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Digital page images are linked to the text file. +tH4IIt1III 1I1IftMI BEREA PUBLISHING CO i1 L E TOPPER Manager T Rhla d al the Jotbo04r of JJerea liu ntwond rlau nait italic1 HHlHiii IMHHM HHH JIVOL VII Five contn a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1905 One dollar n year NO21 IDEAS 14 To live content with Binall means to Beck elegance rather than luxury amid refinement rather than fashion j to ho worthy not respectable nnd wealthy not rich to study hard thinktiuiotfy talk gently net frank to stars and birds to u opuuheartbravely await occasions hurry nevor in n word to let the spiritual min- bidden und uncouHoiouH grow up through the common this is to ho my symphony William Hoary dimming IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Irlnco Louis of Battonborifa RcarAdmiral in the in visiting this country and receiving tho welcome and attention that bouts a representative of tho mother country Tho is one whom both the nation and its citizens can wol como nnd entertain without nay strain upon their self respeot sofno thing that is not always trtio of visit ing royalties Despite time frantic elTorlH of rail road owners and United Stales Benatora tho tale question will not down And it looks to ono who is on tho outside that it would bo wis dorm on the part of those who Ixiliovo in tho private ownership of railroads not to contest this point too far lost n now cry INI raised that of Govern ment ownership of the transportation facilities of tho country William Astor nou of William Waldorf Astor wn uompellml to pay 2 alien tax boforo being allowed tn laud in Now York last week It will be romotnlxired that William Waldorf in a mOil of whom this country is not worthy and wino trans forred his nlloginncu and his good American dollars inherited from time old furtrader to ISnglnnd The 2 tax will not hurt his son any but it must bo n littlo galling to realize how thoroughly ho hM expatriated himself Governor Folk of Missouri is spooking in the Ohio campaign At Cleveland lust week Friday ho said among other things Tim moral awakening that is now swooping the country is simply the patriotism that comen from limo hearts of the peojiloj a deleruiiuution to stamp wit tho I I things of dishonor In publio life Rllll the things that oppress in privnlo lifo e e e A now standard has beau established now yet old just lion esty that is all Senator Burrows of Michigan tho chairman of tho Sonata committee on privilegus and elections Hays that ho uxpvots to have tho base of Senator Itevd Smoot of Utah disposed of boforo tho torn ends though tho committoo is willing to hoar further testimony if It is offered It may bo necessary to explain that Hued Smoot Is tho man whose seat was con U ted on tho ground that on n member of tho Mormon hierarchy ho could not properly hold government ollico It might be well to hove the ease deotd od before tho parties die or bolero the grounds of tho contest are forgot ton THE WIDE WORLD IIscrlORof millitary maneuvers by II tho now Chinese army shows it is said that remarkable progress has been mode by these to whom tho militnryjstill a lack in generalship and in some branches of tho service but the f control of the troops and oteadiuofls of discipline exhibited drew forth the unstinted pruiso of tho attaches pres emit The Czars manifesto granting a constitution and other reforms to tho groatdisfirbauees than pcncu Tho majority of tutu strikers seem to have resumed work but tho extreme socialists have continued tho agitation in tho hopes of tiioyhavemilitary demonstration by tho author sties has produced quiet around St Petersburg sold Moscow but in tho EmpIrothereces It is said of the sporting English snysItkill something It would seem from tho conduct of tho average Rus sian that his instinct upon n timo of rejoicing is to kill n Jow In Odessa it is said over DOOO Jews have been platoinTho Venzuelan government has signified to Mr Russell the Amen can minister its willingness to resume amicable relations with tho French government upon certain conditions President Castro stems to bo tho vie arbitrarydespot h Tim CITIZEN STATE ELECTIONS Mayor McClellan Democrat Was HeElected in Greater Now Majorityi DISTRICT ATTORNEY JEROME WON Proposed Amendment to Disfranchise tho Colored Votes In Maryland Defeated by a Good Majority In Ohio ihe Vote For Governor Wif Coos the Two Leading Parties Clalmlnr the Election Edward J Dempsey Democrat Elected Mayor of Cincinnati and Geo D Cox Leader For 25 Years Retires From Politic NEW YORK New Yark Nov I Returns to midnight Imltatt that Qwrgr II McClelI n dem la raUatad mayer of New York by be iwen Se JO and 4vnno plurality ever W It llmrct municipal ownership and that vuitara T 4 MMti lrHtpn r t liretotati dl lrtct attorney br alxwt SOOC ever James W Onborna elem At mWnlHlu Mr Hearit dcolln to admit Ma drfaat and deetarwd his Intention Ie eonlMt the vUfttlen At that time returns from Ml eUotlon dl trlti had not ban rerivd MoCUIlan had XCW UMM Mfc m And Ivan MOJM votes TIM Mtewinir abatement Will sued at mldntght by W It Itearat Ke have won this election All Tam many frauds all Tammany eorrup tton all Tammany Intimidation and vlo IMW all TkmrtHinyA fate registration Utegal voting and 4ttxHt ft count have not ba able to overcome A great popular majority The recount will ihow that wa have won tbe electton by many thou wad of vetee 1 halt flght this battle to the end In twtalf ot the people who have east Iboir volra far me and who shall not bo MffraMhtovd by say effort of criminal bama WILLIAM IIANDOLIII IIBAR8T- lt4urna at 1K a m are complete In drealar New York In the mayoralty can tNt wHh l be exception of II Itotlan dM lr U tatter c through the oity The- vale oa bees returns giv 8 UeClellan dart Mali IlNrat manlHpa ownership ML11T1 IvlM Np Utltr a plurality for MeCJellan of SIH With 15 twUon dtotrioti mlulng In Manhattan the vote waa Mss 3elkn 1U Itt Iloarat mtn I vtna WfiW giving McCMtan a plurality of Itm- In for horouoh of Brooklyn with II tartla district mlaainf iloCMtan has ttjm Ileartt BiM vole a patrol plurality of IB vibes and In lUduMTMl UeCtalhtB wen by J9M votes the baraagM eoMptoUi I OHIO anataMtl NOT tOeorao B Cox the weAh4Mw refMbHcan leader cW out the tollowtng uil mvnl wttbdnkwlar tmactive ervteo I the republican party Now that the rtartlon ia over and the peopi kve ulimlnxi their prt rents tar dty county and state offlrlata nnd I atncrrvly triad they have Mtocted vilely I wtahto announce to tile puMta that rem this liar after ti years at active series IB the tanks at the reiNilincaM party my posses etlrlly In polHloa hall reuse- I wMI callow le vole the republican tt he but olhvr mel bear the bllrdP- njt firtare eampalgn To the local rfJIlb raBlMUon and tile many frl li have Mood with UtI In the past I tnai grateful thanks far their un swerving loyalty awl aupport I hope for their tutor good will Ileipcetfuily yours OKOItOB B COX HamHlAB eounty gives Hurrlak tor gop roor a pluraMty of about 1600 Bdward J Dtmpeey dom for mayor defeated Harry U CJorUmi rp by a plurality of demichose a governor and various slate om Nfl bet It II ItniMMMlble to give n post- tlve statement of the winner although the chances seam to favor John M Pay son detn Only Ill of the over 4271 pre etnet IB the state have been liennl from giving Unrrlek K068 and Iattunn tUII In the big cities the demoeralia gains thus far average 13 per preenot while the gulp theae elutes nveraera only 31 to the precinct Bttlmdtlnjr the remaining precinct at the same ratio Ptftllton will be nearly 48019 short of the JJMOOO republican plurality of lest year with whleh coniiari son are made Ittporte of estimated county nlurulltle thus far received imply ladlonto hat that the result will be close with nothing rf fliiltc enough to chow which way the vtitiry will fall nit mklHlBht Chairman Iek gave out tint following eUtemenr Tha fleetcn rtturiMt are fragmentarj ind inXRr at thus hour delay being due to the Urge number ef candidate and a Knktt dent pf local ticket scratching Vhllj It Ic- anet practicable as yet to npnroxlmat Hitrite flgure Indication dearly point tn time reelection of Gov Herrick old the tntlre rei ubllran Mtnte ticket by Wfe piuRlltle CIIAnLUd DLC1 Chuirmnn At 1 oclock Chairman Gerber raid that ht would not Rive out any formU stain nirnt at this time but that from the re nortm which had reached him he coneld- erel the lMtln of IatlUon nnd the rum tfo tlenlacramo ticket awmU lie rail he believed that Fattleoan plurality yould approximate 9000 the agurra he h It pawn In his preelection entlmiiit AM tr the legislature ho Raid that ho oounUtl on a large democrulo nmorlty In boll houses The State Journal tins estimated plural Itlea from fla out of the SO counties In the slate slowing a net plurality of KM for Heirlqk for governor The republican plumlltlea are 310JO and the democratic plurolllKvi 30800 KENTUCKY Loulivllln Ky Nov LOne hundred and fortytwo precincta out of JS4 In the city of Louisville give Paul C IlartK tem nominee for mayor 15317 and ONeal fusion 12973 norths plurality dueiclose epees will not be obtainable until WtnlncHdny but the present Indications arc that the fuslonlsts may elect n county Judge and one legislator In Louisville ami Jefferson county with another legis salve race In doubt Charges of exten sive frauds are made by the fustonlsts against tho democratic admlnlitratloo woUl fui1AllGLAlipllllll9lhate tit tray lie Tale In the court Several clashes occurred during the day two pit litical workers receiving slight pistol hleludlIevlllalElections were held In the state for 1O seats tn the legislature but returns have I thus far been reelved from only M dis tricts Including the elty of Louisville The democrats elected 38 legislators the republicans three and one race Is doubt ful Tills shows a democratic loss of ono legislator compared with the rshirn tram the same district two year ago Tho completion of the leglalnlur will be practically unchanged and the demo crate will have a good working majority with which to cheese a successor to United States Senator J C B Black burn INDIANA Indianapolis Ind Nov 8 Tleturtu from K cities In Indiana Indicate that the republicans lave been victorious In S9 and the democrats In SO Tickets noses hinted by the people and citizen or ganisations carried In ten munlrtpmH ties The elections In many cities developed urprlses chief among whleh wee the- defeat of the republican ticket st lev ansvtlle and Itlchmoml In tile latter city the democrat will be In power for the nut time In SO years Mayor INdo man candidate for reelection on the fpublican ticket at Terre Haute wu de feated by James M Lyons dm who conducted his campaign en the Issue att municipal ownership With tho oxiMplJM of clerk and one counullman the entice democratic ticket was elected at I fay ette Indications are that the repuUHe an candidate for mayor at Muncie will be elected At Fort Wayne the democratic candi date for mayor was elected The repub lican elected S of H councilmen There was much cratclilng and In mossy cuss party lines were obliterated by local issues The election of former Charles A Dookwalter as mayor ot ndiaaapsltd Is conceded At It oclock Tuesday night the returns from Ml at 318 prertnot give ttookwalter rep X71I candidate for rHltlop 2UT1 BookwaI ters plurality 1K8 MARYLAND Baltimore Md Nov STho eleotlan U Maryland was for a state controller leg Islaturo and county ofncer and In Jteltl more for a judge of the supreme curt sheriff city clerk and surveyor The Is sue which engrossed popular attention was a proposed constitutional amend ment the avowed purpose of which WM to disfranchise negro voter but whisk aroused widespread opposition ameIW many democrats and foreign voters r both parties The returns so far received bowevtfr make certain the defeat of Ihe proposed constitutional amendment by a dMHlve majority of MOOO or more and very pnsb able the election of McCullouch repi state controller over Atkinson darn and the election of republicans In three sot of tour of the city Irgtslatlve districts The republican oandldates for sheriff eRr court clerk and city curveyor In nItImore are also elected Chief Judge H Ian dem Is reelected by WOOO majority The republicans had not nominated a I candidate against Judge Harlan though theta yes AMBr dldate ffie pomfcaT cempfexlon of next legislature Is uncertain and will not be known until the ofllolal count has been completed wILLINOIS Chicago Nov 8The republicans made a dean sweep of the election In Chicago and Cook county electing all of their candidates with the exception of one man The sole democrat to rweh the premised land was Webb a candidate for trustee of the sanitary district The republicans elected four jadna of the superior court by pluralities ranging from SHOW to xi5k1 one judgo to All a vacancy on the bench of the mp rlor court by a plurality of about 1CQ9 a judge hllOUtLoad to 5000 A strong tight was waged for the presidency of the board of true I tees between MoCormlck time republican candidate and Wenter the democratic nominee McCormick was BUcconTuI by 1001 8l Wenlr tailed to gain a psu lion as a member of the board bylst- least 1000 votes An election for congressman was held In the 14th district to flll the vacancy caused by tho death of the late B K Marsh James McKlnney rep of Alrdo was elected by 4600 over J Howard Pates of Monmouth dem About halt of the usual vote was east NEW JlRSEY Trenton N J Nov IThe election In New Jersey Increased the republican held upon the state legislature and makes It Impossible that A democrat should suc reed United States Senator John V Dry den In 1907 In the state senate the re publloans made n gain of three electing republicans front Gloucester Salem and Somerset counties which for the lost three years have had democratic lena tore Only four of the II state senators will be democrats Colby the IndtIn ntrepubUoal1 tA- I Buts eounty whOM tight against the machine of his party attracted wide In crest was swept Into olllce by a majority which may not be less than 19000 and It may go over that He carried IIIe ticket through with him The republican wave swept Into Jersey City again and Mayor Pagan who Is an Independent republican of the Colby stripe was again elected and carried his ticket through with him MASSACHUSETTS Nov LLiut Qov Curtis Illoston of Boston the republican can elected governor of Mesr In the state election by a plu rality of 39436 over den Charles W Bart felt of Boston the democratic candidate For the second plaee on the ticket for which there was an unusually warm eon test Eben S Draper of Hopedale the republican candidate won over Henry M Whitney of Brookline his democratic op ponent and tho leading advocate for ree iprocity by a plurality of 3942 The total vote for the two leading candidates was Governor Guild rep 208531 Bartlett dem 174399 Lieutenant Governor Dra per rep 13IB34 Whitney dem 1SOSSS The republicans also elected seven of the eight member of the executive council and the usual large majority In both branches of the legislature VIRGINIA Richmond Vo Nov BThe democratic majority In the state will be about 10000 The republicans have u representation In the present legislature on joint ballot of about 16 In the next legislature they will apparently have about X The vote has been much smaller than usual though the weather was fair everywhere In Richmond of a total vote of about 7000 only about 3600 were polled The demoeratlo majority hUll will be about IHA PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Nbv State treasurer was the only state offloe for which there was s contest at the election In Pennsyl vania Judge John Stewart an appointee at Gov Pemtypaeker was rt ted os odntf judge at tIte supreme otmrt for the full term of n year President Judge Cnariis B Rico sad Judges Oeerge B Orlfuly end Jame 4 Heaver of the su perior curt wore elected for a term of ten wirs John B lead dim WH also 111 uperii r court judge to tueeeed memII Mon City Party chatimHB Bdmgnda sent the following telegram to President noOM eeltPhilsdelphla hal riaen to its opportu dty and stands redeemed TIN nttaelBle A honesty in g vernmat so eatoMtvelX Qvpouved by you has won an everwhel- aptostmatuTo Secretary Boot the MIowM waa teiwraphed The maquers4e la over The erlml HU sad cormpt oomblnatton has been rhren from power by tile righteous In lynaUon of a grist republican oily We lave Wy begun Our thanks to you for jPdw eplendtd aid Philadelphia use bean swept by the re tarm movement the city party ticket1 phauXtyWithwr4 to the guy had been counted up- to mMatfltat enough U known of the ro Mt to the remaining wards to indicate late defeat of tha republican local ticket br from trI OBF to 7MIU Plurality Tb victory of ties city pUt oarrM with It tile niceties of U Barry u democratic and reform caitdldaU for Mete treasures JerLca Plummer tho re ubllcan candtdat for that ofllea alai I badly cut throughout tile dty mad state and he b1 tat his own aunty which is usually republican The result his very appearnnee of s lee for reform not nly IB Phltex detphla but throughout tM dote Estimates from poaatWy erery oooaty In the state Indicate tie etoetton of Barr darn for state treasurer by from 7410 to 1e1e9 plurality returns will probably lacrosse the flgvre INEBRASKABetwrta from Lincoln Inclu ve rep judge 14KS Hastings fusion 5411 LetUss j plurality JJM The returns do not mate rially differ from there two years age- ndieating rcpubU ma plurality In state Of to 120W riRHODE ISLAND Providence It I Nov LA heavy poll tXor tile repwbnean candMatM for oble IJSnxecutlve Gov George It Utter which j exported to give Mm a plurality of at least S099 over the democratto nomInee I uric P Oarvtn was the feature of the Mate election Tuesday f HOME FOR OLD MEN Chicago Will Have the Largest and Most Generously Endowed One Chicago NOT 8 Chicago will have endowedtletb previsions of the will of James C 1 BfjiK a wealtby merchant who died a raw days ate Is carried into effect The estate amounts to 3000000 and after the payment of bequests of 3100 090 to his widow 600000 to numerous relatir end 0000 to sight char ltable Institutions In Chicago and hoe pltal in Pasadena Oil the balance of the estate la left IUI an endowment for a home for old men Other bequests Includ 50000 to a bookkeeper who had been with Mr King for many yra In addition to the 1MMQ received under tba