which much mystified him But his surprise was even greater when the waiter quietly remarked Pardon me senator but thats mj thumb Saturday Evening Post Particular Witness How far off were you when you saw the horse do what you sayZ asked the tate Sir Frank Lockwood Seven yards three feet four an n half Inches was the reply How comes it you are so sure about the distance pursued Sir Frank Because replied tho witness I expected some teal w another would Ml the question so 1 measured it Smiths Weekly A ZOOLOGICAL GAME Long List of Names of Animals Which May De Used to Afford Amusement for a Company These linos which the Writer offers as something of a curiosity may be used with fine effect at a parlor entertainment They should be memorized of ourae and recited without referring to the paper Any boy or girl with fair olo sutlonary ability coold make a decided sensation with them And then are they not a pretty good study in natural history It will be noticed that the list Is al phabetical 10 far as tho Oral word of each line Is ooncorncd and that the ani mals and birds are mixed up In tho most Incongruous way this was done on pur pose of course Alligator Beetle Porcupine Whale Bobolink Panther Dragonfly Snail Crocodile Monkey Buffalo Hare Dromedary Leopard Mudturtle Bear Elephant Badger Pelican Ox Flylngflsh Holndeor Anaconda Fox duineaplg Dolphin Antelope Goose Hummingbird Weasel Pickerel Moose Ibex Rhinoceros Owl Kangaroo Jackal Opossum Toad Cockatoo Kingfisher Peacock Anteater list Lizard Ichneumon Honeybee Rat Mockingbird Camel Graaahopper 1lous- Nightingale Spider Cuttlefish Grouse Ocelot Pheasant Wolverine Auk Periwinkle Ermine Katydid Hawk Quail Hippopotamus Armadillo Moth Rattlesnake Lion Woodpecker Sloth Salamander Goldfinch Angleworm Dog Tiger Flamingo Scorpion Frog Unicorn Ostrich Nautllue Mole Viper Gorilla BaallUk Sole WblppoorwllUleaVcr Centipede PanXantho Canary Pollywog Swan Yellowhammer Eagle Hyena Lark Zebra Chameleon Butterfly Shark A MUSICAL GLASS Some Peculiar Results Obtained with- a Tumbler of Water ind a Paper Cross This pretty experiment should be made with a thin cut glaaa goblet and It would be all the better If the glass should have a high note when you tap It with your finger nail Cut out of stiff writing paper a arosa with arms of equal length and laying It on the top of the gloM tarn down each end of the tour arm so that tIe cruse will not slip off Having thus fitted the cross take It off the glass and pour water into the AS TUB QUASH SHOULD LOOK lAtter until It la nearly full Now wipe the rim carefully ao that not a particle of moisture remains on It sad replace the crow You can make the glass vibrate sad give forth a sound by rubbing your dampened finger over some part ef the exterior says the Chleage Inter Ocean That Is why we have called It the musical glaaa but an oven more wonderful experiment may be made with It- Suppose for Instaaee you rub your dampened finger on the glass Just un dor one of the arms of the cross the cross will not move But rub It between any two of the arms and the cross will begin to turn slowly aa If by magic and will not stop turning until one of the arms reaches a point immediately over tho place you are rubbingYou can thus move your finger around the glass and make the cross move u you please A Curious Candle A curious candle Is made by the Indiana on the Pacific coast or British Columbia It Is little fish called Edfanchon or candloflsh In length It Is no longer than one Inch and looks like a smelt In fatty material It is tho richest of alt fishes and from this It becomes an excellent substitute for candles The Indians dry It and then it will burn with a bright flame Sometimes they light It simply at the tall but often they run a wick of woody threads through tire body of the fish Dried and smoked this fish makes a delicious food for winter useat least the In dian say so and tho oil Is used in place of butter by the squawsPhiladelphia Press Mysterious Guests I People assemble In ono room A stranger appears at the door lie Is dressed to represent some rharacter In history poetry or wing The purpose of the game Is to lecognlze who the guest is Ho may bo Slnbad the Sailor Martha Washington Santa Claus or Little Bo Peep or a host of other friends of us all As the guessers say It Is so and so If their guess Is wrong the mysterious guest shakes his hood sadly If the guess bo right he claps his hands bows pleasantly and disappears A lot of fun can l It had at a childrens gathering where the characters chosen ate opular with tbo childrens tastes Philadelphia Press A PLUMCAKE PUZZLE The Learned Professor Bakes n Cake That Causes HU Family Much Study to Cut Is a very Interesting puateIfIHorethe father of five children who professor of mathematics at a big college and who was also a fine cook as told by the Chicago Inter Ocean Now this very talented t man wished to bake his chil dren and his wlfo I cake so i he took a square tin and soon created the strange looking affair tho top of which Is shows In Fig 1 The ten black spots represent ten plums and the shaded square in TUB CAKH AND HOW IT WAS COT the tep of a solid cube of whlah extended right down to bottom of the eake The profaaaor called his wits thejchildren when the take was ready be served and said liars Is a square sake there ten plums au top at It and It te theII finest cake Ive ever baked Tho children all smacked their lips and wanted earns but their father only laughed at theta saying You east have a raeulfeful until yeu divide tba cake In such a way as lb aaabto you to aaah hue an equal share of a ttatlter shape cash sharetconlnUIng two ef the plsmeand rhoeolata mwt bo given Intact to your lear mother It took the children nearly Hit an hour to guase the right way to cut that rake See If you can tIM out bdre you lOOk at Pig 2 A TALKING MACHINE now a Toy TruMjHt Mny De Mad to TalkAn lBsth mBtai de Out of a Spool and Rubber Band Would you Uko to make a talking machine If you have a toy trumpet put the small tad In year mouth aad your two Mate over the large or funnel cud Now blow through the trumpet sad spa and abut your hands owe quickly The ayllnbm ass will be sounded and If you re rest this IB a quick aaecaeaten the word iMsasM will be aceken by tike trumpet It my lane a atrMmt Bound IIOMEMADUTALKINCJMACinNB but it will nevertheless be a spoken wordAnother good Imitation of the human voice says the Chicago Inter Ocean may be made by taking a largo empty spool and stretching across the hole at one end two rubber bands The band must be close together at their edge but must not overlap You can tack or tie tho ends over the Bide of the spoolWhen you blow through theotherend of the spool the bands vibrate like the human vocal chords and make a sound something like the human voice which wlj change according to tho forte with which you blow A Boys Age While the agent waa nailing farm machinery at the house tbo friend at the gate held his horse and a conver sation took place with tho small boy of tho family With grave Incredulity he was say ing Are you sure you are only nine years old f I think there must be some mistake The boy was positive but to make sure Mal he called Alnti I Just nine years old Yes son After a time he vculured Say mis ter what made you think I was moreithan nine yeast oldl Why said tho stranger I couldnt understand how you could get so dirty In nine years l Why He CriedISlsWhl1t you I gggot a llckinr Weir dont you mind Aw gwanl Thats what II got licked ICleveland Leader r 11LI t tttMt1HhHH1II1NIt1HtF- L CCMntRLANDGArTmL1iNOot101905- rr Donr B T 0 Momboni I Imvo onjoyod reading tho luttore St from many of you thin Buimnar I feel that it bus boon a grunt hulp to mo in tny work I have triad tunny of tho Buggofttioim ofTarcd and Imvo found many of them good and hulp I ful I Imvo roallzud morn than over that In union there in strength thoyhnvocould Imvo dono hnd thoy not be longed to tho B T CT I have finished ton weoks I will vloso Friday before Christmas with u good onlortninmont I invito you all to como Wo will like n trip to the Cumberland Mountains whoro wo can gut a view of throo status Ken tacky Virginia and Tennomuo also four towns mid from tho plnnnolo ono cnn lice tho mountains stretching outward for eighteen anion Tho earth mounds or forts nre to be twin whore our grandfathers struggled In the great Civil War splendidlyI n liens Booos WALNUT GHOVB KT Oct IS 1000 DIr B T C Membors I am almost ashamed to writo after delaying so long but I suppose it is lxttt r now tlmn never I am touching my IHMIW school and find my work very pleasant won moro TO than I Rllt1oipattd I have enrolled 68 out M US T iifyittU being 0 pal1a- ilnppreotstoI my pin very inualt r think It in a beauty myIand Prof Lawfes U1 M on leaching aud hero fwind many of them to bo good Let each Hwmljor of till eluu do his duty well ami then in days to come wt elm meet our MtttilentH with an unMtertnl ooNHcienee know lug wa did our host for them Yours tIE THOMPSON Notes MiM Dollie Jrn U finished her three tuoutlw of work IAe third twieher in tine Bronilhtrnd Helmed during the roll fart of the term and is now v iAitl brother in Aurora Indi SheNOR reports good AUPCMMS i- uIr work slidsays she will lit in lJnrH dr the winter twin DryIlillH oodtlchoulufH the work end will Ira in IWwi afain the coining winter Chas B AndHrran is ntilf gutting on well with his selwol nod HJKW to have n line Tltankagiring cuitortidn inant Names of Streets There la before tho Town Board awaiting final nation at tho regular meeting of Novamlwr 14lh nn ordin ance to establish names for tho BtncU of Boron The aim fa to make the names conform in geneml to those at present used whether or not officially designated Citizons intoreflted mire inritod to mnko IUggliltlOUJL V DOM Ohnirmnn You aro invltwl to onll nud see tho UNIt and OhonjKist Clothing on earth high grade Sanitary Pawn Brokers nil Wool Ovor oonlH Contn nod Vosts Odd ContH Ladles Sacks eUpft Skirts Suits oil at time Now StreotlIJlrla Why Refer to DoctorsBec- ause we make medicines for them We rive them the formula for Ayers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis consumption They trust it Then you can afford to trust froSold for over 60 years Aye ra Cherry IXtoril Is a mnrdy that fllatdaalknow what a splendid incxlleliin It U I canI not recommend It too highlyIIARK K COIIEK hlyde Park III 114 aradb7JOA7rOofowhlllanA i lJerS SARSAPARilLAI chorryPectoralI 1 n A Fair Advantage Dy JOIN G nOWMANI I Ocpjrrlgbt 1KB by Julio O lowtn I uITho steamer Qlemnont In tow of double run was clmnilntf Its way i down the MUwlMlpnL Iwlli Ilnrnet was the pilot and wo Knniat and I were slope lu the itllot house Neither Imd spokn a word for halt an hour or more when the cuptalu of thu steamer opened time door cud sold roughly Itarnot that eurtuxl mate tool to the batik back hers Tim fool wild ho was goIng to get nmrrlod Tie up at IM Crones Time old pilot did not nuswur Ho did riot look at time captain but ronmlncd motionless tipper back lu his hiGh elmlr by the wheel his uvon rusting on the fur water blue hqvond time raft The captain BlaiuiiKxl shut the door and walked heavily over the hurrlcnnc deck and down Uae stop to the dock below Tlmt mute n foolT Barnut rotleeted Well in yltq and uioybo not unmet loaned over to the window for omo tobflrvo ttlu bOKu to fill Lie a There was mi sound but the iuni Jar breathing of time Htoaiuor niid the week wash wnuli of tho big wheel at the stern fly and by the pipe was I Itghtud Its u common uninteresting way folks got nowadays of KQttlug mar rimed the pilot began Dont you know It lit Common old prose from time beginning I made no answer Do you know well It wee buck In 00 1 Val pulling an oar on an old Mooting tuft We didnt have teamoro to piMh em then A young follow you taiowftiroag good looking He turn ed to me with n grin and then watched sonic amok curl over the pilot wheel TtaHHi are different now Well there wjw aeltotfe town wi the SIHBfcwIppI tlieffl dllfthRt Will where slip lived the cM Jwu know I ttoo8 time UarA by our femtriHi to lIt town OUter towns we Just sort of luurttnartw to tell thow tar off wo were Wo went slow Net before we get to It afa wee always rtewu aw taw sexed to see ua- Weil aU there was uother fellow on tbat raft sort of a clerk end mate or BlwrMMn when the captain want ed to lie lacyflort of a gwral boss ato l Important You know Iw Hfttiral on the same girt INwr derll I dont know what became of Mm We were going down he river spring of 00 Majr no wlud easy HotUUtjC The wa ter was all like lust out there unmet pointed to a broken tier pf rrlOMon and green lu the water that mu from the lust to Uw bank The sunset was above the bill beyond The middle of the next Morale we were wHHhnr to that wty tewa b WB teiliiiK you abut You know that Hl tit I dfclnt sloopno work to do eltber I drotliMd down between two big logs comfortable awl listened to that raft pnr The waves you know ntttUM around soft between the loge UiHir Uiat tree toad then that clil wa cblwaT Well I heard them that nlBtat Next morning lee wind was blow log a gale to oaalwanl acrew the ClH1- uMI Itiiibt right r tbe Ntlll kept calling IB bis deep votes Itlgbt rl litr yon KNOW that way Good reugU old fellow bee dealt now Id like to Iwflr hike cell them signets agHln We woro JIll at the awetfp oars wwrWng tlredl Young fallow you dont knew what It bt to be tirodr DHt okl idiot turned to me then rolll hts pip No brpikfnat that menUag7 ho wont OR I dont know whygucis Uie cook had to toke a hand at the oars That happuned sometimes Well there wan that town coming lu sight sad I was working to keep time wind from blowing us right lu ou the bank In front of It Pretty soon I see the GIrlwore a white druaano lint Saute time I SAW that clerk I was tolling you about We had only ono boat ou the flout and there was that clerk with awhile collar on making for to shore ashore lu that boat He had a commanding voice I begun to pull again with the oilier fel lows about twenty of thorn Pretty soon I sec tho captain coming down to tho bow where I was Ho wns whit tling a stick The clerk was suet about to shove oft Well that captalnho was a good fellow there nlnt anymore like him now ou tho river ho came down to mo and stood quiet a minute cutting that stick Leslie ho says what towns this were coming t07 Let mo see I larS beginning to look around a Never mind ho returned I see you dont know The winds getting high Well lay In a nubs below ho said soft Leslie he says dont bo afraid of getting wet That captain didnt say another word He wont off whittling that stick I see the girl wave to us I see the clerk wave back and shove oft In the boat 1 didnt have time to waveI Jumped In nod swam for It The other fellows didnt make n sound thought they hadnt noticed Pretty soon I see the clerk and the girl slinking hands Then she watt looking at me Wen the clerk was I told you It was May and the water hadnt heated up yet fur summer Next thing I was on the bank shiver lug too much to talk That girl como over nod extended her hand to me No says I Tin too wet to touch you Youre fool enough to belt drown and lose your Job too put In time tlerk 1 didnt have much to say waiting levilopmcnts you know The clerk was looking mean Unmet ho says then gutting kIndthat girl never could stolid anything mean IJaruct he says Til give you time boat sos can get back to time raft and save youj Job He started for tho bont see ho know wo were going to lay n 1 mile below us tho captain Raid Id be doing him n double furor taking that ass+ t back and gutting myself out of time way too Well says I I conic nnhoro t41 say a word with this girl nmlI could hardly tAlk1 nlnt sold qulto all of It yet That clerk well ho wont over nmli started to take tho girl by the walk off His shoes wore slummed You know she wasnt In any hurry aiook nliorc I didnt como ashore for nothing as I explained I says 