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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i H 111111 rHHHtIHIIH BEREA PUBLISHING CO ManlrerII Rattrttl at Hit Foitoffltt eteuimaUmatttr at lltrta Kg ta itcvnd I HIIII+IIIIII jJr+1I II IHo I VOL VII Fivo coutfl a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1905 One dollar a year NO 20 IDEAS I slept and dreamed that life waR locality I woke and found that life was dutyE S Hooper I Thin In life Make this forenoon sublime this afternoon n psalm this night n prayer thus Unto la conquered and thy crown In vonE n Sill Do not simply good be good for eomctlilugThoreauTeach and King in all things then to BCO and what I do in anything to do it an for tllcclIor hurt IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Although the order from President forIworthy and Inefficient subordinates manyfriendsninny reasons why such officers should have this power Secretary Hitch cock recently dlnmiMod four clerks in the Pension Bureau who wore accused of lending money to follow clerks at usurious rules of Interest This nummary action could not have been taken under former conditions It has been discovered tout over i air millions of dollars have been stolen twin the city of Philadelphia by moans of excessive costs collusive bidotc in the construction of fil tration plants and the northern and southern boulevards Some of those rcttjionsible for this are now under bonds awaiting trial on charges of maybeThe Southern Immigration and Quarantine Conference will taunt in Chattanooga November Unnd 10 ThoConfereucu wax called by tot of thin Governors of southern states and by thp heads of bonnie of tmdo throughout the South and it is ox neclMl that there will bo at least five hundred delegates in attendance Tho proposal to encourage Italian immigration is expected to provoke much discussion Brokers Haas and Peoklmm wore recentlyreleased from custody in with the cotton fraud cases on the ground that they worn not guilty ofnnr offence recognized by tho nn York It is extwcled that they will ho ox tradited to Washington whore there are lawn touching their notion The Dearth of Elections ofNow Yorkcity refused by u tlo vote to place William T Jeromes name in tho Republican column of tho official t ballot an nominee for tho office of District Attorney in the coming city Rod county election Charles A Flammur the regular candidate withdraw last week in favor of CountyComulittee h008boforc dl8jturbttin recent tour of the far East Ho says that sho was presumptuous in receiving such attentions on these are only for royalty Wo on this side consider i t such things as entirely proper attentions I to Ixi given to American girls I The writer would better visit Ameri cu and learn a few things FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho German Ambassador on his return to Washington will submit proposals to President Roosevelt for a now trado agreement between tho United States and Germany Our export trade with Germany bus been jeopardybyAs n result of tho pressure brought upon him by the condition of the Empire Emperor Nicholas line sign txl a manifesto doing away with abusulutism and granting freedom of speech conscience union and ns Bociatiou Tho state Douma is given absolute control of all laws Tho right of suffrage is largely extended and Count Witto will ut once form a cabinet to carry out tho plan of liber OICOptionM At tho opening of tho French parliament thin week tho Senate will pnisedbyHiimmor separating church aud state It is expected that a hitter struggle will result but Premier Rouvior is confident of n support for his minis tryNorwaw offered its crown to any Bon of King Oscar but the latter refused For a time it seemed that a republic was a possibility but it has boon deeded that n continuation of tho monarchy is necessary for tho safety of Norways international po Bition Amalgamated Copper is in trouble in China Tons of sheet copper have tlllllliC08t i THE CITIZEN RUSSIA REJOICES The Day Was One Such as the Russians Never Beioro have SeenI 11iSEVERAL CONFLICTS OCCURRED Socialists anti Ilnyolutioimlres Organ ized AntiGovernment Demonstra tions Iud lied Flair Parades Under Orders of Count Witte and Gen Trepoff the Troops Generally Were Withdrawn From the Streets of the Cities St Petersburg Nov 1AU Russia Tuesday celebrated enthusiastically the emperors girt of freedom which the greater PUt of the people rocdv ed with deepest Joy though In St Pe tersburg Moscow and other cities BO clalltfts and revolutionist organized nnUgovernnioiit demonstrations and red nag parades which witty Uio pa trlotio nmulfoBtaUons led to a aura bur of oontllotB between tho Rode and Whiten as tho antlBOVornmont unit royalist factions are respectively term ed On the whole tho day passed moro quietly In Russia than had been ex pected though collisions between tho people and tho troops arc reported from Poltava Kazan and Kishlnoff In each of tho two capitals of St Petersburg and Moscow the day was ono such as the Russians never before have seen The Slavic people which during Uio long war Just clotted sail tho anxious period preceding tho an nouncement of the new era of constl tuUonnllsiu zoomed self restrained and apathetic gave Itsoif up fully to tho exuberance of the moment and spont the entire day In parades and assemblies which for the first Umo In the history of Ilussia wore freely per misted People Given Full Rein Under the oraore of Count Wale and Don Trepoff tho troops generally wero withdrawn from tho streets of the clUes and the fullest rotn given the people to let out their enthusiasm In demonstrations which BO long ns they were not destructive wore not In tenured with It was a significant omen that after a fortnight of gloomy and depressing weather symbolic of tho days of the strike the sun shone out brightly Tuea day In St Petersburg and brought a radiant Indian summer day The scenes In St Petersburg remind od the observer of ovenU in an Amor loan university town after a great football victory but a thousand Union magnified From early morning tho streets of the capital woro tilled with a mess of demonstrators who paraded up and down tho long and broad Nov sky Prospect and tramped time and again the route between tho two prin cipal centers of demonstration the Kazan cathedral and the university and constantly augmenUng reached a grand total of fully 200000 Strikers Resume personsI Moscow Nov 1rboro lie rejoicings hero over tho emperor1 manifesto and tho strikers rosumedI work Many meetings woro I the streets and ono at the university whore Prof Manulloff addressed the prolcessionsuns and paraded through tho Hinging patriotic songs trcotaI wards tho residence of Gov Don novo for the purpose of tbo liberation of political prisoners POIiCOoImenwhom Uie crowd wanted released A conflict ensued In which there was firing on both sides and two persons wero killed and some Injured Ix ndon Nov 1A dispatch to a news agency from St Petersburg says Count Wlite authorizes tho announcement that tho ministry of Justice will free all political prisoners whoso re loco at tho present moment will not endanger public order Details of Uio release will bfr arranged at ministerial conferences during tho noxt few days PROCURATOR RESIGNS Unwilling To Remain In Office Under I a Parliamentary GovernmentI St Petersburg Nov ITho dawn of a constitutional era narks also Uio passing of Conotantno Iotrovltch Poa biodonostseir tho aged chief procurator of the Holy Synod and the servant and advisor of three emperors who all during his long life had boon tho strongest defender of tho autocracy Ho was unwilling to remain In offlco under a parliamentary and presented his GOvernmentI was accepted by tho emperor tho sauio tlmo nominated him to atI senate tho resting place of atniosmonMany Persons Killed Kazan Russia Nov lJTho attack of a detachment of Cossacks on a num ber of prominent members of tho professions during a celebration hero led to an encounter In which tho troops used their rifles and lulled many per gone Qen Trepoff Resigns Paris Nov ITho St Petersburg Gen1Tropelr V DETAINED BY FOG Dolphin With President Aboard Compelled to Lay One Hour Oil Maryland Point SALUTE WAS FIRED ON LANDING The Chief Executive Devoted Several Hours to Jccl1mniutell1hlsllle il j During tho Afternoon The President Regards His Southern Trip Just Ended as a Most Enjoyable and Profitable Experience The Sea Voyage Washington Nov IThe president came ashore from the DolpHin at1ho- navy yard at 1165 The Dolphin was compelled to lay for ono hour off Ma ryland Point because of the fog the vroeJdent was received by a guard of marines accompanied by the Marino 01I21 guns when the president arrived and another salute when ho left the yard at 12 oclock Mrs loaeov lt I drove to the yard at 1130 a m and greeted thejirosldont upon his arrival savotalfcock who was followed by PoslnMxter General Cortelyou and Secretary Iloot It was announced upon the presidents return to tho whko house What no cabi day net meeting would bo held during the lItho Russian govnrainant This charge III viewed with the utmost satisfaction from an Amorloan standpoint The Roosevelt Boiler President Roosevelt regards his southern trip Just ended as a most on Joyablo and profitable experience Par ticularly did he onjoy the sea vojoge and tho president expressed hlniggit in the most enthusiastic terms rafter Ing tho ships officers and men of the squadron Whllo at sea Sunday tho proapjjhl motto a speech to the officers rinll nien ha4jl5tIj ship in the builtfrTOMfa pnftmitjr decorated afaovol was put idle his hand and ho was asked to throw a shovel of coal into a particular boiler Ho throw in two and the bailer was immediately christened the Roasts volt hollar Tho shqvol was passd around that every stoker might shovl ol coal with It It was then speedily demolished Into bits each bit being retained as a souvenir At Ute eon elusion ot tho speech the president was given throe rousing cheen by the officers and men GOV WRIGHT RETIRES A Farewell Banquet Was Tendered To Him In Manila Manila Nov 1The farewell ban quet to Gov huko R Wright WM at tonded by many army officers and ci vilians and was ono of the most pop ular demonstrations over given to an offlolal of tho Islands Tho governor was toasted by American Bng sumen Spaniards and FlHplnos lie was cheered for throe minutes when ho arose to speak In his address he gave creitU to his colleagues for the worlc that nad been accomplished He said there never had boon personal differ cnces between the commlselonera From tho first they novor had been conscious ot swerving from tho policy of President McKinley Ho urged Uio people to ccaso pollUcal discussions and work for the development ot the islands THE PUBLIC PRINTER Charles A Stillings of Boston Re celved the Appointment Washington Nov 1 Charles A Sttl lings of Boston was appointed public printer by the president Tho appointment of Mr SUllings was not forecasted by any discussion of his candidacy for tho place The large printing firms of Now York and Boston Indorsed him as a practical printer ant executive Ho was also strongly endorsed by Senator Crane He Is a son of Gen Stillings who wad adjutant general on the staff of till Into CommandorlnChlef Blackmar of the Grand Anny of the IlepuoHc Tho position which Acting Public Printer Ricketts will occupy under tho new administration of tho affairs of tho government printing office will be determined by Mr SUllings The Proposed Meeting Postponed Washington Nov ITho proposed meeting of the committee to consider tho question of changing tho date of the Inauguration of tho president of the United States from the fourpth of March has been postponed from No vembor 8 until November 28 The Incident Closed Inoidontlgrowing Train and his son by a Chinese mob near Nankin has been satisfactorily adjusted Tho incident Is now con dwell c1ooedj RAilWAY WRECKS Thirteen People Killed and 30 Injured on Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Road FIVE COACHES WERE DITCHED I In Many Oases It Was Necessary to Dig Under Debris to Release tho Victims Five Persons Were Killed In a Head On Collision Between Two Freight Trains On the C R I P Road at Carey la j Kansas City MoW 31 Thirteen persons wore killed and 30 Injured In tho wreck of the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe passenger train No 1 known as the California pxpraes which while running at the rate of 35 miles an hour struck a loose rail ditching five cars ono mile east of Blue river which ii the eastern limit of this city The train 11 a through train running be tween Chicago and San Francisco It was running at a higher speed than usual being 10 or 1G minutes behind Its schedule The wreck occurred at what railroad men call the Rock Crook out on a curve where Jagged rook walls on each side of the track form a bluff almost a hundred feet high Tbo engine was going so rapidly that It paused tho loose rail In safety tho mall car Immediately be hind Jumped the track and struck the side of the bluff to the right and Ute four cars following ploughed through it and shot against tho high stono wall at the left The skies of the coaches were torn off by scraping against tho rough stone surface and passengers and trainmen ground against tho wall were either idled outright or badly hurt In many Instances It was necessary to dig under the debris to extricate the unfortunate victims One man In the smoker had been pinned against a hot stove with ono foot in the stove suffering untold agonies as his foot wee slowly burned by Mve coals ThIs WM one of many agonizing scenes wit nessed by the rescuers Des Moines la Oct 3LFivo per eoiTs wero kilted In a headon collision between two freight trams on the Chi esf itotk utod I PotAn railroad I at Carey la Doth tnUns wero badly wrecked and the engine plied Into heaps of scrap Iron THE SUIT CASE MYSTERY i The Victim Is Believed To Be Miss Susan Geary a Chorus Girl Boston Oct aoThat the dismem bored body found In a suit case at Wlnlhrep on September 21 is that ot I Susan Geary of Cambridge la the be hat of the girls family and friends and of the Boston police department Misa Goory who was the daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Geary was a chorus girl of tho Shepherd King company and was known on the stage as Ethel Durroll She was 21 years old Mrs Geary Identified three rings taken from tho right hand found in the secI end suit case picked up near the new- Charleston bridge on Fday last as those worn by her daughter when she absented herself from the thnatrl 10ta long and searching examination at police headquarters lasting until after 1 oclock in the morning Morris Nathan secretary to the manager of the Shepherd King Co was held on a charge of murdering his sweetheart Miss Susan Geary the victim of the Winthrop suit case mystery I MONUMENT UNVEILED PrellI r Springfield Mass Oct 27Amid the most favorable conditions afforded by magnificent autumn weather and orIoracled hero in memory of the late President McKinley was unveiled with appropriate oxurclses The mon ument stands oa Pecouslc hill near ono 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oFOI325 8 o We are very fortunate in being able to arrange o- o with the publishers of these three well known magazines to offer a subscription for the coming year at this sen sational price No other such offer will be made by s this paper or any other this year You have in this e offer some of the best magazine literature of the day o and your favorite weekly at just half price u Dont Wait the offer is good for both new and re newal subscriptions the only condition being that these o shall be in cash and that renewals shall be for at least a o- o year in advance of the time subscribing for the ma gazines Come in at once and bring your money Allwhose subscriptions are paid a year in advance can P have the magazines for 225 t- vsoososoosoo ososoooos sososo ososososos3soo11 THE OLD PIANO The otd piano with 1U yellowed keys And eagglog stringy all flecked with mottled rust lu squat lw carved Into grotesquerie Its lid with scratche hidden by tbe dust It stands today there In the unused room Wbore all discarded things are Idly flung With tho ohce cherished things It share Its tomb But ah the strains it made when it was young Tbe old Song Album dusty too and torn Lit sprawled all carelessly upon the rack With leaves halt opened at the pages worn Old favorites to which wo once turned back Old songs the simple songs that held the heart By reason of their melody and truth They coax anew tbe memories that start From out that fountain head of dream our youth- Sometimes she roes with gentle noiseless tread Into that room and looks with saddened eyes Upon the album with its leaves out spread Blent into al the dust wherein It lies And then as quaintly ns they did of old Her angers touch caressingly the keys And rain would lure from times relent less hoW The dayn that died with all these melodies Then lifting through the discords that 1I11- iThe Jangling sounds that mock the cherished tune There tvll soft chords that float out whls perwlse And quaver Into silence like a croon And then she lifts her hands and turns to go But stays a half voiced word of love to speak As though the old piano well must know The dreams that bring old rows to her cheek W D N In Chicago Dally Tribune Dri and I By liVING BACHEILER- Aathor of Eba HoMen Durel of the BeutJ tiles Etc Copjrljit t9Mbr touirop raUUklas Company CHAPTER XIII CoxmuED Some seconds of brief silence fol lowed I could hear them slowly dripping out of eternity in the tick of a watch near me I folt the stare of many eyes invisible to me A broad beam of bright light shot through the gloom resting full upon my face I started back upon the strong hands behind me Then I felt my muscles tighten as I begun to measure the fall end to wonder if I could clear the bayonets I had no doubt I was to die shortly and it muttered not to me lIow bound as I was so that it came soon For a breath of silence my soul went up to the feet of God for help and hope Then I bent my knees and leaped I saw much as my body went ruihlng through the aIr an empty grave Its heap of earth beside it nn island of light walled with ondloe in a sea of gloom faces showing dimly in the cdgo of the darkness Thank God I shall clear the bayonets 1 thought and struck heavily on a soft mat covered over with green turf a little beyond that bristling bed I staggered backward falling upon it To my surprise It bent beneath me They were no bayonets but only shells of painted paper I got to my feet nrne the worse for jumping and as itumfounued as ever a man could be I stood on a lot of broken turf with which a wide floor had been overlaid Hoards and timbers were cut away and the crave dug beneath them I saw one face among others in the gloom beyond the candle rowsthat of his lordship He was coming up a little flight of stairs to whero I stood Ho i moved the candles making a small passage and came tip to me Youre a brave man said he in that low careless tone of s- And you a coward was my an awes for the sight of him had made ma burn with anger Dont commit yourself on a point like that said he quickly for you know we1 are not well acquainted I like your pluck and I offer you what Is given to few Utresan explanation Ho paused lighting a cigarette I stood looking at him The cold politeness of manner with which he had taken my taunt his perfect self maa tery filled ma with wonder He was no callow youth that man whoever ho might be lIe was boring at the floor with the end of a limber cane as be continued to address me Now look here he went on with jetween was burning You are now hi the temple of a patriotic society Milne with BO letters patent but In the good cause of his Most Excellent Majesty King George III to whom be health and happinessAs the name he raised his hat and a cheer came from all sides of usIt Is gathered this night he con tinued to avon o the death of Lord Ronley a friend of Ills Majesty and of many hero present and an honored member of this order For hIs death your acG you nlqno are responsible and we suspect under circumstances of no credit to your sword Many of our pcopln have been cut off from their comrades and slain by oowardly stealth have been led Into ambush and cruelly cut to picctM