will the widow who reeent ly married Mr King received 200000 prior to his loath and she may con test the will on tIM ground that the estate IB much larger than she sup posed Itlo be- FOUR MEN KILLED Press House of the Phoenix Powder Works Exploded Belleville IlL Nov 8Iho press bongo of the Phoenix powder works at Ihoaiilxrtll a fete miles from here exploded MlUng four men Sevoral lolHSrs were Ialuredeorrrr MURDER OR SUICIDE Dead Body of Lucien Eckhardt Found In An Alley St LOOK Nov slhit dead body yearsij bad fleas IttoL Naur him Jny his own containediBoitbanlt and Mtaa Burns wero to have been taarrisd November 23 and be departed from h home Monday i night In the bt spirits Soon after four pistol shots were heard Later his dood body WM found The police are ou aTorlng to dls ooxQr whether IBckhanlt committed suicide or was owacs4natod American Party Won Suit Lako Nov 81ho American party of which former United States Sonator Thomas Kearns Is a leader elected Bsra Thompson mayor after a bitter campaign In which oppotdtiou to the Mormon church was tho solo Issue No Election In Iowa Dos Molnee la Nov 8For tho I first tlmo In 00 years November U i pacing without a general election In nmendIelected this yonr an oSctra V2 months Vote on the Constitution IThe City Okla Nov 8A thoIthat tho total vote on tho Sopoyah outIC HH If 111 I HIHHM of A Family Newspaper Eight Pages JoI OOIOIUrapttew rata MrWITTtAnLnti JtAeTAfaC hhr Sept 14 05 BANKING IS LARGELY a matter of confidenceIt help you and help us to become acquainted We invite you to call at any time You may 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It lent the hire nor lolling from sun to sun That counts In the eyes of them who ucIts how Is tho labor donor As soon as you say Its a dally grind that moment you hate your work That moment the Imp of Indolence shows you how you well may shirk That moment you lose all your grid In tent that moment you ought to quit For the work that you do Is a friend to you while you are a friend to It And once you have culled Ita slavish task and named It the dally grind Tour work Is a snare that will catch your feet and cause you to fall behind My eon when you work you must finish your task you must finish that task alone And work that Is done witha friendly hand will chango to a stepping stone Will carry you over the barring stream or out of the clinging slough And lift you to where you may put your hand on the work that you want to do It will help you along to the heights you seek will bring you unto your goals But when you declare Its the dally grind It will grind you both heart and soul W D N In Chicago Dally Tribune Dri and I By liVING BACHELLER f Author of Eb n Holden Dtrril of the B eased Iilei Etc L ww OopyrUhttlIby Lotlirop PutUiUnc ConpuyJ OJIAPTER XV Drls narrative was the talk of the garrison Those who heard the tell ing as I did not were fond of quoting its odd phrases and of describing how Drl would thrust and parry with his Jackknife in the story ot the bouts Tho mystery of that plunge Into darkness and Invisible water WAS a trial to my nerves the like ot which I had never suffered After they had pulled his lordship out of the grave and I knew there would be no more fighting I began to feel the strain he had put upon me He was not BO strong as Drl but I had never stood before a quicker man Ills blade was as full of life and cunning as a cats paw and ho tired me When I went Wader the water I felt sure it was all over for I was sick and faint I had been thinking of Drl In that quick de scent I wondered Sf he was the man who had got away and gone down the slide I was not the lees amazed how ever to feel his strong hand upon me as I came up I knew nothing for a time Drl has told me often how he tore me up In rapid water until he tame into an eddy whore he could touch bottom There presently I got back my senses and stood leaning on his broad shoulder awhile A wind vas blowing and we could hear a boat jumping In the ripples near by Wo could see nothing It was so dark but Iiri left me feeling his way slowly and soon found tho boat lIe whistled to me and I made my way to him There ware oars In the Bottom ot the boat Drl helped mo in whore I lay bad with a mighty sense of relief Then ho hauled in a rope and anchor end shoved off The boat overrunning the flow In a moment shot away rapidly I could feel It tako headway as we clove the murmuring waters Dr1 set the oars and helped it on I lay awhile thinking of all the blood and horror In that black nightlike a dream of evil that leads through dim regions ot silence Into tho shadow of death I thought of the hinted peril of the slide that was to be the punishment of poor courage Dtl had a plausible theory of the slide He said that If we had clung to the sides of It to break our speed- ed have gone down lUte a plummet and shattered our bonos on a rocky shore Coming fast our bodies leaped far into the nir and fell to deep water How long I lay thero thinking as I rested I have no satisfactory notion Louise and Louleon came into my thoughts and a plan of rescue A rush of cavalry and reeking swords a dash for the boats with a flying horse under each fair lady were In that moving viblon Cut where should we find them for 1 knew not the name of that country out of which we had come by ways of darkness and peril The old imrj came to me If I had to choose between them which should I take There was as much of the old doubt In me as over For a verity I loved them both and would die for either I opined eyes at last and rising my hands upon the gunwales could dimly see the proat shoulders of Drl swaying back und forth as he rowed The coming dawn had shot an arrow Into the great black sphere of night cracking it from circumference to core nnd floods of light shortly came your lag in sweeping down bridges of dark noes gates of gloom and massy walls of shadow We wore In the middle of a broad riferthe St Lawrence we Knew albeit the shores were unfa miliar to either of us The sunlight stuck in the ripples and the breeze fanned them into flowing fire The morning lighted the green hills ot my native land with a mighty splendor A new life and a great Joy camo to me as I filled my lungs with the sweet air Drl pulled into a cove and neither could speak for a little lie turned looking out upon too river and brushed a tear off his brown cheek No use talkln said he In a low tore M the bow hit the shore sin no country luk this un fob care where yo goAs the oars lay ntlll we could hear In tho far Umber a call of fife and drum Listening we heard the faint familiar strains of Yankee Doodle We camo ashore in silence and I hugged the nearest tree and was not ablo to say the Thank God that fell from my lips only half spoken CHAPTER XVI We got our bearings a pair ot boots for Drl and a hearty meal In the cabin of a settler Tho good man was unfa miliar with the upper shore and we got no help in our mystery Starting west in the woods on our way to the harbor eve stopped here and there to listen but heard only woodthrush and partrIdgethe fife and drum of nature That other music had gono out of hearing We had no compass but Drl knew tho forest as a crow knows tho air He knew the language of tho trees and the brooks The feel of the bark and what he called the lean of the timber told him which way was south Iliver and stream had a way of telling him whence they had come and whereithey were going but ha had no understandingof a map I remem ber after we had come to the harbor at duslcand told our story the general asked him to Indicate our landing place and our journey homo on a big map at headquarters brl studied tho map a brief while There was a look of embarrassment on Wa sober face Seems so we come ashore bout here said he dropping the middle finger of his right hand in tho vicinity of Quebec Then we traveled awaaay hellwarda over n this ere direction With that illuminating remark he bad slid bla finger over some 200 leagues of country from Quebec to MichiganThey us with honest joy and no little surprise that evening as wo came Into camp Ten of our comrades had returned but as for ourselves they thought us in for a long stay Wo said little or what wo had gone through outside the small office at AT LUNCHEON WE TALKED OF TilE WAR headquarters but somehow It began to travel passing quickly from mouth to mouth until It got to the newspapers and began to stir the tongue of each raw recruit Gen Drown was there that evening and had for mo as al ways the warm heart of a father Ho heard our report with a kindly sym pathyNext morning I rode away to see tho Comte do Chauraont at Lcraysvllle I had my life and a great reason to be thankful but there were lives dearer than my own to me nnd they were yet in peril Those dear tacos haunted me and filled my sleep with trouble I rode fast reaching the chateau at luncheon time The count was reading In a rustic chair at tho big gate He came running to me his face red with excitement Msleur lo Capitalne he cried my band In both of his I thought you were dead And so I have beendead as a cat drowned In a wolf that turns up again as lively as ever Any news of the baroness and the young ladles A letter cald he Come get off youiborse I shall read to you the letter Toll me how were thoy taken- I 1 was leading my horse and we wore walking through a deep grove Eh blcn I am not able to tell said be shaking his head soberly You re member that morning well I have 20 men there for two days They are armed they surround the Hermitage they keep a good watch The wasp he is very troublesome but they see no soldier They stay they burn the smudge By and by I think there is nothing to fear and I bring thorn home but I leave three men The baroness and tho two girls end their servants they stay awhile to pack the trunk They are coming to the cha teau U is In the evening the coach is at the door the servants have start ed Suddenlythe British I do not know how many They come out of the woods liko a lightning and bang I bang bang they have killed my men They tako the baronosa and tho Misses do Lambert and they drlvo away with them The servants they hear the shots they return they come and they tell us We follow Wo find thus coach It Is in the road by the north trail Dleu they are all gone Wo travel to tho river but here he lifted his shoulders and shook his head dolefully we could do nothing The general may let me go after them with a force of cavalry I said I want you to come with me and toile to himNo no my capitaine said ho It would not be wise We must wait Vo do not know where they are I have friends in Canada they are doing their best and when we hear froor them eh bUn TO shall knoir what la necessary I told him how I bad met them that night In Canada and what came of It They are a cruel people the Eng lish said ho I am afraid to find them will bo a matter of great dim cultThe former called to me as I passed I But the letterAh tho letter he Interrupted feel ing In his pocket Tho letter is not much It is from Tiptoes from Loulson It was mailed this side of the river at Morristown You shall zee they do not know where they aro lIe handed mo tho letter I rend It with an eagerness I could not conceal It went as follows My Dear Count If this letttr reaches you It will I hope relieve your anx iety lYe are alive and well but where lain sure I have no better Idea than If I were a baby just born Wo came here with our eyes covered after A long Ide from the river which we crossed in tho night I think It roust have taken us threo days to come here Wo aro but up In a big house with high walls and trees and gardens around ita beautiful place We have tine beds And everything to eat only we miss the boulllabatsie and the jokes of M Pldgcon and the fine old claret A fat Englishwoman who waddles around like a big goose and who calls me Alumm as It I were a wino maker waits upon us We do not know the name of our host Jle Is a tall man who says little and has hair on his neck and on the back of his hands Dleut ha Is a lord who talks as If he wore too lazy to breathe It Is Your Lordship this and Your Lordship that nut I must speak well of him because he Is going to read this letter It Is on that condition I am permitted to write Therefore I say he Is a great and good man it beau tiful man The baroness and Louise send love to all Madame says do not worry we shall come out all right but I say worry and good man do not cease to worry until we are safe home Tell the cure ho has something to do now I havo worn out mjr rosary and am losing faith Tell him to try his Your affec lIonate LOUISON She Is an odd girl said the count as I gave back the letter so full of fun so happy so bright so quick al ways on her tiptoes Come you are tired you have ridden Jar In tho dust I shall make you glad to bo here A groom took my horse and tho count led me down a wooded slope to the lakeside Octagonal waterhpuses painted white lay floating at anchor near us Ho rowed me to ono of them for a bath Inside was a rug and a table and soap and linen A broad panel on a side of tho floor camas VP as I pulled a cord showing water clear and luminous to the sandy lakebot tom The glow of tho noonday filled the lake to Us shores and In a moment I clove the sunlit depths a rare delight after my long hot ride At luncheon wo talked ot the war and he made much complaint of the northern army as did everybody those daysMy toy said he you should Join Perry on the second lake It is your only chance to fight to win glory He told me then of the impending bittlo and of Perrys great need of men I had read of the sea fighting and longed for a part In It To climb on hostile decks and fight hand to hand was a thing to my fancy Ah well I was young then At the counts table that day I determined to go If I could set leave Thtreso and a young Parlslonne bar friend wore at luncheon with us They bade us adieu and went away for a gal lop as we took cigars We had no sooner left tho dining room than I called for my horse Duo at the Harbor that evening I could give myself no longer to the fine hospitality of the count In a few moments I was bound Ing over the road now cool In deep forest shadows A little way on I overtook Thereso and the Parlslenne drew rein coming wok and stopping beside her The other went on at a walk Meieur le Capitalne have you any news ot themof Louise andl uItonH she Inquired You and my father wore GO busy talking I could not ask you before- I know this only they are in captivity somewhere I cannot tell where You look worried Msleur le Cap italne you have not tho happy faCIe the merry look any longer In Juno you wero a boy In August volla It is a man Perhaps you are preparing for tho ministry She assumed a solemn look glanc ing up at me as If in mockery of my sober face She was a slim fine bru nette who as I knew had long been a confidante of Loulson Alas mamfiollc I am worried I have no longer any peace Do you miss them 1 she Inquired a knowing look in her handsome eyes Do not think me Impertinent More than I miss my mother I said I have a letter said she swlllng I do not knowI thought I shoald show it to you butbut not today Is It from them r It is from Louieon from Tiptoes And and it speaks of meT Ah mBieur said she arching liar brows It hiss Indeed much to say of youAndend may I not MO it I asked eagerly Mamselle I tell yo- uII must see it Wbyr She stirred the mane of her horse with a red ridingwhip Why not 1 I Inquired my heart beating fast If I knew If I were Justified you know I am her friend I know all her secrets Will you not be my friend also I InterruptedA of Ioulson he is mine sheAh mamselle then I confess to youIt Is because I love her- I know It I am no fool was hor answer But I had to hear it from you It is a remarkable thing to do but they are In such peril I think you ought to know Sho took tho letter from her bosom passing it to my hand A faint odor of violets came with it It read My Dear Thereso I wish I could see you If only for an hour I have so murk to say I hate written your father of our prison nome I am going tn write rel H y troubles You know what we were talking about the last time 1 saw 1umyself and that handsome fellow don Dleu I shall not name him It Is not mydearwarning I did not know tho meaning of that delicious pain But oh my frleod It has become a terrible thing since I lltyheartI can no longer laugh or jest or pretend to be happy What shall I say That I lind rather die than live without him No that Is not enough I had rather be all old maid and live only with tha thought of him than marry another If he were a king I remember those words mydearto me now I repeat them often If I couM only say I know I Alas I can but say I do not know nay oven I do not believe It I had not been a fool I should have made him tell me for I had him over his ears in love with me one day or I am no judge of a man Hut you mow they are so tickle And then the Yankee girls are pretty and so clover Well they shall not have him If I can help It When I return there shall be war If necessary between Franc and America And Therese you know I have tho weapons and you have dono me the honor to say I know how to use them I have told Louis and what do you pourfortrouble her own I have been selfish al lovetoujourshim and ho recalls you and your wlet prophettVRheach line praying for happiness for you1 and for him Believe me as ever Your affectionate LOU1BON1 youIPoor thing he will lead this he win tIlermy secrets and if they bore him ha should not read my letters 1 I read It thrice ard hold It for a mo mont to my lips Every word stnpg me with the sweet pain that aflllctM Its bumIIng IIsitewhip and lifting her shoulders Msieur le Capitalne Is never a stupid man Youyou should say something very nice now If It Is Ithank God Her misery t4 my delight her liberation my out purposeAnd my congratulations saId she 3TltaitdbcauQnnd good luck In having your love- I II raised my bat blushing to the roots of my hair It is a pretty compliment I sail Andand I have no gift of speechto- thank you I am not a match for you except in my love of kindness and and of Loulson You have made me happier than I have been before If I havo made you alert Ingenious determined I am content was her answer I know you have courage And will to use It Good luck and adieu sold she with a fine flourish of her whip those people had always a pretty politeness of manner Adieu I said lifting my bat as I rode off with a prick ot tho for- the road was long and