11 wni hungry and beginning to get inortn Inside like time dark Tills mini she began Buying to the clerk my brothers got some dry Clothes oho wont ou nut Pin going to take him up to the house anti huve him put oin on Hell Mitch cold You she went on to the clerk you can sec mo sotto other time Sho made a little sign and you know lint girl mod mo started off I kept my eye on the clerk though Well we hadnt gone three stops whom you know the follow on tho raft lot out a Dpi was waving his hat to us They all cheered agaIn and then they called something to time clerk I dont know what It was That girl waved back Next thing thoy wore all singing I cau hoar em now I didnt pity the clerk then poor devil I dont know what became of him Ilarnot slipped down out of his chair sent the slow boll signal to tho holler room and walked over to me Ills pipe was out A lock of gray hair full over like forehead Boy ho sold to me Ill show you where that girl lives by and by were coming to It We got the best Jersey cow In our pasture you over sow Once the Wronir Card Tho Into Governor Unssoll was a fine conroAatlonallst and always en toyed talking He was asked to ad dross n meeting In ono of the small cities of Massachusetts ono evening and went by train The cars were quite well filled when be got in so he asked n gentlomnn It the vacant Boat boahlo hint wee engaged and receiv ing R negative nod In answer sat down Immediately he started n con venation which lie carried qn until the city wee reached where both men alighted Before they left the train they exchanged cards and shook wads cordially when they separated on the station platform Governor Ituseell arose to address the mteetlug and commenced by mak log nattering remarks on the city and iwnle awl sekl I mot one of your eittaani on the tram earning here tonight and we lad a most enjoyable conversationIn feet I dont know when I lane bad such a delightful talk as I lied with him By the way bo gave me him nand taking It from lib pocket end reading time tame on It At this tINt audience was convulsed with laughter The governor was somewhat taken aback and foiled to wq the point and so asked n friend overIdeaf mid dumb Boston Herald The Pnmt llrrnllnl One of the charms of travel particu larly among historic scones Is the privilege of realizing more fully that part of which we have road and thought and dreamed Hut much read Ing and thinking need to be done before the traveler starts for n country so rich In memorials of the past as Is Greece The author of Two English women In Greece repeats n story which flings a stone at an American Of course the lovor of art or of nrchae ology should avoid all miscellaneous alliances aud It bo cannot fall In with those who know let him take a guide and worry It out by himself Other wise ho will receive shocks such as greeted the ears of a party of enthu stoats who steeped In classic lore ascended to the Parthenon one moon light night when column and ar chitrave rock and ruin alike seemed wrapped In silvery silence Hero burning with religious ecstasy pulse beating to throbbing thought the deep stillness of tho hour was cut by tho shriek of Athenes owl but the words It said were strange There Is a smell up here that puts mo In mind of a bucketful of buckle berries nUT Your Own Paper A man who was too economical to subscribe for his home paper sent his little toy to borrow time copy taken by his neighbor In his haste the boy ran over a four dollar stand of bees and In ten minutes looked like n warty summer squash His cries reached his father who ran to his assistance and fulling to notice a barbed wire fence ran Into It breaking it down cutting n handful of flesh from his anatomy and ruining a live dollar pair of pants Tho old cow took advantage of tho gap in the fence and got Into the corn Held and killed herself eating green corn Hearing the racket the wife ran upset a four gallon churn of rich cream Into a basket of kittens drown ing tho whole lock In her hurry alma dropped a twentyfire dollar set of false teeth Tho baby left alone crawled through tho spilled cream and Into the parlor ruining a twenty dol lar carpet During time excitement tbe eldest daughter ran away with the hired titan the dog broke up eleven sitting liens and the calves got out and chewed the tails off four fine eltlrts Kansas City Journal Humor ani Philosophy- Dr DUNCAN M SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS Summer vacation Is at humid for moat of IM urn wo spond the tlmo worry lug about whore we shall go and what wo shall do whoa we get there Summer rysort weather has been on bund for some time In the past and wise onus will salt down n supply and put It on Ice for Use when the ether kind comas along It always puzzles a man to know whether the girl who says she does not like Ice cream Is only leading him on Tho fool who rocks the boat Is about ready to rccalro his yearly average of drowning 1 It Is not hard to Invent a new Ian KUag Every woman with n baby Originates one It Is but a step from the sublime to the ridiculous when a dignified mans toot finds a banana pool Perhaps a cyclone is unpopular be bruise it never stays long enough In a place to make friends It Is lucky for woman that man cant understand her otherwise she would cease to be Interesting Perhaps the reason why hot weather Is so bad for the temper Is because It Js also so bad for the pocketbook Adds to the Joy I I It Is a very pleasant sight To Me a garden growing Particularly It you have i A man to do the hoeing Elopementsj Is sup posed to bo a secret affair which the Irls mother thinks site Is downtown taking a music lesson and Uio young nans parents are quite confident that tlO U slinging dry goods and watching vlth both eyes for a chance to rise In lie world there are some elopements that are built on a different plan the bride to bos mother going so far as to put them up a lunch When a girls parents cannot afford a wedding and It becomes a question of walking up to the Justice of the peace whom everybody In town knows and hearing him say Youre hitched three dollars loan tho average girl prefers a little Jaunt over to the next county for there U a tinge of romance about that Another advantage In having the old folks know It Is that they wont have to spend any money telegraphing home for forgiveness Keep It Quiet In summer drinks the microbe lurk They toll us by the score Dont tell tho soda fountain clerk Or he will charge us more Terrible Alternative He was too proud to beg and too honest to steal Poor maul What happened to hint Did ho starve Worse than that lIe had to go to work Among Those Present Does he cut much Ice In public affairs None nt all Say he Is of about as much importance In a town meeting as the bridegroom at a June wedding Inseparable The tAW and the prophets Once ruled oer the land The law and the profit Still walk hand in hand Natural to Them He claims to have conversed with spiritsWhat language did they talk Ono of the dead languages I pro sume FOR SALE House Lot in Berea Lot five rods by eight rods and twenty links Good fence About one dozen fruit and shade trees Boxed house six rooms all coiled Good well Small barn two stalls and hay loft Joining lot to District School for whites nud in half a 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and less trouble to you o- OAOte0101f OAOOit0il0it0tOtOieA Tor Your Protection wo plnco thlH luhcl on every imckngo of Scott KmnlHlon line Miami with It fish on his buck ID our trademark und It Is n Kiiurnntco that Scotts Kmul slou will do nil that itt clammed for It Nothing butter for limp throat or bronchial trnnblwa In Infant or nilnlt ScottH Kmnl slon Is one of the 1reate4 llosli builders known to the medical world nVH aad you a tampla Inc L SCOTT BOWNE 405 Vrnrl III reo New Voile tI DR MOFFETTS TEETHING POWDERS Dr WG BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner FOR SALE- A row fresh Jersoy Cows Apply J W HERNDON throe miles from Boron on tho Rlohnioml Pike Real Estate 1 have quito a number of building lots and somo improved property in Borea for sale Also farm and tim her lands in Madison Rockcnstle and Estill Counties I also have two good forms with store houses upon them and good stnnds for selling goods Any one daslriug such property should call ou me J P BICKNELL Borca Ky t GREAT CENTRAL C II A DPsre M r jiH teC C4 L The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains All New t- oTOLEDOAN- Do ETRQITTllnoloit Charlevoix Petoskey Bay View Wequetonsing Harbor Springs pointsinparticliIursD G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati MonumentsURNS STATUARY OrGranite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Floral RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets FOR RENT Rooms for ront well located and ventilated Enquire of C C Rhodun 5000 INEEDED I yRailroadOLSO MEN Mud IAIIN8 of good uablii to LEARN TELEGRAPHY ACCOUNTINGIWr iiriilnh 71 per rent of the Operators and Station tgcatienAmerieaOurerrhoda are the large exclusive Telegraph hoolI I IN Tns Woato 20 yearn and eudonvd by all leading Hallway l l We rxrciitv a alto hake to nudrnt to furnish him or her a position paying frees Sin itatckyiountalnandSUttw wwtof the RotltllmmooiotI upon iriduallonSludnuoanrnter at say time No yam t oflourmince at Cincinnati O Catalogue tree The Morse School of Telegraphy rinelnnatl Ohio Kuflo N Y Atlanta Ua Ijnroeet WIT xarkana Tx Han Franct no al Hurcs Diarrhoea Cholera InfantumeI 1fInyTEETHING EASY ICosts 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M Dot St Louis Ho 1 Mother Hesltato no longer but save tho health and lilt of your child as thousands have dono by giving those powdcis TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over tt comes the effects of the summers host upon toothing children e The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper APublished every Thursday at Beret Ky EREA PUBLISHING COMPAN- L E TUPPER Editor and Mer see Subscription Ratos rATiBtX IN ADVAKCI fMSfxmonlhithree months gt- Pend monty by Post oefee tfonoy Order Ex JtllIeredlAUerThe date after your name shown to what dot ChangirlthinaoUlT nl EutacrltMri wltblng Tni CITIZEN stopped IUboIerlptlonnslder Inttlbey wish It continued addrellhiDKilling numbers due to wrappers coming off suledlorIannrlpUons will rccclro Tux CITIIIN free for one- pest progress of Reform It Ia instructive to note that the moral awakening which is the doml nant phase of the life of the American people at this time has taken place during a period of abounding prosper y Usually it is not so Such a peri od is historically a time of riot of all kinds when the pinch comes physl tally moral reflection commonly seta ila It has not been so with ui de itlaros the Indianapolis News and from It we may argue hopefully that It Is to be no Slash in the pan There are Iwo more features of it that point in the same direction it is confined to BO one kind of dereliction and to no yoae place There is a promise In sit this that not merely the specific wrong that may be uncovered will be pun ftsbed but that we shall go further and Install a better system that hand in hind with the demand that the law shall be observed In the conduct of the tjublle business we shall place that Business on a baste similar to that of private business World Growing Better The world is better than it was setter and wiser There Is more charity more rational religion more money spent for moral educational charita ble and humanly helpful purposes than ever before believes the Nashville American The people as a whole Thigh and low live better have more comforts and conveniences and luxu ries are better housed better clothed better fed better educated than their ancestors were While this is an era of great development of wealth the accumulation of great fortunes the exploitation of many schemes of graft and greed the people are not mere money worshipers Dishonest men worshipers of the golden calf have all ways existed They are more quickly land ruthlessly exposed and condemned than ever before The world is not growing worse It is growing better Senator Hoar was Bane in his belief that today is better than yesterday and thattomorrow will be better than jteday f Another instance of the liberal rewards that New York city gives to excep i tonal legal talent is found in the ap preaching resignation of Justice Ed ward C Hatch from the supreme bench of the state Justice Hatchs term does not expire until October 1909 and he receives a salary of 17500 a year yel on the first of next month he will resign and join exJudge Alton B Parker and William Sheehan in a legal partnership In that city It is said that since he be gan the practice of law in New York city after his defeat for the presidency Judge Parkers income has been at the rate oJ 930000 annually We are esteemed for those things arEIso much a part of us that others may depend upon always finding them In proportion to our dependability are we oi use to others It is the man upon whom dependence can be placedtbat is wanted everywhere Brilliancy is aquality that In its nature is subject to severe and Iud den fluctuations Ordinarily the thlniI that Is wanted is not brilliancy 11mI pIe faithfulness and ability to do a dayIwork within the work time and in s workmanlike manner A man in HavenKan had a grievance against an editor and con sulted a lawyer to find out the best way to break up the paper The lawyer told him the surest way would be to buy the paper and run it hlmsell a few months Gov Mickey of Nebraska has Issueda a declaration that men who uso Intox icating drinks or profane language are not fit to serve the state and Nebras ka is likely to stand by the good Meth odlst governor Among the unaccountablo contradlc tions in the news announcements 01I the day we notice the statement thai 12000000 frankfurters were eaten at Coney Island this summer and thai more bench shows than over will bf bell this fall and winter The governor of North Carolina and 1thegovernor of South Carolina are go to tour New England togetherI What they will say to each other onI I a the Pullman dining cocf will probably ire plentyjI a I INDIANS SACRED ARROWS Cheyenne Tribe naB Endeavored for Years to Recover Them from the Pawnees The Dog Soldier band of Choyen tutYe band of Pawnees near Pawnee The Chcyonnca to the number of 300 came to recover two sacred arrows captured from them by the Pawnees many years ago and this visit was the firs time the two bands had met In frIend- ly council since the time when both wero on the warpath says the Kan sal City Journal The Pawnees enters tained the Choycnnes at a war danco and gave them ninny presents includ tag ponies blankets calico and pro visions but would not relinquish the performeddanceThe two sacred arrows were cap turcd from the Cheyonnes in battle on Platte river Nebraska about 60 years ago A Pawnee who had previously been crippled and who preferred death to the suffering caused by his wounds had stationed himself far In advance of the other Pawnees In a clump of bushes As ho was picking oft a great many Cheyennes with his they saw that It was necessary dislodge him- Accordingly a bunch of Cheyenne warriors on horseback made a dash for the clump of bushes their sacred arrow keeper in the lead lIe had Ut arrows four In number fastened to a long spear and as he struck at the Pawnee the crippled man dodged to one side and grasped the spear wresting It from the Cheyennes band Almost simultaneously with the charge of the Cheyennes a few Paw- neES in the rear seeing the danger of their crippled brave rushed to his assistance The Cheyennes were thus routed before they could regain their sacred arrows About ten years later the Cheyenne recovered two of their sacred arrows by giving the Pawnees 200 ponies la their negotiations here the Cheyennes were unable to convince the Pawnees that the two arrows still In the lat ters possession should be