by overwhelming number have been shut in prison and bone to cJfaU by starvation or by rtU fcs of a lnf there In your country not V3uWi with the wcajtdt ol a soldlcr you ae even resorted to tao barbarity of the poison wap Pardon me but you Yankees do not seem to have any mercy or fairness for a foe We oball give you better treat ment You shall not bo killed like a rat In a trap You shall have a cbunco for your life Had you halted had you been a coward you would not have been worthy to fight In this arena You would not have como where you are standing and possibly even now your grave would have wen filled It you survive the ordeal that is to come I hope it will provo an example to you of tho honor that is duo to bravery of tho fairness due a foe Many voices spoke the word Amen as he stopped turning to beckon In to tho gloom about us I was now quite over my confusion I began to look about me and get my bearings I could hear a stir In the crowd beyond tbxi lights and a murmur of voices Re flecting lanterns from many plllaia near by shot their rays upon me I stood on a platform some SO feet square In to mlddlo of a large room Its floor was on a level with the faces of the many who stood pressing to the row of lights Here I took it I was to fight for my life I was looking at the yawning grave In the corner of this arena when four men ascended with swords and pistols Ono of them removed the shackles letting my hands free I thanked him as ho tossed them aside I was thinking of Drl and shading my eyes looked off in the gloom to see if I could discover him I called his name but heard no answer His lordship came over to me bringing a new sword lIe held the glittering blade before me Its hilt In his right hand its point resting on tho fingers of his left It s good said he quietly try it It was a beautiful weapon its guard and pommel and qulllons sparkling with wroughtsllver its grip of yellow leather laced with blue silk Thee glow and the feel of it filltgaVme with a joy I had not known slncoray father gave me the sword of my childhood It drove the despair out of me and I was a now man Well how do you find It said he impatientlyI was my reply Ho helped me take off my blouso and waistcoat and then I rolled my sleeves to tho elbow The hum of voices had grown louder I could hear men offer ing to bet and others bantering for oddsIWo 11 know soon said a voice near me whether ho could have killed Ronley in a fair fight I turned to look at those few In the arena Thoro were halt a dozen of them now surrounding my adversary a man taller than the rest with a heavy neck and brawny arms and shoulders lie had come out of the crowd unobserved by me He also was stripped to tho shirt nnd had rolled up hIs sleeves and was trying the steel lIe had a red bristling mustache and overhanging brows and a vulgar face not that of a man who settles his quarrel with the sword I judged a club or a dagger would have been better suited to his genius But among fighters it is easy to be fooled by a face In a moment the others bad gono save his lordship and that portly baldbeaded man I had heard him re buke as Sir Charles My adversary met me at the center of the arena where we shook hands I could see or thought I could that bo was entering upon a business new to him for there was in his manner an Indication of unsteady nerves Gentlemen ore you ready said his lordship But there arc reasons why the story of what came after should be none of my telling I leave it to other and bet ter cyca that wore not looking between flashes of steel as mine were And then one has never a fair view of his fights CHAPTER XIV This is the story of Corporal Darius Olin touching his adventure in the Temple of tho Avengers at some un known place In upper Canada on the night of August 12 1813 and partlcu uarly the ordeals of the sword tho slide and tho bayonet to which Capt Ramon Bell was subjected that night as told to Adjutant Asarlus Church at Sacketts Harbor NY Soon cs I see whut wus up I gin a powerful lift on thet air shacklechain I felt er give n bust A couple o men dim Int the seat front uv us n the bosses started hell bent I sot up with my hands hind uv me n tile wagin I kep em thero tight n stiff es cf the iron wus holding uv em Could nt gut no chance t say nuthln t Ray Hustled us upstairs n when the come In t1 thet air big room they tuk him one way an me nothcr I did nt hev no idee whero I wus Felt em run a chain through my arms careful efter they sot me down I sot still for mebbe five minutes Seemed so evrybody d gono out o the place Could nt hear nuthln nowhere I le down the chain jest es caareful es I could n tuk off tho blindfold T was all dark could nt see my hand aforo me Crop long the floor See t was covered with sawdust Tuk off m boots n got up on m feet n walked careful Did n dast holler t- Ray Callated when the squabble come Id be ready t dew business All t onco I felt a slant n tho floor T was kind o sllpry n I begun t slide Feet went out from under mo n sot mo down quick Tried t ketch holt o suthln Could nt bang on kep coin faster Fust I knew Id slid Int some kind uv a box Let me down quicker n scat over thet air grease a little ways I out with my tew hands n boro agln the aides o In box pow erful n etoppod myself Then lUll with these hero feot o mine See the top o the box want much more n a toot above me Tried t crawl up ucln Could at men It Dum thine I slanted Ink Tups hill Rung on awhile clpherln ta hard fS I knew how Hearn anthln go kerslap Seem so the hull place trembled Raised up my head n peeked over my stumlck down the box A bar o light stuck In away down Let my self go careful till I cud see my nose In It Then I got over on my shout dera braced on tho sldos o tho box back girt one side n knees gln tother See t was a knothole where the light cum In bout os big ea a mans wrist Peeked through n see a lot o lights n folks n hears em talkln Ray bo stud on a platform faoln a big powerfullookln cuss Hed their coats n vests off V sleeves rolled up n swords ready See thero wus goln tbe a fight Hcd t snicker wan no way I cud help It fer Judas Priest I knew dum well they want a single one of them air British ers cnd stan fore 1m That air mlsable splndlln devil I tol ye bout feller et bed tho women he stud back o Ray lied his hand up Ink thet Fight ho says n they got t work n tho crowd begun t1 Jam up n holler The big feller he come et Ray ell et he wus goln t cut him In tew Ray he tuk It easy V ras led the sword of the big chap round n round es ef it wus u WENT OUT O THET AIR TIlING IAK A III LLKT EUUZC LY tied t hlsn Fust I knew he med a quick lunge n pricked lm n the arm DIg chap was a leetle shy then Did nt como up t the scratch e smart n sassy oe hed orter Ray went efter Mm hammer n tongs Thet air long slim waist o hlsn swayed n bent luk a stalk p barley lIe did luk Joe mlghtyful hansome wish t ye cud a seen 1m thet air night Hair wus Jest os shiny es gold n the light o them candles Hed feint an t other d dodge Judas Priest seemed so he put tho plnt o the sword all over thet air big cuss Cud a killed Im a dozen times but I see he did nt want- t dew It ICop prlckin i eVry lungo n druv im off the boards um bled Im head over heels Int tho crowd Them air devils threw up their hats n stomped n hollered powerful cs et t were mighty fun t see a man cut t pieces Wall they tuk up another man quicker n the feat but he wan nowhere near s big n cordy Wantonly one crack o the swords in tbet air tight Could nt hardly say Jack Robinson fore the cuss bed fell Ray hurt him bad I guess for they bed t pick Im up u carry Im oft luk a baby Guess the boy see t ho bed a good many to lick n hed nt better waste no power afoolln All t once thet air lowlived splndlln mlsable devil he come t the edge o the platform n belt up his hand Soon a they stopped yellln he says Gentlemen ho says sorry t tell ye thet the man fer the next bout lies got away We left him securely fastened up n the fust cham ber Have bed the building searched but aint able V find him He mutt hey gone down the slide I am sorry to say we hey no more Yankees It this man fights any more it will her t bo a Britisher thet goes agin 1m Is there a volunteer Ray ho runs up n says suthln right n his ear Could nt hear whut t wile Did n set well T other feller he flew mad n Ray ho fetched Ima cuff luk thet with the back uv his hand Ye see he did n knoW ho bed been aflghtin Yankees n he did n like the Idee Gentlemen says he 1 11 fight anybody but cf this chap aint a coward he ft fight me himself T other teller he off with his coat n vest es quick cs a flash n picked up a sword Fight then ye cubt says he an they flew at each other hell bent fer lection Ho wan no fool with n sword nuther I can teq ye thet air splndlln cuss I see Ray bed his bans full But ho wus Jcs es cool es a green cowcumber eggzacly Kep acuflln t other sword n let im hit n lungo n feint es much es ho pleased See he wits jest agettla his measure n I knew suthln was goln t happen purly quick Fust I knew ho ketcbed Ray by the shirtsleeve with tho pnt us Is sword n ripped It t the collar Scalrt me so I bit my tongue watchln uv em They got locked n both swords came up t the hilts tgethcr with a swish n a bang luk thet The blades clung n they backed off Then Ray ho begun t feint n lunge n hustle 1m Quicker n scat ho gin Mm an awful prick nI tho shoulder I oud see the blood come but they hap again back n forth n up n down desperlt The red streak on thet air fellers shirt kep agrowln Purty quick one side uv Im wits rod an t other white see ho was gottln weaker u weaker Ray cud a split Mm t the navel ef hed only hed a mIn tow All t onco ho med a jab at Ray u threw up Ms bans n went back a step cr tew lull n toes with th bUn staggers n1 tum bled head over lies in thet air open rave There wua hell t pay for a I minute Lot on em rtm orrr the row o UghUi yellln Ink wildcats n hauled thet air mlsablo cuss out o tho grave V stud Mm up n gin Mm a drink o liquor In half a minute he up with hIs hankerchicf n waved it over Ms head t nick em keep still Soon s they wus quiet ho up n he says Gentlemen says he this ere chap lies stood the test o the sword Are ye satisfied Wo are says thoT ovry British son uv a run they wut there up n hollered Then says be glv Mm th slide Ray ho put down Is sword n picked up Ms coat n Teat Then they grabbed th lights n tnct a th last 1 seo on em there Putty quick t wits all dark 1 1 earn em comln upstairs n gain cross th floor over my head Gun t think xo myself a lectio bit then Knowed I was In that air slide an hod t lo go party quick lied nt no idea where It went tow but I cal lated I wus mlddlln sure t know tore long Knowed when I le go I wus go In t dew some tall sllppln over thet air greased bottom See a light rome down th box n a minute Hearn somebody spcakln there ct the upper end This ere n th las test o yer courage says a man says he few conies here allvo n sound es you be Ye wus a doomed man Yo d hey been shot at daylight but wo gin ye a chance fer yer life So fur ye vo proved yerself mouthy Ef ye hold yer courage ye may ylt live Ef yo flinch ye Ml land in Heaven Ef yer life Is spared remember how we honor cour age Then they gin Mm a shove n I hearn iin acomln I flopped over ale go Shot away luk a strea o llghtnin Dum thing grow steeper a steeper Jets hoi up my hans n let cr go ltt kitty split Jeruahy Jane Popper Jes luk comln down a greased pole Come near tekln my breath away did sartn Went out o that air thing luk a bullet oggaaely Shot int the air feet foremost Putty fair slid in up in tho air mOlt anywheres ye know Alwus come down by the nigh est way T was darker n pitch could nt ECO a thing nut A thing Hearn Ray icme out o the box bore me Then I como down kslap In th water n sunk Thought I d never stop loin down Fore I come up I hearn Ray rip Int th water nigh ma I come up n shook my headnwalted JudasPrlentl thought he wus drowndcd sarto Seemed so I d bust out n cry there n th water waltln fer tbet air boy Soon ea I boars a flop I hed my bass onlm Who be your says he Drl says I Tired out saye he cant iwlm a stroke Guess I Ml hey f go f la bottom TEl De ConUntMdl HORSE VERSUS MANPOWER LniiuoliOtrnrr had n Hlmplo 5ol tloit fur reporters Dim rcult Problem I Baaterly from Bath Me among the coast islands nine a crooked and intri cate chanuer through which ply mail steamers carrying freight and passen gers as far as Boothbay harbor There are many bays and narrows along the way ears Youths Gvapanton and the confuted tldos beget unruly currents which have given the channel the name of Hell Gate Passage A resorier living near the Booth bay end of the route received word last summer that some friends would be down on the Sunday boat from Boston reaching Bath in the evening Unfor tunately there was no small steamer connecting with It and no way for them to come over until Monday Not wishing id leave them to the tender mercies of a hotel the resorter applied to a neighboring native for aid Capt Hiram he said can I get you to go over to Bath Sunday even Ing with your launch to meet cams friends and bring them over Copt Hiram reflected He wanted to oblige but he hated to go Well now Mr Barton ho said at last I tell you how It Is You com to gut over thero to upper HurlGot and theys some consldablo of a tide makes up through there como to Sit it aheailln you I aint only got seven horsepower In my laneh and I dun tJ as shed really go up against that I dont really believe Id care to try to go through upper HurlGet with only Jest seven horsepower But Ill tell you what I will do Ill lend you my dory If you want to row over Trmln and Girl Who Didnt Laugh Mark Twain onco expressed the following sentiments to a young woman who bad not smiled at a thing he had said during an Impromptu reception in his honor at Bryn Mawr college to which his daughter had invited him All the young ladies but one wore In a state of great glee during the humor fats addresSall but ono had laughed heartily at every witty remark Just as Twain finished he turned to the young woman who had not laughed and said in an undertone You are the only sensible one here I have not said a single amusing thing It it were not for the conspicuousness of it I would like to press your hand Success Ko Faith In Automobile An action for damages alleged to hava been received In an automobile accident was recently brought in an adjoining county A woman had been thrown from n carriage the borco attached to which was frightened by an automobile She landed In a ditch and was not dangerously injured Upon bolng assisted to her feet It is related some one spoke if chin a doctor and suggested a physician who visits his InJureaIObserver ON THE HIGH SEAS Walter and Emmie Surrender After an Exciting Encounter with the Enemy It was suppertime and there were waffles and mailo sirup brown utxsly tvafllos with little square patterns on thorn and bofolrup thick enough to make candy of The admiral end the captain knew It WM wattle night but although an occa sional enticing whiff floated to their nos trite and made their mouths water and although they heard the supper boll they never stirred from their present duly and although mother came out on the porch and called to thom the old barrel in the back yard whero they were hidden reined to give up their secret Whit d you see cnplnr told tho admiralTheres a masowar comln down the tviy replied Capt Hramle from her static n at the bunghole SheB headln this way Stand by your guns anti make reedy We must lay low till shes with in firma distance i ChlldrenCBUed mother COme to supper Shes lootln now an tryln to got the range Wo must creep up careful and never let on were here Tho admiral who WM also the man behind tho gun primed nail loaded his HugBlot and stood alt aquiver with excitementWalter Hmmle Mother started down the path to look for the delta quents They surely could sot ware f heard her Shes hearts down on us sow Noshes tackle to windward Wo cant hither yet said the captain Mother put her two hands to Mr mouth and called soils her very loudest Shes Mowin of steam sow awful Shell bat her bUr pretty soon We most pet where we can lire before say thing like that happens i It I was a maaowar Id steam wR sURRUNDIR I along faster said the aflmiraU Them wsfflssll be goUt cold Shes comlR skoa comisV wilt pared the eoirtalo excitedly You bit ter get your gus la Um bonsboto The admiral adjusted his slimshot and took careful aim Moths case OR usuooeotlsly sad pop west a dried pea straight against her these Did the shot Uko elect queried bluftLIranch yet Hurry up there sad was lifeboat Shes guts to ran us town Then two brad stopped set OM on each slils of tile barrel and two votes shouted We surrender Why aWst you answer when I called you rascals Why taoUier we was a torpedo boat UlIto the in two prisoners of war Boston Globe DISCOVERY OF PURPLE Credited ta a Very Humble Fisher boy by the Name of Abase Who Lived Before Solomons Day I Way back in the tlmu of King Solomon purple wal the color of monarchs royal purple It was called then ns It la now The Roman emperors forbade the wearing of thlS color by any under the rank of prince The discovery of purple was achieved hi a very humble buy a fisherman named Alonzo Ills master also a fisherman left him In the coat telling him to watch the nets While Alonzo did this be also did sotmtlilnp else bisj muter one day dis wired Ho market pieces of linen with letters and design A ring which be had found ono day upon the shore served as a stamp for these designs but what attracted the alien lion of Alonzos mauler was that they were made In eetJr not then lownIthe color The IlIIrploIhad been Alonzo could not explain any better than by showing how It was done He dropped tho ring Into tho slljny matter of a shell fish The mantle of this crea ture had been torn In some way and the slimy matter was oozing from It This made marks on the linen which whenr dried by tho sun turned Into purple This color was adopted by the king of Ih9 country where Atonso lived as the color of royalty and hat the rmalnod- to Ihls day Philadelphia Press a SUPPOSE If your angers Kw at yOur elbow And your tOte nproutrj out at your tare If your month was on top of your topknot How runty idctT that wnulj be And fcuppoio Itt ou nose went on cross wliv Tint your eyes dlrrle4 down rem your Kiln Artl your Tt looked out backward not crams A If picklw you would beta L 11f Ill LIl ulrer A WAY TO WEIGH Backs of Two Writing Pado and Few Yards of String AliaiiAt In Needed A balance that will be correct enough for ordinary purposes may bt made in n few minutes of tire backs of two writing paper tablet sad a few yards of string Make a knot In the middle of a plec Jot string three feet long and fatten the onda to nail driven In tko edge of n elicit two feet apart DrEW down tlio knot and make sure that It Is nt exactly the same distance teem each nail Six inches to the right of tile knot tlo to the itrlng by Ikolr mid dies two stringy about two feet font Pass the four ends of the strings through holes near the corners of ona Iib411pan wl inches to the left of the middle knot Your balance U now competo oxtept for nn Index or mark of refiteneJi AURANUINI Till IfLAXiTB which to easily ititrpllod by a vorUetl HM drawn on a card tacked fcoktad the knot The knot should bo directly In frost of the line and very close to It Now If you put anything la the right seals use that pan will go dawn sad tIM knot will snore to the left To bring It back yon must put weights In tho left psi and when you have brought the knot baek to the nark the weights you hue used are equal to tile weight of the ebjort In the right pen If the Nttaatre hi sorters To find out if H is eo nut the thing you see welding lata the left pan awl put weights law lae right pan If the balance U wrastc you will not get exactly the same weight as before Perhaps Use knot Is not Jut hall way between tile tugs lit twill If you de Bt slightly different weights by tile two mottoda you can obtain the true weight hy Uklttg their SVWBSA that It adding them together sail dl Tiding hy two Strictly speaking you ought to Multiply them tatftiwr sad eitrsct tb1 square root of the product but the average to near enough for practical pwrrosM whet the dt1ernnce lt malt This to A trick wttth knowing and applying to ordinary lialsaeee which OMUmM bare