I had lost quire halt an hour My elation gave way to sober thought presently I began to think of Louise that quiet frank noble beautiful greathearted girl who might be suffering what trouble I know not and all silently there In her prison home A sadness grew lu me and then laud denly saw the shadow ot groat trouble I loved them both I knew not which I loved tho better Yet this Interview had almost committed me to Loulson To Be Continued LORD BRAMPTONS SPEECH Saved III Client VecU lint Its 11 e crlpllon Wa Not faith till lo the Pact A story with pathetic Interest U told by Lord Brampton In connector with a man whom he defended The man was charged with wife murder and his two children were In court dressed In black and sobbing violently A verdict was given In the prisoners favor But the Interest In the case did not end there says the London Dally Mail On the same evening writes Lord Brampton I was dining at the coun try house ot a Mr Hardcsstlc and near me sat an old Inhabitant of the village where tho tragedy had been oommlUed You made a touching speech Mr Hawkins said the old Inhabitant Well I answered It was the best I could do under tho circumstance Tee he said but I dont think you world have painted the little home in such glowing colors If you had seam what I saw last week when I was driving past the cottage No no I think you would have tuned down i bitrWhat was Itl I naked Why said the old Inhabitant the little children who sobbed so violently In court this morrAt and to whom you made such a pathetic reference gore playing on an nab heap near thotr cottage and they had a poor cat with a string around Its neck swinging backward and forward and as they d4 so they sang This Is the way poor daddy will go This Is the way poor daddy will go Such Mr Hawkins was their aCMalve grief lie Couldnt 1ornet It At school little Charlie being one of the geography class was deeply Interested In learning the points of Ube compass Said tho teacher Yew have in front of you tho north en your right tho east on your left the west What have you behind your After a moments reflection Chants exclaimed A patch on my pants And to mako tho Information more binding Charley continued in a shame faced manner I know youd seo ItJ I told mamma you would =AroeM THE GAME OF POLE KICK 1 I A TRY AT A HIGH rOLB KICK Have you ever tried the sport of pole kicking You all know what pole vault- Ing Is Well polo kicking In oven more exciting and has the double advantage of being now at least In this country although lu England It Is getting to be one of the recognised school sports just like the standing broad and the running high jumps All you need Is a good stout pole which you ore very sure will boor your weight and a wooden dUk with a screw ore In the middle of It a string fastened to tho screw oyo and a friend THE LIVES HIGH animal with the Leng leek Folds It Hard te Graze OmMM anti Lew Doilies Yon cIa always tell giraffe country at a glance said Capt lUn l the big game beater A pleas of lenr bushes or tM buihee or trees at aU le sure not to have My straw la It Always look for low treee with abundant leafage II4t fore you look for the gtraffw No matter bow fertile tlip grow ad aay be or bow full It may be of Age Julry grasses sad other vegetation that would fumtsh abundant food for the glades you wont be likely to fad them ualee there are tree The mason fur this Is that It Is very nearly M hard for a giraffe to brows on the ground as It would be for a man to stoop without getting on hands and knees and pick up from the ground with his mouth There Is no room awkward call jtalnfttl eight Juan to toe out of these boftutlftsl beasts feed ing from the ground It stratAe Its InimeQee forelbss out sMetrays till they look u If they were being stretched like ladle rubber Then It slowly and charily towers Its body Jerking Its taretetv pae o4lcaljr to keqr Its bal sacs That to why a giraffe U not eager to browse on low grolrlag vegetation ClDOlnaetl Tribune C The Carrier Dee You oftna havr heard of carrier pi enlaDd the pert they play In war but bow many toys and girls ever beard of a arrlor bee1 These little honey catheters have such a scale of direction that they ran always Hy straight to their hlvert even from platys they bY4t never vis ited before We are told that a tow years ago a bcokeper tralndd some of bis Insects as message carriers Knowing they will always fly home from any point In a range of four or flvo miles he tied tidy note for Ms little daugh ters on tho bees anti Mt them loose In n totally unfamlllij plan In a- very short time they were back at their own hlvos messages and all Some people think boos might bo made very nsoful lu war times and even now are being made to see Just how far and bow directly they will fly- THE URAZY CANOE A man who w nt Inacanne Bald I hardly know what It will de- But I m sure it will tip Ilerause viewed as a ship Its form makes me tssl very blue to beat or to beat you The string Is ho limb of a tree or the rightway over the top of a polo driven In tho ground The lisle headIyou spring up and kIck the disk Then It Is raised higher and you hick It again having It raised rack shoo un lit you can no longer reach IL With praotlco you will find that yon can kick a disk twice your height above the ground aid even this may be bealan If yea art strong In the arms An Auto Animal for the ChildrenPA IUa4tGIRAFFE tonethlng experiments suspended A BEAD LOOM DlreeUeru Which Will Heir Brvther- Mnka IHe Slew a Ha Uy Article fer Her Faaeyvork The articles require are a lies six aches loag taut hsehees eidt aid two inches deep one toag wire hatpin aid an empty pool aoout two Incurs long Cat the Iwo lout elder down tearing about threeqwertom of an in h Irvin tho bottom la till Middle of see of the sods cut out an oMoag thne quarters by onehalf tack about half an Inch from the tan an ehowa In lla gram litter B An 1Mb belew anti about an inch frotH eaeh side make a hole large enough for a hairpin lo go through as shown In diagram two litters A Thin flatten the hairpin as shown In diagram letter M putting an end la eaab owning and tutenIIthe spool firmly to the box M In dlagmtn letters N On tilt otherkend halt an Inch from the top half a teaan pin holes leaving the space of a pin hole between inch as shown In diagram letter II Aa Inch lower rot a silt two Inches toes and DIFFERENT PARTS TO BKAI 1 KM oo eighth Inch wide as shown In dia gram letters C Then cut a piece of nantelM ard threo by ont Inches Out of this piece out a strip onequarter by one Inch on ono end letter K In din gram and onoquarlor by onehalf inch on tho other letter E In diagram Then tho pcoo of pasteboard is put In the slit olid should be firm This com pletes the skeleton To make an Indian bead chain explains tho St Louis GlobeDemocrat use four threads on the spool and then put them through one of tho pin holes To hold tho thread tight BO aa toIwork steadily wind tho thread the pasteboard made in tho slit After the chain has become too long to work It on the loom untie the threads on the spool and Wind tho chain on It and then go on with tho work M bfore fjClubI IJThe Country School Tho paramount problem In Ken tucky today is tho of Edu cation and tho supremo educational problem Is tho problem of tho rural echool the elementary country school If tho past may bo taken as I nu index to the future wo must con tinue to look to tho country ns tho main source of supply for men who s as leaders of thought and action are to be our torch bearers of civilization The conditions most conducive to tho development of stalwart Independent manhood are to bo found in tho country Over four fifths of ollr- lOOltlo live in tho country and engage l in agricultural pursuits When tho farmers prosper all tho people of J whatever calling havo good tines And BO everybody slruuld havo a vital interest in the intelligence nnd thrift of tho country Kentucky cannot bo n strong null prosperous Commonwealth without u strong and prosperI i oils rural population Tho public schools uoxt to tho homo and the chute are tho agony to which wo rightly look for the moral as well as the intellectual training of most of tho future citizens of tho slate Tho public school is a already easily tKo greatest secular unifying force of the nation and it is cnjMiblo of doing moro for the moral and intellectual training of the manses than all other agencies com bined Let us cherish our public schools an tho loons null our teachers us tho weavers who weave the wondrous destiny for tho nallonsJohn Fluke Contributed by tho Educational Improvement Commttuiton of Ken luckyIf ou aro Interested in the work which is now being done to uplift tho 1100801MJudWinfrey presfllont of the Cominls sloe Malt 1000oorough Kentucky that wo may placo you on our mailing list nud south you tho Bulletins of the commission which will bo issued Iluartarhyi Fun ind Buslntsa Poor man said the sympathetic woman Toll mo how I btnu alleviate your troubles Well maam re plied the nnlaundared hobo might begin by tapirs mo wot snarl Rio moans Bcoin as I haint got me dictionary wid moChioogo Nowfi BOARDERS WANTHU Lodgings and table board can bo had at tho home of tlio Rev Amos Stout for four persona Would also furnish toblo board to four others ShouNow wasnt it thoughtful of mo to out nrlnl1l1 gather those tlow orxo for the breakfast table T HoFino Kisses her Whores this OlTeof Oh I cant think of everything darling can ULiro NoricECall on tho Town Mar your Town Tax I will be compelled to advertise oil taxes not paid by December 1 1005 II Want any typewriter supplies to asked tbo peddler sticking his head in the oilco door No replied the b young business man absentmindedly 411 just got her n box of Iran bons only an hour or so ogoPhll adelphia Press Take Laxative Cold Cure at night I and fool 0 K in the morning At Porter Drug Co Come Now Own Up You dont like those gray hairs do your And your husband certainly doesnt like them Then why not try a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor It restores color to gray hair every time all the deep rich color of early life And it cures dandruff also MrlAlnl belief tint Ayer nalr Vlwr It a preptrttlon fur the hair and saslp for I tave ued more or feu for ix- rear lean cheerfully rernmmend II to aor one nerd of suck a vrrpontuoa bias KATE Horn lIonlh Ulan 0Xed ilFOil DJeAyercaLowauSfusAlso I ers PIUS PARILUJ A Simple Poor White Girl Original Tom Bllcor iiioouslilncr was In n trap lIe had been caught In what out west they would call n canyon Through It a mountain torrent had worn Its way deep In tho rocks awl boiled and bubbled III Keen by human eye shaded ns It was by an Impenetrable growth of trees and brush This stream was Toms only outlet lie might trust himself to It and It he came surely through the dangers of cataract and hungry animals would emerge lu anI open spare below Hut the end of route was watched and the chances of escape wore few Sam tykes the leader of tho revenue wen was puz zled lie know where Sllcox was and would have been euro of lilac had he had more mot fo surround him But ho had only two assistants and BIlcox i was a dcepcrnto menu One or two lives were likely to bo tho price of the capture lie was meditating as to what ho would do when a girl typical of tho country approached him She wore a cheap calico dress a check sunbonnet lull cowhide shoes Reckon you uus air lookln for Tom Sllcoxr she said What do you know about Hllcox replied tho olllccr evasively Reckon Id ought to know souiepln about him seclu the way hes treated InC How hasLe treated you1 Shook mo I see lies a mean dog not worthy of a nice girl like you I should think youd wish to get even with him So Iwould It I knowed how A crafty expression camo over the mans face Why not turn him over to us revenue ofllccrsT be asked How could I do thatr htlrhimTlio girls face lighted with an expression of vengeful hunger but she did not reply 1 wouldnt mind giving a twenty dollar bill added tho ofllcor Tills time avarice showed plainly on tho taco of the poor white girl who never had so much money In her life Then she began to think Bykes gave her plenty of Ume I kin tako you uns to wbar Toms hldlu she said at last Its n bargain Toms liUIn1 In an ole cabin Ill go tlwr with you uus but I must havo a leottle tlmo with him outcn sight lies got somcpln o mine J want to alt S soon a I settle that Ill tell him you uns Is comln up the crick and hed bettor make tracks up I might My I got a critter for him up thir Splendid When shall wo go1 Nows good a tlmo as any Sykes called in his men and gave thorn the plan They were to follow tho girl to the edge of a clearing where they would lie concealed under Uio thick brush whllo she went forward and laid her Snare On tho way sho told Sykes something of tho lay of the land The cabin was within a few yards of the creek and this was tho reason Slleox hail selected It for a biding place It attacked ho could easily drop down Into It and it would bo hand to got him Above the cabin tho ground though comparatively open was hidden here and there by rocks and scrub trees Bykes saw the advantage of her tell lag tho moonshiner that they were coming up Instead of down since it would probably nrevent him from tak ing to the crock If tho officer bad any suspicion as to tho girls real In tenuous they were now dispelled In deed ho bad suggested tho revenge himself licsldos sbo was too simple to concoct any plan for an escape Was she not leading them to Bllcoxa hiding place When they arrived on tho ground she said to Bykos D r want to fake him alive or tako him dead Y- Alive if we can Then you tins better go up tho crick a stroll wbnr theres an opcnln hell bavo to go out Bykes ordered the two men to do as she suggested When they had gone she sold to him S Boons Ive hall my talk Tomll go up as I said You tills kin shoot him If y like I dont kecr This was said with a tremor In her voice as though In her heart she did care Reckon Id better drop down behind the bank o the crick to glt outon the way o tho bullets Good by Im oft Bykes waited the result of the man uvr for about Ave minutes when ho saw tho figure of a man In butternut swiftly making hIs way up the creek Ho could have easily shot the moonshiner but he rolled Implicitly on his falling Into tho trap above lie saw the calico dress and chock sun bonnet disappear behind the bank but he WAS Intent on tho person who had gone the other way He followed the butternut keeping him in sight so far as was possible till he saw his men tako him In without a shot Then ho breathed a sigh of relief Uncorking tile rifle Bykca walked leisurely toward tho others As he approached them they came to meet him leaving the prisoner unguarded tie hurried on recocklng his gun to rover Uio moonshiner and wondering what they meant by such carelessness Mind your prisoner he shouted Its the girl replied ono of tho men lugubriouslyAnd was The two had exchanged clothes behind the rock Tho Rlrl had gone up the creek while Tom bad dropped behind the bank Making hits way down a short distance bo had mounted a horse she had provided and was following a trail that was sure to lead him to safety L HUNTIB feiXJIT The Lost Company Copyright 1005 by n B McClure The orders were for Colonel Davis of the Twentysecond Federal regiment stationed about four miles from Hulls Gap In the Tennessee moan tnlns to move by night and capture a Confederate signal station which had a post upon a mountain crest ten mlluj away This station commanded the pass so far as observation went and every move of the Federal force there was at once reported rice Idea was to move slowly and quietly and this was carried out The regiment bad four hours amid a half to make the ten miles nud tie vicinity of tho signal station was reached at I oclock Iu the morning Three com panics were sent to the left three to the right and Company K was to make a long detour to get In tho rear of the station and hold a mountain road against retreat All movements were made no quietly thai no alarm was givenDay had lust begun to dawn when up from the valley came a white mint cold ai a shroud and thick enough to cut out alt objects twenty feet away The Confederates at tho station could bo heard moving and talking but there could bo no attack until the mist Ills appeared It hung over the mountain for two long hours before the rising sun begun to eat Into It and It was near 7 oclock before the Federals dashed forward The surprise was complete There were only fifty Con federate soldiers there as guard and sewing the force opposed to them they prudently surrendered Not n man was killed on either side although there was considerable tiring Time regiments sent out on the flanks were up lu time and Colonel Davis supposed that tho tiring would bring In Company K- When nn hour had gone by nod nothing had been hoard of It scouts were sent forward with orders for It to join the main force at onco At the end of two hours tho scouts returned and reported that no trace of the company could be found beyond a certain point The main column returned to camp nndfrnm hour to hour looked for tho missing compnny When n day had gone by without news from It two scouts were sent out There was fear It hind been gobbled up by u Confederate force The scouts struck tho highway and followed It to tho bend but they brought back no news A native had gone along with It to act as guide and after three or four days had passed It was concluded that he might have led the detachment tar enough to bring about Its capture by a Confederate force The matter rested there for a week Then two Confederate prisoners were captured but they denied having heard the least news of tho missing company hind It been captured they must have known of the eventAn advance by the Confederates In force lust at this time prevented any further search by time Federals and for sIx weeks tho fate of the hundred men was almost forgotten Then hero was on Investigation ordered from Washington and the result was tbo trial and dismissal of Colonel Davis the Fed orals had been driven out of Uiat part of Tennessee nnd as a matter of fact they did not regain the ground again until tbo close of tho war Flags of truce wore frequently resorted to to gain news of the missing company anti all prisoners were closely questioned but the war came to an end at last and time mystery had not been solved No move was made until a year later and then Colonel Davis himself took up