surrendered at this time The Pawnees said that if the Dog Soldier Cheyennes should prove worthy friends of the Skedeo band after the intended visit of the Pawnees to the Cheyennes next sum mer the Pawnees may listen to a proposal from the Cheyennes At this time the Cheyennes must be satisfied with the presents they have re eel vcd NOISES OF AN IRON HOUSE Patter of Raindrops Sounds Like Cataract of Buckshot on the Root I had scarcely thought said tho middleaged man that I should ever again hear the patter of the rain on the roof as I heard it in my when I slept In the garret In the of my boyhood But now it has bee brought back to me most vividly In the summer Just past I lived for a time In a onestory cabin built of corrugated iron The little house had a nice little veranda across the front and was very comfortable within And besides these distinguishing features the little iron house had some other characteristic tralta For one it was the most sensitive house I ever knew to changes of temperature It was R lovely day on which we struck the place As we sat on the veranda and looked out through an opening in the trees in front upon a broad and varied landscape of water woods and mountains and then up at a fleecy summer cloud we thanked tho good luck that had landed us there And then as that light cloud floated on across the face of the Burn we heard coming from behind ui sounds which we realized in a moment came from the house itself It was the iron roof now in shadow of that cloud contracting when the heat of the sun was withdrawn And then In a moment as the cloud passed on we heart from the house again the roof expanding as the sun once more fell upon it It was the most responsive house by far in a rainstorm that I ever slept in On the first night we wero there we were wakened by the sound of what wo thought at first must be aIbuckshot cataract falling on the head a giant drum But In a moment again we realized that this was the sound of rain falling on our corru gated Iron roof And talk about the patter of the rain drops on the old moas grown shingles Why on this root the rain came down like like buckshot Like grapashot cannon balls innumerable countless continu ous millions of cannon balls pounding with a constant roar Some Physical Pacts A persons eyes are out of line in two cases out of five and one eye is stronger than the other in seven persons out of ten The right eye is also as a rule high er than the left Only one person in fifteen has perfect eyes the largest per centago of defects prevailing among fairhaired people The smallest vibration of sound can be distinguished hotter with one ear than with both The nails of two fingers never grow with the same rapidity that of the middle finger growing the fastest while that of the thumb grows slowest In fifty four cases out of one hundred the left leg Is shorter than the right Beyond Him Caseyol hear yer wife has twins agin Pat How many chllder does thot mek Murtagh Domd if 01 know Olm no addin machine Fuckv i 1 AjaiuititltjitwneoByDR D 1C PEARSON Chlciao Philanthropist D AINTED money To the popular mind excited just now by the outcries there is no wealth that is untaintqd This cry of tainted money is not a matter for jest It is unfair It is not American It has become the rally ing cry of the socialist the drone and the discontented member of society who hates those whose talents or to tune exceed his own It has become concentrated on one man who is nov held up to ridicule and hatred In five years the reaction will come and the persona now reviling John D Rock haler will revere him while his tmduccrs will be forgotten The Series ofattacks on Mr Rockefeller era shameful andunjust I know him roil top to bottom and I love him To the loser in the race all wealth is tainted None has been honestly gamed Foresight energy clean living arc not considered Years ago I saw that Chicago was to become a great city I bought land I worked I drove bargains that since have made me wealthy acquiretj never have been attacked but the possession of wealth is a crime in their eyes My money is no better than Rockefellers The socialistic clement is triumphant but the time is coming and soon when the American jJubHe will be ashamed of themselves Carnegie has been attacked when he strove for the betterment o humanity But it will pass and the benefactions of the men will b remembered No one in America in our flay and age has done more to prove his helpful spirit toward others than these same philanthropists Rockefeller and Carnegie no one has more thoroughly shown his right to have his name stand first where Abou Ben Adhoms name stoodas one who loved his fellow men 1 uutttagr5 nf3niiu for ifraring Qlttimt By MR EDWARD T HARRINGTON The advantages of a1dwelling obvious for the average persons looking for a home that he or she is to ntak many sacrifices for such a place if the fatuity is a growing one The chief anxiety today of young parents and the new ly married is to get a nest of their own even if it btf a small one am sometimes less speedily and conveniently reached With the development which we have witnessed in a short period of the facilities for rapid transit that disadvantage of suburban Hfc prncticaUdisappearedy g quite lost its point It is being pointed oat by the sociologists from time to time that the cities are being denuded of their resident population This is true only of certain classes the cities ajill containing the large mass of frldicatillnS e with a growing family The president therefore does no more than give a new turn to the universal discussion of the problem of maintaining the individuality of the home which is so much better preserved in a detached house than apartment orflatT6the extent however that lie criticises the flat as a menace to the home he is not wholly right about the facts In the first place th multiplication in our immense suburban districts of the individual home goes on steadily and there is no lack of facilities for the freest andmost natural growth of children in the very best possible environ merit In the second place Mr Roosevelt appears to have put the cart before the horse when by implication he denounced the flat as a dwell ing as a menace to the home People do not hive fewer children because they go into flats but they go Into flats because they have fewer children The family that lives in a flat is not necessarily avoiding the rc sponsibilitics of parenthood but has either passed beyond the period of homebuilding or is without young children Such people have a right if they can so order things tO reserve the flats for themselves and to enjoy the kind of life which the fiat is peculiarly equipped I to afford Less and less frequently are theparcnts of small children protesting against the restrictive rules of flats and more and more general is the recognition of tile fact that a flat after all is neither the most enjoyable home for the small children nor for the parents ofsmall children I Flats are indeed ideal dwellingplaccs for the great mass of the people who want to live in flats and ir the life therein does involve the avoidance of care and provides the maximum of comfort anti luxury with the least possible expenditure of effort it is enjoyed in the main by people who are entitled to endcavbr to seek these ends 1Irrit Ut tt C1tarrrr 111 lIatte ttttt By JAMES R KEENE Veteran financier ready parent My advice to per sons of ample or of average means whoI contemplate a career in Wall street is incorporated in the reply of Punch to one who contemplated matri mony don t I Ninetyfive per cent of those who embark on ventur saythatbasis Any other course not only squeezes a person dry physically mentally and financially but it leaves him unfit for any safe and sane career in other directions One might say in addition that in order to be successful in speculation an extraordinary aptitude for studying an alyzing and judging correctly both national and in ternational industriakindications as well as a thou sand other complexities entering into the case is necessary And it is doubtful everything considered j whether the game is worth the candle even under fairly favorable onditionsi TRAVELS OF A BANKNOTE Returns in Two Months to the Hands of the Man Who Marked It An Iron manufacturer of Boston was entertaining a wealthy Spanish OUR tower from Havana They had several round of drinks and before hu Boston man handed a tendollar hill to Use waiter he joconoty hissed it coodby Walt a minute spoke up tho Spaniard as he tool the lilll out o t the walters hands Since you seem to think so much of that bill Ill write my name on it for good luck to lothr ho old in ink and then handed back tho money to the waster who soon brought the change Two months later the Spaniard we In Now Orleans He walked into a cigar store to buy a pocket full uf his favorite brand of cigars handed the cork a 120 bill and recoiled among tho change a tendollar bill He was carelessly folding It when his eye caught some writing across iha center of the bill Ills curiosity thattof chances had put Into his hands iho very tendollar bill on which he had written his name In a Boston cafe eight weeks before The Spaniard Is not only a man of wealth but also of leisure and he 1 term moo to discover If posilble the wanderings of the bill from the time he inscribed it to tho day ho received fit In New Orleans He wont to au alenot a little money but after It wa nil over bo felt that he bad amply rewarded For while he w unable to follow the lull stop by stop he did learn beyond the peradventure of a doubt that a few days after tho bill had been handed to the cafe waiter It passed unknown to tho 1aata- man Into his cash drawer was by his cashier to tho bank late turned up In Havana In possession of the Spaniards cashier and next made Its appearance In the New Orleans cigar store The Boston mans cash ier had particularly noted the nam on the bill because of Its being that of one of the firms most valued etttI theematter to attention of em ptoypr but It had slipped his mind The Spaniards cashier had nine noted the came and naturally eamigh and Intended to speak to JIB om 1ployer about it on the tatters return from the state- sCORONERS ART EXHIBIT Office of That OOlslal In New Vsrk Decorated with drewsemo Relies If you are took for something really arttotle come to Nw York AI most everywhere you tars you fled some aesthetic arrangement of bean Uful things Ores of UM most pleasing and attractive permanent art exhibits may be found In the corowrs oWee up in tho Bronx states the Herald When you enter Uw place they ask you to sit down and watt for the cor oner This Is your opportunity to look about you and observe the ox htblU One of the finest things in the room Is a large ease which M Behindeupon a 1plain wooden shrives are the art ob- Ject mentioned An ancient roll of ropo In one corner was used some years ago by a German butcher who got tired of tho monotony of life on Wortehoster avenue Near it you will sea a lung piece of rubber pipe such as comes on small gas stoves The young lady who used It left no will no noney no friends Her name is on a tag attached if you care for the names and addresses of the exhibit orsOn another shelf Is one of the pret tiest collection of old revolvers ever shown In America They are of every make Then there Is an ex qulslte bunch of rusty hatpins Each one was used In some fatal foraae duel Then there la an oxeollont cite play of poisoned tea randy coffee and ether luxuries of life sent out by admiring friends There is tho bottle ol ink whch some IOTT used In bidding farewell to the girl who Jilted him All tho exMbla ar arofully marked and well arranged so that nil artistically Incited visitors can got i good view of them Of course there are other art exhibits In New York Intended for the more Idealistic stu dents but this Is end of the typical ex hibits of the realistic School Newc York Is full of real art Whisky In Church Wall Concealed somewhere In the old Pros bytorlan church at Kalrton there Is said to bo a bottle of whisky at least 100 years old When the edifice was being built It is said tIre workmen struck for whisky which In those lars seemed to bo a necessity A quart was furnished them but according to Hosea Husted then an apprentice the liquor was an ornery that the men couldnt drink it but burled it In the walls Robert Woe coat who relates the incident says the bottle is still there Philadelphia Record Chinese Are Homogeneous It is thought that taken generally tho inhabitants of the China of today uro a wonderfully homogeneous race quite as much so as are the Inhabitants of modern Europe their habits cus toms manners and deportment being absolutely Identical throughout the eighteen provinces This evidence oi close intermixture is astonishing when one notes the wretchedly primitive means of Intercommunication In parts where water carriage Is unavailable NOT MY BUSINESS IITISWealthy tWhSt Louis MerQb Was Bereft of Wife and Dnugh tn by Whisky A wealthy nisi In St Louts wan asked to uld lu A series of temporoiieo mere logs but be scornfully refused Beta pressed he said- Gentleman It is nut my business A few clays later his anti tans daughters were coming homo on tla lightning express In his grants ear nags with liveried attendants ho rod to the depot thinking of his splendid business and planning for the morrow Hark Did some one say AeoldoatT There are 35 railroads centering hi St Louis It there has been an accident It Is not likely to have oocurml on Ilia and Mississippi railroad yet It troubles him It is bin business new The horses are stopped on tho Instant and on inquiry he finds that tho accident has occurred 2fi miles distant on the and MlMl Rlppl He telegraphs to the superintendent engineoanswer back No 1 will give you 11000 for an onglnel A train with surgeons and nurse lit t already gone forward and wo have DO otherIWith while fact and anxious brow the i InaInII1rrledIIn found the mangled bodies send ilfeltoa dlllfhlra daughter with her dainty dice crushed slowlycwas I empfi1eIWho darn say of this tramamioai question It la not my bHHncsaT United Presbyterian WATER FOR LAUNCHING Christening of Battleship Knmns Made Notable by Noble Ac tlen of Ctav Koch An unseal feature of UM faun h Ing of Ute battleship KBJMM reowitir at Oaradon N J was UM lust that the vesMl was sprlMktwl with sprung renter brought from KOMM fatra t of the customary bottle ef ctmmpiRnr This was UM first UMS that water in stead of wise tats tern used In month lag a vnnl In that Ttelnlty io heel of Kaunas made the SUKBTSIIOU and to wade Ute aanotjWMmrut aru I the taUBeblng that the betas ontainrt only vrstsr Miss Asia Hoch ita kh ter of UM goveriwr acts l M aponMr for UM ship and broke Ute bottle otrthe ships bows ms she shipped gracefully Sato the water Suggestive Statistics The teeth annual report of the state Jr1totUstlos of all the prisons sod prkumrri oonflned la the state are RVB lojpUfef with many other Interesting fasts con corning the tramps vagrants and In tJurlnKtboon the charge of Intoxication and near ly 10000 as tramps and vagrants A largo part of this number were Inebri ales ro that in reality over MOOO pile sons came under legal notice as Inebri ates for lOOt Among the criminals charged with other crimes numbering 3400 lees than ten per cent of bIG number were total abstainer About 00 per ant were practically Inebriates and fully 30 per cent were termed ins temperate using spirits at Umovthen abstaining These and other most In teresUng facts make It poaslblo to study the criminal population with moro ox aotness than ever before Journal of Inebriety How Can You Afford ItP I thetwontytlfthnose In one of our towns by giving hlgholoM free entertainment COjtfn AIabout 160 One of his builhocft eipeSUonflow sponse was How many ton cent cigars ilo you smoko A day About six said the neighbor Well tbon said the other 1 can give an