one arM lonaw than the other You can oat the true weight with a very false balance in thtir way There to a itm hotter way of w iKb tiuj Jar Good LJtenUnm which alto pause ta ordinary hatwecee as wall as to thin string atfntr Btlsace the thing you are weighing with sand or SUM or water then take It off and put the weights In the MM pun until the nMchtae kataiMM stwte JJA the weighta bats the MM offset Unit the object tad they must weigh Ute sense uo matter hew had the aparaUM Is NEW EVENING PASTIME ShadowtttM had Hew They Gall Ba Made to Amuse A Oerapamy of lMII1e Ian you tried slMdowatUst An- tlQ or clrl OTOB those who lire sure they oant drawoan make oIIIUe wof sbadawett with a little pray tit An ordinary leadponall or pen and Ink and a few sheets of unruled writing paper arc all the materials requiredLay sheet of paper nat on the table and crumple up carelessly in the hand about half of another sheet Drop this on tho flat sheet and vhcn It Is quite still notice the shadow it casts In that shadow lies your pie tureTo make It clearrut and distinct there should be but one light In the room A lamp on the tame table with u THK BIIADOWKTTKS the paper n little to tho loft hi best Dy changing tho Unlit to tho rllit an entirely new picture may be made The outlines of each shadow will bp found to consist of a series of curves and angles says tho Peoples Homo Journal Them must bo care fully traced on tim flat shoot of paper Then lay tho crumpled paper aside and study tho lines Try It from all ewes Turn tho paper this way and Ihat- Sto It there isnt the suggestion of a face an animal or some familiar object somowhoro In the outline Fol low this up with n touch hers and there to make it clearer to these who ate to pan Judgment upon it Fiver ten or even twenty strolica of tho pencil mny be allowed each nlayer In this polishing process but tho oriel ual outline nUB rut he altered tHIHIHHI +IHIHI eacherslI111111 I 11111 I+I Beroa Teachers Club members Boom to have forgotten how to write or at least Unit the Club newts their letters Iet us hoar from every fondsfgravest problem How uro you going to keep up attendance NO that next fall your pupils may start in on au equal footing not with some hav ing had threw and others six months of school during the past your I hope you have plans for this and arc carrying them out and will retort howeverIis too good a thing to miss Make your pupils fool that in every recita tion they uro getting power that will help theta to be happy and successful in lifeIf do not fool that you have t done that slop now and task whether you have covered too many pages in your books and given too little strengthIn lng am your lays and girls get more profit cud pleasure out of every page they read anti are they hungry for the knowledgo that conies from reading In History do they know and love their country bettor have morejailh in and love for their fellow men and are they anxious to live on in their countrys history by making their liven count for good In Geography do they know more of wind rain rivers hills cud their relation to our lives t Do they live more in the grunt world and less in the limits set about then by their native hills t- In Arithmetic have they become clearer stronger thinkers more care ful and moro accurate workers f Can they bring more help to parents and probhems practical present value If you cannot say yIf to all of thews questions turn back in allor your books tomorrow morning and go over your work more thoroughly tezt more tartumtlRUlllullluutlllg your until each subject is living und friusti and capable pf giving lift and strength Cart of Schoolhouits t As the cold weather approaches school directors and school patrons alike should giro some attention to the condition of the schoolhoiiBos Many of them are unfit for use as thor now are but a very little care attention will put them in such shape that the next months of school may bo really the best of the tuna This work should be attended to 1m mediately Thu state has made easi bio an extra month of school and this should not be lost to the chil urea on account of the neglect of the people of any district The male teachers can themselves lead in this work but many of the girls who are teaching can only complain to a too often sluggish board of directors Lot them not complain in vain The children can stay at home on a cold Irawda but the teacher hns to be in schoolhouse to draw pay and oven the teacher has a right to be comfortable while working for tho public Parents should see that this matter is attended to at once l Fun and Business Binks When I first met you sir I thought you wore a gentleman SplulutAlulwllon I met you sir I was sure you were an idioil- Binkn Well lots shako hands pad make up Im willing to admit that we were Iwlli mistaken Tako Laxative Cold Curd nt night and feel 0 It in till morning At Porter Drug Co The Jar of- Coughing Hammer blows steadily ap plied break the hardest rock Coughing day after day jars and tears the throat and lungs until the healthy tissues give way Ayers Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing and heals the torn membranes I days keep Aytrs Pectoral In the It 1 t relief whenever any of us havecoaahsor hard colds I have dnaarsaawar7sLars II 13 Tpr 0arrCoLowsllYuAlso J yers SARSAPARILLA PILLS tUR VIOOR Biliousness constipation retard recovery Cure theM with Ayers PtNe rIF THE NEGRO HAS A SOUL Bores College Obeys the Law but Teachas Gods Truth If the Negro has a soul and in with tho rest of us traveling to eternity then it is curtain that God almighty is iris friend And if this isso then it is the duty of every Chrmtinii to treat tho Nngro nil a man and a brother Tint old doctrine of slavery was that a Negro had no rights that a white man is bound to respect Not many ooplo would endorse that doctrine today lint it is still true that very largely throughout the old slave states thoughtless people ueg loot the Negro and wickedxwplo wrong and persecute him simply ho cause he is weaK AH all tho world knows Boron College was founded nod has been maintained by l0 who proposed to treat the colored man as a man should he treated It is be cause of this fenrluw and righteous stand that the Lord has blessed Boron above nil the olhej schools in this regionAnd pow Dorea College is mifToring persecution for righteousness sake Certain wicked noun in Boron wished to raise the price of their town lots And certain wicked men In Frankfort wanted to get the baser elements to vote for them And so a law was passed which lays upon Horeu the extra burden and expense of making a separate provision for its colored students In connection with this persecution a thousand lying reports are started about tho Institution and it is uecos miry from tine to time to show the public exactly whore Boron College stands The following article has just IMMIII prepared for the friends and donors of the College and will ho of special Interest to all renders of Tits CITIZEN i0 PROST rue XIWROS otani Thore scorns to be just at the present time a concerted effort on tho part 61 a number of writers to disparage stud malign the character of the American Negro androb him of the sympathy and encouragement which are duo him as a I human being who is buffeting with adverse conditions Those who are familiar with tho history of Heron know that this School was founded before the civil war among antislavery South ornors in fact antiBinary slave contentionlbecause there free speech could be maintained and the school protect ed by tho mountaineers who were not the poor whites but inde pendent people who owned land and did not own slaves For the principle of freedom Bereas found urs suffered untold persecutionand- Borer celebrated the triumphof liberty by admitting colored stu dents of good moral character to its classrooms and chnpel on the same terms as other human beings poltcyborotherebas been a demonstration ofI i the practicability of the ideal thatjwhite schools in nil parts of the South but Horeas experience must stand for what it is worth In tho Christian atmosphere of this place the experiment wns tried nnd proved successful And it is particularly interesting to note that the mingling of the races in school work and life re vealed no tendency towards inter marriage but the reverse The social integrity of each race was maintained by its own members with entire propriety happenedthatin the South affects Berea so that the political clique now controlling Kentucky passed a law inter rupting this interesting experiment of worldwide fame Tho hostile legislation intervenes and lays n penality upon the Institution nnd upon every teacher and pupil in case members of both races shall be received in the future unless in separate departments located twentyfive miles apart We do not stop to characterize I this action its nuthors will pass to judgment before posterity and be fore God But it remains to us to 111UStInot in behalf of the Negro in particular but in behalf of the rights of every man which are trampled upon by legislative usurpation We cannot nllow the socalled police power of the state to interfere in the rights of private schools and private teachers Our case will be brought before the Court of Ap peals of Kentucky in the autumn term by Hon John G Carlisle of New York a native of Kentucky Hon Curtis F Burnam of Rich mond Ky and Hon Guy Ward Mallon of Cincinnati But this legal contention does not meet the entire situation When the law is swept away it still be may impossible for us to do the work which needs to bedone KentuckyThelaw may make other laws and more than that it can intimidate the indi vidual colored families throughout the State and prevent their children from attending Berea And iu addition to this we are confronted by the fact that a natural race feeling among the Negroes themselves is leading them to desire schools which are wholly their own Tho question of Beroas duty to the colored people under these conditions was a loading subject for consideration at the annual meeting of the Trustees and Bereas supporters will be interested to know the steps which were there taken First it was voted to continue our oversight and assist ance to colored students formerly at Boron We will pay their rail road fare nnd otherwise guarantee thorn against financial loss by reason of their exclusion frotn Boron and follow them with our advice and aid In this way we cared for about sixty students last year at seven different institutions five of them completing courses Of studySecondly the President was authorized to select twenty promising young colored people who have never been students at Berea and assist thorn in securing industrial and literary education nt reputable schools outside the State extend ing financial aid to the amount of one hundred dollars in each case This number has been somewhat extended and a very promising groups f young colored persons thus started on the way to educa tion and usefulness They are all young people who have made some record for successful scholarship already and shown the qualities of leadership which arc emphasized by Cecil Rhodes Moreover they are young persons who belong in Kentucky and expect to return here for their life work Tho progressive idoas and ideals which they will bring from Fisk Hampton Oberlin and other schools north and south will be a reenforcement to the moral nnd intellectual influ ences among the colored people of Kenrncky And third the Trustees appoint a committee consisting of PrOSt idont Frost Rev A H Thomson of Baron Dr Bond of Nashville and Mr J It Rogors of Brooklyn N Y to consider the whole question of the desirability of Bereas establishing a school especially for the benefit of the colored people This committee is already nt work Every considerate person must realize that the claim of the Negro upon his fellow citizen for assist nnce in getting a start in the up ward road is n most valid one Slavery taught him some forms of industry mud some elements of the Christian religion but it robbed him of time power of selfcontrol and the incentives of family life In some ways the slave of the fourth generation was farther from Chris tian manhood and womanhood than the savage on the Guinea coast He had distinct faults bred of slavery which can only be effaced by education experience and time And the special claim which the Negro has upon Boron College is one never to be forgotten During the war nnd the reconstruction period the need of the Negro was tho first thought among Bereas supporters nnd the properties then accumulated were for the benefit of the Colored race A somewhat smaller proportion of more recent gifts to the College has come definitely for its work for the colored people As faithful trustees we must use a due propor tion of those properties for the benefit of the colored race as long as the need continues And the present need of the col ored people of Kentucky is great Theyconstitute not quite one seventh of the population of the State Now that Berea is closed to them there is not n single school of large repute existing for their benefit in the commonwealth Be rea has other duties of high signifi cance to the mountaineer but in fulfilling these the Institution can by no means forget its position as trustee and guide for the colored population Premiums Arrangements have been made by which some of tho finest products of The National Art Company of New York are offered as premiums to now subscribers These pictures are cop- Ies of famous paintings and aro really what they purport to be works of art As long as the supply lasts one will be given to each new subscriber who pays for ono year in advance They aro of all shapes and sizes from four by six to ten by twenty inches and the most of thorn aro in tended to be fastened to a slat for framing They can bo seen by anyone calling at tho office of tho Citizen t She Slopped Over Original 1 Nick snkl Cinderella ns tiny sat ImnO In Imiitl Inth moonlight dli time fnnn larrh every our IM tNlkln short Mr Kiidiriii ilintB made xiicli n mii Kflthtn Ivorywlwos Ilts ArnmhV tn linndi in the Illicit vhuixli ill Kiiiir Corner Tlioy say lies powerful eJo qumitDo Uiujr via Anil wlion he nrwebwa ppaplc glt no sfsrtel Iliojr weep NUU queued Im Koln lo the Cornets to hear him Vhrt 11 y want to luwr him torV Vlwt fort Wtiy Jlt Uilnk o bain Under till spoil o the uloijuiiico ef u innn that IISM muted thousands to titHow proud ids wife must fot of him If IK bas olio She must worship the ground lie talks on- Im Ihlnkln shed better worship OodLlnilerulls looked oTeiiiUil She wllli drew her bund und sold coldly Sometimes I think Im inakin a mistake Jo tnnrryln a armour IM be JUt In my fleuicnt ns a ministers wife I Hhuiild oo love to pee my liunbdii movln i opli to throw their bunion on thir IoN If he didnt glt more tiny than test of em hed bo turowlu hU bunion on you This practical view of the case was reptiRiiniit to Cinderella She turned her buck on her lover 1 dont reckon Cindy lie wont on youd mnko touch of a wife for n minister My idea of a ministers wife U one that kin keep the wlmnuMi of the congregation from jiosterin her husband n wtmirin full of axle grease that the bull church kin keep turnln on Its JUt like politics TlieruH nuns them that wants to keep the minister In and thorn as wants to git him out The ministers wife should be HO smooth with the outs that they etint benr to do the job and so popular with the hits that they wont let em do It If they want to You halut got grease enough In y for that Nkk was n haul beaded fellow with a good dad of horse sense while Cindy wits romantic tail Inclined to gush Hut Cindy was a good girl stud there was every prospect that once imtrrlodi Nick could keep her from slopiiliig over ns be called It TIll Rev Mr Ketchcin was duly nnitouiKfri to preach nt tho Four Corner and Nick In order to humor his betrothed agreed to drive her over to liettr him It being stipulated that Nick uvul uot go Inside the hutch but be at liberty to sit on the fence during gervkt mind whittle The day was flue tend the nIl bracing Cindy was en ruptured with the beautiful Sunday morutug which site snld even without churoli bulls didnt seam like a com man week day As the distance be tween her nUll the church lessoned she grow excited at the noiir prospect of coming under the spell of a mat Who was accustomed to wring repentant tears from sinners Oh Nick she said I hope I wont make n gtiose of myself I hope you wont said the matter of let Nick Youre not sympathetic site re plied tnrtly Not with sloppln orgy 1 dont call repentance sloppln over Of What y been doln to repent of7- Nolhln she snapped Welt then whats the use of re IICI1 tin 1 You dont understand such things You aint never been convicted 1 haint been Indicted ylt At that moment the wagon went over n rut and something cracked Time result was thnt they were obliged to walk the horse the rest of time way nnd when they reached the church the sermon hat began Nick let Cindy out at the door und then drove to the shed Nick was Joined on the fence by several acquaintances who whittled and talked crops and stock Through them Nick learned something pertain hag to what was going on In the church that interested him lIe git down off the fence and sauntered to the door Looking In there In one of the rent seats he saw Cindy She was leaning forward her eyes fairly glued to the mnn In the pulpit It was evident that she was drinking In nil be said As he warmed to his subject site trembled with cmotjon Nick looked over the congregation and saw that no one Vise was giving way to the eloquence of the preacher which WOOl very ordinary We love our Ideals for their transcendent qualities and our realities for their suits Nick Wished to save his beloved from mak lag herself ridiculous He kept an eye on her till the preacher brought his flat down on the pulpit mildly when be saw her bury her face In her handkerchief and burst Into tears Nick slipped behind her and whis pored Cindy youre barkln up the wrong tree That red headed young Toiler haint Mr Ketchcin lies n student somilloryIhead dovn and her handkerchief lint not to hide time emotion Induced by n paragon of oratory She wns hiding her chagrin nt her mistake During time drive homo Cindy tnndo no spore to converse and Nick re spectitle her feelings kept silent At lust her head sank 011 his shoulder find he knew that for tile future ho Lund ItI curb for her whenever she proposed toI slop over But Nick never had any occasion to use It Cindy und learned n lesson not to be forgotten and from that time forward she was an adept at moderating her transportsFLORA S R BAKER Dentist IOFIC1JtOrer Printing Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain Bomnoforuie DR R C BOGUS DENTIST Curvet Mnliinnit llrnnilMriiy iiI IlEt ICY At Livingston Monday mid Tuesday FOR RENT Rooms for rent well located and ventilated Enquire of C C Rhodus FOR SALE A few fresh Jersey Cows Apply to J W HERNDON three miles from Berea on tho Richmond Pike Tax Notice LAST CALL Citizens of Berea School District No 11 and all students recently registered as voters who have not paid a school tax of 76c poll and 15c on each 100 worth of personalty for year ended June3005 will please call on the undersigned at Berea Bank on election day in November and settle same on penalty oi having 5 per cent add ed together with cost of advertising and col lecting delinquent list Very respectfully WVanWinkle Treasurer If you want to get good warm Winter Clothing for a little money go to the New York Clothing Store on Depot street Berea K- yConsumption Q There is no specific for consumption Fresh air ex ercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mil lions of people throughout the goodhealth fl From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilydigested system as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous q We will send you a sample free q De sure ihit this picture in the form of a labellon thq wral per of 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represents but the picture that Is startlingly clear and sharp has a vast commercial advantage over ono that Is not A few errors of punctuation and grammar Ih one letter do not matter much but the same er rors in a hundred letters accumulating one on top of another weigh vastly In