the case IIo was a wealthy uian and ho smarted under the dls graco put upon him by the court mar that Accompanied by two picked men he went over the route from Bulls Gap From tbo Confederate signal station he struck for the highway and reached It There was but ono house on tho road between that point and the bend and the widow occupying It said that no force had vassal on that Bight She must have heard tho company had It marched that way Tho scouts sent out had never questioned this woman Itoturnlng over the highway Davis and his companions had coveted half the distance when they noticed the mouth of a ravlno to the right It started at the highway and descended so gradually that It might have been taken In the night for another road It deepened as they followed It and at tbo end of n quarter of a mile when It hind become a rough and rugged ravine It como to a sudden ending This did not look at all natural and su Investigation lasting halt a day brought to light tho fact that there hall been a landslide there Hundrodo of thousands of tons of earth and rock accompanied by hundreds of trees bad gone crashing down Into the ravine and filled It to a depth of twenty feet The fill was from hank to bank and Its length was about BOO feet Weeds and lushes and young trees were al ready growing on the made ground The men enlisted the help of ne- gro and set to work with pick and shofot and at the end of a week they came upon a rusty Federal musket They ceased there They wero satis tied that under that great mound were lying tho bones of the missing bun dred and It was for tbo government to uncover them or let them Ho on for Ivor In that thick morning mist of lour ago the guide had led them oft time road bewildered Rnd uncertain and they had been huddled together In the bottom ot tho ravine when there camel landfill to overwhelm them to the last max M QUAD I II Varenka Arkadyevna tOrlEliml Coo morning several years ago two young men TurovUulu and Dronskl wore sitting In Dronakls room In War saw Hiisxlnn Poland hutching revo lution Suddenly there were fooutops on the stairs and in another moment the door was thrown open and the pa life rushed lu Turovtsuln nodded toward Uronskl and tho police arrested him As they were taking tutu away he reproached Turovtsuln with havlug betrayed him whereupon the latter remarked coolly that thoro wax n6betrayal since ho was simply doing his duty as an officer In tbo secret service Dronskl was sent to Siberia whore after Intolerable suffering be died of prison consumption Several years after Dronsklg arrest while TurovUulu who was now chief of pollee In Russian Poland was rid ing In his carriage In Warsaw a man fired a shot at him At the moment a girt who stood by the would be assus slu knocked up the weapon and saved TurovtHulus life The man who fired tbo shot was spirited away by accom plices so quickly that the police did not even get on his track The chief saw the whole affair and directed that the jjlr1 be sent to his office When she arrived there ho said to her you are a brave girl to have Inter fered with an assassin and I owe you my life What can I do to repay your Please excellency I would like to servo the government In what capacity In the secret service I have many friends among tho revolutionists who consider ino ono of them I could learn much of their plums and report them to you You shall have every opportunity and for every ruble you cam I will Sea that you are paid ten The girl who gave her name as Varenka Arkadyevna from that moment enrolled In the secret police whore she served for a long while of ten bringing In Information of the revo lutionists There was a singular per sonality about her that fascinated TurovtBUln At times he thought she loved him amid at times she acted as If she hated him There are few men who will not be caught by such un certainty Turovtsuln tell desperately In lovo with her Varenkas bravery too was fascinat ing to her lover Sho told him tint her real status was known to some of her revolutionist friends but she did not fear to go where they wore though always armed to the teeth One thing at last began to mystify Turovtsuln Though Varunka often led the police to capture some revolutionist when the force arrived the bird had always flown Varunka lived In first class apart meats which wero paid for by the gov ernment Ono day the chief appeared at her apartments with trouble written on his face- Sweetheart he said I have no ticed that we never gain anything from tbo Information you bring us Every meeting of revolutionists you have told us of has for some reason failed to tako place Besides certain persons whom wo have Intended to ar rest have In some unaccountable way been warned and have escaped us And now comes one of our women In the secret service bureau who accuses you of being a revolutionist of giving them all our secrets Who Is my accuser Katla PestsoC- CVarenka grew a shade whiter Go Ing to another room she took a pistol from a drawer put It In her boson and returning to her lover said I may as well make a confession for Katla can prove her accusation Great heavens exclaimed Turovt suln catching at the back of a chair forsupportDo remember Varenka went on your bosom friend Dronsklt I do gasped Turovtsuln I am his sister I was far from him at tho time you betrayed and arrested him but I determined that some day I would avenge him While he suf fered tho tortures you heaped upon him resolution grew stronger When He died 1 determined to execute a plan I had formed The man who fired at you was my accomplice and there wero twenty revolutionists stand ing by to take him to safety I knocked up his pistol on purpose to win your confidence Having won from you all I can for my pooplo the moment of my supreme vengeance has come People living on the floor below heard a shot and came running up the stairs to see what wee the matter Varenka stood at her door and asked thorn If they had not heard a shot They replied that they had and that tho sound seemed to have como from that floor whereupon she said that It sounded to her to have come tram the rear apartments She spoke as calmly as If she had been used to having shots fired near her all her life The ex cited people went to the rear apart ments to learn that nothing unusual had occurred there The occupant were sure that the shot halt come from the front rooms Puzzled the crowd went to Varenkai apartments and knocked There was no answer to their summons Thoy conferred and all agreeing that something must be wrong they decided to burst open the door They did so and stretched on the floor Turovtsulu the duet of pollco lay dead Varenka Arkadyerna was never seen again In any part of Russia though the pollee searched the empire for her Rumor says that she Is living In England on tho large sums paid her bj the police fer her secret service worth RUSSELL THORN a Re BAKER Dentist orneryBEREA KY Offico hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain Bomnofonne DR R C Boons DENTIST Corner Slain nnd roadway DEIty KV At Livingston Monday and 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 the Richmond Pike Cemetery Notice The Berea Cemetery As sociation is adding largely to the grounds previouslyowned It is desirable that all persons owing the Association settle these debts as soon as prac ticable The money is needed to meet a portion of our in debtedness It is hoped that all persons holding lots will at once satisfy themselves whether or 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melo dramatic contemporary reprints with tearful comment tho story of the young woman whoso husband was away on a trip and who when asked If she missed him replied No I stand a newspaper In front of his plato at breakfast and hardly realize that ho Is gone This Is supposed to ho the height or depth of bitter sarcasm conveying the idea that hus bandly absorption in tho morning paper Is a serious impediment to domestic bliss That this habit Is an evil remarks tho St Louis GlobeDemo crat wo readily admit but wo contend that It Is necessary And Inci dentally we may remark to the lady of the fable that despite the newspaper subterfuge she would have missed her husband had he failed to leave a sub stantial check for running expenses while he was away Tho man who reads a newspaper at the breakfast table uoes not do so entirely of choice It is part of the days work He would much prefer to hear tho latest news of the family next door or the trlbula tions of his own kitchen but he must learn from blg paper what tho world he wins his living from is doing The year 1905 stands out as a record breakera year of superlatives In the business world as Dun puts it Prices of the 60 most active railway securities have reached the highest point on record the output of pig Iron In the first halt of 1905 not only far surpassed any preceding six months production but exceeded every full year prior to 1S9S prices of hides are- at the highest position since the civil war wool quotations have not been as strong since the early 80s ship ments of footwear from Boston are close to tho maximum and including all shoe centers the movement this year is beyond precedent Foreign commerce in July surpassed tho cor responding month in any previous year In the person of Isaac Routman a street huckster bf New York and who is a young compatriot of Jean Dtl Reszko the famous Polish singer It is believed that a great tenor has been accidentally found who will electrify I the dramatic world and will rank with tlmanis to be placed In the chorus of les1sonsbe selected to develop the coming tenor A remarkable Instance of longevity U displayed In tho life of Mathias and George Zwcck of Beaver Dam Wla stud John Zweck of Plttsburg three brothers the total of whose ages reaches 251 years John Is tho oldest of the trio being 87 years George is four years younger while Mathlas is regarded as an Infant his ago being only 81 years The brothers are native of Germany but Lire been residents ft tho UnltedjBtatea for flip1 last 51 yeajs All fro a and have children and grandchildren living The war Is fuVor out football caau allies are filling tho dispatches The at llarvarI that he bad no pynipdthy with those who would keep young men wrapped up In cotton wool But did he mean Ifiat he would look coldly upon his own son with a cocoon poaMthelcnt jR his i mad with which he emergedfrom a scrim wage nsylvanlapbypiclans inet How woulda doctprtdo fog the secretary orihV 1nt A Virginia court 1laJUed tit prlcie otoIBoat 20 ahowlpg That there Deenn decrease In thejcost of neceilIt sot life A Missouri man wants a divorce be canal his wife called him u 1868 How IStbktkidrUemaahdw- to iner7 Since theyve found a new bed ol anvscle in the neighborhood physical culture has takeAilqgreat Loom at Jlockport j S THE TRADEMARK ArVTlST Inventor of Words and Signs as Trade Attractions Doea Flourish ing1 Business Art Is a fanciful mistress and has many wooers One of the latest Is tho trademark maker There are a half dozen prosperous members of this tratlo In the city says tho New York Post The bestfcnown Is an IrishAmerican wltli more wIt than talent for bite or color lie waaa modlocri laywerberdro he took to inventing trademarks for merchants Ills legal Knowledge makes his services doubly valuable There are lptaot tricks in this trade said he and one has to keep his eyes open Did you know ldntregis ter a trademark unless hf was a mer chant or engaged in a business of some kind r An Inanrrecllonlst or an exile cannot register either but Indians and married women can although some states with antique laws wont allow them to own property In their own names Women get us into n lot of trouble A complexion maker ordered a mark called Easter Lily Balm ItIdidnt go because It had nothing of Easter Illy In It Another woman collected Insects eggs and preserved them and ordered a mark American Caviar That was void too Then the feminine mind delights I In actresses names for goods and If there is any possibility of tho his trlons ever going Into the business the marks suggest the government refuses to register With historic names such as Dolly Madison Washington etc Its all right IarthaI Animals make splendid give the artist a chance I think tho most successful idea however Is the signature and a nowlycolned wordI In tho former patentmedicine on turn out tho most novelties and In tho latter tho cereal food manufac I turers Some of these merchants think nothing of turning out a new I food and a new mark each month Sometimes prizes are offered for newlycoined words and sometimes the artist supplies tho word the legal knowledge of registry and tho sketch of the mark In this case there la bound to bo a splendid financial return The latest tiling Is the collector of trade marks and labels He haunts tho studios and makes life p burden to us WAS JUST A MEAN TRICK FlintyHearted Father Put Ills House on Rollers to Elude Daugh ters Suitor I have mot up with some mean men In my time said the Chicago drummer but the man who takes tho cake up to date lives in Indiana I was introduced to bas daughter while on a train and a few days later I called on her at her home As a matter of fact I was badly smitten and on my second call I asked her to be mine and obtained her consent Then I went to her father Ho re delved me with icy coldness He had determined to marry his daughter to a butcher so as to get a discount off his meat and nothing I could would move him I finally told him that I would coax Rattle to elope with me and ho turned me out of the agllnIto village again and after darkI started out to secure an interview with the object of my affections I approached tho house cautiously to find it wasnt thero any more I looked all around for It but It was gone I did not give up hunting for a good two hours nor did I know until next day what had happened Fearing that I would carrry out my threats the old hard heart had put rollers under the house hitched on a dozen yoke of oxen and moved It to another town five miles away While I was fooling around and trying to locate tho new address the girl and the butcher were married and I was left out In the cold I like a fair flghter and am willing to give him every show but when It comes down to a father moving his house Into another county to prevent tho union of two fond hearts I call it a lowdown trick I didnt commit sui cide over It as you see but It cer talnly has affected mo so that they are complaining at the house that I am taking too many orders and making ft necessary to enlarge the store by 100 feet in the rear Saghallens New Name fhe Island of Saghallen the cession of which proved one of the dif ficulties f the peace c6nference will- lreaceibrward says he JapanChron Icle be known to the world a Kaba fiito the name by which it has been khpwn to the Japanese since its die coxery The government has renames partntfallows JJotbro Point hejd4f thee Aniva13thlint bead at the western penfnluUV ttf bo Juro Sakl 1XdlrPoet Rubusann a fullblooded Kaffir a savage until his eighteenth Fear t to d ya poet a o triot eI sejiplar who humastere d- p EBgiiih Latin and Hebrew and Is en 4tt5fiitUitJ Bible into his native ton Ji1t I Her Tall OuUlt IrllL Mrs TentlitimeSo VYesjand a nofall coat Indeed Yes and a lovely new husband Chicago Sun 0 ragtUp11tt 1E itnlittla tine tl1t Eampatgu raiurB- y MAURICE B BLUMENTHAL Orfanltcr and Minaftr of the Speaker Bureau of Tammany HaiL A campaign speech is not judged by its length If you must put fireworks into your speech put them where they wiUJight up a solid argument Dont Content yourself with amusing your au xlience j give them at lease one wholesome and convincing argument To entertain an audience is all right but let the entertainment be at the expense of the opposition There is no better way of winning an audience storyI but when a an upon audience and votes for the ticket When you speak at a local meeting be familiar with the local polit icalsituation and know something about the local candidates so that you may make brief reference to them and thus touch a subject probably nearest to the hearts of your hearers Every political speech should have some preparation No man can do his duty to his party by tanking a speech that is really impromptu Dont rely for applausg as jninny do solely on the mere mention of a leaders or a prominent candidates name such applause doesnt make a single vole 7 IDont talk merely say something candidates or other speakers are waiting to bo heard cut it short and give them a dance YtMI stay be a candidate or another speaker yourself slue day If you dont know hoW to say things that will make vote far Heavens sake avoid sajdng anything that will lose votes Applause does not always mean Go on I It often indicates Enough I Keep your wits about you to know how you stand If youve said a few good things and have been welt received suit in to quit the next round of appiaiiM would be a good time to bow yourself out Almost every mass mceiiug contains at least one man who will in terrupt a speaker to ask quostns he is tether looking for Infonnation for himself or trouble for you Give him the benefit of the doubt aunt tell him to wait until the end of die speech ami answer hkn then Dont fear further interruption from him because for fair play the audience will not tolerate it I You will find more iuteiltgciKe in a mate meeting audience of pact workingmen than in one made up of bank prtt Be enthusiastic without being excited cntsI Kftnit lWIrigllt of Jffnnthall JIaj ru- By HON SAMUEL L POWERS Dartmouth College on Team of 1374 is What ic the with football P There is itotliiitg the none with a game of foottal miifttevcr tu been II there be trouble it it with the players and not with the game It is a nattiest in i accidents are liable to occur but if all unnecessary roughness were elfin inated the liability of injury would be tremendously lessened It is within the power of the coaches to make the game what it should be They have already done much to improve it Twenty years go men were taught by the conches to disable their adversaries and put them out of the game It vas not an unusual thing to see in a single game six or eight men disqualified for slugging Harvard and Yale declined to play each other at football in 1892 and made charges and counter charges of a most serious character Since then the game has gradually and greatly improved in every way Today public sentiment demands a clean