enter U yourigarcredit Perhaps it is more appropriate for me to ask how oan you DfIford It tothedoing business and helping tho town Now Hampshire Issue Why Men Go Into Saloons A certainty is bottor than an uncertain ty Which Is why nun prefer to pro cure their medicine at tho saloon in stead of at tho druggists At the drug storethere la always a doubt as lo whcib er you get the harmless drug your prr scrlptlo calls for or a virulent poison At the saloon It is different you arc sure to got poison every time ItostoaTran script Murdered by Rum wasfoundtho Milwaukee road having been run over by a freight train Tho evidence produced before tho coroners showed that ho had been seen at juryI IIhrtbeforo j loon was the maidoror 11 VENTILATION IN DAIRY BARN System Which Will Render a Stable Which Is Not Too Old Perfectly Sanitary Many farmdo not seem to appre elate the dl renco between ventilation and eanllnlon There Is little use of ponding loney for ventilating flues la i an old my planknoorbarn Usually In such aces liquid manure baa soaked tbroug i the floors for years while the open and covered with cob 1l11nroro a stable as this gets change the filth Is so great that it Is nitays offensive Ventilation Is not an aidoto for uncleanliness Probably nine out of ten stables feel quickly the effect of a strong wind or lowering of temperature Nothing ex cept thorough Insulation or double walls will remedy this trouble Tho cement rid lOUTFLQW FLUn8 IN KINO BY8TBM floor should rover the barn tills no that ingrces of air cannot take place nt the bottom a coiling mado of narrow matched lumber with a few cracks or knot holes will defeat the good effects of the system as the Warm air In the upper part of the room passes out rap- Idly through tbe small openings The ulilft wall should have a doublo air paM to prevent moisture condensation and In extremely raid weather frost If a thermometer is placed near a mated window the difference In teraVeratura E from the renter of the room may be us high as tea degrees The same condi Hone extol iiwir a single solid board wall Not so marked of coarse because he wood to not as good a conductor as class Two d ad alr spaces win practically shirt tiff all chance for heat radiation and tho inside boarding will be as warm MI any portion af the room While I haul BO axpwteiwe with a sow stable having straw MMffwl Itttwwn the Inside FIG 2INTAKB8 IN KINO SYSTBM and outside walls I believe It a sate thing Several years use era uonhousa so constructed leads me toadviso It for H tow arable With concrete floor and yall there will be no trouble from rats About seven pounds of water aro thrown off dally from the skin and lungs of an averngedsUed cow Therefore there is a large volume of water iu carry out through the flues The secret says 11 H Cook In American Agriculturist Is to keep this moisture In the form of vapor until It reaches the open air Carrying away molsttife Is not the only function of perfect ventilation If tho moisture Is removed carbonic acid gM will RO with It Tim principle of the King system of ventilation Is shown In the Illustrations given herewith Fig 1 exhibits the outflow flues and Fig 2 the Intakes 1 havo this system In use In my dairy Uarns When thceo barns were built I supposed that no other form was practical Ob servation has taught mo that If tbe principles of construction from the floor to a Point above the highest ridge of the barn aro followed It will wako little or no difference whether the flues are placed outside or Inside providing they are sufficiently Insulated to prevent tho cooling of tho air current within them Wood being a nonconductor of heat In the most satisfactory material for making Ilea In constructing them within the building I used only ono amid wall made of two thicknesses of ir B tch boards with tar paper between Tho wall was perfectly tight and no side uir currents could form Interfering with the circulation Those flues must bo as well built as a chimney In fact the whole principle works like a great box BtOO with perfect draft and pipe Cut Up the Silage I have had a silo for eight years For seven years I put tho sllago In the silo wholo Last year I bought a gas ollno onglno and a cutter with a blow er and fllledmy silo with legs expense than in former years I wan much pleased with tho way it kept I think tho silage was worth almost double what It was when put In whole I raise yellow corn for the llo when glazed pick off tho best ears and cut ofi uc rest Into the silo This la tin tho grain iiijr stock got and thoy win tor well Farm and Hgrao FRUIT TREE NOURISHMENT What Is Taken Out of the Ground In Growing and Maturing the Fruit The Cornell experiment station bul lean No 103 on Soil Depletion in Re spect to the Caro of Fruit Trees shows that tho plant food contained in 20 crops of apples of 15 bushels per treeI and 35 trees per acre when tbo leaves that are formed aro also taken Into the calculation amounts to 1337 pounds of nitrogen 310 pounds of phosphoric add and 1895 pounds of potash Prof Voor bees shows that 20 years continuous cropping with wheat assuming an aver ago crop of 15 bushels per acre and seven pounds of straw to three bushels of wheat would remove C60 pounds of nitrogen 211 pounds of phosphoric acid and 324 pounds of potash Wo can thus compare tho results of 20 years cropping of apples after tho production of trees capable of bearing such crops has taken large amounts of plant food from the soil for tbo 20 years cropping of apples line removed more than twice as much nitrogen half as much again of phos phonic acid and three times as much potash as tho wheat crops during the same period It Is evident then that an orchard will far moro rapidly deplete tho fertility of the soil than the continuous cropping In wheat Any farmer vrlll understand that 20 years continu ous cropping In wheat would be bad farming and would result In soil deple Lion How much moro then does the continuous cropping In apples deplete tho soil Burn the hardwood of an apple tree and you will fully understand the amount of potash removed from the soil In the wood alone TO BUD AND CRAFT WALNUTS The Methods Used by Two Horticul turists with Satisfactory Results Referring to grafting English wal nut on Htaek walnut writes a corre spondent of the Rural New Yorker I would say I did It auocessfully last spring The stock was a ono year TIIK MBT1IOD OP anAFTlNa- mdllBg Tonguegraft wu the style treed I have tried topgrafting larger base but without success 1 have been told that tapcraning proved suc eoMful Hoar Moaraotown N J Can anyene In that vicinity give us a re portIn mpenM to this question Mrs J Kay salts Take a small iamb on J Kay seysl Take a small limb on It girdle It around with a bud In It then go to Rack walnut tree and gir die It where you want to Insert the bud Now ramsvo tits bark end fit the bark from the KnglUh walnut neatly Into the stock tie it up with a string until you find the taps have united The bud will be dormant till next spring The diagram explains the process POINTERS rOn DAIRYMEN Soft white butter comas from hot cream Milk Quloty cleanly qulekly Cows hate haste Too much sournnM In cream cause white spooks In butter Keep tho troth warm milk separate from the old It keeps better Test your milk ft Is not quantity no much as tho qsallty that counts Keep tho heifer Intended for the dairy In thrifty growing condition It you are buying now milk utensils ace that all joints aro smoothly sol deredSet mill after milking before It becomes as cool as the atmosphere Tbe cream will rise better Havo tho milk for tho calves sweet and of the same temperature as when It comes from tho cow Give tho caws plenty of pumpkins If fed with tho grain ration they will Increase tho milk flow The nervous restless cow always tossing her head should bo dehorned before she hurts somebody or some thing habits of milking and coning are established when the hotter has her first calf She should be very carefully handled at this time Remember that the manure from t single animal Is worth about 20 a year Dont lot It waste In the barn yard or under tho caves To protect milk and butter from ants roachos huge mice etc swing Ing shelves may bo suspended from tho cellar ceiling by wires Mulch in Spring- A mulch in tho spring Is useful for several reasons It keeps the ground from drying out and baking In tho sur face which results in harm to tho young and tender root system A more equable temperature Is secured This Is a point which dons not reecho as much attention as It should A warm sun will ralso tho temperature of the bare ground several degrees during tho day only to bo cooled off at night Such changes are not good for tender plants A straw mulch will also keep down weeds Rebuilding the Temple Sunday School Lesson lor Oct 22 1 905 SpecUUy Prepared for Thll Paper LK88ONTEXTE raS104S Memory Verses 10 1- 1GOLDEN TEXTThe temple of God Is holy whloh temple ye nrelCor J17 TIMEFrom IL C 686llS Peloubet In his Select Notes gives the following dates WC Spring Left Babylon 836 July Arrived at Jerusalem US Three months getting settled S3C October Al tar net up Worship begun M6May Foundations of temple begun followed by IS years of delay and opposition mWork on temple renewed 52September- and October Jlaggnl the prophet prophe des November and December Zechariah the prophet prophesies Four years mora In building the temple 616 Temple corns pleted 70 years after Its destruction riACB Jerusalem and vicinity Comment and Suggestive Thought INTRODUCTORY In our last les son we taw a largo body of exiles leav ing Babylon with high hopes and triumphant songs of joy But the journey was long tedious and full of hardships There were 42360 of them according to each of the three versions extant But the detailed numbers all come short of this sum and it Is supposed that the 11 000 or 12000 not ranked In the list un der any place or family name were Israeltlcu of the northern tribes If these left Babylonia In March Apoc Esdras 66 they could not well reach Jerusalem after a journey of nearly 800 miles before some time in July It took Ezra four months to make the journey Ezra 79 They found the city in ruins as It had lain for 50 years since Its complete destruction by Nebuchad nezzar Trees wero growing wild on time Mountain of the House and the jackals prowled among heaps of shattered masonry Crumbling stonework and charred timbers marked the site of palaces and towers and choked the streets The city walls and gates were leveled with the grourid Hunter The first business of the returned exiles was of course to provide some kind of dwell ings for themselves and their families They accordingly settled In the small titles surrounding Jerusalem perhaps repairing the houses and walls that had been ruined by the besieging armies years before or contenting themselves with huts or tents The territory they controlled was of course small and hemmed In onall sides Including only Bethlehem on the south while on the north their territory measured no more than 26 miles In length by 20 in breadth and even upon this encroached the heathen or mongrel popu lation V 10 Builders laid the foundation The cornerstone of the first course This was made the occasion of a great ceremonial Priests In their apparel rho elegant and beautiful official robes ud by the priests In their celebrations especially the blue and scarlet and pur ple robOt with gold and gems of the high priests and others described ill Rxod 8fl With trumpets Not for motile but like our churchbells for summoning assemblies and joyful an nouncement Sons of Asaph A guild of singers named after the famous singer and leader In the time of David After the ordinance order of David See IChron 15 1621 V 11 Sang together by course nV one to another responsively Ho Is good etc See 1 Chron 1634 41 Pea 106 107 118 They praised the Lord The joy of the younger people who remembered the exile but had no memory of the Temple of Solomon was very great- V 12 Ancient men that had seen the first house which was destroyed n C 6S6 51 years before They must have been CO or 70 years old Wept with a loud voice The weeping was not because the new temple was smaller than the first for it was larger comp Btra 63 1 Kings 62 2 Chron 33 4 They wept because of the contrast be tween the beauty the magnificence the gold and gems of khe old temple and the simplicity and poverty of the new struc ture Hag 23 Z ch 410 Ezra 416 Fifteen years B C 633 620 When the adversaries of Judah The Samaritans and the foreign colon- Ists from Babylonia Persia and Elam vs 9 10 which Esarhaddon king of Assur Assyria V2 CD C 720713 and also Sargon and Asshurbanlpal B C 665 had sent to Samaria 2 Kings 1724 Thus they bad lived in Samarla 130 to ISO years For wo seek your God and wo do sacrifice unto Him But they did It in a different way partially In connection with other things which would destroy the perfect tlon and power of the Jewish worship V 3 But Zerubbabel and the other leaders refused the alliance Two views of the course pursued by Zerubbabel have been taken First Many have re garded It as a great mistake a piece of narrowminded bigoted folly which made enemies of those who should have boon friends and kindled hatred and jealousy and lowered the moral tone and crawled the zeal of the new dolony Such seems to be Gclktes view On tho other hand Rawllnson calls It au hero ic refusal to accept the material aid of a rich and powerful people at tho risk of imperiling religious purity Thuswts a great peril averted Illustrative Points Tho temple was tho symbol and type of Gods spiritual temple both the in dividual Christian and tho whole peoplu of God 1 Cor 3101C The first tlIuK for each ono who would build the Temple of tho Church and of Society Is to be himself a temple of the Holy Ghost Tho true Christian character when complete Is a beautiful and costly tem ple Compare Solomons temple The exiles temple wasO years and Ilcrols temple was 46 years In building but many a soul requires more years than these for its completion DREAM OF A VIOLINMAKER Texnrknna Man Bvolvea New Stylo of Instrument Whose Qualities Are Greatly Improved tit Louis Mo After wcolng Dame Fortune for 30 years m which he paid u devotion bordering on idolatry and an industry bounded only by his zeal his good fairy knocked at the door of Uriah C Pipes of Texarkana and disclosed to him iu n vision the secret su lung sought for that of lmprovlit violins The long eoughtfor violin stood out clearly In a vision and the next day Plpcb set to work again with re doubled energy with the result that lie bruiilil forth an Improved violin rich In tone and which may revolutionize the manufacture of such Instrument Pipes violin differs much Iron tho otuinary type It Is the style anti shape ol the sixteenth century makes Iiut 11 Is neither In tho shape no lee material or the Instrument that lio has triumphed Uy the application of a strip to Uu Inside rim of tho violin acting as 2 brace Mr Plpe gets added rlchnen ol tone out of his Iltrumont which Is fashioned after iho shape jf a guitar and which has not tho sharp curves of scroll work uf thu usual violin A wellknown Instrument maker whon shown amodcl of Pipes Improved violin declared that UieTexarknno man had made a discovery for which Violin makers have been seeking for decades HUMAN CHAIN SAVES TWO Heroic Young Women Rescue Two Drowning Girls in a Novel Manner Mlddlctown NYForming a chain by jolting hands a party of New York city young women the Misses Barman Boraager and Sliver and Charles Ho rangor waded Into the Shawangunlc Kill at Bloomlngsburg Sullivan county and Rescued two young women item drowning Miss Tlllio Uornger and Miss Martha bppemaa of New York wore in a boat on the river when Mtad Boranger fell overboard The current was swill a1l- 1the girl was rapidly being swept toward a darn when her uiuipaulon plunged in tftur her Though both could swim they could make