the final success of a business Suc cessful men recognize this and now the largest retail store In the world pays one dollar to Its employes for every error of English one of them finds In any of the printed matter Issued by the house Already many other busi ness houses are following this example in one way or another Tho most striking evidence In the matter Is tho fact that stenographers who can write correct English get twice tho salaries paid to ordinary stenographers Tho president of a concern In Minneapolis widely known all over the country employing 50 stenographers said publicly not long ago It all my stenog raphers clerks salesmen etc would learn to write correct and effective business letters they would be worth 25 per cent more to me and I should be willing to pay the full value of their services I believe that any stenog rapher no matter how good could get his or her salary raised by dint of patient study of correct English dur Ing a period of six months Public Faultfinding The ability to point out with disc agreeable clearness social evils and public perils Is not alone enough to entitle justly a man t6 any great amount of public esteem Cassandras In breeches or petticoats says Atlan tic are of no more real service today than In the heroic age and the miracle about the lady herself was not so much that the Greeks paid no attention to her forebodings and warnings but that some impatient hero who bad work to do did not wring her dismal neck There has never been a tlmo when our country has needed to have Ideals of service made more fresh and attrac Live or when the real work of the I world done by IU sane healthy and kindhearted workers needed greater recognition It Is the good rather than the bad In us which needs encouragement and exposure end If it once finds work to do the bad In us will be far less noticeable or troublesome It IsI a poor gardener who devotes too much time to weeds at the expense of the vegetables and flowers An innovation In Sunday school out- Ings was recently Introduced with good success by a New York Sunday school I Special trolley cars were chartered to carry the party to the shore and member was tagged like an expressi package Each tag bad a number of coupons attached Ono coupon was for Ico cream another for a bathing suIt others for rides on tho switchback and mrrrygoroundlJ while the tag Itself wasthe ticket fur the trip The Sun says tho scheme worked beautifully No children wero lost The business of stenography and typewriting has been Injured accord ing to a recent writer by the large number of young women who are at tracted to It by the pleasant conditions which surround tho work rather than by the work Itself Business men who have ceased hoping to find womenj stenographers worth high wages now pay poor wage and have thus made the occupation less attractive to wom en with a fair education There Is still an urgent demand for women who are forth 120125 and f30 a week LIFE WOULD BE TOO LONG The Awkward Results of Universal longevity Are Herein Prophesied Suppose a man 60 years old malting a good Income from his business were to decide to live until he was 100 antI not to retire until ha woe 90 The first consequence would be says the London Spectator that he would hue the opportunity of making much more money than If he died at 70 next that his children would have to wait supposingIfimmore money that he takes out of his business theless there will be for others to take Ills three sons junior partners In the same firm aged 65 downward and his nine grandsons aged downward will find very little to take out of the business between them The business in fact would not go round Even more distressing would be the case of the family In which there was no business out of which an income could be obtained The old baronet aged 100 would still be living at the family sent enjoying the Income he bad Inherited Ills son wearing onto 80 and possibly still a great trial to his parents would bo eking out a precarious existence on very little more than ho was allowed at Oxford and for his part quite unable to make his own sons any allowance at all much less to tip his greatgrandsons when they went back after the holidays to tho rateprovided schools The sons and grandsons would have to go Into business But Into what business could they go Possibly It might be found necessary to compel a person attaining the ago of 70 to give up his money and his es tate to his son and to live on a small pension allowed him out of the wealth he had Inherited or acquired or possibly there might be a rule that a man on attaining tho age of 40 might claim complete control of his fathers money and estate providing that he undertook to house his parents and grandparents and to make them a small allowance But even then not all the Incon veniences and uncertainties would be ended Even If a man undertook at the age of 40 all those obligations and had housed say a parent a possiblyinumber of 150 cottages on the family estate and were making them allow ances suitable to their respective ages it would yet bo almost beyond his power to prevent them from reassert ing themselves should they desire to do so A mans father still In the prime of life at 70 might decide to set up In business afresh In competition against the old business he had just relinquished to his son ho might even with his more mature experience cut out the old firm altogether and then all the difficulties and in conveniences would begin over again TRUE PARTISAN LOYALTY Bar Visitor Who Flouts the Presi dent Meets with Just Deserts lie entered a little unsteadily blow ing on his hands It was late re lates the St Louis GlobeDemocrat Frosty ho said Frosty un seasble Drrhl Glass of ale with some red pepper In It Must warm uplIe drank the ale lie waved his hand toward a large picture of president Roosevelt Who Is that man he said You know who It is the bartend er answered testily Who Is it he demanded with a stately offended air Oh forget It said the bartender Nother glass of ale an smore red pepper lie drank He said Bartender Is zat man Roosevelt Sure said the bartender Sure Bartender what you want Roose velts picture for Because hos great Hes a great man Great nothln Hes a great bluff bartender Thats all there Is to him The young bartender flushed Ho stooped for the bungstarter Then he changed his mind Have another ale he said Sure said the visitant And at the bartenders expense he drink ihreo more ales and they fin shed him He sank down on the floor Ills snores filled the room The bartender stood at the door till a appeared lie handed the policemana cigar and said jck1 have a man In here I want you to tfr restVery disorderly Ill appear against In the morning Then as the patrol wagon dashed off with Its touching burden the bar tender watching It from the door presidentIisGiant Tree of England The biggest treo In tho south of England Is said to be the Kings Oak at Tllford which stands on the village given between two ancient bridges over the river Wey and Is some 30 feet in circumference at a height of six feet from the ground It Is mentioned in the charter of Wavcrley abbey the Cister- cian monastery close by now In ruins which gave Its name to tho works of Sir Walter Scott This giant tree Is still In vigorous growth OperatfSForeignerWhat me most of all Is tho number of shooting affrays I hear about Havent you any laws Jc this country against carrying con cealed weapons NativeYes but they are Intended merely to keep good citizens trout carrying them Chicago Tribune I 3hupr0uinmti iu Sfaothdl iGitli uritlt dksctdM tub flap rs By WILLIAM II LEWIS llsrvtrd Team of 03 InHERR is nothing the matter with football The trouble is in the first place with the men who conch it and in the second place with the men who play it The game itself is one of the finest sports ever dt vised for the pnitime of youth and the pleasure of the public It has in it all the elements which appeal to the young menthe contest of brain and muscle for the public it has the outdoor feature and the spectacular element in more or less degree It is true that the gamy has taken on in later ycnrs much unnecessary roughness foul play holding etc but the game ought to be saved and preserved both for the benefit of those who play it and those who view it The efforts of the president of the United States to restore the game to its early simplicity and to eliminate the undesirable features arc certainly deserving of consideration and appreciation The rules at present as constituted are sufficiently explicit to keep out 11 of the undesirable elements towit roughness foul play holding and lighting What is really ncede ts not so much addition of rules but a rigid and honest enforcement of the rules as they exist Unfortunately officials aro more conscientious about disturbing the progress of the game by ruling against violations of the rule than about preserving the game During the game officials will be constantly calling to players No using of arms or bands keep on side etc There is nothing in the rules which entitles a player who offends to a warning Officials have no right to condone one violation of the rule by a warning and thus encouraging other violations of the rules and in the long run a total disregard of all rules so long as the violation of them is not detected Of course us President Eliot pointed out some years ago in any game where there is physical contact among the players there is apt to be more or less friction but this friction can he reduced to a minimum by a proper enforcement of the rules and the element of personal con tact be made one of benefit to players and public instead of occasional disgusting exhibitions of loss of temper and proper selfcontrol Conches the men who teach the game also can contribute a great deal to dean sport by discountenancing all forms of rough unsportsmanlike play A man who slugs a man who violates the rules ft5 a rule is of little or no value to the side upon which he plays The men themselves usually collegebred men should exercise those qualities of genllcmanlinesi and proper restraint which ought to clmractcriie any wellbred man I In saying what I do Ito not mean to indicate that I would like to see a game of pingpong or marble upon the football field I am frank enough to say that I want to seen strenuous competition a scientific game played according to the rules of the game with vigor and force sincerity and earnestness This cannot and never will be eliminated from the game because the sports of the people partake of their national character The American is a strenuous intense earnest individual who goes at top speed all the time Success is at least one of time god he worships To win to get there to slake good to deliver the goods arc the current expressions which imlicatCOur national character Football indeed all our sports tire permeated with our spirit ante our character Coaches have it Players have it Universities throw over both coaches and players and infuse in them the spirit of get t there win time game While all this is true we should make the sport clean decent and honorable and be jut as careful about that as any other undertaking in life I I natural Religion of toe twentieth Century By HON N 0 NDLSON Millionaire Philanthropist of it Louis I The twentieth century religion will be the natural rcllJion the religion which will cause all classes to mingle to gether in good fellow shipThe natural religion would dispense with the navy and the money used in maintaining it and the regular army would he assigned to buying homes for the poor of the couiUry I want to say that ihe people of the century must learn lo love each byIwho should be the loaders of time country strive to make all that can be made instead of doing the good deeds which should be doneJ Persons who have attained wealth ort thcr worldly goods should be come the leaders ot men And as leaders they should lend wisely If this were the case people would be more interested in each other and the result would be that the poor unfortunates who now barely survive in our downtown districts would be given the necessaries of life It would also stop this crime of having children going to workmere drudgery I day instead of securing an education which is so important in this present I We are often asked why the workingman does not attend church It is simply the distinction between classes that prevents his going to church People wh6 wont mingle together in thctparlor cannot mingle together in the church j If everyone should live up to his own ideals the world would be revolutionized in one day IAnother thing which causes much misery and want is that too many people live in the cities If about onihalfof the population of the large cities would move to the country find neighbors much more kindly and sociable People in the country Ioht know of many ways of I speculation to get money without doing anything for it It is the best that they dont t know and it is to be hoped that they never will learn how to speculate I Speculation means to secure tainted money All money is tainted that is not earned by honest methods The natural religion or the re I ligion which is to become paramount before the century closes will abolish speculationOne features of our habits today is our dress It seems as if people nowadays live for dress rather than to help their fellow man This is also another feature which prevents time working man and woman from attending church The poor woman cannot dress like the woman whose husband is wealthy In fact some of our women go to extremes in their ideas of dress Charles Wagner the French writer wble visiting here on a lec turing tout declared that when he visited an entertainment which was largely attended by women in evening dress he was compelled to keep his eye on the ceiling for fear of shocking his modesty Such as this certainly is not the natural religion TRANSFERS OF CURRENCY How Funds Sent Out by the New York SubTrensury Are I Handled I Owing to the largo transfers mails during the past fow vookn through the New York subtreasury to true in terlor special lutorost uttachus ut thin tlmo to the manner In which theto transfers arc made and tho govern ment regulations concerning them Transfers can bo trade through tho subtreasury to any point In the United States at which an assistant treasurer Is Ideated Thorn are as sistant treasurers In New York tier tort Philadelphia llaltlinor Now Or leans Cincinnati Chicago at Louts and San Francisco Tho regulation governing transfara to all these points are Identical except iu the case of Sun Francisco to wnlch transfers nro mado free of cost whereas a charge Is made by tho Kovonimcnt for transfers to the other points The bank or Individual having oc casion to send a large sum of money from New York say to Cincinnati deposits tho amount nt tho subtreasury horo together with time equivalent ot tho express companyM charge for actually shipping the currency to that city Tho subtreasury horo then no tifies tho treasury department at Washington by telegraph that Htioh i Ism nan been deposited hero for transfer to Cincinnati and the asclit lilt treasurer at the latter place IB lit turn authorised to pay out tho amount to tko Individual or Institution named by tho person depositing tho monoy In Now York Tho advantage of this method over the actual shipment of tho currency Is that tho time ot trans mission Is saved In other respects It costs as much whether tbo currency bo shipped or the transfer bo made through the treasury department- In the case of transfers to San Fran slice trio government undertakes tho service without charge Originally this arrangement was mado merely for the jurposo ot bringing oast the proceeds of new gold from tho mines and ot sending west funds which the govern ment might itself need on the Pacifla coast In other words the special regulations In this case were adopted fMhor for the governments convon once than for any othor reason Tho custom by extension however has been adapted to the oonronleuci ot the public as well and now transfers between San Francisco and New York are made practically at the will of those having remittance to make front coast to coast In the ooio ot unusually large trans rera iwrmtMton must first be secured from Washington M time local sub treasury to nut In a inltion to know ddfliilMy How much It may be con venient for the government to pay out at any given point The New York snb treasury however will undertake on IU own authority the transfer ot sums aggregating say MOWO or selhlalf In ti day GUESTS TRUNKS SEARCHED Precautions Seme New York hotel Keepers Consider It Neeea awry to Take PUN keys to roams are not tho only kind used In hotels Porters are alto provided with keys that will open any trunk lock This Is necessary says the New York Sun to keep tho guests from accumu hating souvenirs In such numbers that tho hotels would suffer The tendency to collect souvenirs always develops most rapidly In hotels because of tho belief that they can be carnal away without danger of detection I cannot always ten what trunks to open the proporletor of an npUwn ho tel wild to a Sun reporter tho other day So there are occasional collections that get by me Out I rarely miss the heavy I takersOnly lost week the fcouackeeper called the attention of the proprietor to great demand for linen that came ltho a certain woman guest She had In the hotel nearly a year occupy ing a suite with a sitling room and spending plenty of money on food and I liveryThe suspicion that she might bo tak ing the sheets towels and pillow cases that wero disappearing teemed Improb able In time highest degree Suddenly she notified us that sho was going to leave Well I opened her trunks with my skeleton key They were all going to her sisters house down on the Jersey coast That turned out to bo a boarding house which the woman had just opened hln tho trunks won all tho missing linen Tbe namo of the house had been carefully removed from all of It but there was no uncertainty about tho Iden tification We just took out tho linen and sent the trunks along Of course we never heard of tho woman again Sho was rich enough to buy all tbe linen she wanted Rhine Changes The dredging of the Rhine Is al ready producing excellent effects In the upper reaches of the river At Au In the Rhemthal the marshes aro dis appearing and the agricultural lands of the region are gaining enormously In fertility Where quite recently everywhere was marsh which tended to spread tho earth Is becoming solid and gives promise of becoming culti vable Some of the marshy tract has been already reclaimed London Globe AU That Was Lacking Lawyer Aro you absolutely sure the accused has never accepted a brlboWitnessYes sir absolutely sure Ho told me confidentially that be Had never had a really good chancel Do trait Frffl Press LEAVE THE LIQUOR ALONE 1 Im anxious to tell you a Mt of my mice If It wont SlUt you out ef the way Kr I feel very certain lull tAtb Of yeil I find There misdem tR jet at elleugItwfa Weve lnadIUld IMmM t Ipertve sot one or my own That helps me to ped ldr affil laugh ftt duet rare It to I mvt the liquor nUntl To avoid neglect and te win rtipMt Just Lear the liquor tenet Th b war ride In iv coach sad pair The ifrfiikcr meat trudge en lime read OM gees through tINt w r dkwtth a Jitutr air The other bends sndsr a load The rladsWMio taM drinkers left poor and atlas U reud lmve yeur share ef good lhl fM lake euro tad leave the llqww alone Youll eajoy geed health sad yeull Bata in wealth It yea leave tke liquor ekes A twin tail ef melt Yat worth his ash The tafttlM UHior alone A erlakor to ready te ewe at tail Ho bM plairetf hut a lortM gamut Jlew wind wekl he ho M Pooh tboputU And ram Win a evtor same heat reach ok ago with thin vote rrerrt pie a time that past sad alas Vew mar wee a aced pats ta lifes lottery et If youll leave the liquor alasYoull nnd ono day Ito time xilertt way If youll Iravo th ilaaralone Then resolve like rasa MM te teuoh it rain hut to tsars the iklar atnot National Advorai IIT TEACHES TEMPERANCE The Bible by Precept and Example Ir Against the Use of Intoz- icatlnfrI Liquors Some thins the UIMe tcashei by precept and other things by example In tlte matter of strong drink there la co lack of either precept or example A bright little pamphlet