neone free from roughness and if possible free from accidents Thefgamos played be tween Harvard and Dartmouth last year and the year before were ideal and fully up to the standard of what football should be There is no good reason why the game should be condemned be cause now and then a player loses his temper and is guilty of slugging his adversary The man who control his temper is not adapted for the sport and ought not to play Neither ought we to insist upon radical changes in the rules Because now and then a player either through lack of training or judgment or even jviciousncss uses morti force than is necessary and thereby injures another player Many of the evils heretofore complained of arc rapidly disappearing College and school authorities are doing much to place the game upon a higher level Evidently President Roosevelt believes that the coaches arc largely responsible for the character of the play and can do much in their teaching and training of the men to avoid accidents and he has seen fit to lend his great influence in behalf of the elevation of this most manly sport There is one suggcstioin hojvcvcr I would like to make I believe the time has come when there should be a fixed limit as to the weight of the player Football is a game requiring high Skill alert and concerted action both oh the ttltnseahdildfitjse Ufficiency is acquired by long Mud patient training 1 If the teams arc about equal in weight the one that is the better trained and liasthe greater knowledge of football is reasonably sure of winning If hweeronc team riuh line averaging bp5 pounds or more toa man whir the other aVcfdgeSorily i0 the heavier team is likely to win even thoughit h1sadss knowledge of the game It is for this reason that all the coaches and captaini ate seeking for heavy beefy men Weighing froili aob 16 250 pbuitilsto make up the tush line A large university with 3oOr 4000 studertts has a far bet ter opportunity of finding heavy men than a small college with 300 or 400 students Now for the good of the Sport why sUjiuJfl there not be a hhutupdp vfl jiii let tliu rltles proYide that noteamsishall P1ayu iSlaFctheplay WortojpefVarjd the lla loaScidcnt somcwhatrlesscrml i OJ b s lieVcIicrcisgqod and sufficient reason forth addpttertofa rule of this kind Football isa great sport It is here to stay The American boy demands it It teaches him manliness patience and selfcontrol To him the gridiron is like the battlefield of life Upon cach Jic learns the value diid necessity df cooperating with his fellows Hhe would win piayedisduties of the lift that before hill mattel which cannot MAMMOTH SEA ELEPHANT Berlin Zoological Garden Mounts the Largest Specimen Ever Known A new and Interesting attraction at the Berlin Zoological garden U a tuunted specimen ut a monster sea ele pliant It can claim tho distinction of being the largest sea elephant that has ever been killed It was found some 18 months ago by whalers off tho coast of tho Falk land lalands They promptly sur rounded the monster and nuWequont ly elaughjpred Itno qallY tasit and tho hide with the raw skeleton was purchased at a high price by J F 0 UmlauffSome Idea of the size of the monster may be gauged from tho fact that from tho Up of its tusk U has a total mea ureraent of nearly 21 feet Such an animal when alive would weigh 10000 pounds or nearly four and oue halt tons Tho circumference of the body at Its widest part Is somo 18 feet Tho Skull alone measures two feet three Inches long and ono foot two Inches h 1111The i sea elephant or seal olophant U In many ways an interesting cron I turn So far as sUe goes he can give points to the walrus but he is certain ly not RO ferocious looking Bxccpt for the curious nose whence his Greek name ho Is Just a big black seal fair ly agile In the sea and clumsy athor like all his kind Ho Is about the bulk I of a hippopotamus although more I hirsute and with a IMS extensive open Ing of the laws Ho holds among seals the unique position of being com mon to both hemisphere although from tho ardor with which he has been hunted very few specimens now exist north of the equator I Just now however the stet elephant Is enjoying a respite is iwnio quontly Increasing In numbers rapidly particularly In the southern seas 11 forms practically the ony population of many an otherwise lonely settee of barren rocks In the Antarctic ocean Ills food consists chiefly It not en UroJy of cuttlefish Formerly the anl mal was hunted by whalers upon all the islands of the Antarctic ocean notablY lCerguelens lAnd and the South Shetland where thay abounded In Immense herds The creatures were slaughtered for their hides and blab berThe tusks of the male reach a length four or fir6 Inchw their external belHs smooth and conical while rot part Imbedded In the flesh to fur l and slightly curved The twin the mate ate solid at tk lower oDd only a slight cavity appear whllt In tbo tomato they are shorter and morcoTer almost hollow HP to the point Sailors and seal linnUn are fend of twlug these hollow teeth of the females for pipe howls suits trout the wings of peHeana Mippiyitic soluble fQnM far the plpe- eEMPTYHEADED AND PLAIN What King Alfonso Says ef Pain en4S Whom He Will Net Marry To the tlepalr of his rninliMers sad his mother young King Alfonso of Spain continue his resistance to all their plans to make him marry any of the aerernl prince os who have boon KuggMtod to him says a recent re portI know that I must marry toms day ho is said to have answered his mother not long ago and when the time comas I shall submit quietly but It seems to me that when I for tile rake of providing an heir to the throne consent to harry one of these emptyheaded plainlooking and any thing but charmlbg prlncesso on your lilt I ought to be alloweds few years freedom before entering Into a tovelwa marriage Wore I allowed like any other young man not born to wear a crown to choose my own bride according to the dictates of my heart I should have no objection to marry ing today but as It la my people will understand my desire to remain un chained for a few short years Card of Chinese Merchant A Chinese recently returned to his native country after n residence In tho United States has brought back some of our business methods na hIs card will show He Iras a dairy farm at Woosfng a vliiago at the mouth 11IIlhcard Cel6w VdVeftlScs Fen ftung Kco Dairy Farm We open at Moo Sung for sale till foreign milk the taste ato sweet the rill are and b O are Jtll We ravenj put arty aerlll It If examine out wont1 pay aslngl calk Mexican fknkiti beVbopmeut Tho jlWelopihwl of In SlexUo Is Jl1iO n 1 at that dur fag the sljs ninths CpIItI11I1nc 30 the combjbed capital ot of tho republic Increased from 10 690 Ot j12756S 4 tr Following are 2omeJacremeavoted Ilanco Centra JJesclcai 9loqQ pPAanca ooOPOtianJamaullpas p Q clot n PI1IjfI do Chihfahua5o p001Jancq Nacips4adq4esicq 27 027 l No Ute 9emusOf all deaperatpljf dncroua persona ulna brilliant flurgcon Is the moat FredqlcltiTrecscalculated neryouu disease anil the usual rn n genius art quite Impos sable persons and entirely out of i loco Iq tho medicalprofesslon v hero even cloverne s encouraged THE SALOON MUST GO 1 walked the Rtrrrts of the elY At cArllfit down of day I breathed the air from the mountain Not many miles away I Rated on the anoeujljftltncklell With mines of u 1lrwtaWT- ITheIr grandeur a source of HwUur To one In quest of health God made the country man the cRy A inylnir wise and true Portrayed ItteK before my stead Spread out before rnT view The mountalM made by hind divbl itb I erract works proelaltrn From ass to use they ever ftnIEternally tlM MMM j I paused and rated areund atTo tire whAt man had ruailo A city great spread oer ha plain Otnvhwlmwl with very With vies and tin n every Iguul- The vile and filthy Mum With sorrow In maD A tOil Caused by thlt Curse of ruin I looked for a panacea Twin said la days gene bye When women have the rlckt M vole Saloons must sorely die here wetnsa have the frMMktlt true And exerclt th 4r right ll orTileWII uk our rPres statlvur0For legtatatlea To establish proalMtlon Our MHilrjr thrwsh and iViouah Hut alai this irradfwI evil Man taw ciiMMt eJTafle The itatiitM of the tesd a1110- Can save fed that trough scare When men accejn tte 6aalaurs love Ilk low win iMke thorn rret The law ef 04 wilt un from rum eternkyVk to serve tM TeM kaeslwegeUplted A CONVICTS MESSAGE What Qne Man Who UAI Drained the Bitter Cup of SIll Hf to By to Young ten A popular happyiolucky bhrm- an who had last been amleneol m Joliet penitentiary on an loilotormin ate sontenao QI the result of uapjiit bolus real estate mortnanM gave ChIc warning to other yoHng ra n who may b tempted to lend a sinful life Remember young man that your sin will find you out II mire of It You oannot eaap It I thought when I first Mid a small mortcRt of t l H that I could eerily repay this by a lucky strlko or a mmmleaion on som + real estate deal tmt when I MInd b I could not do this end UM peesu owning the mortgage ukd for her money then I had to Mil nrwtb i larger one to malra nond Theo I thought it was MI way that 1 could keep tip tile crime IWver But Ik sure yoor eta will fla i you out Ilojrm sad yoga moo dim t play poker Dont start WMQ you ar young MMoklng wit of tho tan with other a MH boys and friends nIl vie corn for txikcr rWpa std learn t play Dont for OotJe nko amok oigarottoa Dont drink your nrc glow of beer or whisky Dont be cause you liar of come nelglibor mak Ing some money at the rartrt hat on bones Be care your ala will find you put There is the trouble bcyo Your first crime It cads you on and on until you surely land Where lam and where I will be for the next sum her of years IJor remember lnl He sure your sin will find 7ou r obi There pa no getting around it If one could only Ret rid of his conolene but you cant How many tlmot Jn tho past ton month have 1 Btye awake and thought and thoUlShLpll- tbought How many c I laid awako until two and three oclock thinking and thinking and thinking d tho sorrow poverty and prlvatlpn I was tho mean of malting It ciw matter whether I was In the Kcd Indian ocean Atwtrnlla or tho U notIStates there was mill that con cl calllng calling and calling AgaIn Boys and young men If you tho suffering I have gone tkrougn past ten months you would Time untnithfulnwn ami deceit theIyou would polmm A per naJn to you now who has gone through yflefromBlntv and Js getting reftdy nqw to pay tor sin and pay vary dearly Rams Horn A Doctor Opinion Dr Chanel filbert the trt nent physician nays iorr t han iG years I have piirauM toy PJO tonal work In hospital and rrl ai i practlco apd while wlnlnf ti uatt of civilization have n t1f IIl ft tlfmryfo adnan flroh JJpl1t tot at all prejudiced usi Beyond sCUntino medical ttAiclnUO 1 I belong to no teml1tranCeJOeII lily action Is based aatirelyupon dcj online thought anti x perienco I believe hatJn riiost and obablgall cales dt Lle cafubf b er d dad o t1l moro aycceaeflilly p rl rLtIaijl oul t employmentWhiakyc Blight A missionary to the Indians InDrillsh Columbia took a keg of whlkjrJvarJ cured It over tho grass in thfrprehc pihe young people It detrdyf tJ h herbage The chief then toldthjbili thjit Just as It burned the grass U woulj burn thorn If they drank It This ex pertment has become a yearl eeremqjv With the Indiana and there has bnn Very little trouble with the liquor quoi Uuu since THE h KNIFE ON THE BOAR luccessf ul Method an Expert Stock man of Pennsylvania A Novel Operating Case As a swine brecdop Mr Crltchfleld secretary ot tbo Pennsylvania board of agriculture has become peculiarly I famous for tile skill In altering the boars upon his farm and his method of castrating old boars that have served their usefulness and aro no longer desired as sires Is ono that may ho found ot value to other brood ore of Bwlno Early In his experience In this work Mr Crltchfleld bad occasion to illucovor tho danger from an old boar with largo tusks unless ho woro se cured And to do this ho devised thel simple frame shown herewith This frame is composed of on oak punk I h rzr AlPAItATrS FOn HOLDING HOG IS Inches wide four feet long and an Inch nnd a halt thick to which are hinged on olthor lido n strong frame work composed of uprights at each end of two by throe oak seantllng about alx feet long connecting these is a fence with croMpleces made of two by pno stuff and upright slate two by one and three and a halt feet high One side of the frame Is placed against a wall tho plank lying on tho Moor with the for ward end near the feed trough Some torn Is placed in the trough and tbo bear going in to get it walks tbo plank lo the trough An assistant stands behind the stall and Mr Crltrh flold enters from tho opposite side and when the boar is eating tbe two aides of tbe frame are brought quickly together ropes thrown over the heads of the high post and they are halfhitched firmly and the whole tipped over no that the boar is thrown on his Ilde The upper bind leg to Mixed and tied back and the orgami of the iwlot thus brought into eay acext The boar to M tightly held that tie eannot move which Is well both for Uw Miec M of thi operation end the safety of the operator The Farmers Voice is authority for the statement that Mr Crltcafl d never has lost an animal ram bull or hoar as a result of rastratlon during his long career as a stockman and he attributes bin uniform success to the fact of hit care In using antlMptic Before en tering upon an operation be sterllites the knife and thoroughly washes the anlmalD parts and tils own hands with a Ave per cent solution of creolln After tho operation the vaundcd parts era tboroup ply dlslateted with a fresh wash of the tame solution KEEP THE HOGS CLEAN The Mud Hole Mite De Cut Out It the Animals Are to 3e Per lastly Healthy A hug should have no mudhole to go Into nod stock raisers should have a law unto themselves to that effect There originates tho hog cholera which spreads lu clean hogs as well as those which aro neglected Where hogn ore grazing on alfalfa or on other pasture they have besldga a thinking another box or trough gay two wide and eight feet long and six high to wash In and keep cool IIleel ehould lead the overflow out of feldberq oho hogs pasture I have In the butchering business forover ar iI1n California sasa corro npondcnt of the Farm and Home hiving always kept hogs at the slaughterhouse and I do not remember that I ever lost A single hog I do riot think that alfalfa can take the place of grain for fattening it it good for stock hogs but In my opinion It Ic toFlft for F pork I prefer penbogssrttoatpxn co k t with Itnt of car wgltcookndtheyI prefer wheat to any other grain for fat tening at tho hogs like It better than bllriayandIheyputotifatquickerBlanching r blanched my celery last year with tqnderflitly dellclaus flavor superior to any I ever tasted About two weeks lieforo tlshWaollnlflhthe tllll out for sun and air Extra Combs Now arranfeVto baVe ilie bees till and seal several extra combs to have I oo hand when any cblouy rune short spring of stores during winter or early JlcnllJIs In the float bases much r4ljn h0 do sand and all towl are more romto tabfe In wcnlhcr when thoy have plenty of atiadcSIa4yar teavgp IJseJ freely in tbe sheep pen keep the sheep clean A PRACTICAL TANK HOUSE The Protection of the Drinking Water tor the Stock in Summer And Winter Somo farmers strive to havesae but of everything Wo all could It we but think so and put enough of the right kind of effort Into our work There li a whole lot In having a strong health determination not to give up untl out purpose Is accomplished Wo frequent ly observe farmers who ere getting I good start and evidently making ooi headway whoaU at once becomedLr- couragell and give up and aro read to try something else thinking they can do better Those who do not coo sider life more serious than this nevct accomplish any great purpose simply because they relinquish their bold before the hardest battle Is won It has always been our experience in farm work that It things were worth doing at all they were well worth a good hard effort for generally It Is the best that cornea tho hardest Tho same law that applies elsewhere la equally as true In the Installation of a water system for the convenient handling of water both for human and live stock needs on tha farm Occa sionally a farmer Is observed who lu laid tho piping and gotten things In readiness to have things convenient for supplying water to his farm stock and yet ho has located a tank out In the open BO that It would freeze during tho cold weather and cause consider able trouble This same tank during the summer without protection from the hot sun supplies drinking water to the stock In tho most unacceptable condition on account of being con stantly exposed to high temperature Water supplied to stock In this form Is very Injurious and unquestionably the Immediate cnuno of considerable sickness A tank exposed in this Way Is not only affected by the high and I low temperature but worse still to the largo amount of filth always more or less abunuant about many barns There are several different styles of tank shelter In nap here and there on A rKAlTICAI TANK OVKH farina all poMMlna good qualities and wring the purpose admirably We have two different declfna in use at Port Omni farm ays a corre pondeat of tho Mlcnlgan Farmer which serve a foal purpose The photograph hero shows a design for tank shelter having some excellent qualities and those who have never used a shUr and contemplate build tag one will pruflt by giving this structure careful study before building Bolero sotillHt upon any design of tank shelter It II wy Important to full consular Hie requirements of n bullying of this nature It must of course ever and protect the tank during nil seasons of the year It must be a building In which It la pos sible to ma n temperature above Wintertreeing in Then too the reo ve o is cqfinlly as Important during the summer Stock of nil kinds relish root drinking water during the hot summer months It Is nearly Impos sible to make a shelter sufficiently tight to keep water from freezing In the coldest of winter weather without artificial heat In sonic form or other It a tank heater must bo employed for the purpose ot maintaining an oven temperature then It Is fasentful In de signing a lank shelter hat It bo ar ranged for convenient heating The tank must be occasionally cleaned It the