no headway and would surely have drowned had not the young women on the shore waded Into the water up to their shoulders and succeeded with the help of a boat In reaching the two drowning girls and pulling them out DECISION IS LIKE PORTIAS A Pennsylvania Alderman Quotes Shakespearean Principle of Law In Court Wllkesbarre Pa Alderman Dono hue of this city whoso Solom nequo Judgments have made him famous tried a case to settle the disputed owner ship of a horse As the claimants would not come to an agreement the alderman asked Jo seph Gutman the defendantwhal part of the horse he would take lie would like the hind part ho responded Then the front part goes to the prosecutor the alderman Declared and I will take the hoofs and iron shoes The next moment he called a consta ble and ordered him to shoot tho horse whereupon both defendant and prose cutor began pleading vigorously for its life and tho alderman gave them four Jays in which to settle the case Football Face The football faco will now be added to the undulating features of ou eountiT MARKET REPOT Cincinnati Oct 14y CATTLE Common J2 GO 3 50 Heavy steers r 4 CO 4 85r CALVES tra 7 25 3 7 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 50 5 55 Mixed packers G 35 0 5 50 SHEEPExtra 4 CO 41 4 65 LAMBS Extra 7 40 KLOim Spring pat 5 25 tit 5 CO WHEATNo 2 red G 89 No3 red l87iCORNNo2 mixed ti G6 No2 white G56tOATS No 2 mixed 4D29ry RYE No 2 Qd 7- 1IfAYCh timothy rtflSOO PORK Mess 417 25 LARD Steam 7 624 17 75 HUTTER Ch dairy J 15 Choice creamery 60 23 APPlRS Choice 3 00 r 4 00 POTATOES Per bbl 1 75 2 00 TOI1ACCO New 5 00 tP13 00 Old 4 60 W14 75 Chicago FLOURWinter nat G 10 G 3- 0WHEATNo 2 rod 8t fi 87 83wdOItNNoOATS No 2 mixed kip28en an t H 70RYENo P0RKMess 1G 70 f1J115- 71AI1DStearn Ql j 30 New YorK FLOURWin stile 4 00 0 4 25 WHEATNo 2 red tv SOy ICORNo 2 mixed G 6- 2OATSNo 2 mixed 33 34 RYE Western G 74 PORK MOM 1750 18 00 LARDSteam fl 7 CG Oaltrmor- eWHEATNo 2 rod 8314 t0 83 CORNNo 2 mixed 58- CATTLEStecra 4 00 G 4 5- 0SiIEEPNo 1 250 3 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red p 88 CORN No 2 mixed G 6- 1OATSNo2 mixed 29 p 29YJ PORK Mess G12 CS LARD Steam 725i- ndianaooll WHEAT No 2 rod S81s CORNNo 2 mixed tip 56 OATS No 2 mixed E 28I 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSESPh- one I188 Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS IIL p +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+od o+o+o+o+o +o+o+odo- o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON t Is here and every housewife wants one or mote + t pieces of new oFURNITURE CARPET or MATTING o + 0 Take a Look Through Our Stook + It will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can g- Q supply your wants + IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD 0 1 New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines o 25 T30 and 15 worth E5O 60 and f65 o 1CRUTCHEREVANSIo Ky oo+O+o+O+O+O+o+o+o+O+o+ +O+ O+O+O+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+cro+ Carriage Satisfaction Here Trap DurableGraceful Useful bodyfinishgiveNo than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices N CARRIAGE WORKS- C P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Nl Madison County Roller Mills tfFgd i IdIQ Manufacturers Fancy Roller Floor Cora Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Core Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will bird te beat PRIDE OF MADISON is anotber hiccllent Fleer tIllIIjf ttl Potts Ducrson VUUi Suite Ky I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effoct May 11905 Going North Train 4 Dally LonvoBflrea 846 a m- AniveRichmond415 a m- ArrivuPpris528 a in Arrive Ciaaionati750 a m- OoingMorth Train 2 Dally Lea Q Bereft 182 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive L4+ 830 p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave 111 p m Arrive Kooxv11e810 p m Going South Train Dally Leave Bere 1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700a m F T and Buffet 1arlorearsndn4cheabettteeitClaelnnatl mud KuozTllltJii both dlrectlaai Thin iium ton and carry fullman Tcillbulcd Sleeping tar and coaches Itlen Cincinnati Tllle In both dlrixtlont W H DOWERTicket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC ItV CO Time table In effect April IS 1905 EAST BOUND Nol No Nab VwalHni 1014 am 3d p in NlfhoiittTilm lluu 716 aU Iv 1111 4e Rlehlnrnrder12St IJIt Richmond IT JiOS p m 610 lit Irvine 1M- BcaltyvlMa 7JO- ar 903- IT240 1000 UrattTtlc Jet iOO 1020 WEST I10UVD Nat No Xo WrMltlm TJVi m 82i p m- awNlcholatrllle 6M Valley View CSS LOS lUflimniut IT 60U 1MIRichmond er 715 Irvine 6kpm 1t2 BcattyTlllit t 1050 m- neattyvilte Jet 330 1030 No S end 61 end mikx close connection at NlflnJa vtllu tuana from Ixmngton end Clntl oatl sod ui VemUUi to and rom KuellijrYllIe mil liuinllle No A connects at Bnttyvlllo unction for JarVion For soy further Informs sou addrruenyLitaSMITNrU T A PACt YcnallltiKy B ifgei Phaetons Runabouts SurriesT Comfortable Stylish KENTUCKY Ky N wNM M bs I J i t I 3 S I 4 S A a 4 a P n a S Call at T J Woberleya and see the best line of- COLLARS TEAXI IAlKNESSn BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT JMOBERLEYRi- chmond Kentucky I To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete find uptodato iu this part of the Stale for doing nil kinds of Watch and Clock Work Jowolry Repairing Etc I do work for the most prominent vicinityWork express will havo prompt attention and charges paid ono way- S G FRANKLIN MT VKUNON KKNTUCKT- KUHEXCK lUll ol lit Vcrnoa l Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for 2 Boys 200 and 175 for Youths i The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear is known everywhere throughout the world They Have to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere j- F We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect fit r laspectlon Inv- itedCOYLE h HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 11111111111111111111111 i I i II i i i i III i II i II i i i II II i i i 1 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 11 I I tIt I r r r r r r r I r r r r r 1 r II r r r I I I I I i I Iii i I Iii I i I i 11 I John L Williams of Kerby Knob reports the longest Sweet potatoes yet heard of One of them was 4H inches and another measures 33 inches in length Mrs John Cope of Hamilton 0 is visiting in Berea this week The three year old child of Henry Jones who lives south of town into a well fromwhich the cover ha been lifted by other children on Saturday last and before it was res cued was drowned Mr S S Welsh was in Cincinnati on business this week Mrs Thompsou is quite ill having been confined to her bed since Sat urdayMr B P Allen lately in th employ of the Berea Banking Com pany went to Bluff Tennessee on Wednesday to take the position of cashier in a now Bank to be estab lished at that place Professor L V Dodge has boon appointed by the Department Commander of Kentucky a special mus t ring officer for the eastern part of tho state He has in prospect sev eral appointments to go into th c iuntry to reestablish posts and muster comrades into the Grand ArmyMr Raymond Osborne son o Treasurer Osborne is ono of the eleven in the senior class at Yale University whose standing ranks the highest and he has been chosen to deliver the Philosophical Oration at Commencement next June the highest scholarship honor given by UniversityMr editor of the Mountain Citizen published at Man chester Kentucky called upon us one day last week Miss Mary Adams living on Cen ter Street who has of ty phoid fever is improving The State Development Convention Tho State Development Convention Which met at Louisville last week seems to have been in all respects a decided success In interest in state loyalty and in common sense pro posals for the betterment of state conditions it was a model for other r gatherings of the same kind Eight formal addresses were made each followed by resolutions embodying the ideas presented by the speaker These resolutions were of course reported to the Committee on Reso lutions who at the close of the meet ing reported such as appealed to them as of permanent value under ten heads It is impossible in the space at tho writers disposal to discuss these separately Every one interested in the advancement of the natural and Kentuckyhould procedingBbich not only these resolutions but also the addresses which called thorn forth It is enough to say that tho reso lutions look toward making changes in the revenue laws of tho state bre ating a Bureau of Immigration and Information in tho Department of Agriculture Labor and Statistics the organization in each county of Im withda State Agricultural and Mechanical College by the General Assembly byISchools the continuation and main tenance of the State Geological Sur roy the creation of a State Forester and tho acquirement by the state of headewaters of tho principal rivers of tho state under tho direction and supervision of such an ofllcer and the permanent location of tho State FairI Beside theso wore resolutions re questing the Commercial Club of pamphletformother items of information in regard to the work of the Convention anti toethose whose efforts made the success of the Convention possibleIThe rollcall of the counties was offanswers gates to such a roll call are to be secured and printed in tho published reportThe main things in the list of resolutions are the creation ofa Bureau of Immigration and tho action look hog toward the creation of a Depart ment of Forestry The other things proposed are all excellent and needed but in the opinion of the writer these two stand preeminent TheI magnificent forests of the state have bUM slaughtered for the last twenty years and are being slaughtered without foresight and without judgt mont And immigration of who will apply the principles of thoj intensive farming of the old world to land that is now considered worthless is also necessary It has been triode in some of the state with notable successeBut preliminary to the success of any such Bureau must be tho secur ing of such respect for andenforce meat of the laws in the state as shall render life and property secure even to the remotest mountain fastness There will bo little success in secur ing immigration into Kentucky until the laws and life are respectedand such tragedies as those enacted in London Irving and Middlcsboro within the last few days bo made impossibleContempt the sanctity of human life are the great doterents to the immigration of foreigners or of citizens from other states into Kentucky and into many other states of the South and it mayI as well be recognized II II I II H I+rHHIHHV College Items HERE AND THERE J I lit ill I t IHHHHHHHI Prof Frank L Williams principal of the colored schools at Cov ingtou has just closed a1 successful years work as institute instructor He conducted nine institutes a mini ber of thorn being joint and tri county institutes and in every instance wo hoar the bust words of praise Ho is scholarly and enthtm malic and his work is icing much good for the cause of education it Kentucky Southern School Journal Lillio Clark is teaching tho Cold Spring School Alger Clay County Ky Fine reports come from hur work Tho following students ontartfl school this week Guy and Grot r Bowling and Harrison Fowler of Borra Harrison Vaughn fSwnllow field Ky Chas Coaming XoniaO Ralph Patin Urichsvillo 0 and Clifford Britton of Dayton O Frank Wheeler spout Sundayat his homo near Kirksvillo Miss Boatright spent Saturday and Sunday at her homo at Knsnall 0 whore she went to visit her sister and niece boforo their doparturo fur the west Arch Brandenburg cameovur from London Friday to attend tho pig roust and also viewed tho ball gnmo Saturday between Boron and Ie U Rev Mr McLalland and wife of Richmond visited the College Wed nesdaInow u expect to bo there over Sunday AI letter from Mrs Diusmoro spooks of enthusiastic meetings awl much in throat in the Collego They moot Boron students at ovary stop Mr Groathead walking around tho world on a in comIIpleteahead of his timo I colebnttMllColumbus songs rt appropriate for tho occasion Tho storyI of Columbus was dramatized audI acted out by tho little people in cos tume Several people were pranit to enjoy the exercises Special Author Day programs are being prepared in several grades of tho Model Schools Mr and Mrs Hudson and daugh tor Mildred with tho Misses Pickering and Phillips had a very delightful trip to Riuhmond lost Saturday where they went to do shopping- Mr Curtmoll spent Monday and Tuesday in Cincinnati May Harrison has a position with StenographyDepartment Another 0 A R OutpolLILast Friday the 13th Inst wnU spout by M J Gabbard and Prof L V Dodge of Captain James West Post in a personal canvass of thuIpart of Rockcastle county near Disputanta in tho interest of the 0iA It On Saturday there was a largo gathering of men women and children at Disputanta to take part in the patriotic rally which had boon aunouncedlnoon was an in marching and military tactics commanded by PJ Policy The Berea Juvenile Drum Corps with ten fifes and drum with tho oym j bals marched in front followed by c tho old soldiers present and a goodly J number of the sons of veterans Dodgedelivered j to tho very attentive audience Ho S set forth in strong terms the blessing c of our trite country the gene J rosily of the government towards its soldiers and the patriotic dutyof i tho veterans to unite in the workof the G A R to teach lessons of pa j triotism to the rising generation c The basket dinner served in tho J field contiguous to Mr W C Oggs store was abundant nnd of the bust s vicinitydid ous contributions Tho hospitality putbuildingsof the people furnishing several gallons of excellent coffee and other f provisions was recognized by the veterans by a vote of thanks in tho c shape of three rousing cheers After another march reinforced by o many girls and young ladies the soldiers retired to a room whoro jj Professor Doge assisted by his g comrades Gabbard Policy Lain c hart French and Kain musteredsix rmembers into Capt James West Post and established Outpost No 2 m with Anderson Seals as its Sergeant 0 Business Notices If you want to got more good warm Woolen Clothing for a littlo 0 ClothingStore 0 ESTILL COUNTY RED LICK Tho Editor sport it few daw on Red Lick since tho lust issue of the Citizen returning Monday On Fri da Jio wont down to Station Camp whoro ho was entertained nt the hospitable hone of Mr George Wil son Starting out Saturday morning ho rodo back along tho henutiful valley stopping from time to time to spunk of tho merits of the Citiicn to pUHRcdHogross on ono of tho furies uud found that Dr Scrivuor was leaving a large quantity of tile laid iu the IxHtom next tho highway Tho OXJKHIBO of tho tiling will b t about thirty dollars tramdormnM fields worth a huiulrpd dollars an acre it is monuy tt spout We hail this action on the pttrt of the Doctor as u harbinger of bettor and moro intelligent funning tour countryPassing along up tho valley the Editor was entertained at dinner at tho homo of Mr Isuniw where Miss Green tho udssionaryof tho Soul Winning Society is now making her hone Miss Green is doing faithful work iu tho two school districts iu this vicinity conducting Sunday sahooln in tho schoolhouse in Mr nonces district and in tho Park schoolhouse Aa the occasion for which tho Editor wont the Children Day service was not until the nest dayho returned to Jinks where he was made wulcomo by Mr Harrison the merchant and iostmaster of that part of tho Red Lick valley Tin next day wan a campaign day Tho Chil dreii8 Day service was held at ten oclock at tho uper school Iiouse Tho house was very tastefully de corated and was lighted by mumps on tho stage Tho oxoretaw were wolf curried out situ shovvcd much work on the part of Miss Owen and good attention on tho part of the boys mid girls Tho house was crowded to