hag appeared on How lo Make Tewporanto Tcaoi lag Iu the Sunday 8 te61 Helpful and Interesting whisk eovlatns among other suggestion Call attention to sack Qtatalnsra as Samson Samuel Daniel and John UtI Baptist Contrast their lives with tbeee addicted to otrrag drink Am non who was slain at tbe sheep herding fast when rib heart wa merry with wine Aaronfe sens wha offered fate fire In Ute ttlMrotlr and Imneillatety afterward God IMIIt- ho command that solder DM priest tier Ma ions should drink wtaa nr strong drink when they entered Ute tabernaeto of tile fOHRrefiatlsM lest tty ilk Denhadad who with Sr Icings drank wine IB UM pavilion before the tattle with AJtab and was I defeated IteMtauar who was drink lag wine at a feast with a thousand Ier4a when he aaw tke baadwrUinK oa tile wall that foretold the loas of Ms kingdom Impress DM truth hail I from that time to the preewt many have lest their klagitoBi their hnr aster because of strong drink Refer to tho lemperanee organisa lions of the Naurlt s and lk lleehabltM TIll pledge of the for mer found In Numbers 03 and tbal of the latter In Jeremiah X66 Th Young Mens Temperance society formed In tabylon composed of Dan let Hananlah Mlihael Ararlab a so ciety approved of by King Nebueb l nezzar after s ten days test Read tho temperance address ol Nottand the power and pathos with which lie cries offt against tho evils of In temperanceThen tho beautiful model for I character building given In II Peter 15 0 tho fourth story of whisk It temperance also tbe strong woitfs of Paul to Felix Can anyone say that the Bible dots not teach total abstinence with nueJi examples before him When tho pus tor or teacher comes to realize how much there is In the Bible along thla lino he will uso It more TlamV Horn REFORM NOTES When punch Is In patriotism lit out The flrllt social glow has Pt many a bright young man Into the Submerged class The Childrens Herald a monthly paper is the newest accomplishment of the Japanese W C T U A Now York man was arrested and fined 25 for giving his liorso a pint of whisky Evidently Now York is more careful of Its horses than IU peopleTho Wesleyan conference of EllS land has set apart tho sum of c10 000 from the Twenty Century fund tor the active propagation of time temrperanco reform Tho German emperor tells his sol there that Russias defeat at Mukden WOK due to enervation caused by Immorality and drunkenness Moral Let the German army bo sober and pure Members of the branch of tho W C T U nt Fond du 110 WIs have en tered a formal protest to tho mayor and city council against tho Ladles Entrance sign which appear at the side doors of saloons A Saloonkeeper Choice t Ono of the most prominent saloon- keepers of Chicago who lives In a pro hibition suburb gives hU reason tot choosing such a locality by saying tha lie prefers to bring up his family as fat sway from the saloon as posslbln IHINTS ON APPLE PICKING Careful Handling of the Fruit and Sorting and Packing Necessary to Best Results i When tho trees get such size that all the fruit cannot be reached from a stepladder there IB no better way of apples than to use the com 1mon ladder with lmlf round spruce tides and oak rungs It la light as possible for tho necessary strength and lengthFor trees over 30 feet high It Js use less to say much about tho use of lad flora but for anything up to 30 feet uso ladders that will reach fully to the top of the tree so that the fruit can all Lo gathered easily and rapidly from Tlin SOllTINU TAUIB tho ladder Even when tho trees are loaded to tbo ground put tho ladder di rectly against the tree and pick from the ladder from the ground up and no limbs will be broken nor fruit knocked off It does not seem to mo that any of the devlren for gathering fruit by means of shaking it Into a canvas stretched under the treo can be a quo cess for harvesting fruit that Is to be graded as firstclass as the apples are no much damaged by striking one an other sad the twigs and brunches ot the tree or gathering early varieties and a part of tho crop that Is to be cut directly on the general market euclt devices may some time come Into quite geenral use A sorting table like that shown In the cut seven or eight feet long and four or ave ted wide with slatted bolo tom and six or eight Inches high at the aides U a great labor saver says tho Farm and Home This table Is set up on a couple of benches or barrels with a few Mocks will do with Just incline enough for the apples to run down easily and high enough for a barrel to sot under the tower md The opening over tho barrel at the hewer end Is elowd with a short pleas of board when not In we Most of the leaves and many small apples will drop through the slats The triangular pseOl In the lower corner of the table may bo used to lay the facers In With ono man at the lower end with barrel and It muck sorting Is necessary a wan at each aide of this tflWe apples can be well sorted and put MP very rapidly A table of this kiwi U easily moved about the errhard aad Ute pickers may empty their baskets directly onto It Is table Clan bo made mush larger If desired and several large growers and buyers here use ono hold ing 1C to SO barrels so that a wagon load Is driven up to the side of It and tho whole poured directly onto the ta ble Urge and Small Cows According to Prof Hanker of Min nesota most farmers overestimate they valuo of largo cows and largo milkers and u a rule underestimate tbo valuo of a small vow giving a light flow of milk rich In butter fat In catering tho dairy barn of the Minnesota state farm thero are In the first row two cows standing side by side One weighs 1300 and the other 875 pounds invariably when vie titers enter favorable comments are made on the fine largo cow with tho big udder and on only one occasion has tho small cow been pointed out ns an Ideal daliy animal and that was fey a prominent milk producer from New England The large cow is the deepest milker in the herd while the small cow novergtvesalargemes8ovon when fresh The rtgecow Invariably decreases rap idly in her flow while tho small one is a persistent milker generally giving as much In the spring as when she went Into winter quarters The largo cow during the past threoycars has averaged 295 pounds of butter per year while tho small one gave 341 pounds Tint COW AND ITS MILK Good mllkorn wjll alinoat Invariably show a wclldevtlopcd milk vein Butter will bo foamy It the cream is allowed to stand until It gets too sour After n cow passes much beyond nine years of ago she begins to de teriorate Tile development of the dairy cow Is engaging the best thought of our dairymen The dairy cow Is becoming popular all over the world as situ is n money maker and does not lower the fertility of the fatal The Weight of Milk Prof Van Norman of the Indiana ex periment Btatton say tbat ono gallon of milk of average density weighs pound- i 3 ounces This will vary slightly ac cording to the amount of cream In It Tho greater the proportion of cream the less will be the weight as cream slighter than the milk In tho weighing of cream the percentage of fat counts largely If the cream contains 15 percent of butter fat U will weigh 8 pounds nod C ounces If It contains 35 per cent of fat it will weigh S pounds II ounces 40 Jptr Coot 6 pounds and 1 ounce THE PEACH AND PLUM Some Interesting Pacts Regarding the hybridizing of These Two Fruit Trees The peach and plum have so many points In common that tho blossoms will hybridize Thin was onco proved by crossing Troths early peach on a Wlldgooso plum The result was a tree which resembled a plum but wits peachfihyodill not blossom Fruit tho tree never had Nor could it The flowers had deformed antlers but no pistils With out hope of posterity tbo treo was doomed to live and die tbo only ono of Its kind since thero would be no object In budding from It to perpetuate such a curiosity It was fittingly named MuleWhen selecting peach buds the nov ice should bear In mind that where thero is ono bud In a place It Is often a fruit hurl When there aro two be may be sure that ono Is a growth bud If thero aro threo tho center one is the growth bud Blossom buds aro more blunt than tho others Of course those that will produce blossoms are of praotlcedifferences will enable ono to distin guish them without difficulty Tho plum In similar In Its habit a bud for growth being between two for fruit Thus applies to the Domestics and Americans The Japs produce fruit buds In clusters- It Is not commonly known that the coddling moth has an enemy bore at home but It has Tho creature Is none other than that mysterious curiosity of childhood days the hair worm When this insect Is young and very small It sometimes manages to find tho getsIntoown satisfaction and the discomfort of Its host Tbo supposition Is that It climbs the tree and follows the worm Intothe borrow made In the fruit At least It hiss been found there It has frequently been found protruding from the sides of grasshoppers and other in sects All of which goes to provo that the little squirmer has an Important place to fill and might well be a thous and times as numerous as It is ACID STRENGTH OF VINEGAR On the Quality of the Apples Depends the Amount of Anotie Acid Pro duced front the Cider In some of our stales the pure food laws regulate tho strength of vinegar and It Is quite generally required that elder vinegar shall have at least 45 per cent of acetic acid It te aswimod that if tbe vinegar dose not come up hDI ter Yet It Is a fact that can be demonstrated that some of the eider made from apple will not produce vinegar that has the required amount of acetic nerd This seams never to have been partfyhave posted beyond their prime they sometimes do not contain enough sugar to produce 4C per rtut of acetic acid In the vinegar We do not sny that the law should be changed declares tho Farmers Review but warn farm era to use fully matured apples it is alto the pan of wisdom to avoid the soaking of pomaco with water and squeezing it a second time to get rroro of the Juice It Is true that If the vine gar Is to bo used at home this may tholl1eIf cider has been made from unrlps content opportunity to evaporate a certain per undergoingtheIt Into vinegar A HANDY LADDER How 04e Can Emily Xade Which Will Do as Good Service as a Doughten One To mako a light ladder cut a green pole 22 feat long trim peel and then work down with a drawshave till tho polo U about five Inches in dla meter at tho butt and three inches LILyItfasten In place flora three quar ter Inch holes every 11 Inches Then turn tbo polo onefourth and rip on d true line roundsofhickoryono and tbrcd iuartor Inches In diame ter at the middle and trim down the ends to fit the holes Make the ladder a convenient width at the top and six metes to ono foot under at the bot tom Put the louder together and nail every fourth round at both ends The Farm anil Homo suggests the plan of getting a blacksmith to make sonic spikes for tho bottom and if a root ladder some hooks for the top aa shown in the cut HORTICULTURAL NOTES Set current bushes this fall and plant them 4x0 feet or better six feet etch way The latter distance leaves plenty of room for cultivation The package counts tat so much in the selling of fruit that on some markets there him grown up tho adage the package sells tho fruit All the extra early peaches of tho Al exander type are poor In quality Theres a big chance here for tho orig inator of a new peach that will fill the bill Pleadingfor Sunday School Lesion for Nor 5 1905 Speelillr Prepared for This Paper LMBSON TEXT Either 41548 Mem I ory Versos El 1- l1OiEN rJ XTIhe Lord presereth all them that love Hlml8alm H520- I TIMElIorlythrt genre after the com plotlon of oho temple In n C G16 and 16 TheIlesson are lUtlgn of Ahn uorua Xerxes II C 486H6C The great feast 11 C 458 loather made queen U C 479 Esther saves 413I the winter palace of about 200 miles south of cant from llatiylon I ThoughtiNTRODUCTOILYThe Mnor Tho author Is unknown but must have been some one living In the heart of Persia a man who was Intimately acquainted with tho wen try ho doscribeeProf Ailenoy The date of writing Is also unknown Prof Sayco places It at D C 425 lie says that tho minuteness of de tall shows that tho author lived before tho overthrow of the Persian power IJ C 331 Some place tho data still later Tho Great Feast at Stiushan Tho Ahasuertis of Esther hOB been Identified almost beyond doubt with Xerxes tho famous son and successor of Darius llystaspea ofI our last lesson He reigned over near ly all Asia and In his first years 485 481 ho conquered Egypt But Greece was still unconquered Xerxes therefore determined to lay a bridge over the Hellespont and to transport an army Into Greece to punish tho Athenians for their defeat of his fa thor DarliiB at Marathon For this purpose Xerxes according to Herodo tus hold a groat assembly of tire noblest Persians to arrange for the expedition ngnlut Greece It Is probable that this was the feast described In tho first chapter of Esther as tak ing place in Susu It was at this feast that Ahasuerus In his drunken excitement insultingly commanded his queen Vuslitl to como Into this reckless assembly of mon to show off her royal beauty thus outraging the most sacred rules of oriental eti quette Sho refused to obey and as a eongoqueneo the king deposed her from being queen V 11 Whosoever shall Dome unto the king Into tho Inner court who Is not called there Is ono law of lila to put him to death Rather there ts one law for him Whoever ho be there is one and the same law regarding hlmllo must suffer death Kxeopl such to whom tho king shall hold out tho goldlnI coptar There was therefore t Iblllly of Esthers reaching the oars of the kltiR but with the greatest un certainty as to how such n capricious king would sat especially as his love for her hail cooled Tho mission Mordeeal committed to Bather was ono of great danger and difficulty V 13 Then Monloeal command ed to answer Esther Ho gives four reasons why Rather should undertake the mission 1 She could not escape the massacre oven It sire should refuse to undergo this danger 2 She was providentially endowed with beauty and raised to her position as queen for thin very purpose If this was true God would make liar suo coesful It is a blessed thing to find out what one is sent Into this world for 3 All her relatives would be destroyed Every motive of patriotism and religion urged her on 4 Then a great privilege was presented to her such an opportunity as seldom falls to tho lot of anyone Tile work Is certain to be accomplished in some way but tho joy and blessing of doing It Is offered to Esther 15 Then Esther bade them re turn answer She accepted thq dangerous mission but she went about her work In tho wisest and most skillful way 1 Religious prepara tlon 10 Neither eat nor drink three days Fasting Implies prayer earpcBtiTc confession of sin a belief In God an intense desire to bo fitted to obtain the right spirit TbU was on the same principle aa Christs promise to Ills disciples when two or three agreed together touching any thing they shall ask Matt 1819 2 She used every means within her power I Ch 5 VI Esther put on her royal apparel She was a sensible practical woman and used her beauty and Charm of person and of dress to ac complUh her object V 2 The king held out the golden scepter The sign that he received her and that the most Wan Itoher method tiC asking her favor by a feast by delays that keyciV up tho kings curiosity to the highest pitch and gave her and Mordocal time to make tho wisest plans for overcoming tho unchangeable law of tho Medea and Persians 4 Sho was aided by tho strange providence of the kings sleepless night and the consequent bOo havlor of Hnraau Application Great crises great trials great dan gers have n mission In the building tip of ovary nation They awaken from spiritual lethargy they culti vate a spirit of prayer they lead to trust In God they arouse courage Heroism In everyday life Is the ex pression and cultivation of the heroic spirit In our ordinary dally life Wa cannot all be heroes In great things but tho field of heroism is everywhere lu every home In every town There ure great enemies to overcome In our ami hearts there aro powers and principalities of ovll on every hand Mexican PawPaw Fiber Interest line been created lu Vita morns Mexico by the suggestion tint tho fiber of tbo papaya commonly known as tho Mexican pawpaw would probably afford an admlrnbln material for tho manufacture of high grado pa per The filer In question Is tho full length of tin tree trunk and appears to bo strong arid rather silky In lex turn With the oxcoptlon of the lark and a small pithy heart the trunk Is composed entirely of tins llbrous ma terial Why He Was There The story of the Texas farmer who wlion asked by the minister performing his wedding ceremony Do you take Hits woman etc replied Thomsthe calculations reminds an Englishman of a similar occurrence In one of the eastern common of England The qjcrgyuion hall reached tho nnmn part of the service and the bridegroom re plied Why blew be sir I cum ere aJtuPlllr1 Filter the Smoke Users of tobacco should according lo n inrninu Investigator filter the smoke from thulr pipes through cotton soaked lu ferrlft salts Hy time process tho fume of Ibo nwrntlal oil of the hydrogen milphldo the ryanhydrlc aold and about half the nlcotlnn and He rh1torIts aroma Beware of Bridge Enthralling and dominating bridge whist scenic to hays the entire coun try under Its persuasive power says arcIplay the game The moment you aro under the spell It in good by to everything olio under the sun Tough Duds The Belgian government discovered porno time ago that the leather bags used for tho malls In tbo Congo Free Stale wore often stolen nvontlgatlon proved that natives In the postal aerv lee took them cut out tbe Uittbm and gave them to their wiles no bo worn as clothing Rigid Censors Italys government censors all press telegrams to foreign countries Re cently the cntrnpondDnl of the Lon don Express handed In a dispatch re lating to tbe severe heat In Rome which tbe censor declined to allow lo pals Tabbys Gold Tooth A cat In Coneordla Cat swallowed the Old tooth witch her cnrofn nils oneIdeeyelThe cat Is dead und was burled in a ooHIti lined with mouse skins Woman Side of It An Atcbtson woman who has been rooster pccked all her life says the only time she ever chose something without being picked at was after tel husbands dean h when she chose Ills coSJn Atcblaun hobo An Opinion crIUeiflllCrHlchllu artist It an Institution which nun boa people nqt clover thomselvos to rdake others apologize for bodes so = Washington Star Cheap and IgaProf Reulatix who died In Berlin recently Is said to havo originated the phrase cheap and ugly or aa It Ik snore commonly quoted In hli country cheap und nasty MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 28 CATTLE Common 2 CO 0 3 40 Heavy steers 4 60 d9 4 75- CALVESExtra 0 7 50 HOGS Oh packers J 00 0 3 10 Mixed packers GOO W 5 15 Slh iWExtra 510 6D 5 2- 0LAMUSExtra 7 75 7 85 FLOUR Spring pat 0 25 C COoo WHKATNO 2 red 0 i No I red 0 80 6yNQOATS No 2 mixed 0 3- LRYENo 2 C3 0 71 HAAtCh timothy eiill3 00 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you how well and bow reasonably wo can t- Q supply your wants + IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD 0 1New Florence Drop Top nail Bearing Sowing Machines o + 25 J30 and tJa worth 150 tOO and I5 u j CRTJTCHER EVANS 1 Joplin Old Stand Richmond Kr Dar Phone 73 fright Phone 47u of o+o+0 +O +O +O+o+o+o+o+o+e +od O+O+od o+o+a+O bo+o3o +O+O +O 0 t Carriage Satisfaction Here BuggiesPhaetons Trips Stylish bodyflshcarriages invariably give thanNOWWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Madison Roller Mills HoIoIItlM Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora steal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Ec Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be herd to beat PRIDE OF MADISON lei Hxccllcnt Flour Mtito 4 Potts Dueirsch I I I U LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 einrNerth Train 4 Bally Leave iBejaa 31J a m va Llchtnond4du Am Arrive ans a m Arrivehu riintti750a m Balnj North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris 380 pm Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Da- llyLeappltgrealli