shelter la Inconvenient for accomplishing thus work It will besllghled thus causing an accumulation of filth In Iho bottom go undesirable In water for stock purposes Tho tank house is 0x9 feet at the base The whole structure rests upon a conoreto wall five Inches light and six Indhw wide The frame Is made of 5x4 stun The Hiding Is matchdd pliie From the base to the Is two feet The first set rafters are five feet long and theSlfurt rr tWo feet two Inches The root l Ptfc wne tho door to tank is shown U ddo 01 matched material and Is well jj1nle Tbe remaining part of roof Is shingled At the end Is a door by which one maj outer the shelter to attend to the tank heater This is very convenient and a slrong point in favor of this design of tank shelter Arrangement has alQ been mado for heallnc icy running a rooLWberpe ereqfeetaproachTliIiattend tile heater SprarPerbaps from the use of the new parasite Insect now- bgjfliatrotlutxd Jnto this part of Ihi country In California where such insects have been In use for soniq time the gr w fi1 still scemt place oftprU seems hint the parasites alone can not keep the pests under A runty pig may Us property defined as one that eats fits heats off about three limes a year J Z QtUJOUf- neyI to Jerusalem Sunday School lesson lor Nov121905 PpeILESSON TEXTEira 3142 Memory verses 212- 3OOIDEN TEXT = The hand of our Ood la upon all them that seek Il1tllEzra 822 TIMEEzra left fiabylon with returning exile March 4W B C arrived at Jerusalem tour months later This was 78 nrt return after thencompletion of the temple and IS years after Rsthere heroic action rtiACE The returning caravan assem bled at the Hlvcr Ahava probably one of the canals of tbe Euphrates near Baby IonComment and Suggestive Thought- V 21I Ezra Proclaimed a fast Fasting as a religious service accompanying prayer was much prac tired by the Jews and by Christians of earlier times Ainict ourselves before God Better humblo ourselves With loving consecration they humbly besought God to guide them through the trackless desert protect them and their treasure A right way Ezra relied upon God to guide thorn In the most direct road and where they would be least exposed to attacks from robbers Substance Goods of every sortV 22 Ashamed to require a band of soldiers Ezra had publicly spoken of his confidence in God and to ask for an armed guard such as commonly accompanied caravans might cause these heathen friends to doubt Gods ability to help Ills people or to question whether Ezra spoke tru ly when he told of reliance upon his God The enemy hordes of Bedouins infested tbe desert and often robbed caravans The panel of our God etc Ezra always rccognlxed that Gods hand guides the affairs of num work ing thereby all good for those who lovo him and yield themselves to his ante Ezra 76 9 822 31 Against forsake Him The very wheel which bears onward that which coin mils itself to go with It crushes whatever opposes or stands In Its way so om who goes with God comes Into all good one who goes against Him Into disaster and Instruction V 23 He was Intreatod Through their praying and fasting God had brought them into such position that He could do Ills boot for them V 2J Separated Or Set Apart These mete were chosen by name and ol4J easiest to this particular service It would not be amiss today to conga crate by special prayer all who have charge of church money Twelvo priests brethren This probably means that 12 priests and 12 J erltc were appointed See Y P V 21 Weighed unto Coined money was used In that day but the precious metal entrusted to Hara was chiefly In berg or Ingots One cannot be too careful In raring for public funds Tbe offering Jews were highly esteemed by King Artaxoncos ho counted greatly upon their prayers offered on his behalf according to the injunctions of their urophot Jor 297 and lie furthered their expedition by gifts for enriching the temple at Je rusalem Btra 716 17 Ezra recog tilted the hand of God working also upon the kings heart 727 V 26 SU hundred and fifty talents of silver In value about 1250000 or It the lighter standard of weight was used about onehall that amount Gold an hundred talents Worth about = 4000000 or 2000000 V 27 Drams Varies Persian donnrsjFinewas very highly valued V 28 Hply The gift consecrated to God was entrusted to mon specially eet apart to Gods service V 29 Watch ye II Vigilance and wakefulness would be required pos sibly also they might have to protect their treasure by great exertion or pet sonal sacrifice Until yo weigh thorn Until you deliver thom Intact to the WIllYvltes They accepted the trust Im posed upon them realizing its Impor tance reckoning themselves accounta ble for It to God and fully aware ol the dangers they might meet l v 33 V 31 Deparled11ley set out about the time of the Passover oui Easter the twelfth of the first month sod journeying Slowly on no andhaltinsI rest they reached c zrg7JIAvlugspent pinceleaving Abhva V SV Abode tGreo days Rested tuieitlreasgre Life i ueipes I LItFln bl1ln sll 9 lpnHQ s ironilaytuplied nut of our tnotiitbtuli htf Inahl iiinchotherbuslPractical Tolhls V 2L lie flnda rfRht way whc aBpaHUh Jcauarls GSJd sodearasi15 V 22 God work only good and lovingIytrustillmlom18 V8 Let all we arq dud have by a freewill offering become holy unto Godtom 12J V 32 None who walk Ipvlngly and trustingly with Jesus shall ol reacUihg the New Jerusalem1 Pet 14 5 FellowI are I as my for over coming off complained Mrs Gaddlo Put suggested Mrs Goode per haps thoy lire not sewod of properly Thats Just It lies awfully care sewingCatholicStandard Sheep in Church Several rural clergymen at a diocesan conference at Carlisle England recently toted that the reason churches wero kept locked up on weekdays was to prevent sheep coming in One remarked with some bitterness that he kept his church open till some sheep camo In and carried off the offertory box- Successful Merchants Rules Marshall Field Is described by an eastern writer Ho never borrows money never gives a noto or a mort gage nover deals In margins on stocks or grains soils on short tlmo and narrow margins always buys goods for cash and Insists to the last letter on the fulfillment of every contract between him and his customer No Time to Lose Mllllcont It doesnt seem quite right for those taco to court that young widow so soon aftor her bus bands death- HortonseDut this Is an exception al case Everybody is saying that black Is unbecoming to herPuelt Long Ago Let us have peace said the English Invader Tho white stranger loves the red men Yes replied the Intelligent Indian chief he loves tho very ground we walk upon 1hjladolpbla Public Led Igor A Squaws Idea Old Jennie u Modoo squaw killed hertwosons near Redding Cal the oth or day because s118 Mid Indians were now squaws and afraid to fight the paleface When she was accused oJ the Uoed stir said Injun no more good I kill om Canned Goods Cannibal Chief What was the matter with that Inst missionary we had for lunch Ho didnt taste very good Cannibal CheCI havo just dlscov ered your highness that for some rea son or other be was canned before he left the statesMllwaukeeSentinelLoftier Hitherto France has been republican enough to have no higher title for its ofQcn than Monsieur Now the tantleur Ofllclcl announces that hence forth the president and ministers ot tall are to be Excellencies Musical Regiment The First East Surrey regiment of the British army Is never wIthout music When its band is not playing 30 men who are expert ou the mouthorgan provide the music tile whole regiment whistling an accompaniment Not a Star Performer Are you alone in Iho soup said the man peering into his plate No piped the oyster theres a measly little red drab In here with me Detroit Free Press- Mammoth Rudders Tho rudders of the two giant Canard era which are being built at Clydebanlc and lallstndwIgh70tons each When litornIframe will weigh tons MARKET REPORTS Nov 3- CATTLEConminn 2 50 40 S3Heavy steers 4 60 65 CAtN Extra fP 7 50 HOGS Oh packers 5 10 j C 15 Misted packers 0 00 510 SHEEP Extra 4 75- LAMBSExtra tiP 7 GO FLOOR Spring pat o 25 W a CO WHEAT No 2 red 8 00 No 3 red a CORN No 2 mixed iS6No 2 white mixed 1- OATSNo2 RYE No 2 734 74i HAY Ch timothy tW12 GO PORK Mess 1575 LARDSteam 1 an UUTTEU Cli dairy tal 15 Choice creamery Q 24 tr APPLES kb 3 no 4 01 POTATOES Per bbl 2 00 avTOBACCONew 5 00 B 13 OU Old 4 DO 14 75 Chicago PIOURWlntervat 5 10 0 5 20 WHEATSNO 2 red 88g 89 o4 red 85 tN 89 CORNNo 2 mixed 60 4fi 51 OATSNo 2 mixed 30 fQ 1011 RYE+ Nu 2 i2V PORKrnMen It 00 14 25 JARDrStcam 7 02H 7 05 New York FLOUR Win slrtst 00 4iWJlE red 9 Y- C01tNNo 2mlxcd 69 OA1g No 2 mixed dr5RYE Wo era dD7g- 1OR1Mess IIi i5 IG GO LARD Steam 1m 745 altJlore WHEATNo 2 c1 tW 83 tORN No 2 mixed 50 RATTLl Stcers 4 00 f 4 BO SHEEP No 1 2CO- Louisville 3 3 00 WHEAT No 2 red 91 92 CORN No 2 mixed 41t G- 5OATSNo2 mixed 32rra PORK Mesx I W12 W bARDtSteam 7 GO Indianapolis WUEAlNo 2 red dD 1R- tORN No 2 mixed Gel 48 OATSNo 2 mixed Y9ta RICHMOND GREENHOUSESII I Phone 188 F Ir OUT FLOWERS i DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS f Ye I- rr +o+o+0q o+o+o +o+o+o+o +0000+o+o+o+o+o+ooo+o +o+o +oro- o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o In here and every housewife wants one or more + + 9 oFURNITURE CARPET or MATTING 0 v 0 0 Take a Look Through Our Stock + t it will surprise you how well antk how reasonably we can + supply your wantsot + 0 New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines o 125 X30 and 35 worth 15O60 ndt65 o o + t CEUTOHER EVANS t 72iIghIPhobe4751o o +oro+ Carriage Satisfaction Here Comfortable bodyfinishgiveNo than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We and retire Get our prices I KENTUCKY F HIGGINS Pop Richmond Ky Matfispn County Roller Mills ttfil4 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuns Crushed Corn Cic Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat 1 Hl RIOEtOF ia nether hxcclleat FioctlR- a4HilH 1a Potts Duerson Ykkea Blatloii Ky r r 11 l LOUISVILLE NASHyiLLE RAILROAD Time Table 111 Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Boroa 146 a m- ArrkoR4phnionde4I5 a m o am Arrive nriiiuati750 a m DattyLeaveArrive Richmond 200 prn Arrive Iatitl330p m Arrive Oinciuna i 610 pm SoInrSeuth Train 3 Dally Leave Be oai111 p m Arrive Knoxvillo810 pm 8olnrSoutN Train I Dilly Leave 1lerpatt1217 a m Arrive a ta1 carryendben adl4c ryJtCltatiR ve4lltlWsneletins car and he1 betpeedCtvctnaat and Knob 1IIlnklflhlI etlhl WH CNtWITlckt Ar hlL Mfir iwii t ni irinci i lLOUISVILLE tmANf1C RV rJo v v trro ti T rf 1- Timlbllik 5t April If IIIa I KiST UOUHD No1 NoS X ealpnaNiStial tIlYRtc 115 tIc Q p- xrllefIv 110 p JR 9 a 11U l1- IJ 101 730 H JKiltjtltle 240asI0901 Butir nu let soo role IWEST BOUND J Vo4 So Ijet l1ltl pasMbela itla Rlcbnrnidif i IISI LO 141- ntctunondar tine d 635pa 122 1JO 001ecaitrtlae 10M a n BWljTltlc Jet tro 10so No hlldG 1 eel 3 clot coruucton al KlelmUvllloton frotu Xexmstou and cincU Btlltiidtl Verut tea 16kiMl front 8belb vIU dud lxjui vlie No6 connect Junction lot Jackioii yurwrfunherlatOrafu- avu Jdittitiijr local itriit or V K aMi II a 1ersslueeIey Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Suirlies Traps DurableGraceful Useful StyliSh repaint repair CARRIAGE WORKS- C MADISON Y Call at T J ifoberley and ass tin best lis ot- COLIAitS T BU iY I AND A TrTHTNG illliajpe4ytoaU i T J MOEXRichtobad Ktnluckri To Citizens of Berea- and Vlirliw My shop iq thjs ino t complete and tlreStat1grWatch and ClockWork Jewelry iRepalrlngTiEtc I work for the mostp roningn- people of JJetei colt rieinitl Work seut 16 me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charges paid One way S G FRANKLIN MT VERNON KUNITCKV RuKEiyct Bank cl lit Ycruo I Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for v IH y Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort end wear Is known throughout the world They have to glre better satisfaction than because the standard has always been placed to high that the wear i IllThe more for their money than they can get elsewhere carry a full line and can insure a perfect inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY t 1IIIIIIIIIIII111111111111111111111111111111111J 1111 Berea and Vicinity I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES J 11 n I 111 I I I I I I III I1I1111 1 Everything quiet in Berea on elec tion day There was no contest The county goes as usual D H Breck of Richmond was in Berea Wednesday on insurance busi ness I Elias Crouch was operated on for peritonitis Monday afternoon and seems to be doing well Rev M K Pasco will preach at the Congregational Church next Sun day morning He will speak upon Differences in Christian Conditions North and South telling some things en at the North during the past mmer Mr Kitchen goes to Need ore Everett VanWinkle and family left NIq Tuesday night for Cleveland where they will make their future homeMisses Bessie and Lizzie Sexton entertained quite a number of their young friends at a Flinch party Sat urday evening Mr John Sexton is at home for a few days Messrs Bicknell Early have rented a part of their store to Mr Chrisman who will occupy it for furnitureMr has gone out into the country with Mr Frank Hays as guide They will go into Perry countyTaylor Gabbard was elected in the seventyfirst district Rev A E Thomson has returned from Washington and New York where he has been on College business Protracted meeting will begin in the Beroa Baptist Church on Mon day the 18th Rev W H Felix DD will preach every night at 7 Professor and Mrs Dodge enter tained the newly married members of the College staff of workers and Dr and Mrs Best on Thursday even ing of last week None who had been married a year were eligible- L E Tupper was in Richmond Saturday on business Miss Mary Hoskins was defeated for Superintendent of Public In struction in Leslie county by the independent candidate- A P Settles young baby boy was quite seriously burned last Friday while playing with matches in the momentaryabsence of its mother He is doing well nowINot Ready To Die A good anecdote is told of a certain bishop who was orderd by his phy sician to Spend the winter in Algiers The bishop said ho had too many engagementsWell lord bishop said the specialist Tit either means Algiers or heaven bishopfarll e hl1IHIHHt11 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 The November Magazines McClures presents something goodfeaturesfeature is the first number of Carl Schurzs Reminiscences of a Long Life This will certainly prove a popular series of papers Charles Lummis continues his articles on Pioneer Transportation in America and tells of the mule skinner and bullwhackers of the Santa Fe Trail The stories are well up to the high standard of the past probably the best being Rudyard Kipliugs With the Night Mail In this the author writes in n most startlingly realistic manner of the passage of tho air ships of the next century as though they were real and one al most looks up to see if tliery is pot one overhead But probably the article that will draw the most atten tion is Ray Stannard Bakers on Tho Railroad Rate This is timely edu cative and clear and lays the found ation for a much needed understand ing of this much becloudedsubject Every voter at least should read this Pearsons for November is a good number and will bo well received The serious articles are especially good and the stories are up to the average if not a little better Of tho first probably The American Di plomat in Foreign Eyes and Night in a Marconi Statinn are the most substantial The Story ADuel of- Two Ocean Tramps is the best though Wodehouse line anothorof his Gentleman Pugilist series and Don Q appears in his usual calmlysuperior role The National is a special Thanks giving number and has several un usual features The illustrated arti cle by the Editor will be found interesting The Irrigation article by Mr Wright should be popular The story of tai Philippines Nun g PatayDaang is the best Madison County An interesting paper prepared by Hon C L Seamy for the State Do velopmout Convention which met f Louisville in October has tho following in regard to Madison County Madison has quite a number of flourishing towns and villages all i a prosperous condition Berea has bank brick manufactory a good newspaper the Citizen also one of the best equipped colleges in the State possessing a large endowment fund having about twelve hundred white students from all over the United States This college is o great benefit to the poor children o Eastern Kentucky as they can pay their tuition in work Another bank at Kirksville and Paint Lick Waco has a bank two good flouring mills three pottery manufactories and a brick manufactory The Argent a newspaper is published at Valley View Moberly has a brick and til- Ing manufaotoryI s ht11IEIH1H I ij College Items HERB AND THERE 1 111 1 1 II+1 t I 11II i1II It111 Mr E C Jones the genial tree seller sometime a resident of Borea locatedat McWhorter Clay county and is still advising allenterprising young people to como to Bores to school j Libraryhasi General O 0 Howard passed Bo- I reu on the train last Tuesday am- sent his good wishes to tho College j Professor and Mrs DJnsmoro art at Salt Lick at present Their uexi address will bo Riuggold Fleming county OhicagoIllGamble for a few days The socials that are being given bj Dr Hubbell are proving n great sue cess He entertained tho First Year Academy on Tuesday night of this weekProf Edwards left Thursday of this week for Columbus Ohio Where ho will attend the Central Ohio TeachorsAKsociation fJKfc Tho many Borea friends of Miss Nourse will bo glad to learn that she is now at the Auburn Hotel Cincin nati Ohio Tim Gymnasium has a new set of helpinfor the out door basket ball and it is hoped that a great number of the students will takepartin this game out doors =The members of Alpha Zeta hold thou annual oyster stew last Friday evening on Leos Knob Thomas Dean of Mississippi a student in the Eighth Grade was called homo this week by his parents who will start to England in a few days where the family will locate Miss Doreing gave an interesting talk on her work in the Congo Free State at the Tabernacle Sunday night She says that the reports in regard to the atrocjous cruelty of the Del gian government are true Berets Opportunity Borea Oct 27 The greatest need of the mountain people today is a deep and permanent spiritual uplift This moans