the limit by the people of this vicinity partbroughtaccepted the invitation of Mr Willis to dinner Returning at throe oclock wo found the exercises al illpulCItlAn attentive audience listened to the sermon preaalied Another sermon yea preached at night at the Park Buhoolhouse to a congregation that wits uuiiiMpiratton because of ite quirt and reverent demeanor Time Editor transformed into the preacher for the lay was glad to return to Brother Harrisons for a nights rod He learaeltlwith pleasure that Mr Har rison is thinking seriously of moving to Berea with his family in the near future We shall be glad to welcome them and we are mire theywill like here for they are that kind of folks The valleys of Station Camp and Red Lick contain some of the finest laud the Editor leas yet sews in his wan orinfIK among the mountains and this is occupied fur the mot Part by intelligent nrbral and pro gressive people Such a country is sure to send students to Berea in the future Farm for Sale Faun of 45 acroe five room house barn anti outbuildings About on corns In Umber all of the balance n gram good water for house and stock everlasting good orchard and small fruits Near school locals and post allicw good mills and bank ono mile This property out bought right Gall on or ntlilroM J R CORNIS L1SQN Madison Op Waco Ky n u r Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance ta 1e You wouldnt miss 00 small amount it t would take to pay insurance But you twould mitt your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of tho good Companios I PIKE UPS and ACCIDENT MSURAt6 REAL ESTATE KQUfijT SOLD and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK I f I 1 PAINT TRUTHI- Nft A NUT SIi1CfL When you paint your building there are two kinds of paint to select from iM Good prepared paint ready SemisandLead and oil mixed by land You tnookl always choose the good prepared paint It costs lees wears longer arid looks better We CM tell you why this is particularly tree of iWILLIAMS PAINT Come in and let us give you i more than a nutshell of truth J plendidtlflIe L SOLDBY The Porter Drug Co ittieaalOrtdTgel n c oeoooeoeooo o oepo oioso oeo C80tbb 4 tt 1 iif geb ooeoiosoo o oeo rot o t 111 e0 F I 0 0 Wen Pursed Women v I J f 0 I 4 tI As wolf ns those who must adorn thcmiotvo tnora econom ically wish to supply their wants nt the lowest possible 0 price consistent with the quality nnd style of the goods In Dress goods we can show you as fine an assortment as was ever shown in Borea Our line of Silk tend Woolen I Shirt Waistipgs fs exceptionally fine o Our Notion department is the most complete in Town Cull and be convinced 1I s t o on t I c J H soCa i0 e- 0 0 0 0 loeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoooeo oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoolooeoeoeoeoeooeoe p- J NEWS ITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER AH Important Happenings That Have Recently Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes and Casualties the Movements of Government Officials and Other Interesting Events Culled Condensed and Noted 1n the legislative examination of In durance methods Vice President Oil 1iU of the Mutual Life Insurance Co iratfietI that tho Mutual Life Incur auto Co contributed 40000 to tho ro Mibllcan national committee lost fall hat In 1900 UG000 was contributed and In 1896 16000 was given fur earn Ltlgn purposes Tbo Merchant Association ot Now York through Its board of director adopted resolutions outing upon tho ilitrlrt attorney of New York county to ascertain whether an Indictment an not be found against the officers of life Insurance eomnanler who have ontrlbuted the fund of the companies M political campaign committees On behalf of Theme J ODonnell t r Denver and other Colorado policy bolder of the Mutual Life Insurance u W II Crtep wrote to Attorney neral Mayor of New York ttato n king tbat lie Institute civil proceed ings at ones to compel the officer of ilio Mutual to make restitution of the auin of OIMt which they admit has boon contributed to political cam sign committee In recent years It wa admitted by tho lawyers for she Armstrong Insurance Investigation i hat there III a lot of evidence in hand relating to the Prudential Insurance i nod the Metropolitan which will lit made public within a few week corns W Porkin of J P Morgan Jt Co cad vleo president of the New York Life Insurance Co wko recant iv fttdfled before the Investigating commltto salted for Bremen It has bees decided that the MUga a over the WatUrn Ute Indemnity t Chloeeo umbta will be again uhen up In court ILl II road legtilatten wall the princl p41 subject of talks Prertdent Iloofte it dual with several member of eon a MIH Hf iudlcaiisl to then that It would he the leading topic of bus forth nmln mesa a to ro- harpr with bavin cftuod th- eIth of ten yearald trees Kkritow by edmlaidPrlagpereat wtoo Dr OU- r B Itart WM MId to Ute goad jtlry lHwut tall by a coroner jury at CNh 550 The startling dlwcorery WM HMdeal IltuburK that the Adam Kxpre Oo des bn vlrtlralaexl to tINt extent of luiO000 A Plttsburg bank delivered I I the exprms company a package ntlnlajc that miKHint oonlcn d to a- hMnk v In nnolnnall Hdwiinl Q Oun Iife who signed for the package hUll jixaitprwrvd and the money to missing C F Barrett Adams express agent at ClnclnMtl paid the Pint National hank of Uuu dty 100000 to make goad the currency package which dto rppeared In plttsburg Im only an amateur I guess sold 1lllam B Ilraun In loop dlnffiist as bo doors of the county Jail clanged oa turn at Pltuiberg He Is charged with ecnbeuteraent of 0001 from the Name Hxprww Co and for the last flvo weekks has been In earful hiding MaJ Von Ktael the German mlH tart attache at Washington has been tramifprrod to lervfow on the general alt ms micoofrar is MaJ ICoernor formerly attached to the Prussian war ministry but recontly on the general staff Daniel Mltehelson GO and married was killed and Henderson Darns 40 also married wee fatally Injured In the Wabath Coal Cos mire at Athens til Tho trial of Greens and laynor charged with conspiracy to defraud the Kovcmnent in the carrying out of coBlract for tho improvement of Sa vannah harbor will probably take place during the November term of the United State court for the South ern district of Georgia Mrs Koonevolt will accompany tho president on his trip nit far as Ros Iwell Oa Iloswoll will be the third vlOl1 on the trip being reached on Frl lay the 20th From this station Mrs Jtoosovolt will return to Washington Tho Cuban liberals are planning tho reorganisation of the party on a basis which it is hoped will Include tho lib eral nationalists whose organization led by Gen Nunez governor of tho province of Havana Is now fused with the moderatos MaJ Gen John R Brooks retired was ciioien oommnndorlnohlof ot tho military order of tho loyal Logiou by ihf members of tho commandoryIn chief The American Association of Bank ers put Itself squarely on record as favoring government subsidies for tho upbuilding of tho American merchant marineIn opinion of Senator Long ot Kansas who made the trip to the far east with Secretary Taft and party the groatet noel of tho Filipinos Is freer trade with the United States Rather than face trial on the Indict I flouts charging him with fraudulently taking money from tho Welsael estate Annitag Mathews lawyer and secretary of the county republcan commit ue Now Yorli committed suIcide I Joseph lam ey Jr failed completely In his effort to wrest control of the Wabash system from Ooorgo J Gould at tho election of directors Not only was ho uttorly defeated In all he un dertook but he was forced from the directory of tho road and now has nothing whatever to do with ita man agement In any manner 0 C Bailer chairman of tho finance committee of the Peoria III school board was charged with malfeasance In offlco by the grand Jury following tho Investigation of tho conduct of former Superintendent N C Dough arty who is now in the county jail un der Indictment for forgery and misap propriation of school fund Heartbroken over the closing of tho Peoria National bank on account of the alleged defalcation of Prof Now ton C Dougherty Its president Calvin C Lines for 63 years bookkeeper and officer of tho uank died at his hone rho report of tho bureau of Imml gration for August shows that C340J aliens landed during tho month as compared with 69777 for August 1004 Tho greatest number arrived from Russia with Italy second and Austria thirdFormer Chief Jusltco Edward lit Paxson 81 of tho Pennsylvania su premo court died at tale homo In By- cot Pa Death was duo to a compli cation of diseases President Roosevelt line decided to appoint William R Wheeler of San FrancUco to the vnoiney on the Inter state commerce commission caused by the resignation of Mr Klfor Heavily loaded with freight and with a crew of 3C men tho steamer Blk while backing out from Vicksburg Muse struck a anaw and sunk In 25 feet of water From live to ten negro roustabouts were drowned Private Albert Uiate of tho 28th battery of Hold artillery was killed during the target practice at Ft Klloy Private John Connolly anti G J Simp son ot the same battery are thought to be fatally Injured and others badly hurtGen Bate acting chief of staff has detailed MaJ Gn John F Weston formerly oooiinlwary general of wab ststenoe to the command of tho north ern military dlvlolon with headquarters at St Louis On the recommendation of Acting Secretary Oliver and Gon Dates oct ing chief of staff the president hn ex ordeal clemency In the ease of First Lieut Louis Mclane Hamilton 14th Infantry a greet grandson of Alexan der Hnmllton Twelve persons were Injured two prtilmWy fatally a score of horse were burned to death and property valued at 55000 was destroyed In a fire tint demolUbod the USelto Avenue livery barn I8allc avenue and Ohio streets Chicago 77ne MRs eri Mute building at the lAwl sad Clark exiKMlUon was com pletely destroyed by fire Practically noUtlng ut Uio mognlflowit exhibit gathered by the Mlwonrt state corn mission was saved Judge Day In the dltri t court at Omaha dlt lwd the suit of Mae C Wood against United State Stator Thomas C Platt sad Ute United States Hxpro Co In which she asked 5 400 for services rendered American grievances against Vent uela may be settled by diplomacy while Prance In the absence of any diplomatic relations at Cnraco may yet be Ormpoled to resort to a show offorceThe vlmttent bill for the mtlfl cation of the Karlstad treaty which Intture a Peaceful separation of Norway and Sweden was adopted by both houses ot the Swedlah parliament BiMtneM failures for the woek ending October 12 number 183 against 180 tho previous week 196 In the like week of 1904 203 In 1SOB and 203 In 1902 Ono woman was killed and a score of people Injured three ot them sort ously In a wreck which occurred on tho Baltimore Ohio Southwestern n short distance west of Springfield III Three coaches filled with paeengers were overturned Judge Bason who heard tho divorce caso ot Capt Hlmoro F Taggart against hIs wife at Woostor O ron dared ma decision Tho court grants Capt Taggnrt the divorce and the cus tody of the two children Culver aged 11 end Charles aged 7 Although Mrs Tnggart is denied possession ot tho children she will bo permitted to see thom Sir Henry Irving died suddenly at Bradford Rug Tho death of tho dis tinguished actor was totally unoxpeot ed Ho was engaged In a tour of the provinces appearing nightly and a tow days ago spoko at n public meet- Ing In ativooacy of tho movement for a municipal theater Sir Henry played at Bradford and returned from tho theator xo his hotel whoro ho was seized with an attack of syncopo dy- Ing at 1130 oclock Irvlngs last ap poaranco was as Becket In tho Lord Tennysons play of that name That tho body of Sir Henry Irving the English actor should find a resting placo In Westminster Abbey appears to bo a very general desire By reason of what appears to bo dis satisfaction with tho Philippines Luke E Wright governor general Of tho Philippines and president of tho Phil ippine commission will rotlro from that position about December 1 At Niagara Falls N Y John Holll day and his wife are dead and their grand son Harry Holllday Is expected to dlo from arsenic poisoning Mrs Holllday used arsenic in biscuits iris taking It for baking powder Tho Bourso Gazette announces that negotiations aro in progress with Am erican bankers looking to tho floating of a loan for GOO000000 roubles Half a mile back from tho entry six minors are imprisonodperhaps dead In tho mlno of the Clydo Coal Co Frederickntown Pa The mine Is on flro anti the belief Is general that tho entombed men con not bo reached in tlmo to wave tholr lives oven If they are not already dead The appraisal of the property left by Joseph Jefferson the actor who died last April In Florida as flied In the surrogates ofllco Now York shows that he loft real estate In New York state of the value of 115000 and per sonal property estimated at 21C20- Jobjt Newton Williamson congressman front the Second Orogon district convicted In the land fraud oases by the federal government was sentenced In the United Statue court to serve 10 months Imprisonment and to pay a fine of 100 Ono ot the strangest disasters ever record od in which five persons wero swept overboard to tholr death an other Injurod so badly that death fol lowed and In which over 30 persons wore seriously injured occurred on board tho Cunard line steamship Cant pania when a huge ocean wavo crashed down upon 200 steorago passengers on tho ships deck whllo the vowel was 1000 miles east of Sandy Hook en route to Now York from Liverpool Important subpoonues for former of ficials of packing companies said to have boon consolidated into tho National Packing Co and for forme- amolabs of the latter company were issued by federal officials at Chicago Wilbur Flsko Studebaker only son of tho late Peter K Studebaker promi vent In the carriage business died ala private hospital in New York in his 60th year from nephrltls Tune New York National baseball team won tho championship of the world by defeating the Philadelphia American In their series of coven games Tbo German emperor will be pre seated with a sliver punch bowl by tho German warrior and veteran societies of North America on the occasion ot his silver wedding February 27 next Tho bowl will bo partly of Indian de I sign and will cost 5000 Two earthquake shock of unusual duration and attesting the whole Is mail of Jamaica wore felt at Kingston The first shock was on Thursday even Ing and lasted nearly a minute The second and moat severe lasted for a minute and a half There was no dam ago to property The contract for granite and marble work on tho senate ofllco building has been let to the Vermont Marble Co of Proctor Vt for 510000 and for this limestone work to William Dradley Son of Now York for 116000 mok ing a total of 1018000 for the entire stone work Oar Wright cabled from Manila that cholera ha practically disappeared from the Philippines I I Dispatches from Panama slate thU there has boss no yellow few on the Isthmus so far this month Secretary Taft will time tats visit to I Pnnam to be there November 3 the an nlvoreary ef the separation of Panama from Colombia President Roosevelt bill decldeQ to reappoint William B Rldgely ol Illinois controller ot the currency at tho expiration of his present term next summer Mr Rldgely is a soiiln law of Senator Cullom Mix Prances Poll daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Alfred Poll and niece of J Plerpont Morgan was mar rich at Highland IlL to MaJ Martin ArcherShoo later of the 19th Hussars British army Five firemen yore injured ono probably fatally nnd property valued at 130000 was destroyed that domol ished the flvestory brick building at Chicago which was occupied by Po- drasnlk Klapperlch Co wholesale dealers in paints oils and wall paper Deeds wore