p m- Arnvo Knorville81Op m Oolnr South Train I Dilly rpad12i17Arrive 8 m m tarryBuatandX ioxvllklu lK tl r Uortv Tulnt Hum bert 1 and 4 ctrnr Pullman teiUlmled Sleeping cur and iieipttnutn Ctnclnajil and Knox Tllle In lotb fllrwtl nl W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLEtATLAHTIC RYCO- V 1OW Time ibis In efT ctprll IS flU KAST BOUND Ko I Nik 3 Ha S- Vlnlllft 10l5uni GOO ii la- Nlclioluvtllc 1100 VI6 View 1124 740- Rlclnnmlder110S 110 Klchmnnd Iv 1201 p n S 90 a m brine IXtt 730 210Sr 90Ucitlyrille toro BraU1lIIr Jet SOO 10211 vnsr nounNo 2 Ko 4 o6 pl1INlchotnUleVall y1ew 62S 201 Hltlimond Iv tiW 135 110IrvineIv6Wahnltyrlhe 10X a a- aeattyville Jet Sso 1080 No 1 end 61 mud 3 clove connection at Nlelohas tIho tostd from LSSLOSiaqand ballanaat Veessliles to rHIIo and Loul S ronnecU ar lie ttjrrllle J auction lor JacVion tot say tutliec Inloroa thou adi1ttu any local acl1tlJt Y Yali1TU0VeaiUaLy RiiiiaboutsSurrfes 1 Du able 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BEREAKENTUOKYI I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 Iii 1 1 1 Mrs Sallie Burns of East Hamilton Ohio has been visiting in Berea for the past few days She went yes torday Wednesday to Oneida Clay CountyMrs R J Lewis mother of Prof Chas D Lewis has gone to Norfolk Va to spend the winter with a son and daughter there Henry McClure is at home from Williamsburg nursing a mashed thumb He will return later A baby girlcame Wednesday morning to 0 F Hansons home Mrs John Coyle of Alliance Neb iq visiting Mrs A R Ramsey and Mrs J C Coyle Mrs Charles Hanson gave an Autumn party to her mother last Fri day The ten or twelve invited guests were greatly pleased both by the refreshments and by the artistic harmony of the decorations with the occasionMr Mrs Hine formerly resi dents of Berea and students in Berea College are visiting Mrs A P Ramsey This is the first visit of Mr and Mrs Hine to Berea in seven years Rev TA Kitchen will preach at the Congregations church on Sunday morningand will administer the sacrament after the sermon All are welcomeS Combs has sold his property on Center street to Joe Evans Professor Dodge was at Mt Vernon last Saturday reinstituting the Milton M Frazier G A R Post in that place It starts again with sixteen membersMr S Gott who has been ill of typhoid feverat the hospital in Rich mond for several weeks has returned home He is still weak but is mend ing rapidly Mr M J Gabbard accompanied by Comrades French and Kellywent to Drip Rock Saturday where Mr Gabbardas Deputy of Past Com mander mustered in several members Dr John Hurd of Sturgeon a former student in Berea College is visiting Dr S R Baker this week Notice the offer of premiums tor now yearly subscribers to the Citizen These are not cheap glaring chromos but are artistic reproductions of realworks of art The Womans Missionary Society of the Union Church will change its time of meeting to Saturday this weekand will meet witk Mrs Frost when Miss Dearing will address the Society A full attendance is re questedThe business on which Rev Mr Thomson is absent still detains him and he will not be here for Sunday r Mr Tupper will officiate at the Com munion Service in his place John Anderson has rented H C Combs property on Jefferson at i 111i1lii makingheadquartors was in Berea Saturday and Sunday but returns to Lexington Monday All who are acquainted with Mr Taylor Gabbard of Owsley County will be glad to know that his pros pect of election to the Legislature this fall is very bright Owsloy presents him as a favorite son and it is said that Clay County will cost a big vote for him GapSundayDr A C Fish of Frankfort Ky was elected First VicePresidont of the Tuberculosis Congress of the Homeopathic Medical Association in Louisville recently This election shows the high standing of Dr Fish in his profession and among his con freres Berea joins with Frankfort in its pride over this honor as Dr Fish is a native of Madison county nnda former student in Berea CollegeHalloween passed with very little disturbance Whether this was owing to a wave of good sense or to the extra deputies who were on duty is a question that would perhaps better not bo inquired into too close ly One act showed that there is a spirit of recklessness abroad in the place that needs curbing A dyna mite cartridge was exploded on the roof of one of the outhouses of the College evidently with the intention of injuring one of the watchmen One who could be guilty of such an outrage needs an opportunity for quiet meditation that only a prison sentence affords How Are You Going to Vote Election will be over before an other issue of the Citizen How are you going to vote It is every mans duty to vote his convictions but the matter does not rest there That man is guilty of treason to his coun try his community and himself who votes for a corrupt or otherwise unfit man for office simply because that man belongs to his party It is true that the leaders in the party organi zations say differently but they are wrong Such talk is simply for the purpose of keeping thepower in the hands of a few Think the matter over and then vote to please the only one who can see you as you mark your ballot- How are you going to vote on the Amendment l Do you realize that this amendment is formulated and had its inception iu the minds of those who care only for the success of themselves and their party Do you want to see Kentucky the only state that has gone backward in its methods of voting And do you want to see men herded to the polls like cattle by those who have bought their manhood t Think it over and act accordingly fi111i1IIt11I1IIIti1t1Fd College Items IHIRl AND THERE liHIMiHHIHK Winnie Moores is teaching in Es till County and hopes to bo in Boron for the winter term Wellington Patrick who was hero in 1003 is teaching at Netty Ky President Frost Mrs Frost Miss Cameron and Prof Rumold wont to Burning Springs Tuesday President Frost spoke to the students at Chapel Sunday night holpfulParish House in the absence of Her ThomsonMr Taylor Gabbard recently spoke in McKee and the voters of Jackson wore much ptcasIJdwith him His speech is romarke us one of tho best ever heard in the Court House th61nowSaturdayAbout Rev Hopkins of Valley Viow Madison County was in Boron Mon Mondaylecture The sad news of tho death of tho five year old girl of Joseph Rogers of Philadelphia has been received The child met its death by falling out of a window Mr Rogers has the sympathy of all Berea friends Tho socials of Tuesday night wore enjoyed by all present Professor Mason gave tho Monday morning lecture thU week on Fores try Miss Doaring a returned mission ary from Africa will speak in the Parish House on Sunday morning and also at the Tabernacle Sunday night Miss Dearing is reported to bo a very interesting speaker I Berea vs K S C Last Saturday the football tram wont to Lexington whore they lined up against tho strong Kentucky State College eleven While BercoJmrdly expected to be defeated to the tune of 40 to 0 the K S C cadets played nlanIandutes found that they wore up against tho real article Hunt and Treachvay wow not in physical condition to ply and in fact tho whole toast was feel ing somewhat on tho bumsky duo no doubt to the fact that this was their first trip away from homo this year and because of tho lack of sleep and rest On tho whole our boys put up n plucky gridiron battlo Burgess was tho reap star of tho gamo for Boron while Capt Kompor and Klio des played tho best ball for K S C Time aer timo Burgess would tear through K S Cs lino and down tile runner in his tracks Stilwell put up a wonderful article of ball for Boroa during tho latter part of tho game playing like n fiond Captain Marsh and onoortwoothare played a gamoDotaila K s C LINE or ntmtu Jenkins LoftendIluntFrost McKinnoy Lefttackle Hudson guardMarshCnptAdair Brewer Rightguard Tread wny Coleman Huff Baird Righttacklo Burgess Turner Rightend Clark MontgomeryAtkinsQuarterback1Voluh Paullin Lofthalfback Slllwell- Khodes Righthalfback Bonder KemporCapt FullbackErnstTurner Substitutes For K S C Coleman Swopo and Schultz For Borea Huff Frost Fowler and A Bender Touchdowns Kemperfi McKinney Turner and Rhodes GoalsAtkins 0 Referee W F Scott Umpire J M Stuck- yTiutokeopersfor i K S C Wlilto Gwyn for Boron Prof Marsh Linesmen H J Schultz and N FrostThe football team plays Millers burg Military Institute uoxt Saturday afternoon All tho students and citizens of Boron and vicinity should be on hand to root loyully foe tho boys t The following studoiiU accompani ed tho team to Lexington last Satur day Ralph Osborno Earl Spink Arthur Flanery George Mullet and Clyde Stilwoll The fire drill of the Fire Depart melt Monday evening about 1015 was a grand and glorious spectacle for the many interested spectators Nut sad- Iroud ParentIf you call in tie mydaughterFriendOh I shaut mind that You onght to hear the fellow down our way practicing on tho cornet It is simply awfulTitBits u A New Lanuiinue Method It n person bus as the Celts nor only Olio stile to Ma tongue and wishes to add to his resources In till matter of language It might be well for him to apply to nu old ninii lu Scotland whoue methods of Instruction are simple rhoy ore described In Scones Iu Scotland by Mr Sinclair A lady visiting In the north of Slot laud wished to get some idea of the Gaelic and employed an old native to give her a course of language lessons I The Scotsman took the Bible for the text book and opening It at tho be ginning of Oonesli ho raid Now umuni Ill rornl this to you In tho Gaelic and youll SIC yourself how It will go With solemn intonation and an up pealing triumphant glance toward the lady at the end of every clause lit loudly rend the first four versus and unused to watch tho effect Thou he said In a tone of deep conviction Now maam If youll take your own lllhlo and turn to that chapter and read It In Kugllsh youll see Its Just the selfsame thing The old man was much surprised that the ludy did not continuo her lossons Lew IVnlUveN UuMrrllten Noel General Low Wallace had Iu mind nn American novel Ho once Bald that It was his Intention to wrlto this story after ho had completed his memoirs Ills theme was the striving of Amorl cans to accomplish wonderful things In au Incredibly short time Ills hero waS to bo a nations American who lived for a tow years In Muropo then In Austra Ha In Africa and in South America and who finally after years of wander lug returns to his own country only to start again upon his Journey never satisfied never happy the spirit of an Indian within him nud the childlike de sire to IHO new scenes Iu each of these eoniitrtos his hero was to accom plish worthy deeds and when ho returns tohls own country It Is with the Intention of leading the life of a eon of the soil tint hue hero finds ho cannot do BO The story would have been sugges lye of Tho Wandering Jew with the element of religious controversy elimi nated Success A Stickler Peer rromptnen A certain mercbaHt In Boston is noted for ben n stlcklv In the matter of promptness to the extant that ho has been known to walk out of chureh because the services did not begin promptly and to leave Ills skier alone In a strange dry because the was tour minutes late In keeping an appoint mart Sot long ago ho overheard a forceful exposition of his peculiarity lie had walked out to his stable and was about to BO In when he hoard the now groom within say to the coach man Is It Ihrue Doha that tho boon Is cracked about doing thing on time anti gees kilo a fit whin anaybody Is later Thrue7 Tumor cried Dotes Let me toll you Ryan how thruo It U If the boss had proml e l to mate himself at Illvon oclock and was late hed fluid himself gone whin ho got there Thats how throe tarLetr r Smallpox or variola was not known to tho Ilomatia before the MxUi eoMtury Leprosy Is as different troth It as paw Is from St VlttM danca What in tills awful disease Something owlralc chronic raaHfniant with autaDeous lesion It Is a scabious affliction of h dreadful character attacking nations negligent of cloanllnoM and tho decen des of life All that Franco and flag land gamed by engaging In tho cru solos was leprosy and of all that they took leprosy was tho only thing that remained with them In olden limos every man laboring under the disease was Imprisoned like a thief or a robber Moth holes and tile mildew on walls were believed to be tho effects of lep rosy Now York Pross Tlir IJalillienileil resale The staid distillled and homely bald headed eagle the glorious emblem of the American republic mates but once and pyres with his one mate until he or sho dies If loft u widower oven a young widower Uio Imldbeadod eagle never mates again Ho remains alone and disconsolate In the nest on tho rocky crag or In tile branches of a tall pine that formed his domicile while his mate was nllve No other female eagle An tempt him to forsake his discon solate lire A Hainan Ilatller The baby hind swallowed two but tons a dime and three marbles For a moment his optimistic father seemed a trifle disheartened Out presently ho regained his equanimity It saves me tho expense of buying a rattle for him he chuckled as he dun died the Infant on his knee Cleveland Plain Dealer Her Plgnre Fred She Is anything but band some and she hasnt even got a good figure Joe Ill admit alto Isnt a prlzo beauty vbut she Is worth a halt million Invtier own right and If that Isnt II- i handsome figure thou Im no mathema tician VnnteiI a Ceremony EUiol Ma I want some water to christen my doll Ethels Ma No dear It Is wrong you know Ethel Well then I want somo wax to wax mate her Shes old enough now to have something done to her SMell Money Has your husband had any luck with tho rueest Yes answered young Mrs Tnrklns tIne has been felling III all the week and couldnt go out to the track Washington Post Patience Is bitter but Its fruits are iweet 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Cash Store i s 0 RHODUS GREEN PROPS g e o goo o o ooeceooooooooeo o oo o oeoeoeol WORLDS NEWS iCONDENSED FORM Pithy and Pointed Paragraph of Recent Interesting Happenings II EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doings at the Government Of flclals Crime and Casualties and Other Notes of Gen oral Interest The Presidents Southern Trip President Roosevelt concluded a tureuuous day In Alabama by a two hours visit to Blnnlngham whore his leoepllon In keeping with those given him fitMontgomery and Tuskogeo was h rt and soulstirring Ills day bo can at 79ol1 when tho special train left Moncomory for Tuskegeo Visits 10 tho Tuikege normal and Industrial i Institute and to the Methodist female ollogo worn crowd l Into a llttlo less than two hours and tho noon hour lied just arrived when tho executive stopS pad from MB oar In Montgomery It the evening he visited Birmingham President Rootevek spent sever K ura In and around Little Rock Ark lie made two addresses in one or which ho denounced lynching and In iiolng BO allotted Ixarty applauw Tile Grounds sad build of the garrison PI lllg Rook were visited and a salute of 21 gun WM fired The preeldan had a guard of honor oompossd of U talon army veteran be 4ed by Cot A 8 ftowler and IS fornitr oonfmier a tea lieaded by former Got URn W Jones They reg In palra moh Com r confederate by the skis of a fed rat nrmy veteran The presWsttt midstl his southern tour at New Orleans when he reotlv H oa ovation lie boarded the lighter MaenoUa au was transferred Utlvr to the cruiser West Virginia For four- lays ho will be nbssnt frost Amertcan soil which baa sever heretofore lap leHilto a president during his Inctim heavy Tho first aeeMeitt to mar President HoowvrttB southern trip occurred when the llcbUwitW tender Magnolia with tho preMdest on board collided with tho fruit smelter lto arta near Nairn La Doth vtlneele went gniund but HO iwrtoH wan seriously tuJo red The forvrammt revenue cut tar try wont to the reacu of the pr4 dent and took ere mttra party off Ute trended vessel and proeewlwl down he river txiUlax these ftUwrd DM Wert VIpRtefc Miscellaneous News Item At 1ICf Hi Dw g9T rhnkHtt of Piotrakoir PolniMt riraiiDOiw tired on a demonKtrntlon of 4JM9 workmen ViHtug two aid woui4taK 11 A mlU tary patrol retiMed to mount guard ON the etre4e Ma1 poMeaMHn are IMV log the service It Is reported frost Ksff thai three regiment have nntlnled In the south wstrp provlnrM and there are alarm- Ing reports of the doubtful fidelity of three bnttaltaNw of Infantry Tho court Is In revolt agslnat the iniporor who Is vaeilkUltiK botwoen tho counsels of his intMlaMra to grant the constitution with Count V1tto as premier and the advloe of the rono tlonarloa to proclnlni a dictatorship under don Oount Alaxto Ignatloff a member of the council of the IlusMnn mplroA from Odessa says there bane been two serious oonnictii there botwoon the troop and n mob In which 27 parson wero killed and 90 wounded A collision botwoen the nUlIUry and x crowd of ttudonts and strikers oc curred In Otl a Tho soldiers with nut warning tired point blank Into the rwQ1 to kttIBng 20 and wQl1ni1lngGO Blffernncvtt taro derotopcil between Count Wltto and Gen Trepoff and hltothft prccloiw momenta PlUMltJlO smperftr Buntfclnu M by the Imperial family remains shut up at Potvrhpf seemingly still hesitating aa to what noirreo WJT Tho situation can nut well bdfxlJg ra ed WJcli the yKeeontlndltclblq li of the emperor tho government has neither a head nor a VOlley tq tnedt4Jiecrisis and ecm to be drifting towards anarchy Losing his balance as no was about to board a wost hound train which was approaching the 511 street station In 1httadolphlai U Frank Clyde vice prcsli qnt tho William P Clyde Kteahiihlp Co and millionaire club man was dragged under tho wheels of the locomotive and Instantly met deathTho brewer have ordered Joint hoopers In Kansas City Kan and the suburb of Argentine Armourdalo and Tlojcdald to close and most of tho 200 saloons In thoso places respected tho order Tho Friends church of America will stftbUflh an Industrial mission among the Nandl nn unnily tribe living cast uf Lake Victoria In Africa Tho freodoin of tho city of London a ilKtluctlon on which many statesmen and warriors havo set groat store was heetowcd on 011 Booth of the Salva tion army Socrotary nuaiwunn of tho Tonnoe sue Ureeders aesoelaUon nnnounco that the association has decided to test in tho courta tho conatltutlonnllty or the nnUratrnel betting law paw od by the but Usrlslature John Adams 20 of Loulivlllp tho olorod stable boy who was tried for illing John Griliam at RiifTnlo N Y v ns r mil gouty of iiiiinslaiicihior and iu L T 1 t i yrns In prison 1I At 1110 s RSlon of the legislative In vevtlBnilon It developed thut the Mu tent Life tussrntico Co Is paying for the dlKtionilnatlon throughout tho coun try of reports of this Investigation that wore favorably to the company A newspaper man was paid a dollar a lino for writing those reports Of the amount of 329797 charged up to ad vortlBlnp last your only 72000 could be accounted fur Tho announcement was made by President Hlchard A McCurdy of the Mutual Life Insurance Co that a committee of tho board of trustees ol pile company lied been appointed to Investigate tho company and Its moth ods Tho legislative committee ad journod until November 8 Secretary of War Taft says ho Is not planning to enter a campaign for tho presidency has no Intention of do- Ing so Is contort with his seat In tho cabinet and moans to stay there along as tho president desires It At tho assizes at Toronto 7600 damages wore awarded tho Metallic Roofing Co In its suit against tho In ternational Sheet Metal Workers Union on charges of boycott and in timidation Charles A Flammor announced ids resignation as republican candidate for district alt oy of Now York and ap pealdtl to tho mombors of the party to support the condtdaoy of William tm pre Jerome THofUBJng to stand for President Ilootevolfa policy for the regulation of railroad rates a largo number of delegate to the Interstate Commerce Law convention at Chicago were bar red from the convention of that organ isation mid thereupon hold a separate meeting to glvo expression to their Irises on the subject Both convention of the Interstate Commerce Law League were adjourn sd Mme die without any afforttt at rec onciliation and M a