a groat stride forward in prayermeetings Sunday schools and all Christian workThe great opportunity of Boron College consists in being able to send back to their homes students filled with the Holy Spirit boys and girls fitted to be lenders in the deepest spiritual life of the families and tho churches from which they came M K PAS O Bere vs Mlllersburg Military Institute Under weather conditions that were ideal for a fast snappy game of football Berea defeated the cadets from the Millersburg Military Insti tute last Saturday afternoon 42 to 0 Berea went right after the young soldiers from the start and touch downs came with delightfulregular ity Every man was in the game for all ho was worth and as the lino stood like a stone wall time after time against the desperate rushes of Millersburg it soon became apparent that they hadno show at all Boreas backs gained almost at will and made nil sorts of runs from 25 to 50 yards Teamwork was very much in evidence and the splendid interference was about all that could be desired During the second half Berea sent in five subs but oven this made no appreciable difference in their playing They were in the game to wipe out in some way the two defeats suffered earlier in the season The feature of tim game was tho perfect goal kicking of Welch Compared to tho good all around playing of Berea M M Ihad no particular stars but the cadets put up a pretty plucky battle 31 M L Llgrr UP SEILEA Ilovd smith ltft end Hunt Ilerndeh mrIt tntkltdtershCapt King teftguanl HuJson- Tliotn Center Huff Danltli Den mati aight guard Tnadmft CushmannLayooa Kljjhttnd iulkenen Clark Morriwn Quarterback Welch Cairick Dod UKhalfback HowIerStllwell sendernA lI UnlitISubstitutes For M M L Smith Gary Elgin For Berea Stilwell Daniels Cushman Frost A Bender Clark Touchdowns C Bender 2 Vow tIer Welch Ernst Burgess Stilwell 7rfReferee 0 Burdette Umpire Capt Hanold Timekeepers Capt Mickey and Prof Marsh Linear men Frost and Elgin About the most interesting pierce of news that reached Berea this week was the account of how West Virginia University defeated Ken 1Saturdaydefeated Boron two ago Three old Borea boys Hiumnt Ernst and Leahy play on tho W V U cloven and made six of the touch downs which in a measure wipes out Boreas defeat by K S C At least it makes thu follows feel bettor From now until Thanksgiving all interest will center around tho Col legoAcademy game to be played on that day Academy accepted the College challenge Tuesday Tin two teams are about evenly divided as to strength and this game promises to la the boat of tho season in Boron The second team plays tho Wali tors High school team of Richmond next Saturday afternoon The Election Thoolection will ho over when this number of tho Citizen reaches our BulHoribrea and the only thing loft to those who have the right of suff rago will be to ask how far they have contributed to tho success of what Is best in local and state conditions and tho defeat of what is bad and harm ful It is well to realize that in the main conditions are what wo slake them If the goal people of any state or larger political division would agree on any policy there is no doubt that that policywould carry It is the good jxxjplo who by their neglect or by their selfish will to have exactly their own way hin der the passing and enforcement of the best and most upbuilding laws What did you do voter to make conditions bettor in district county and state this year Although this election is the oleo tion of an off year yet the issues in a number of cash are of sufficient importance to make tho election of decided interest to all who love their country In Kentucky tho main issue is the election of the Legisla ture and the consequent election of fl United States Senator But this is a matter of general interest while the thing of practical importance to each community and citizen is on to the passage of tho constitutional amendment It is not a question of advance but a qttcstiotniB to whether ivo shall retain an advance already made or take a stop backward in our Political developmenti Across time Ohio river tho issue is largely as to lass rule Shall the Boss be suppressed and thoso who use him rebuked Hon John M Iattison the Democratic candidate for governor declares It is a battle MI Stato Issues alonu It is a battle for clean politics honest and cconotn coal admiustrntiou of public affairs md against bossism and grot Governor Horriok is a fine man and a popular but unfortunately for him ho is identified in the public mind ns one who at the least takos advantage of ring rulo and the friendship of a Joss who has received the well mori ted robuku of the national Administration Tho outcome will bo interestingIn time sole question of more than local interest is as to the passage of the socalled Poe amendment to the State constitution This amendment if carried will probably disfranchise thirty thousand negro voters and will make it possible to exclude many thousands of naturalized voters from the franchise Under this amendment tho candidate who appears for registration on the olec tion rolls must be able to read tho constitution or to explain its provisions when these are road to him Any person however can bo registered regardless of the reading teat if he was entitled to vote on the 1st of January 1800 or if ho is descended from such a voter Tho most con spicupus leader of the campaign for the amendment is Senator Gorman The accepted leader of the Republi can opposition is the Hon Charles J Bonaparte now Secretary of tho NavyOf the other states whore the con test is of special interest nro New York whore the interest centers around the fight for the government- of Now York City Pennsylvania whore a heroic struggle is going on for the rescuo of Philadelphia from the ring of grafters who masquerade under the Republican banner Cali brain whore an effort is being made to wrest San Francisco from the ing that has taken possession of the weak labor union governor Illinois where the question is supporting Mayor Dunno in his municipalization of the street rail roads Massachusetts where thinly question at issue is as to the extent of tariff revision by thq Federal Government and Rhode Tai land whom the issue is a double one in the first instance as to a revision of the Constitution and secondly as to throwing off or perpetuating ring rule and undue corporate influence in State affairs For Sale One twostory House G rooms front veranda back porch good well small barn and other out buildings Some fruit trees 2 acres of arkaddressr Do You Feel Safe 1 Without Fire Insurance r II You wouldnt miss the small amount itIfwould take to pay insumncc But you would miss your homo if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFE And ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD i and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC i W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK RI Ja0isds11Head roaring and ringing in the ears is a warning of the approachof a cold One or two Laxative Cold Cure tablets taken when you first notice these headnoises will prevent a cold A guaranteedcold cure or your money back Your word for it The Porter DrugGo wconroiuTBu I r 10000000800000 SHOES 1 SHOES at 1 SHOES I o i I 0 0 I 0Ii We sell the famous WalkOver Shoes for Men and Womcn the best shoe on earth for the price a o And wo sell the American Gentlemen Shoes for Meno and the American Lady Shoes for Women made by i HamiltonBrown Shoe Company When you need o- o Shoes call nrsee ur1inibefore buying elsewhere s0 o I of0 I The New Cash Store I o ORHODUS GREEN PROPS looooOjIooooooooooooooo h oNe o i e 4HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE i News of the fast pew Days Col looted and Presented in Condensed Loral IPITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS Prominent Events That Have Taken i Plasc Together With Interesting Foreign Notes Doings of Public Officials News From Russia Emperor Nicholas of Russia iMued appolntinutrpbtWtto freedom to the people Ito Omper- oabdlcata his autocrutlo power an uivoa to tbo populace civil liberty traced on the real Inviolability of per son freedom of conscience Bpoeoh union and oMoetnUon Ho establishes an unchangeable rule that no law 1IIIonforolblo without the approval n o slalo douma and that It shall be poMlblo for tho elected of tho people to exorolso real participation In tho- ucrvlsion of tho legality tho acts tlr tbo authorities appointedtb- y th 9 rAtKaiuti Russia the attack of- dotachmeat a of Cossacks on a eG Trotntoent members of the prof ntons during n celebration led to an mtcounter In which the troops used hoW rifles and killed many persons Hundreds of ions were killed and wounded Uirotighout Russia In nt temple of mobs to liberate political nNBoners At ItOitorr JnDon 22 per ons vere released and all were given up to the mob at llyteoitolc- AntlJewttdi riots teak ptoco at Nor Korod Rtstala ami atlemptA wore inadoto pillage the Jewish stoops a the result of which Uto Jews held n iicmonatratlon la whloh revolutionary sage woes curried Tho council of tho workmens dole milttl at St PotereOurK Ismied a notice i minting out the necessity fur arming workers for a jjedelvo struggle for the coa vocation of a con Mtuent ne nimbly based on universal suffrage w Kb a vlw to the formation of a ilnn ratio republic Tho disorders In it ala continue It is MUmstfed Utah In 10 provincial towns I Gee pesos were killed Dad 10000 wounded within SI hours A Kieft oorrrspoftdent says that the llrtt uh coaautaie bM been riddled with bullets Klshlneff was destroyed by nr sad term Mburte ol O4eeea were i mjiVolHx devai d It ta cUlmed that the anllJewieh i iota la R i elk were lietiiiMted by pan I MU of the ttucoeraef The Juws of New York dty hut up pealed to freeHot Rneeevelt to tiee kin goad emcee anal powerfwl laflu ace lo Indue tbe Run govern utoflt to top the bnrtnl imumrre of- JwI Miscellaneous News Item The 1ivldent ISMMM his procUma lUll aeniin Thurwlay November SO next M 4sy tor tluuikmglvlitg The prerWeat Is back to hie desk in Use white house after his southern 1p Prtidesl ltooeev U reiptnU Its a HHi and profitable rspertenrc likrOfllsrly did be en- Joy tlie awe voyage ClMrtM H DwIlMg retired frost the Hko of awieMHt secretary of the navy which poet he bae held s4nee Ie ember tr tool lit will bo euoceed tocj by Tnimau It Newberry of De troit MIcfICharles A Btllllim of Ucu n WM ppetntetf public printer by the preel dent Tb nortttoii which Actlag IMb Iio Prt fr ItlrkHtB will occupy under the sew udialHlMtrRtkin of the affairs vt the 8 veramant printing oulce will ha dQUrwtoeil by Mr SUltlngs 1IWoItabs now being made by the New York le fatfHtlvv InvoaUgHtlou oomniltloe were nude by Dletrlct Attorney 1Vfl slam T Jerome 3 ct RMrMngs ROW under death sew teHM nt Valdosta Ga taw nmda a- oafsrlun of hiring Alf Moore lo kill VI tartar but be e ys that the kHl lag of the Carter children wai nut in Ibe Hrad The Monthly statunifnt of the puk t lie debt show IbM at the clone of buetaoiH October SI JNi the debt Vea cash la the traawry amounted to l Sr4Si5 whlrh U an luereaee for the mot h nf 6088110 The tonibly tatem nt of tho gov I irnmen rnoeljKB and expenditure shows that for the munch of October 190 tin total receipts were 50482- liil ai he expenditures 55710017I l avlRi a leffclt for the mouth of 5 2I7J48lretill nt Abercroinble of tlio Unl voretty uf Alabanw has been notllled lIy Dr korgo It Parkin of London that there will be no oloctlon for the Coon Rhodes sphotarahlps throughout tho United States next year Charles Baird graduate director of Bthlelltw tt iho rnlveralty of Mlalit InU l+ an recel ed notice of Ills up pontnw nt by tile prince royal of Uroeoe to momborshlp on tho Amorl an coniinlttco for tho Olympian sumo of 1906 Rr Adm Charles W Rao onglncur In shluf of tho United States navy In his anaual report calls attention to tho erUical condition of onglneorlnr In tho navy coil points to the oxploV don on tho gunboat Uonnlngton In San Diego harbor whloh ho says most forcibly emphasize the necessity of amino and Immediate attention e I With ihieo HKII under arrest one of Ahoin J + tall to have made a confoi Mlon and four Important wUnoaiw to confront two of the men who are In custody In New York Hoton mUhorl tloH bollovo that they nro within a measurable distance of a final solo lion of tjio dross suit case tragedy of whloh Siwan Oeary a Cambridge Mass chorus girl was the victim Dr Poroy D MoLeod of Dostoa was arrested In connection with the suit case murder Ho IB charged with performing an Illegal operation on Susan gory the Cambridge chorus girl whose romaine wore found In two suit oases In tho waters of Boston harbor Tho monthly colnngo statement shows that nurtng the month of October 190K the total coinage oxecutod at thin rotate of the United States wad IZlSfiMO an follows Hold 1132 GOO silver J7C2000 minor coins 1204150 tnlomentIcirculationg 7dof 8056009 Several Presbyterian missionariess wore slain By Cfilnoso fanatics at the Lelnchow niljnlon TUo victims of th antEleanor Chestnut Lelnchow is a tow of 12000 Inhabitants situated In western portion of tho province Kwantung at tho head of tho Gulf mTong King and Canton Is the naa oat telegraph station mleeloesacorn was duo in n great measure to the boycott nRltntloirln Clllna which lion aroused tho Chluoao against all foreigner Oompleto Immunity from prosecution under the pending indictment returned by the federal grand Jury several months ego In claimed by J Armour and the other defendant pan ors and nuenUi charged with being pro motors of the socalled Beef Trust In an additional plan In bar fllod by Attorney Joseph Binder the packers represeutatlro Tho etatomont of the post office de partment relative to rural free dell cry for Ootober plaooe the total num bor of routes In the country at 31918 an Increase of SOl r nco July 11111- nola leads tke list of status with a total of SCOS route North Dakota haa 2 SOS Iowa S184 and Indiana 200 Texas Tom Walotn well known among racing men nil over the cute try as a plunger and owner of race horses tiled at the Multanphy hospital St IxnitBt trout dropsy Mbw Hereeiletta Decker deugbter of Justice IWwartl J Decker died at Cumberland Ma as a mink of later aal Injuries received In a young wont Ws football game WllUaw Astor eon of William Wal dorf Astor wa called OH to pay a Ilax as an alien before being admitted lo the United Stake on Ida arrival at New York on the strainer Cedric from Liverpool While running under a fun head of team a freight engine on the Houston Texan Central railroad wan blown to atoms by the explosion of title Roll er three wile south of Knnts Tex Two iwn were killed aad one fatally hurt It In assorted that the Kiel canal Is to be widened and deepkned In order to accommodate the heavy type of war vowels now ooutempaled The fever situation at Peneaoota Via on the Id shows Improvement there being only three case to be re Of Dr Pow ler ThaureJThe aale of MftOO acrm of coal land cue of the largest deals ever oousunv tatted by Vnlontown Pa men was closed The pre erty Is located I- nfoORpU and Marlon counties Vest Virginia and the price paid by the urndlORte Is said to be 1600000 v A II Stletoiey president of tile CW cago Great Western railroad IB quoted nt SBjInjj that President Roosevelts proposed rote bill will pass onntrew- Verjiar Wise IT was killed In a toot ball game between two hlfili j obool teotw at Cliknga- IB boner Or Uif ltd anniversary of the birthday of Joke atnpllror qt Jnpan BftdfMMaHI lToJilOA canal tJlhI1I for Wa 11131 6 la A ns Yojit a R re oentlm nntl Iflteumt ni Shtffj+k at wbkb about MIO were present The contest for Ute typewriter Cham kMshiv ef the United States was bold to New York The winner wan Paul Munter of New York who wrelo 1000 words In SO intents Bnalneaa failure In the United ltah e for the week ending November S number 160 as against 178 the previ Otis week aw In the like week of IMi 216 In 1M3 and 118 in 1902 The agUcUOB in favor of association football has tuaeh l Princeton univer sity and all titans Interested In form lag a team tact and decided to organ ue such a team immediately The Hotel Lexington Oulotfgo the l roH rty of the endowment rank of the Knights of Pythlaa has been sod for 100000 giving that rank u surplus of 11400000 An effort will now be made to dispose of property located at WII mington Dol Former State Senator Hanna of Clay county unit a loader of Kansas populism declaretf that RoosovellMs a popuIUl and that Ills party would r s nominate him for president In 1908 Secretary Taft arrived nt Panama cud was received at tho station by n I special government commission In company with Gov Mogoon the secre tary paid a visit to President Amador and his cabinet Tho navy department Is arranging to have tho preliminary trial of the bat tioahlp Virginia now building at NoW port News take placo about Novem ber 21 I Ur rail by the commandOMnchlef of the North Atlantic fleet the sujwr ntendent of trio naval academy anJ the governor of Maryland his serene hlglinmw Rr Adm Prince IX UM of Dattenberg and the armored crulsor sqiindron under his command on the day of their arrival In Chesapeake bay at Annapolis Md have been made tc know and feel that they are heartily welcomed to American waters and Am oilcan soil- GlaMm clinked with a ring of good fellowship aft the hoalths of King Ed ward and President Roosevelt woro drunk by their faithful officers stand Ing nt the thinner of Adm Evans on board the Mayflower to Adm Prlnco Louts and the officers of tho British squadron Ills highness proposed the health of President Roosevelt and Adm Evans the health of Kng Ed ward With great eclat Rr Adm Prlnco Louts of UaUonfitorff was received by tho President and Mrs Roosevelt Tile prlnco was the bearer of a pore tonal massage of good will from lang Edward to President Roosevelt and was presented to the president by Sir Henry Mortimer Durand tho British ambas itdor Rr Adm Prlnco Louis of Battonborg lunohconIof the war department and Mrs 011 nver and at night was entertained at a dinner gluon by Walter Boaupro Town emrwas statonroom o the president had a distinguished com pany to meet Britains admiral prince Mix James Bronnan of Minneapolis lInn quarreled with her husband and after he had gone to work she shot nnd killed two of tho children a third died In tho hospital and another it not expected to recover She then turned receivedka breast believed will