recorded with the county recorder at Plttaburj Kan trans faring 4C57 acres ot land In that vicinity to tho Concordla Coal Co ro cently Incorporated n Delaware Geo Gould ii believed to be back of the companySeven new cases of yellow fever were reported at Natchez Miss and six bf those aro white patients Miss Mary Chamberlain daughter of one of tno most prominent citizens of tho that city and niece of Gov Chamber lain of Orange is among the num ber Yellow fever report at Now Orleans on the 16th Now cases 9 total to date 3314 deaths 3 total to date 431 new fool 2 under treatment 143 discharged 2740 A comprehensive denial Is given offi chilly of paragraphs appearing in tho Gorman prose to tho effect that Baron Speck Von Stornburg is likely to retire from the post of Gorman am basador to tho United States on account of delicate health Tho Chicago Nationals won tho fourth game out of flvo played in the post season series by a score of 10 to 5 thus winning the championship over the Americans The Polltken says it learns that Nan sen tho Arctic explorer will be ap pointed Norwegian minister at Wash ington Tho steamer Corwln II Spencer which under different names had been In the Mississippi river trade for the last 16 years was burned to the waters edge while lying at a dock near Jefferson barracks St Louis Gen William T Clark of Washing ton D C died In St Lukes hospital Now York of cancer of tho throat Ha was 74 years of ago Wm M Ivlns who acted as counsel for the Fassott legislative committee in 1892 and was a city chamberlain under Mayors Hewitt and Grace Is tho republican candidate for nsaycc of New York cltv THE WAR AT AN END q Emperors of Russia anti Japan Sign icaco Treaty The Date For the Exchange of Pris oners of War Between the Two Governments Has Not Yet Been Fixed St Petersburg Oat 16Spencer E Btltljr tine American charge daffaires at 8 oclock Sunday afternoon officially Informed the foreign office that the emperor of Japan ratified the Husso Japanese peace treaty Saturday The French minister at Toklo at the wimo hour informed the Japanese govern ment that Emperor Nicholas had signed the treaty Toklo Oct titTho peace treaty with Rtiiwla wont Into effect Sunday The text of tin treaty was published Sunday afternoon SU Petersburg Oct IGAB a gon onco at Portsmouth and tho resultant peace President Roosevelt was the first parson to tIC nougat by the Rus slart government that Emperor Nicholas lied ratified tho treaty As soon as thn emperors signature had boon affixed to tine instrument and before fromrV reign Minister Lamsdorf the nows was sent directly to the president Otlielal notification by tho French gov oddment according to tho foreign of flea followed several hours later when Count Lanwdorf had completed the rat ification by his signature The date for the exchange of prisoners of war has not yet boon fixed Thomas SrnlHi vice consul at Moscow sent to Medvld several thousand rou ble which had been received from JitnHn for the Japanoso prisoners thdre THE PRINCES REMAINSI Their Removal Caused Demonstrations In St Petersburg St Petersburg Oct 16For the flrtat time since tho advent of M Tre naff M head of tho government of St Petersburg demonstrations on a largo sIDle took place hero the occasion be lag the removal of the body of Prince Trpubetakoy to the Nikolai station for shipment to Moscow Students work nm l and spectators gathered In thou sands In the streets and dsmonstra Ufa with red flags paraded boldly through the Nevsky Prospect the slips main avenue The crowds and HM procession were several timid elitrged and dispersed by mounted po H4fJllit fortunately with no grave con- eqtjeece The most serious Injuries- nfttorted are those sustained by two rmn who were slashed with sabers COW WRECKS A TRAIN Five Men Were Killed on Iowa Cen tral at Seaton II- IOskaleoia I la Oct 1GIse train men were kited at Seaton III when a heavy double header freight train eastbound on the Iowa Central railroad ran Into cattle on the track at It speed of SO mile an hour Both locomotives and eleven freight cars larded wttfe grain and lumber wero piled In a leap beside the track Brakeman Morgan was driven Into the earth beneath the end of a box car Fireman Briley was found dead but apparently unwounded beside tho tan glad stool of the locomotive Engineer Summers was caught In the cab of his locomotive and cooked by steam and water from the boiler He lived sev oral hours although largo pieces of cooked flesh fell from the bones PROPOSED SHIP CANAL The Northern Terminal Will Be Located at Ashtabula O Cleveland 0 Oct IGTbo dlrec torn of both tho Pennsylvania and Ohio corporations of the proposed Lake Erie and Ohio river ship canal returned from an Inspection trip to locato the northern terminus of the canal Tho party visited Erie Pa and Ashtabula O Although no official statement is made Congressional Secretary Cassidy said that tire dlrector3 had practically decided against locating the terminus at Erie Pa because of the elevation of the city Mr Cas- sidy Intimated that Ashtabula O will be the terminus of the canal Attendance at the Exposition Portland Oro Oct IGWhon tho gates of the Lewis and Clark exposi thin closed at 1 oclock Sunday morn Ing a total attendance of 5G9CO for the day had been registered making the grand total for tho entire fair pe rlod 2G46S09 William J Bryan In Japan Toklo Oct 1C William J Bryan and his family will spend two weeks In Japan They will make a visit of five days to Toklo and Marquis Ito president of the privy council and Count Okuma foreign minister will Invite Mr Bryan to a dinner The Situation at Pensacola Pensacola Fla Oct 1C Sundays yellow fever report showed 16 now cases and two deaths While there was a small Increase In the number of cases and also in tho deaths It was noticeable that the now cases were confined to tho original foci Earthquake Shock In Italy Rogglp Dl Calabria Calabria Oct 1C Another shook of oarthquako last lag 10 seconds occurred throughout Calabria and caused a great paulo Some houses fell but there was no se inus accidents I U STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS BLAZE AT MT STERLING Five Fine Buildings Were Destroyed Including a School lit Sterling Ky Oct IGFlve fine building were destroyed by flro here entailing a lees of 18160 Tho lire started in the Montgomery Dluo Grass Seed Coe building Tire explosion of a gasoline engine caused tho flames to spread to the colored ally school building which was quickly devoured as were two frame cottages and a grocery and feed store The losses are Montgomery Blue Grass Seed Co 6 000 on building 10COO on Intents with 21000 Insurance colored school building and contents 6000 insur ance 92500 Miss Georgia Sledd storehouse 1200 Insurance GOO Joe Kingston groceries 650 no Insur ance Wesley Jameson Seeding Ma chinery Co 200 no Insurance frame cottages J1200 no Insurance Tho destruction of the school Is a hardship for the colored poope who had a few days ago rood the building from debt The Blue Grass plant was one of the most modern in the state It will be rebuilt SEVERAL MEN ENGAGED I A Census Will Be Made of Tobacco Raised In Bath County wlngavllle Ky Oct 1C President J It Uascorn of the Hath county branch of the Burley Tobacco Grow ers Co has employed a number of men to visit all sections of this coun ty and alto a census of every pound of white burley tobacco raised and what amount of land tho growers use for tobacco It Is believed that tho present Bath county crop will amount to about 40imono pounds the same as last year Tire burloy people may es tablish a warehouse hero and one at Sharpsburg to recolvo tholr Hath county purchases The first salo of the season Is that of Sidney Hart of Stoops Montgomery county to J Wilt Clay at 9 cents a pound The warehouseman hero believe that a large part of the crop will be ready by November 1 FRANK TEAVELL LYNCHED A Mob Takes Him From Jail and Hangs Him To a Tree Loulmllle Ky Oct 13Frank Teavell colored was taken from the Hlkton Ky tail by 120 mon at mid night and hanged to a treo one mile from town Temrell had gone to the SatunJQnighther daughter lie wee captured Wed nesday and sent toBlkton The negro had a wooden leg which fixed his Idea tityBefore being strung up Teavoll ad mUted his guilt and tall he expected to bo lynched A TERRIBLE MISTAKE Children Ate Corrqslvc Sublimate In stead of Sugar r Hnsnrd Ky ct lGTwo tulles below here on Second creek two chil dren of Jason Comott a veterinarian were killed by swallowing corrosive oubllmato The children thinking it was sugar ato a large quantity of It and died a tow minutes afterward Marion Combs a neighbor who chanc ed to call In about this time also took a taste of the poison and at last accounts was In a serious condition The Brecklnrldge Home Sold Lexington Ky Oct 13rnco rest dence of the late CoL W C P Breck lnrldge on East High street was sold for hid executors at public sale J D Wilson was the purchaser for 9000 D F Frazee bought the farm of E H Ferguson comprising 498 acres for 50000 Neck Broken aRunaway Louisville Ky Oct HWhile on her way to tho funeral of Fred Schursh who committed suicide Wed nesday two days after his marriage Mrs Charles Vlttwer was thrown from a buggy In a runaway and her neck broken Site lived only a few minutes Switchman Killed By An Engine Paducah Ky Oct 14James Scott an Illinois Central switchman of Pa- ducah 47 was killed at Fulton lie thatIoff throwing Scott under the engine Took His Own Life Covington Ky Del 13Whlle do spondent John Vogelsang 41u farm or cut his throat from ear to ear Vogelsang resided on the Taylor Mill road back of Covington but was stopping at the homo of his brother inlaw Joseph Gnrlich- Accidentally Killed Himself Dayton IS Oct IGJol Schert ler 69 a butcher of Fourth and Boone streets accidentally killed himself while cleaning a shotgun in 14s room preparatory to going on a hunting trip Half the tilde of his head was blown off Goode Will Stand Trial Newport ICy Oct 1ftIt was rumored In this city that Charles V Goode the defaulting clerk of the dls trict of Clifton Nvould soon return and stand trial for the alleged embezzle ment of IS59 from the tonnsliio IS SLOWLY DYING For a Week Editor Moore Has Been Unable To Lie Down Lexington Ky Oct 14 Charles C Moore tho Heathen Editor and pub Usher of the Infidel weekly the Blue- Grass Blade is said to be dying at his home in this county Ho Is suffering from heart trouble and asthma and re ports from his homo say that he has been unable to He down for more than a week aril that what sleep bo gets he is forced to take sitting upright In a chair Editor Moore has made him self a national character during the past few years by his writings on Infidelity and prohibition and his ideas concerning religion have on several oc casions resulted In warm debates with ministers He was convicted several years ago In tho federal courts and sentenced to a terns In the penitentiary for sending obscenco matter through the malls but after serving several months In the federal prison at Columbus was pardoned THE SHELBY CUTOFF Court Orders the L N To Operat Local Service Shelbyvllle Ky Oct HJudtJohn D Carroll of Now Castle sitting aa special Judge In equity In the Shelby circuit court in tho caso of tho commonwealth against tho L N railroad entered an order directing and commanding tho defendant rail road to furnish one each day Sundays excepted reasonable and proper fa cilities for receiving forwarding and delivering freight and passengers over Its line of road known as tho Cut off between Shclbyville and Chrls tlanburg Tho L N is given 3D days to comply with the order An appeal was granted to tho court of appeals Judgo It F Peak vacated the bench In this caw for the reason that he Instituted the action while com monwealth attorney ANOTHER TO BE IMPANELED Trial of Bowers For Murder Resulted In a Hung Jury London Ky Oct 13Tho trial of Virgil Bowers the negro for tho murder of George Farris the wellknown Krox county lumber merchant In the circuit court here resulted in a hung Jury Ten of the Jury wore for tho death penalty while two held out torn life sentence The court mado an or der for the sheriff to go to Roekcastle county and summon 50 men from whom to select a new Jury to try the case The men will arrive Friday afternoon and the case will go to trial again Bowers Escapes Death Penalty London Ky Oct 16Virgil Bow era the negro charged with the murder of George Farris time Knox county lumber merchant was sentenced to life Imprisonment A former trial ot tho ease resulted In a hung Jury ten being for tho death penalty and two for a life sentence Though there IS much dissatisfaction over the verdict It Is not probablo that Bowers will bo lynched Saved From a Mob Louisville Ky Oct 13Charles H Oreenwell under indictment for the murder of Martin Roberts at Beards town Nelson county was brought to Louisville and lodged In Jail for sate keeping A mob had planned to lynch himiUnited States Court Convenes Covlngtoq Ky Oct IGJudgc A M J Cochran will convene United States court hero for the fall term Monday There is a large civil docket and a heavy criminal calendar about CO cases of each and court Is expect ed to be In session this week and next A Youth Indicted For Murder Harrodsburg Ky Oct HJohn Marshall 12 was Indicted by tho grand Jury for killing Peter Crockett u boy of about tho same age Marshall fired several times at his com panions Just for tunand killed the little Crockett boy- ElectedAGrand Master Shelbyvlllo Ky Oct 13The Ken tucky grand lodge of Odd Follows elected A W Clemonts of Morgan Hold grand master anti W C 0 Hdbbs of Lexington deputy grand mastere Goes Into Winter Quarters Lexington Ky Qct 1GThe roc ing string of Capt S S Brown arrived hero anti went Into winter quarters at the old Kentucky Association race track now owned by Capt Brown The horses will be trained here Shot and Wounded Brother Covlngton Ky Oct 1C Because his brother John turned him out of doors at Third and Main streets Wil liam Oliver fired a shotgun at the for mer Sovoral buckshot took effect in Johns body but none In ary vital part To Pipe the ProductrBarboursvllle Ky Central Kentucky Natural Can Oo has a buen formed by the San lm Oil C to take over the Menlfee CUUAty ni3 fields and pipe the product to Loxlug ton Winchester and Mt Steriax HHHHH I I Iii I I I I 1 1 I 11 I I I I I I I 1111 I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I Eastern Kentucky News Ho cerreipoadeee puMUhcd Mess ticned in fun by the writer The name it set fer pubUeatttn but AI an evidence of good faith Write plainly LLLLLLLLL ttt1MI1i tJtt4 4J mot + 111111 I I I I I I I MADISON counn HARTS Got 1 The Sunday school at this place is nicely with lr8I Kitchen n s ettperintoudentIluv- Kiutsbury preached here We art jlud to have him with tiS again The infant cjiild of Brncl Pigg is very sick with throat troublo Mrs Lttti UoblM of Hamilton is visiting her father William Powell Will Ponder and Jolt Henderson of Bemi atteiivled prayer meeting at Hurts Tuesday night Bradley Lak says he is u sweet boy now ns ho is in tho moliisws business Bvorybodj enjoyed the jienie Saturday ospec Tally the dinner and pranching Mis McQueen gore the young folks u bear stiflliujj last week Several of tho folks tin pltuiuing to nttutul thi I association af rinver Bottom Jaoksoi county 13th and Utb is c4 nteni latiiiK moving to 1OXIOI11 HICKORY PLAINS Oct Ii Mitw Beat Roberts of LHfollrtte IViui is hw inch Kiiih McKeelian Mild frimllsl at Kugstn Mia8 Lizzie IF upending a few days with Mr and Mrs Joe Alaupin at Kingston Mrs I Bud Bush niuldaughter Sallw spent Thursdaywith Mrs Kir Corneliaon Harbor awl 101111 Smith of Whiles Station spout Sunday with Luther Mnupiu Mise Della Williams spout Saturday night with the Misses Ida anti Lizzie Maupin and attended the box supperA box supper was hold at lIilkor Plains schoolhouse re ceutlywith exercises by Miss Jones pupils Mrs Etta