oonjcnueiiae there will be two regularly organized bodies working In tho interacts of railroad rats leglshatlon Secretary Taft and his party tart ad on tfcelr Panama trip leaving NwhlHiHon by boat for Norfolk He WM tranf rred to tbo United State cruiser Columbia at Old Point PInt completely destroyed the large flvhl house on tli Princeton unlver- sty athletic field containing the train lag quarters and dressing rooms of Woe football bseshall and track teams The dome on the great cathedral In Monterey Mex fell crushing the church into a hoop Tire edifice was one of Uio landmarks of Mexico It was built In 1792 Secretary Tttft has transmitted to the treasury department hts oatlmnt of the appropriation required for th war department for the Ibwal year 1907 Theee ostJuuta aggregate 104 8816776 being 07179J8M leu than the total appropriations made by eon gross for the UM of the wnr department for the onrront flees year end lag June 90 19M In the Iwuw In whloh ProMdant UooMrelt was born at K host 90th street New York the 17th anniver wry of Ue president Ihrtk was celebrated at a banquet attended by mem ber of the Roosevelt HOBI club and Invited getsA- eUag Public Printer Rlckett made several MiueMton for the saving of money to the government In its public printing to the joint committee on printing of the Mnale and house of repronontaUv It was the belief of Mr Ulckrtlft that 100000 a year might bo saved In tho patont otflM printing mono by a condensation of the subject matter King Oscar line definitely and for mally declined the otter of the Nonce gian throng to a prlnco of the house of DernadoUe and In a loiter to the president of the storthing fiually set ore 11le connection with Norway Miss Alice Roosevelt In an Interview sold You can not roafto too emphatic tho statement that I am not engaged to Congressman Longworth Thoro Is no truth In that story President Roosevelt 47th birthday annlvcrany was cvlobratcd In St Paul Mlqn by thb Original Roosevelt club through the medium of a ban quet In tho largo dining room of tho Ilynn hotel Adqlph Porhohncr wanted on 100 warrants g Rotrichqulck teeth odas bf business commlUCdaulcldu by jumping from the fourth story of the building at 163 Washington street In ChicagoBwsjn ss failures In tho United for tho week ending October 26 number 178 against 178 the prod OUI woejf 180 In alto like week of 1901 and 217 in 1903 The Cuban government accepted the Invitation of Emperor Nicholas con voyed through lUiron Rosen the Rus sinn ambassador at Washington to send delegates to tho second peace conference at The Hague John Q Williams 79 died In the house where ho was born in Uollefon- alne O It Is the first death on the fawn In tho SO years It has boon In thu Wlllloma family Mr and Mrs George Dukman wore instantly killed at a crossing of tho lug our railroad at Charleston 11- 1by tho Knickerbocker fast train The r team was killed and their wagon demolished At Savannah Go E Moore a streetcar conductor In an altercation with n passenger drow a heavy revolver and fired three shots The first shot wont wild the second struck nnd kill od Mrs FP Wheeler und the third went through tho thigh of C IL Sick ngor tho paMongor involved In tho altercation Tho railroad mens hotel at Hot Sprint Ark was dMtroycd by fin- early In the morning and when the fire was gotten under control six badly charred bolp WEro found In the ruins Two men were Injured by lumping from ticnunti hUirv window A riumati body ground almost to bibs was found In a bale ot hair urn ling whIch wee bring used to wrap otnie pipes In the Star bUIldIng ti- IXJUll Two masked mon hold up 111 rob bOil Carl Brandt a newsboy In North Dayton 0 taking seven ponnlos and three of the papers he was soiling Jamo Dlacketor a white man aged about 3R was found dead and till body horribly mangled beside the railroad track near tho Cochran distil lery Frankfort Ky Tlie Spanish armored cruiser Cardl sal CJsnorco sank near Murot pro vlnce of Corunna Spain after sulking H teak Tho crow wore saved At the risk of his own life Hear old Adolph Jacobson at Aurora Neb forced Ida way through n solid wall of flame end with a sheet taken from their bed lowered his two younger brothers to safety from a fire In which hits mother and bnby sister had per Ishod anti whloh destroyed their homeIt announced that tho powers have decided to mnko a demonstrator against Turkeys Asiatic but not her European ports in order to avoid the appenraiico of giving encouragement to the Macodonlan Insurgents and that simultaneously a collective note win be presented to Turkey The retort that a mutiny had oc otirrort on board tho Rumlan battle ship Calheilne II Is incorrect The Catherine II line arrived nt Odessa Albert Hummuorle 20 In Phllndel phta Miot and tolled his wife Alice 21 and then turned the weapon upon himself ending his own life The pair were tfiarrled laet January Oiainnan Shunts of the Isthmian canal commission published A signed tatiMnent practically denying that Utere U any friction between Secretary Taft and himself The sfirtemenl ht brief ami relates to recent publics tloti lo that effect Tho pension bureau reports a low of XOOS olvll pensioners by death dur- Ing September Tho net lacrosse ol leutonB was 941 heating a total of 910170 on tike pnkm roll Septum bet 90 Dr J II While whom Oov Dkin chard Iwnored with an appointment on his staff has announced that 1t vats his IntonMon to devote the re mainder of his life to the study of yel low fever and kindred dteeoee Jams Weir Oraydon of london an Amorican soldier during tho civil war has written to Gov troop of Kansas proponing that tine people of this coun try build a 14100foot monument at the geographical center of tho United State In oommttnoraUon of Prosl dent Roosevelts aitccewt In brinpine about pence between Russia and Ja 1aJDlspetekes front Ponen say It Js be llorwl that the possibility of the intor tNHitton of Germany for the restoration of onlor In Poland Is being seriously considQredTtergest blrlh ikt In the IIltory of New Orteune In one day WM re corded at the hearth of heaitli when SS owtlflcalee were testiest Of these 19 won for boys United States Commissioner Ridge way discharged from ouetody Prosier ick Peckham and Moses Haas who were charged with hinting conspired with Kdwln tl Holme jr to defraud the government by securing advance Information of the government crop report An Impressive thanksgiving service was held at Trinity church Now Or leans because of tho abatement of tho yellow fever pldmlc and it was largely attended II J Bloch cashier ot the Citizens tank of Buffalo N Y committed sui oIdo near Utica N Y Blocks ac count are straight with the exception of bad loans Kugono Zimmerman of Cincinnati announced that the railroad system embracing the IJotrolt Toledo Iron ton and the Ann Arbor railroads hail lot o the Amorican Bridge Cdn con tine for n 2060000 bdda liver the Ohio river at Ashland Ky Surrogate Fitzgerald has ordered a tax of 25C6 tippn tho personal stato pf tho laW John Hay secretary of afate In Now York state Five thousand dollar of tho 100 000 stolen hy Ed rtlGcorg9 Cunllffe luaJsentobploriginB to Mrs CunUfto In IUu burg Troops under Capt Frank R McCoy of the Ttrd cavalry alcjcdocamp to MaJ Uqn Woos urprj e4 ffte Datto All lead of the Moro insurgents of tho Island of Mandanao and killed hint together with His son and ten fol lowers Three lives wero lost property val ued at 150000 was destroyed scores nC families were driven from their tomes and freight truffle on tho Nick el Plate railroad was delayed for soy oral hours all on account of the break- Ing of a water main at Eighteenth and Clark streets Chicago That tho dismembered body found Inn suit case at Wlnthrop Mass on September 21 Is that of Susan Geary a chorus girl of Cambridge ia Uio be lief of the girls family and friends and of the Boston poUca department Senator Cnllom chairman pf the senate committee on foreign relations said that ho bolloveft tho treaty motto with San Domingo for financing the at fairs of that republic ivaA receive the approval of Ito senate A monument erected to the memory or tho late President McKInley wee unveiled at Springfield Mass If J Hanilr star swimmer of the Central Y M C A Chicago not only defeated the Missouri Athletic clubs champion Maruand Schwartz In a quarter mile match bat set a new Am or Iran record till 330 yards He crossed the i3u yard mart in 18 CRISIS IS IMMINENT Russian Ilcjrime Seems to iJc Tot tcriiiff to Its Gall Czar Surrounded By Imperial Family Remains Shut Up at Peterhof Hesitating As To What Course To Pursue St Petersburg Oct 30Whlle the day passel quietly without bloodshed In the Russian capital and while the oily IB outwardly calm tho days do velopments all Indicate that a crisis In imminent Although the streets aro filled with troops and reinforcements are now pouring In from Finland the government seems utterly powerless to cope with the situation and many calm observers seem seriously to be hove that the present regime Is totter Ing to lOa fall- Dlftoroncoe havo developed between Count Wllto and Gen Trepoff and while the precious momenta pass the omperor surrounded by the Imperial family remains shut up at Peterhof seemingly still hesitating as to what course to pursue A meeting of the Municipal league was hold at which a deputation of 30 member of tho strikers committee Appeared In an Impassioned speech the lewder of the deputation presented the following demands of the workmen and afllllated orgnntaatkm FirstA constitution and pollUcal libertySeeondIhnt the city furnish food to tho workmen Third That the city refuse further unplleo to the troops and tho police IlourthTh3t the troops bo removed from Uio water works or otherwise Uie strikers would cut the water sup plyFlflhThe Immunity of tho doputa tion from arrest Tile foreign emboeslM have discuss wl the situation but have as yet token no vtep regarding the safety ot foreign r Ulents As a precaution the state ljaprtment at Washington has been rrequested to confer authority foi the dinner of a vessel and to hoist on It the American lag as a refuge tor American The situation can not well bo exag gerated With the present Indecision of the emperor the government has neither a heed nor n policy to meet the crisis send things seem to be drifting towards anarchy The revolutionists openly declare that tho government has eMsed to exist and that nothing reman to his majesty except to ab dicate With a firm hand at tho hoJm and a rational policy however all might quickly bo changed THE AMERICAN ARMY Annual Report of Gen Ainsworth the Military Secretary Washington Oct toMoJ Gen F C AlsurwortX the military secretary In hip second annual report devotes con siderable attention to desertions from the army Gen Alnsworth says tbo actual strength of tho entire military establishment Juno 30 last was 3800 ofll con and 87lSS enlisted men In the regular army 26 olllcer and 660 en listed mon in tho Porto Rico provi sional regiment of Infantry nnd lOG 0Ulcers and 6029 enlisted men In the Philippine scouts making n total oC menIarmy not Including tho hospital corps is now fixed by executive order at 60475 enlisted men dprtngkilled In action or died of wounds die ease etc 21 resigned or discharged 120 dismissed 13 deserted 3 59 total 119- Enlisted men killed in action or disIservttc 224 dlscparge rpr dls abIUJ3Vuy sentenca ptwpqurtjnartlal and by order 9400 deserted 6533 roUted 1S9J Total 38813 DISASTER IN A MINE Six Men Lost The Lives In An Ex plosion atHazt KIrk Pa Pittsuurg Oct 30Slx minor ofll elate of the Plttsuurg and West More land Coal Co gave up their llren when they entered the Hazel lift fnlrio No1 of the company at haze Ki Pa 18 miles east of this to ascertain If a portion of the mine was still burning as a result ot an ex poslon two weeks ago The dead are dupprlntendentpanlol and A Itbdor J Lavoy H Clay iflre bosses All were married wlth largo families and wero men of con aldorabJo means Morton Memory Honored Nebraska City feb Oct 30In the presence of 5000 persons and with olaboratQ5oremqpy a etiitlia f J Ster ling Mortoji ficxsrjjtaryoj agriculture in tho last Cleveland cabinet and founder of Arbor day was unveiled at Morton Part Tax on Hays Property New York Oct 30 Surrogate Fitz gerald has onlored a tax of 25CQ upon tho personal estate of the Into John Hay secretary of state In this state Mr Hay died July 1 last His widow Clara Stono Hay Inherited his properly under his will A Dall Player Shot Hamilton 0 Oct 39Icut tftono pitcher of the Ohio bavebuU team wai fatally shot on South avenue layton and Israel Muntey ore iirrcstod on trio charge of shoot ln liinv Stone was cikiDK his Rirl hi nii A 1 bseas shirt INTERESTING STATE NEWS I I THE KENTUCKY ORANGE Its Meeting at Covlngton Was Closed With a Banquet Covington KyM Oct 2GWUh the banquet following tho conferring or the sixth degree to 75 candidates the annual mooting of tho Kentucky Orange association officially como to an end Tho principal address of the i day was that of oxGov Bachelder of Now Hampshire who Is tho national i associationGovcomplimenting the local association tn his morning address but at the ban- quetI In tho evening gavo a vqry eloquent speech lie told of tho various now Ideas that had boon brought to the attention of tho National assocla tlon during tho last year regarding tlo newest and best way In l o rl st the various crops found in this state ICOUNTRY POSTMASTERS Three of Them Are Held For the Federal Court at London Ky I London Ky Oct 2GMm MillIe Phllpot postmistress at Urban Clay county and the wife of Qranvlllo Phil pot oxstato represontnUve from the 71st district was tried before United Stales Commissioner F B Illloy hors on a warrant charging her with pad ding tho cancellation of stamps Mrs Margaret Dense postmIstress at Rook Gap and Mrs George Philpot postmistress at Byron were tried at the same time for conspiracy In tho same crime All wero held over to tliejpc ond day of tho federal court iwhlel convenes here November 27 All the parties belong to prominent families IHURLED FROM A BRIDGE Thirteen Persons Injured In a TraIn Wreck Near Lexington I Lexington Ky Oct 28 Paasongori on the Louisville Southern train No 9 due here at 7 oclock had a narrow escape when the train was hurled from a bridge seven miles from hero into a creek 40 foot below Thirteen were Injured but none was killed Two or tho Injured were seriously hurt and may not live The man was saved but all the baggago was destroyed or damaged by water Tho bridge Is 151 feet long anti 40 feet high and built of wood A relief train was sent to she scene with physicians and the Injured wero brought hero for attention Files Suit For Damage Hllabothtown Ky OcL 28T C Crawford administrator of the estate of U L EwoII has filed suit in the November term of the Hardln cirqul court against tho Louisville Nash vllle Railroad Co for 25000 for the death of Ewell at La Follette Tonn on August 1C 1905 ILaroest Towboat In the World Ky Oct 28The Inspection of the Sprague the largest tow boat In the world was completed by local officials In true government serv ice Early next week tho boat will start south with C5 barges of coal tho largest tow ever handled by a tow boat Railroad Line INew Oct 2GL F Hub one directors of the Cumberland River Nashville Railroad Co which filed a mortgage of 2500 000 In the county clerks ounce hero for the erection of anew railroad from Corbln through this county toI here IYorks Condition Critical OcLj 27rThe condltlo bf Williani H York who alit tempt tp c suicide In the court ty jaH ero by takfugan ve s t morphine and cutting his throat with adlrfifs very critical 11 Is feared he may not live to tacit trial Slbn IBabe Drank Acid Oct 2GTbe two yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs George Bardolmann of Poplar street during the temporary absence of her mother climbed on n chair and reach- Ing to a high shelf secured a bottle of carbolic acid and drank a portion dying later Gooch Declared Insane Stanford Ky Oct 2SJohn W Gooch who shot and killed his father Mack Henry Gooch near Waynesburg was declared insane and was taken to inIA Verdict For 10000 Shelby vllle KyOct 2SThe Jury In tho Shelby circuit court returned a verdict for 10000 against Clint Co of Chicago for alleged violation of contract In soiling schoolbooks In this county Laying Natural Gas Pipes Lexington Ky Oct 28The Central Kentucky Natural Gas and Oil Co capital 1500000 began laying pipes In this city to furnish Lexington Vlu cheater anti lit Sterling with nttuiral gee Similar forces started at oath of the other two cities IJockeys Father Denies It Lexington Ky Ort 28 Sanford P Iyae father of Jockey Luolen lyne made an emphatic denial of the report sent out from New York to the effort that his ton was on the blu k list withr vcittl 01111111 THE MINERS STRIKE I Twenty Pinkerton Detectives Were Arrested at Sturgis Sturgis Ky Oct 27Twenty Pinkerton detectives from St Louis who oamo to Sturgis Wednesday to guard the mines of the Wost Kentucky that Co during tho strike worn arrested Thursday on a charge of entering fhe state as an armed body Tb wera released on 1500 bond eaCbtho bonds being signed by PresIdeutGard ner of tho coal Company Ttiro are no indications the Villend soon as the operators appear deter mined not to unionize their mines hud the stripers are first TRIED TO OPEN BANK VAULT j The Citizens of Wlllard Were Awak ened By the Explosion Owonsvllle Ky Oct 28A gang off robbers made an attempt to rob tho bank at Wlllard Carter county The robbers gained on entrance to the vault and exploijed a charge of nitrog- lyCerine falling to opon tho door The explosion aroused the dUzeria who ran to the bank but tho robbera had fled Bloodhounds traced them to tho C O at E K Junction This Is believed to be the same gang that robbed Rainey Bros store In Carter county of 2500- MARGARET WILLIAMS The Girl Found With Her Parents Who Are Reunited wA Lexington Ky Oct 27 Margaret Williams who disappeared from tho home of her fostor mother Mrs B 1L Ebker of 1310 Central avenue Cin cinnati last Sunday afternoon after a visit to tho Lyceum theater has been located by Humano Officer J D Har monoSho is with her parents from whom sho was taken by order of Judge Caldwell of tho Juvenile court in Gin tnothQrareto remain In their custody- SUBTERRANEAN CHANNEL It Is Reported To RTval In SIze and Beauty the Mammoth Cave Louisville Ky Oct 271t Is report ed hero that an Immense subterranean channel which promises to surpass la size and beauty the famous Mammoth Cave has been discovered near Olas glow Junction Barren county One arm already bas been explored for a distance of liven miles Furtborpro green was stopped by a wide river It was not possible to telPihe magnitude of this stream They Gave Bond Louisville Ky Oct 26 Sebastian Zorn Thomas G Williams and Ja se- A Bushfleld gave bond In tho Unltetl States coilrt Itf the sum of 2000 each to answer March 13 1900 to tho charge of having violated the Inter Unto commerce law in unlawfully se curing and accepting rebates on grafa rates Weds on Short Notice Lexington Ky Oct2 Miss Nellta Barker of Maine and Rev Madison Hart of Fulton Mo were married hero at tho home of Misses Goff whdm Miss Barker is visiting Rev Ifarf whd is pastor of the Christian church nt Fulton Mo met his bride while lib was attending the Bible college hero Sensational Suit Fifed Covington Ky Oct 27A sensaU- ontLl suit tho echo of tile lynnbtlWilliam orJllicJrer nt Flemingsbarg Ky In 1903 woe filed In thoTodehii court by Mrs Mary Thacker thefwld ow SHQ is suJngGejrgj9 Gprdonjivnd outer ciyzcns of JI1lgS1Juolf9r Da 5 ogldnmagCs for mobbjl ng her hu I d a Files Mortgage at Paducah Paducah Ky Oct 27Y1 B Smith missing former president of Western lhedIngago o Jnh9UI nnd J fand half erest acres pt land to his broth ers C L Smtthtanrt Ray Sintthtar 20000 whl he weS 0iera Committed Suicide By Drowning London KyOcL 7lrn Jcna0 MathIas vifo of Jesse MaHiias a ofhgren way years old Her mind bad boon bitb i nnccd Tor several days She wainbt discovered for an hour Mrs Thomas Britton lead Lexlnpfpn Ky Oct 28Mrs Eliz abelh Qrltton 71 Is dead at St Jo sephs 11pltta1 after ah Illness of s6v oral weeks She was the widow of the lato noted trotUng iiorseraah Tommy Drltton who bred nail raced tho famous trotter bearing that name Death Verdict