Kinunnl and little daughter Mildred Lucille spent lust wokwith Mrs KiniinnVssistor Mrs Addie Cirnnlison Tom MoKeehau and family will move next month to Big Hill Pike where ho intends to run a sawmill Mr Hewlett Ions I hauled lumber for the erection of his UBW house Miss Joke Harris re turned home Suwlay from a weeks visit vith her aunt Mrs Stivers at- KingstonMiss Mollie Johnson was the guest of Mine Iteua Jones Sutur day night Miss Maud Johnson was the guest of Miss Mattie Bongo Sat unlaynightMiss Julia Johnson spent Saturday night with Misses Jennie and Lizzie Burdett Oct L3It is reported that Jake Herixkm has purchased Mrs Mollie CollinsH farm and that John Bales him bought Pit Beuge S farm and that the latter will leave shortly for Illinois Sundayschool was hold last Sunday at Daniel Maupius because tho key to the schoolhouse could not bo found but it will bo hold at tho schoolhouse Sunday Miss Bertha Matipin of Whites Station will start Monday for Bloomington lit for an extended visit with rela tives MIFSOS Lizzie Burdett and Joice Harris are salesladies at Bick non Eurlys at Boron during tho sagodIra Bud Johnson and chil dren spent Mandny with Mrs John Johnson Miss Ida Manpiu spent over Sunday night with Miss Mollie Johnson Squire Johnson and wife and Jim T Cornelison and wife visited Lexington Ky lost week John Johnson salesman for W G White will be out again in a fow days Our Sundayschool at this place began last Sunday Mr Gros veuor and wife will superintend fo- rusMr and Mrs Joe Maupin of Kingston Miss Mollie Johnson Harbor and Farley Smith and Mrs Kiz Coruelispn spent Sunday with tho family of Daniel Maupin OWSLEY COUNTY RICETOWN WH are in receipt of another communication in regard to tho debate between the Ingersoll and Grassy Branch debating societies claiming that the decision of the judges was in favor of the alHrmative As this is a question that txmoeraa the immediate locality mom than the general pub hOtoUlI as we hero already given space to rash side ofithe question we must be excused if we leave the mat tor to bo fought out at home by those most interacted Send on the news MAJOR Oct 10Jaok Frost visitedus al- fow nights last week Saturday October H WHS pay day for the etchers und of courao most all of thorn wore on hand The teachers of Ovsloy county realize 321 this year While crossing tho South Fork nonr tho mouth of Upper Wolf Crook last Wednesday Mr Edward Johnson of Aunville Jackson county was drowned His horse fell with him and ho was unable to swim Arthur Garret has returned homo sick from Louisville M B Flnnery has returned from Madison county where he has been to look out a location The infant child of Win Peters died of whooping cuugh last Sunday morningMisses Mary and Laura Ray gave a party to the young F people of White Oak Saturday night All spook of an enjoyable tlmo Itofyear us won recommended Rev Mooroi goes to Monica yAroh M Clark expects to go to Colorado after finishing his school GABBARD Oct 1 L1Vo wore not quite rosily to wolcomo tho visits from Jaol Frost recently His appearance tolls us that winter is on tho mittAs to tho reports from Cow Crook about Mr Hackers awful disease if 1 weroI permitted to make a suggestion I should soy for Mr Hacker to have his great too amputated mod SilO If that would stop tho gout iu it Elmer nnd Henry Gabbnril were on Doe Crook last week taking some cattle over to Tom Fl nierysC B Moore one of our candidates for magistrate was on Cow Creek last week vxavassingJ L Gahbanl is making sorghum this week lIe has the largest cane patch in this purl of the country Mr smith Mrs Meredith Gnbbardwhohave bwu visiting home folks at this plus returned to their homo in Ohio last week James Gobbard also returned with them and ho expects to work in Ohio for Bomo tinroEd Fluimry nominee for County Clork passed through hero recently electioneering R W Minter wna hero Friday after n load ofcornIValkor Wilson Deputy sheriff passed through hero collect ing taxes this weokNud Johnson of Jackson county while crossing the river at tho mouth of Wolf CreekI was thrown from his horse B1II1I drowned Tho river was swollen from recent rains- JACKSON COUNTY EVERGREEN Oct 17T A Campboll has ron ted the C S Martin farm Ho says be warts to got back homo again Misses S J and T Hillianl at tended tho Clovorbottom Association Leonard Martin says ho is going to UO nn heir in our next county judges familyWill Bock is done making sorghum =Thero is n prospect of a welding near Sizomore Mr Joel Lako says he has lost eight nights sleep out of onch week since ho traded muloa in August- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Oct 10 Clarence Watkins and Martha MoKinsoy were married lost Sunday Rev J W Lambert oill oiltoJJackrost visited us all last week but about everything unless it was tho cane wus out of dan gerRovJ W Lambert attended tho Association at Clovorbottom in fackson County last weokMr andI Mrs J L Martin of Rockford visited Mrs Etta Lambert Sunday evening Mrs Carrie Woodall of Boron is isitiug her parents Mr and Mrs John WrenJ H Sizmuore whom ve reportedvery sick some days ago is no hotter at this writing and his heath is expected at any timeAf- ew days meetingwill commence at airviev WednesdaynightAlton iIcKinsey gave the young folks a lance Saturday nightMr Robert Smithwho went to Tennessee to see his mother who was sick has re turned home His mother died while he was with herMrsP- attio Montgomery who line toon sick is bettor at this wrl- tingMrs Sam McClure wont to 3orea this weok on business Mr and Mrs W M Korbey visited rola ives near Mt Vernon a few days ago Visiting among tho neighbors is all the go this fall- DISPUTANTA Oct 10Miss Elton Wild teacher of the Davis branch schoolvisited homo folks in Jackson county Friday and Saturday Died on tho 15th Jlint Northerns little girl There has beep a case of smallpox on tho toad of Clear Creek but they are nil well noiv and the flag has been taken townMiss Elizabeth Wild is visiting J E McGuire this wookWo- Lll enjoyed the patriotic picnic heroin tho 14th We always have a good line when Borea takes a part with us andmore especially if Prof Dodges in the ring We could have hind a bettor time ifwo had had n longer noticoMiss Dinksie Lake was isiting her sister Mrs J E Ham nond last w eokMiss Mattie Mo ihiire visited friends in Jackson county last weekR A Swinford mils bought tho stock merchandise or Mullins Bros at Withers Ky and is going to run a store there D N Welch travelling salesman for Bryan Goodwin passed through this wCIkWe all enjoyed tho lecture giVln us by Prof Dodge He is tho nan among menTho two big Jack Frosts that came recently seemed to nako sweet potato digging tho order of tho day l l News in Kentucky 11 A LOUISVILLE GIRL She Will Marry a Western Mine Own er Rated In the Millions Loulfrvlllo Ky Oct 18Mrs Bllsi both Wymond Young one of lx tu vtlles most beautiful young vomei will become the bride of John KrancJ Judge the owner of several gold 1lII turquoise mines In Utah and regards several times a millionaire 1he ceremony will take place at the horn of the bride and only Immediate friends and relatives will bo presets The honeymoon will be spent In New York for which place the couple leav Wednesday night She IB well know In that olty and In other Bootal centers Mr Judge Is a graduate of Val nnd Van RenBtelaer university TroY N Y The young people met In Cal forma two years ago and It was n caeo of lovo at first IghL They wUl make their home In Salt Lake City ASKED FOR AN OPTION A Controlling Interest In the Loultvlll Tobacco Warehouse Wanted LouUrllle Ky Oct 1LA boat bro kwaK firm offered SO for tlrs omnino Mock of the Loulsrtll TOba000 Wan hoiMft Co which hi quoted oa tile mAr- ket at from 56 to IG A nieeUng of Ihe principal officers of the ooaipany wo hell and tile offer woe declined The mrnlnR on the common Mock for tlto past year are Mid to have been 10 pet cent Ilaall Doerhoefw ono of Ui largest stockholder of the OOmtJAny Mid that he would not comWer an offer of eM than ISO for the Mocl The brokers who are seeking the 01 ticm declined to say who they are rirestating They want wt option vnti January 1- THE MOB HANGED HIM Jury Gave Virgil Bowers Convicted of Murder a Life Sentence London Ky Oct lBVIrgil now en the negro who killed George Farris a lumber deal teat August ws taken from Ui e Jail and hung to an apple tree scarcely out of town by arms men and a maakd mob of some 100 men supposed to have coine frog Knox county flowers shot aM klllecl Farrli without one word bring spoke by either There was one white mat with Farris and a negro with Bowen Both tMtiflvd that Ute kllMag wa witho it prorooatloa Te necro body was found at daylight swung to a tree two feet from the ground Dowers bad lIMn glTan a life seaiOM by a Jury Toll Road Company Indicted Newport Ky Oct 1Th grant jury In anatoa at AUxaadrla moil a rejwrt finding aa Indictment sp8Mes Ute Grants Lick Claryrlll aIM lkthn Turnpike Co It Is charged in UM In dlottnsnt that the company vllUoll and negUgvotly permtttad the tarn pike to become unfit for travel wham toll was being charged Indicted For Attempted Bribery Oovington Ky Oct 8Charles It arvts who was confined in Jail at Cat ettaburg serving a aeatoaoa for retailing whisky without a HOMMM was ndioted In tho United Stator court fog ifforlug 26 It Is alleged to the jailer to bribo him to lot him escape Iron Jail Kentucky Masons Meet Louisville Ky Oct 18When tho 106th annual communication of thi Masonic grand lodge of Kentucky one or tho oldest bodies in tho Unltw States was called to order over Obi delegates from all parts of Kentucky nsworod to their names A Kentucky Man RobbedI Memphis Penn Oct 18Robbod- pr all his private papors notes aht Bash with the exoepUon of 30 gents F E Stanloy of Louisville Ky stop pod here on route to Houston Tax tc make complaint against tho sleeping car company Fatal Fight Over a Woman Mlddlesboro Ky Oct 18In a fight over a woman In the outskirts of UIO own Mark Smith shot Tilman Weal hreo Limos killing him instantly Smith escaped to the mountains and officers have gone to arrest him Maddened By Taunts Owlngsvlllo Ky Oct lSDQcaUBO IB was subject to fits and his play nates had taunted him Herbert Reed urged 18 swallowed ammonia at his tome on Millers creek lie was saved by hard work by physicians Judge James A Burnam Dead Richmond Ky Oct 18 Former ounty Judge James A Burnam died here at his home after a lingering III ness He was 48 years of age had tho son of Judge Curtis F Burnam Ho tIS survived by his wife Newport Man Held Up Newport Ky Oct 18 Henry hosed this city reported to the pollco that ho bad been hold up and sandbagged at tho corner of Tonth street and Park venue by two moo who robbed him of two now blankets Boggs Elected Moderator Louisville Ky Oct ISAt the opon Ing session of the annual meeting or- the Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky held here Roy S D Boggs of Cat ittaburg was elected Moderator for the ensuing year- Distiller Brown Dead Louisville Ky Oct 18J T S Drown distiller and a leading spirit In Louisville commercial circles died ILl the result of heiporrbaga of tho kda Heartburn You know what it is few people are ex empt from frequent spoltsof this dis tressing complaint The appetite be cornoa impaired while a severe gnawing or burnlngAensat Ion inex perienced in the upper of the abdomen Heartburn is one of themanywayKin which tho digestive organism exprMit disapproval o illtreatment warns you to be cartful Dr CaldwellsLNxatrrr Syrup Pepsingives instant relief in all cases of heart burn and toeing and Mrengthenia the stomach and bowels prevents a return of tbe trouble I PEPSINIsarising from the stomach bowel and kidneys and because of Its purity can bo used with impunity fur bolla children and groWll I DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PBPSIf eon lHt obtained in both dollar and half dollar sis from all druggist Itd008Your poi card rvgwut wet bt1tw bY m11 r 1M 11et DR CAWau saplhaee fII1 refflidjr Do II cow I CoMontlcctlo For Sale by S E WELCH Ji BEREA KY ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROOK FOHD Oat 17Miss Hrttie Toll qf Crab Orchard la visiting her cwwi Mim May Todd this week Him Miuuie anti Lula Waddle viit d Mr anti Mrs II C Ituwlett of DiRt Unta Saturday and Sunday W II Stephen w nt to Clear Creek Mot flay on buinlMTbto protract IMMH balling will noon cUwo in Seal fold CareMiss K K Lake visited home folks near Brea Katunlayam 1 Sunday Eli BulUn ofonwav was at John Uaddn Sundaynmi IXINJ IWMU M Ballard of Mt VHHT WM iu this vicinity Monday WILDIE Oct IOJim IMUOI anti MiM Nanak Mullen were uiarri ilat th brides borne last Thursday Jiuitui UraoatnaD of lieiva viniud hult folk Saturday and Sunday Mn Alice Cookof Heron JH visiting the family of H S Uraimtnin Mm Will Clynier and eliildifiiof John t la vinitwl Mr lyuura luollur Mrs Jaw Clyiwr on Sunday Mis IJtoMit HobortM of Lafulltt Tcnn who has tn viKitini the Find girls hiss r tunifd born The IXmliK Lickcorr ion lfiit inniiKt kfu alum DUE Anglin lMinIC with his wife at Mr Fihuan aociul as Mr Aught w not married It wu Mr taorgi Sparks and wife iDwtfoadllrs Kut Tatuut M viiiiling Mrs M K Stewart Mra Annie Richardson Faunii aril Albert Fish and Charlie Adam went to lieuea Friday L T Stcwar was on horse Lick the limt of tin weok trading uorm Ten if Size more aril sister vinit l their anul Itt Uiwh Creek on Sunday The TnrnnlHlM KHIIitw Vs w + The tarantula kilter ta a buxtllnt unquiet creature Wh H ruunlnicoti UN ground ttr wlnir vibrato cwutuuMMly When It sight Its pry It aim In cite vIea around it The tarantula tram wee vtokniUjr BOW ran and kidm now rising rampant shows signs ol Aral TIle watchful bootnji Rude i favorable MHSMNM darts upon Ha TU tin with ewrcd body and thrusts it Its Ming If ios1bl Into the soft ab dame Often tile pother Is at ouzo paralysed but a second 8001 even t third wound to sometimes uM Mry The victor aelMi Its motlouhMM prey with Ita jaw and dreg It to a bole previously dug she tbrunto It In do posits an egg upnn It Iud rovers it up In this CUM the bulk of Ux Urautuli liuurtrj sulttclmt toed fur tlw off spring and Otis alone In prulclcll ui Seems to btt UK ruse with tile cicada stortiiK waits taut the mud dnulMi KiMl her Ilk whirl Moltvt mnullir prey garner many rarely nealiiiK a c1c r It Is quite tullII C MoCook lu liar pers Iagaalneflow TtlielnuH ieesN Lay mind Aerie alike the lidiabltani of Lana are cutlrely similar to those of the rent of Tibet There Is Indeed- but one tllfferciKe wren In too dress In one provlnc through which Wf passed the women flue a tunjuoN studded lisle aa a headdretw In Lassa- a flllet ornamented In the same way U bound close down over tholr hair fluffed out on either side oral falls down over the abouiders It U one fir time most becoming ways of doing the hair that I have ever neon and fur a certain type the entire tlnms of a wo tuna of LJIHHH would be H iMHomliio costume for u fmuy dross bull at home The dress of the men and the women Is very slujilar Titers i a sin gle undergarment and one heavy ua live clotli robe dun or crimson In color antI usually jiHtdied whlth 1111 wxei pull In around the wait with n ciriili- tho men Jiiiuiliiutf it Ui tin iit 10 form the only picket thut they use Worlds Work i9 Ii q Something for Students f w Pictures worth looking at Como and sate thorn W I sIEverything in the Furniture 1tLa 0 LESTER jj- to s yfItE Jl Berea CollegeROUNDED 1865 PLACES THE nEST EDUCATION IN REACH OP ALL I Over 40 Taaohairs and Students from 26 Statos Largest GolUfe Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS I APPLIED SCI1KC1 Two year Coonw with Rgriwltiiro fur nxm men suit DtHnrxtic SOM ROI fur youog ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Carpeutry Printing Housework N lining twn ywinOnORXAL COURSES For Uweher Tim owinws tending ti 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