Against Johnson Louisville Ky Oct 23 Cornellu3 Johnson the young negro woo shot nnd killed Conrad Kaiser constabln and saloonkeeper in the cote ty ill have to die for his crime if the verual tendered against him in the criuiU ai court In carried out William Fromandl Deed eoIII top Ky Oct 281 ivr I eats of William Fronmnili l a telegram from San Francisco siano that hf hail died of tub rcil FII maniJi was siin in the r c r- uoU saw Ejivuo iii hj 1hi J I J r r I r r I I J J I r r II J J I r J J r I I I I I r II II r I I r I I II I I I r IH 1 Eastern Kentucky News No correspondecce published u1ea1 aigned 1n fan by tile writer Tile erne la Dot for pnbUcatloe blat al ID evidence or good faith Write plainly I I I I t t tit I I t t t t r r r r r r r r r r I r r r MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Oct SORev James Parsons fill cd his regular appointment at the Baptist Church Saturday and Su- ulayMr Roy Hudson was thu guest of his uncle Frank Hayes and family of Boron Saturday night of last weokMr L C Powell attend ed court at Lancaster Monday week Misses Bertha and Nina Ogg of Neodraore were the guests of Miss Dora Hudson SaturdaynightMiss Alma Lakes formerly of this place who is teaching school at Mallory Springs visited home folks Sunday Mr Lewis Sandlin and wife of Panola visited friends hero last weekMr Jim Jones and wife visit od Mr and Mrs W P Bicknell of Berea SundayJ C Sadlin and family expect to leave for Hamilto- nI soonMr Will Ogg has malarial fever againMr W P Sand tin made a business trip to Lexington last Monday Ho fell from a street car and was badly hurt He was taken to Mr Curt Kindreds where he is now under treatmentMr- Tim Lakes and family Jim Hudson and wife left Monday for Lexington NebMisses Clara and Myrtic Winkler were the guests of Miss i Nannie Kindred Saturday night Mrs Sallie Martin of Jackson County was called to her daughters last Friday to see the latters baby who had pneumonia fever The baby is better nowMr Curt Beugo of Ohio was here last week on a business tripMiss Spicie Adams of Kingston was visiting Mis Della Foster last week HICKORY PLAINS Oct 27Mrs Reed Cornelision nd children of Bybeetown visited er mother Mrs Emily Barker last week Berdio Norvel is improving greatly being able to walk around the house nowMr and Mrs Sherman Settle of Kingston spent Sunday with Mrs Settles parents Mr and Mrs Harrison Kinnard Miss Ber tha Johnson returned recently from an extended visit at the home of her sister Mrs Nettie Baker of Indian apolis Ind Misses Ida and Lizzie Maupin visited relatives at Whites Station last weekSallie Pearl the little daughter of Walter Tisdale at Whites Station is very low with brain feverHenry Baker of Lex ington spent a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Irvine Baker The people have nearly finished their sorghum making in this vicin ity JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Oct 28Cooland rainy weather People of this vicinity are about through making good old lasses Nathan Pearson made about one hundredand seventyfive gallons of of sorghum Anyone wishing molas sea call on himMr Pennington Judge of Laurel county passed through here yesterday en route to Berea The Needmore Association that was held at Cloverbottom last Friday and Saturday week will be held at this place next year Quite j a number attended church at this place Sunday They will begin building a church house here in the near future The lumber to build it i is now on the site Sherman Dur ham who was thought to have en listed in the United States army re turned home last Saturday without a i uniform or discharge so itssupposed ho has not been in the war He says there isnt any uniform furnished for the county in which he was ex cepting overalls and ho had them all right enough and the reason he didnt get a discharge was that the man who wrote them was absent i when he left Nathan Williams and family will in the near future leave for Illinois where they expect to make their home James Williams gave the young folks of this place a big bean hulling last Saturday night at which it is reported that a half gallon of beans were hulledLewis McGuire and Jim Durham Crippled Jim have bought David Durhams interest in the shingle machine here and are going into the shingle busi ness in earnest Jim DurhamCrook ed Toed Jim writes that he is getting along nicely with his school at Wind OaveMiSR Cora Berkley and brother of Red House attended the Needmore Association at Cloverbot tomMrs Riddle Durham and son Edward are gone on an extended visit to Lancaster EVERGREEN Qct 20Everythingseems to be on thQ rise in this community I Downfalls seem to bo impossible Mule colts are selling from 20 to 4760The social at Mr Henry Callahans was attended by a large crowd Mr Geo Sparks animated the gay spirits of those in attendance by tunes on the banjoManyof j I the boys attended meeting at Pleas ant Hill Sunday John Lookout Witt is staying with Mr F C Jones The marshals are doing goodwork in this vicinity now They broko up two stills and captured two persons making liquor We hope the liquor traffic in this community may be eradicated Miss Allio Drew and Miss Allio Sparks contemplate going to Mammoth Cave in a few days Mr Grovor Drew has been on the invalid list since ho attended meet ing at Pleasant Hill last Sunday but wo hope that he will soon recov orMr T J Lake is making plenty of money logging at presentPine Grove school is progressing very nicely We have a good singing class and learn a now song or two every few daysIVo ore proud to placeILake as superintendentDRIP Oct 30We have beou having some heavy rains and tho streams are swollen quite a lotThe tie and stave men are hustling up and down the streams floating out ties and stavesMr Dean of Louisville one of the Ohio Jr Dean Tie Company was in our vicinity lost week tatting up tiesMr Jay Richardson is back from Owsloy county Rev James Parsons filled his usual appointment Saturday and Sunday There was quite a number of people from Station Camp attending church at this place Sunday Among the ladies who at tended were Miss Mollie Gabbard Vinio and Eda FowlerMiss Anne Kelleyspent Saturday and Sunday in IrvineCash Russell is going to school and says ho will run for United States Senator somo sweet day Hurrah for CushlP G Logs don is preparing to build a now house on his farm which he has recently purchased on Red LickcreekSupt Clarence Miller of Estill county was in our midst Sunday There was a number of traveling men at this place last weekAll of the Union soldiers in this part of the county met on Saturday and organ ized a Grand Army outpost of the Captain James West Post in Beroa Last County Court day at McKee A H Williams of Alcorn Ky cheered the speakers in behalf of Log Cabin He then thought it a sin to vote for a bolter Only yesterday he was at this place olection coring for a bolter candidate for Justice of the Peace The voters hero aro surprised at so strong a Repub lican as Mr Williams leaving his party Turner Kelley is doing a hustling business now Mr Kelley Is one among our many good citizens TL C Fowler and B Lyttlo of this place have purchased 11 saw millon Red Lick creek Married on the 20th inst Mr William C Webb and I Miss Sarah Cox May their joys be broadas the sea and their sorrows light as its foamIOct 30 Several rainy days last week left plenty of mud in the roadsI Died on Thursday night October 26th the infant child of Mr Thomas Pendergrass It was buried in the old family burying grounds on Bear CreekTho Teachers Association at Flanerys Mission was very suc cessful Most all of the teachers re spondedwith something good to say Dinner was served on the grounds And in tho afternoon the Boonovillo Base Ball Team came out and played the Bush Crook Team a game of Ball Mrs Mayme Isaacs is very low at this writingHenry Winn is erecting a new residence on Betty Bow man Branch S P Clark is con tractorCandidates aro very plenti ful now But we hope they will leave Mountain Dew out of tho electioneering and not try to influence voters with tho vile stulfMr James Lyons of Bcattyville had a fine horse die of colic at James Flanerys home on last Friday night Misses Flora and Rose Cawood visited White Oak Saturday nigh- tlastA great stock sale was hold at Jeattyvllle Ky on the fourth Monday and will continue to be hold on every fourth Monday hereafter under the auspices of tho Commercial ClubIf the Gabbard correspondent- put the suggestion in form of a motion That Mr Hacker have his too amputated wo second it hearti ly Or that the too have Mr Hacker amputated and decently buried DISBAND Oct 28 Candidates are hustling now fpr the election is close at hand Wm Huff has three children that are very sick this week The doctor seems to think it to be scarlet fever J K Gabbard is out electioneering and has been for some time C B Gabbard was at Boouoville WednesdayHenry Gabbard was on Cow Creek lust Sunday He seems to bo very popular with tho girls for Sunday night he brought A large crowd with him to meeting at this place John Brewer nominated as County Judge of this county passed through here this weekDr Mc Donald of Danville hold meeting nt this place Sunday night Monday and Tuesday Miss Cort of Cort laud was with him Ho is n wonder ful preacher and has benefited this place very much His plans are to build n church hero ns soon as possi ble He took in live members the last meeting na members of tho Presbyterian church We would be very glnd if there could be a church built at this place for it would help the people HO muchRICETOWN Oct 2SWe have been having pjouty of ruin in this locality this week Work is being carried ou on a largo scale getting tho tram road built at this place and getting ready to have ties sawedlI H Rico is otit electioneering this week Ills opponent M Neely was also through horeT1J Gabbard nominee for Representative from this district recently made a trip to Manchester Clay county for tho purpose of making a political speech in of tho Republican pndyH C Mason and lire Harrison visited friends and relatives ou Middle Fork Saturday and Sunday CLAY COUNTY- ICE CLIFF Oct 80 Married Miss Belle Sizemoro to Taylor Asher of Spring Creek KHov Mr Jackson is building a new houso Letoher Size more Jr and wife of Endor have been visiting Mr Sizomoros parents Mr and Mrs J P Sizemore Thos A Bird of Big Creek with his as sistant W B Foltuor is sunlir gland at this place ChostnuU and acorns aro plentiful hero and hoga nro getting fat in tine woods This moons a great saving of cornBurn to tho wife of G B Keith a ten pound girlFolix Jackson who had been ill for seine time went to Pine ville to consult a doctor and on being told that he could not bo cured died suddenly Ho was brought home and buried tho uoxt dayr and Mrs Chins Woods with their little son are visiting Mr and Mrs Arthur Sizemore this week Mr ami Mrs Woods are from Shell Ky Several of the folks leave gone to tho annual meeting of the Christian church nt nook IIll1D FSizomore has gone to Bell county to do some logging Rev Noah Smith of Boll county preached at our schoolhouso Saturday nnd Sunday Joseph Dolph is build ing a new barn Arthur Sizemore postmaster has on exhibition an ear of corn which measures fifteen Inches and ho says it is oily a fair sample of what his whole crop isMiss Clarkston has quit her school at Upper Redbird and guile to her home at Sidell K- yBowel TroubleIs sign that your diges I tive organs are oyer- workedI burdened In a Itate- ofrebeJlloo Itiaaserl 001 coed tion and U ne lccted I will result In compliCAtions ot the gravest character Death not infrequently ensues as the penalty for thinking that the trouble ill correct Itself and disappear ness isted I conditiondontinvitonearest druggist and buy a bottle of I Dr CaldwellsLaxaN Syrup PepsinIt Is the safest qulckest and most effective remedy in the word for all bowel and stomach troubles pleas ant powerful and penetrating andInstantlyThe confined gases are released for affectodlocalityDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN balfdollar ItdoesYour postal card request will brieaby nhJtI SnooKwonderfulremedy PEPSIN SYRUP CO Moetloello Illlaola J For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY Farm for Sale Farm of 45 acres five room house good barn and outbuildings About ton acres in timber all of tho balance in grass good wttler for houso and stock everlasting good orchard and small fruits Near schoolchurch and postoffice good mills and bank within one mile This property can be bought right Call on or address J R CORNELISON Madison Co Waco Ky I KentuckyStatc News Items r WILLARD BANK ROBBERY Two or the Alleged Cracksmen Are Dangerously Wounded Rlverton Ky Nov 1AS a result ot the work of the posse which took up the trail of tho men who tried to blow up and rob tho Wlllard bank two of tho alleged cracksmen are now hero dangerously wounded and the searching party is on tho trail of the other four Tho wounded men gavo their names as 0 E Smith of Plum street Cin clnnatl and J W Wood of Vinconne Ind Smith is wounded In the abdo mon and Wood In tho breast Rovol vora and Winchester rifles wore brought speedily Into action when the posse camo upon tho fugitives Tues day afternoon and a lively battle ensues Two of tho men foil to the ground the others succeeding In mak roomlng1Itho second In ten days Tho six moo surprised bound and gagged UK watchman but tho explosions alarmed tho town and the robbers were compelled to flee before getting any booty MINE OWNERS TO MEET Practically Every Colliery In the Stat Will Be Represented Louisville Ky Nov 1Operators and mine owners of practically every coal mine In Kentucky will meet In this city November 15 to take ACtion on the EschTownsond bill which will again bo considered by congress at its coming session Tho object of the meeting which was called by Hyw Davtesof Knoxville Tenn will bo to present a petition to President Rooso volt and tho interstate commerce com raittee of congress declaring against the measure A similar meeting wil bo held In Knoxvlllo on tho day fol lowing tho meeting In this city when a like petition will bo signed by Ton nesseo operators Under the present adjustment of rates Kentucky and Tennessee mines compote successfully with Indiana Alabama Pennsylvania and Wost Virginia coal folds Their owners say that the passage of Uio EsohTownsend bill will restrict their market to Kentucky and Tennessee DIED IN A FEW MINUTES The Bullet Went Through the Body of Brantly Smith Pinovllle Ky Nov 1 Anthony roughton expoUceman of this city shot Urantly Smith near Martin restaurant Broughton was standing in the door of Martins restaurant when Smith mado a motion as If to draw his Jatol and Broughton thinking ho was going to draw a weapon draw his re volver and fired the ball penetrating his body just below tho ribs in the right side coming out directly above his hips Ho was carried on a cot to- ono of the hotels near by wfaero bo died In a short time Smith and Broughton It is said had been drink leg Broughton after bo bad shot Smith went back Into tho restaurant and gave himself up to Jailor Van Ve- nTS Tho mon had a difficulty soma time ago Broughton who is a brother- to E H Broughton of this city and who Is circuit court clerk Is also ol this city Broughton resigned his post u policeman a short time ago An Insurance Decision Frankfort Ky Nov IIn the case CIt the Masonic L4to Insurance Oa of Western Now York vs Pollards guar Han tho court of appeals decided that whore a perfectly sane man com melts suicide tho insurance company can not be forced to pay It the policy has the usual antisuioldo clause In tt Independent Quits the Race Campton Ky Nov 1Rov C A fcQulnn a preacher of tho M ac- hurch who announced as an lade pendent candidate for county Judge has withdrawn from tho race leaving the race between Judge O T Center the democratic nominee and Ira O rofltt tbo republican Stabbed In the Back Owingsvlllo Ky Nov IAt lien tricks schoolhouse this county Jas ratnndlngham and Lacoy Sorroll quar rolod over religion and Volandingham It Is alleged stabbed Sorrel in the back with a knife badly wounding him Doth are under 1C years ot age He Escaped the Gallows Paducah Ky Nov ITho death sentence recently passed upon James Izoll of Mayfield at Unlontown Pa for tho murder of William Porter will bo commuted to a life sentence In the lonltentlary and tho Kentucky boy will escape tho gallows A Swiss Settlement ShoJbyvllle Ky Nov 1Tbo Shelby County Colonization Co recently organized to secure a desirable class of foreigners to supplant colored la bon has settled 25 Swiss on the 300 acre tract of land purchased a mllo west of this place Death of Jefferson Harp Lexington Ky Nov 1 Jefferson Harp a widely known citizen of this county died at Iris homo on the Mays vile pike eight miles from this city He was 78 years old and was born and spent hIs life on the farm whore lie died A Fatal Street Duel Catlottsburg Ky Nov IJacobC- rother a woll known man of this community was shot to death In a street duel with Policeman John Tip ton hero The pqllooman bad otnwtt sf dog TKJl M Pig 4 Furniture is a Necessity KYo must have it to make your home room look and feel i for the winter There comfortableitime to buy than now the need things you i ingroom and Parlor Furniture BedIIroom Suites Desks Carpets Shades Pictures i LOUIS 0 etci I Next to the Mill l Phone 93 s BereaCollegeFOUNDED PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OP ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo yenta Course with agriculture for young mon and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing twuI yearsNORMAL COURSES For teachers Throo courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate mid State Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Pour years fitting for College for business and for life COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Revel Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to bolnl1 who will help thmiiHolvwi toward a Christian education Our instruction is n free gift Students a ainnll incidental few to meet expenses of the school apart from iuotructlon and must also pay for board in advance Kxjxmswi fur fall term of 14 weeks may bo brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall tone opened September 13 Tho School is endoreod by Baptist Christians Disciples Cotigrega tlonulistM Methodists Presbyterian and growl people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky GREAT CENTRAL r it5IIthe uargHteC ct L The Michigan Line Rleolrio Lighted Trains All Now t- oTOLDDOANIt DETROITTIIISWOII Charlevoix Petoskey Bay View Wequetonsing Harbor Springs Cheap Homeseokera rates to points in the West and South Innire of C II t D agents for full purlieu lure or address D G EDWARDS P T M US A In dence us all We 11 plain La Co MonumentsURNS STATUARY and Monumental ofall kluda In a workman like at reasonable pricey still dispatch All our la guaranteed I i of and Cellin CincinnatiPAINFUL PERIODS II Life often seems too long to woman who suf I fers from painful periods The down headache backache leucorrhea nervousnessi dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take neofr4UIWomans quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches blood strengthens constitution and cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in X100 bottles WRITE LETTER freely and frankly strMest confi telling your symptoms and troubles will send trrudvlce sealed envelope Address dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medldne Chattanooga Tenn DR MOFFETT3 TEETHING POWDEUj orGranite Marble work douo manner with work Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Conner Main Streets the Relief- It the the permanently I SUFFERED GREATLY wines Mrs L f Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my lire but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than I have been for a long time IDIarrhoeaBowel TrouWw of Children I Sfny Regulates Jtge the Bowelsskesrglh Aids DIJ IfIIeN the Child and TEETHINI MAKIiI tests hly 25iat Drutst It mail 25c te C J MOFffiIT M J 5t i1111 ML Mother I Hesitate no longer but save the health anal llfo ar your child as thousands have done by giving th fopewttt TCCrHINA ls easily given and UICdY counteracts and ever emes the oKect ef the mmmer a heatumen toothing ehHtroit