result In death Alaska will hero a railway Its entire length from north to south which will give communication with tho outside world If plans that are being formulated in Los Angeles Cat aro car sled out Harry Vhlte former mayor of Seattle is at tho head of the enter prise which Includes an application to congress during tho coming session for n government subsidy 8 W SnngBter accused of leaving sent poisoned candy to his wife nail children was Indicted by the grand Jury at Chicago on a charge of assault wllh intent to kill Three children of Treasurer Fred Jaefceon of Cook county Minnesota owe their lives to the heroic bravery of their tenyearokl brother Archibald who when fire enveloped the Jackson home at Grand Ma rats carried the younger children out of the flaming structure to safety at great peril of his own life- Figures made public on tho member ship of the Hvnngellcnl Lutheran church In North America show 7018 tRton 1SMS congregations 4138414 members 47M parochial school teach ers 2SS9I1 pupils In parochial schools fm Sunday hool 68106 Sunday school pupils and 16M834 contrite uted for benevolences Capt minor P Taggart U S A whose recent tteHsaUoiwI divorce trial alt meted much attention has been de tailed to serve as a member of a court martial which will convene at Colum bus Uarrlcks Ohio to Investigate a number of complaints against soldiers Carl SeJiurz statesman and orator who ha been a prominent figure In national politic for more than 40 years wa injured while boarding a street ear nt Madison avenue and Fortysecond street New York He was thrown to the street sustaining lacerations of the scalp and taco Clarence Von Bokelen a young stu dent of the Santa Clara Cal high school died at a local sanitarium from the otfcota of a crushed skull which Injury ho received during a football Seine Senator Burrowe of Michigan the olutlrman of ilea committee on privl legos and elections says that he ox peals to have the case of Senator Rood Smoot of Utah dleposnd of before the tern of congress ends Now Orleans yellow for report on the Ith New oases 1 total co eff3 SiO It ntht none total deaths 4S1 new tool none oases under treattuent 7 cases iHeohnrted Mil Seven miners were killed In an er Hjoslon In the mine at Vlvton W Va Title Is the second explosion that has occurred In theee inlnos In the last four months The first occurred on July I ot this year lolling ten men- The right of way for the proposed extension bt the Indian Railway Co line to St Joseph Mich has been se cured This extension when construct ed will complete nn Interurban line between Chicago and Pittaburg One man was shot and fatally in jured and four other persons wore stabbed In a fight in Chicago brought about by n discussion pf the present revolutionary conditions In Russia The men who woro Poles and Rita sinus bccamo Involved In an argu mont In n saloon Il la state on good authority that Emperor Francis Joseph has decided to Fran universal suffrage to Austria and has Instructed the premier to draft n measure on a comprehensive basis The chine government encour aged bj the Japanoso succcsa is adopting a ItcIII policy against foreign entcrprisciBj flatly refusing now mining end r twii1 concessions and cancolllngold concessions by pur chase or otherwise Christopher Robinson Canadas great constitutional lawyer died at Toronto of pneumonia THE RIOTS IN ODESSA Horrifying Massacres anti Fiend isle Cruelties t Tho Number of Killed Is Estimated at 3600 and Wounded 12000 Vic tims Left Lying on the Streets For Hours London Nov GThe Odoaea corro jKinOent of the Standard under date ot November 6 sends further sensa tonal accounts of tbo riots there lie aye There tiara been moro horrifying massacres and fiendish cruoltlos but the districts whore these took place aro now cordoned by troops Proba bly the total killed will number 3BOO and the wounded 12000 In tho sub urb of Moldovanka a thousand victims remained in tho streets front mlduliflit until noon when tho authorities hast cued to collect and bury the bodies In groat pits In order to conceal their numbers Two private doctors attend bothlaoxosabout the head and shoulders with say bore The Intost accounts of tho devasta lion In the Jewish quarters add horror to the situation Decides niimer oils mills all tho bakeries shops and nearly GOO homes have been destroyed The Jews killed in every common wealth wore treated with revolting barbarity Heads woro battered with hammers nails were driven Into the bodies eyes woro gouged out and oars covered Many bodies wore disem boweled and in some cases petroleum was poured over the sick found In collars and thoy wore burned to death SEA COAST FORTIFICATIONS Annual Report of Chief of Engineers Alexander Mackenzie Washington Nov C Sixteen mil non dollars will be necessary to com pi ute the engineering work of fortifi entices of Uio sea coast of the United States under tho plans of the Endicott board according to the report of Brig Gen Alexander Mackenzie chief of engineers There hat already boot appropriated for this purpose 28093 431 Permanent projects at 31 differ ont points havo boon adopted and most ot thorn are well under way The defense of the great lakes and 09 St Lawrence river Is under con sideration It Is estimated that 4263364 will be required to put Into execution by Uie engineer department the schemes of the artillery and signal corps for flro control of the sea coast defenses An estimate of 76000 is made for ffnumvement In the Yellowstone Na tJ Uxpendltiirea on river nail harbor Improvements In the United States reached J82S83623 This does not In elude JW0607S under the Mississippi river commission and 107475 for tho enlargement of Governors Island New York AN EXPLOSION OF GAS Dank Building Wrecked and Three Children Instantly Killed pooling Mich Nov GTkrse children are dead and 13 people are Injured ono fatally as tho result of an explosion there which completely destroyed the Miners National bank A gas leak In the basement of tho bank building wns primarily respond ble for the explostoft and loss of life Gas was detected coming from the building and two workmen went Into the basement about 9 oclock with lighted candles to investigate The flame evidently ignited the gas In tho basement for a tremendous explosion follqwed The two workmon were blown through a basement window and landed uninjured In an open box car standing on a nearby track The building was completely wrecked The threo children killed wore pass Ing the building on their way home front church and wore caught In the falling debris Will Remove Headquarters Richmond Ind Nov GArtJlllr J Stribtmnl of St Paul Mina recently appointed major general of the uniform raulr Knights of Pythtas by Supreme Chancellor Cliartes H Shiveley of this city will remove headquarters of Uio uniform rank front Indianapolis to St Paul ExSpeaker Henderson Dying Oibvnu la Nov Gcot D B Henderson former speaker of tho house Is nt the point of death and has teen removed to a hospital Physi clans may resort to nn operation In a last nttempt to save Ms life He IsI Buffering from paresis Head Found in a Handbag Boston Nov C A handbag contain ing n head bollovod to bo that of Su sauna A GoofY tho dress suit caso victim was found In tho harbor A quantity of shot was also In the handbag A Postal Order Washington Nov fl Postmaster General Cortolyou issued an order ex cepting all fourthclass postmasters from Uut operation of the order pro hlbltlng notorlal charges by notaries public who are office employes of tho cxoouUve service Sunday Closing at Minneapolis Minneapolis Minn Nov 6Jor the first time since 1888 tho licensed say loons of tills city wore closed Sunday The action by the Baloonmon of MIn ueapolls was the outcome of an order by Mayor Jonos last Tuesday I r STATE Cl EtE1WHISKY INSURANCE The Recent Advance In the Rates Causes Feeling Among Dletlllerj Louisville Ky Nov 4Tiro recent advance In tho rate of Insurance on tho whisky In warehouses has caused considerable fooling among the Ken luck distillers who It Is understood will fight the move John D Thomp son a leading distiller of tho state with warehouses located at Harrods burg firIng tho opening gun in a let I ter to Claude F Snyder secretary of the Kentucky and Tennessee board of Underwriters at Memphis Mr Thomp son says In part I have Just been Informed by the local insurance agent that he had received Instructions toI Increase the rate of insurance upon oil whiskies stored in my warehouses 116 cents on the 100 making a rate 05 cents Instead of CO cents as here tofore and that this applies to all the distillery bondedware houses In tho state It la a matter of great surprise that the rate of Insur anco applicable to the whole state should bo assumed to bo raised to the oxtont to which It was or changed In any othcrway without any conference or consultation whatever with the In sured and it seems to me that this action will precipitate n conflict and controversy between the companies mid the Insured of a much more seri ous character than those through which we have recently pawed IN AN OPEN SWITCH The Passenger Train Struck and Two People Were Injured Shelbyviro ICy Nov 3Tho cast bound train of the Southern railway Unown aft No 9 ran Into an open switch 200 yards cast of the depot A gondola car loaded with pig Iron was struck W D LIgridge was Injured about the limbs Others were also more or loss hurt The train was crowded Mayor Wills on behalf of the city offered assistance to tho injured None were killed but the num ber of Injured was quite largo Ant tie girl was carried to tim Armstrong hotel and medical aid was called for her The engine was wrecked Had the train been going at full speed the loss of life would probably have been frightful AN UNHAPPY MISTAKE Postmaster Mistook His Guest For a Burglar and Killed Him CentralCity Ky Nov 6A deplor silo tragedy occurred at a very early hour when Postmaster Turn Sweeney of Horob In Muhlenberg county mis taking Tom Mlddloton for a burglar fired the shot that killed MIddlcton In stantly Mlddleton and Sweeney has always been the boat 01 friends and he was a guest at the homo of the postmaster Ho got up early to go Into the yard and was returning to his room when Sweeney suddenly await cued from his sleep opened lire on his guoet and killed him Sweeney Is inconsolable with grief Mlddleton was a single man and about 40 years old Killed By An Officer Plnevlllo ICy Nov 3It dofoloped that Brantley Smith who was killed near the depot was shot by Assistant Chief of Police Anthony Broughlon Witnesses say Smith had boon into ing and trying to raise a row and re slated bnlng arrested Plan New Trust Company Louisville Ky Nov 4O R Hunt Jr has secured nu option on the ground floor of the new Paul Jones building to be erected at Fourthave nue find Jefferson street and the pro posed now trust company will occupy It at a yearly rental of 20000 Big Farm Sold at Auction Georgetown Ky Nov ITho 220 acre farm of Squire S D Trlplott 10 cntod near Stamping Ground has been sold at public auction to Lafe Robin son a wealthy farmer at 60 an acre Mr Trlplett will move with his family to Kansas shortly I Aged Farmer Dies Suddenly IJUwUtftJitown Ky Nov IWmSprigs aged 79 years n wellknown farmer of this county died of heart disease while sitting In a chair at tin reside Ho Is survived by four chll dron Aged Tailor Ds Suddenly Newport Ky Nov IAtlam Haas Jr 00 engaged In the tailoring busl JIeIhe was sctied with a choking spell and died Inter WouldBe Bank Robbers Frightened Loutavlllo Ky Nov 3An attempt was made to rob tho Deposit bank of Sulphur a town SO miles oast of this olty The thieves were frightened away by tho arrival of citizens drone ed by tho explosion Charged With Shooting a Neighbor Scrgent 1y Nov GJnmes Potter republican nominee for magistrate in the DQOIIOB Fork precinct was arrest ed there charged with shooting Rob ort Johnson a neighbor In a quarrel over tho election Johnson Is not mor tally injured No Tobacco Next Year Necdinore Ky Nov GAn organi ration of land owners In Ohio Indiana Kentucky and West Virginia known as the Farmers Union IB securing pledges from farmers not to grow any O l aroo next year REIGN OF TERROR j Mlddlesboro Militia In the Mountains After a Lawless Gang Mlddlesljoro Ky Nov 6A reign of terror In this vicinity threatens to rival In violence the bloody feuds ot Ilreathltt county The Mlddlesboro militia company spent Sunday after noon In the mountains after a lawless gang said to bo headed by Frank Ban wanted for tho murder of John Dolen a barber Hall Is reported to hava with him n crowd of at least 40 men who Intend to resist his arrest to the last Four miles from Mlddlesboro the soldiers attacked a blind tiger and riddled It with stool bullets although they succeeded In capturing nine 0the men Returning to town a roll call of the company showed the ab sdnco of three men whose whet 9boulc are not known Sunday night the town was comparatively quiet but all telegraph wires havo been cut Gov Deckham has been asked to send more soldiers and another company Is expected as the local militia men are worn out by constant duty for the past three days The Mlddlesboro company is in charge of Capt George W Albrecht a loading citizen who up to September last was editor of thou Mid dlesboro News Secrecy is preserved by both citizens and soldiers and it la reported that a telegraph operator has been warned not to send out news ofi the disturbances to any newspapers THE NEW RULE The Employes In Post Offices Can 8s Dismissed For Cause Louisville Ky Nov 3 Postmaster Baker received from time postmaster general a copy of tho ordor recently adopted at a meeting of President Roosevelts cabinet whlcV provides for the removal of government em ployes for cause even though they are regulationsThebulletin and Postmaster Baker con strues this to mean that every postmaster In cities of tho firatclass may dismiss employes If their removal will Improvo the postal service A NEW PAPER MILL t It Will Be Located at Paducah By a St Louis Syndicate Paducah Ky Nov C Paducah Is to havo a new paper mill It will bo located here In a tow weeks by a St Louis syndicate C A Dawes of SU Louis representing the syndicate was hero and arranged for 150 cords of wood a day with a local mill lIe was on his way to RIvortoii Ala to locate the mill but after conferring with lo cal business men decided this was thet better point To Establish a University Lexington Ky Nov 3Tho plan to establish a university In this city by the United Charities of America has mot with the approval of the citi Sons of Lexington D K Southorland national president of the United Char Itles of America has asked what in ducements this city would offer Cashier Sam S Cox Dead Hartford Ky Nov 4A toogram line boon received here announcing tho death of Sam S Cox who tiled at the CbasICounty bank of this place Culmination ofa Romance Lexington Ky Nov ITho mar riage of Miss Mildred McCann anj Dulln Moss by Rev C H H Branch was the culmination of a romance which began by the groom dictating letters to the bride while she was tho public stenographer In the Phoenix hotel Federal Prisoner Bankrupt Covlnglon Ky Nov 3 Bankruptcy proceedings were begun against Chins j W Durrah of It Thomas Ky who was indicted by the federal grand Jury for Illegally receiving and of soldiers nccoutenneat dlposlngITuesday was sentenced to prison at AUantn On f Sawmill Destroyed By Fire Paducah Ky Nov 6Jolre dnitroy od the sawmill of the Uutgetaffonn Manufacturing Co Loss 20000 fully covered by Insurance The origin of the tire Is unknqwn Owing to the disastrous fires that have occurred bm recently It Is believed that they triall of Incendiary origin Blew His Brains Out Ford Ky Nov Gcroi18 the river on the Madison county side Davo GoodpaMer whlto of Bockorsville Ky and Zack Chonuult colored of Madison county engaged In a pistol duel over somo trivial matter Gaol pastor blew Chenaults bruins out kill Ing him Instantly Injuries Were Fatal Covlnglon Ky Nov 6 William funnier died at his late homo front Injuries sustained about a week ago Donnlor was mployod by the Chain pion Ice Co and was thrown trout a wagon when It collided with a streetcar Died at the Age of 92 Years Covlnglon ICy Nov 6Mrs Mario I Clara Osiondorf 92 mother of John M Ostendorf 29 Boone block died at her home In Oak Ridge PondUtou l county Ky Sho was well known this city where she had many IIII 11 III II I I 11 111I1 I I J 11I1 I I I I IH 11111 1 11111111 V Eastern Kentucky News Ko eorreiponaenw pabllibed unless rifttt In full by the writer Tile lAme t It not for publication bat M an evidence of rood faith u WriU plainly LLUU1 1 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 I I JACKSON COUNTY President Frost accompanied by Mrs Frost Prof Rumold and Miss Cameron made a flying trip through Jackson county last week giving a little treat to the young people of several districts They found Harbin- Long teaching faithfully on the Big Hill in u schoolhouse without window sashMrs Anna Hays of Clove Bottom has returned from Berea with improved eyesight and is carry ing on an enthusiastic schoolJ F Marcum at Beech Lick is holding his attendance fairly wellMiss John on at Sand Gap has a goodschool L J Webb at McKee is sustain g his good reputation as a teacher lough some of his pupils are attending the mission school there WA Bingham at Gray Hawk and Kimbo Jones at Flat Lick are determined to keep a good record of attendance till the ena of the season Mr Dean in Egypt has a remarkably good school both for work with the younger and the older pupils Miss Isaacs at Maulden is much loved by her pupils DRIP ROCK Nov 0Iwish to correct the mistake about A H Williams electioneer ing for n bolter The said bolter Mr Perry is no bolter but is run ning independently Election is near and candidates and their co workers seem to know every man Wonder if they will after the election J E Parsons of Berea has the appointment as postmaster at Drip RockBorn to Mr and Mrs Bud Isaacs a ten pound boyMr and Mrs Sheff Miller of Estill county were the guests of Mr and Mrs A C Alcorn SundayMr and Mrs John Thompson were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Parsons Satur day nightTurner Kelly left for Brazil Saturday on business School is progressing nicely under the super vision of J E Sparkman H H Fowler has left for Hamilton Ohio Pox hunting seems to be the go nowadays especially at this place We are letting the Sundayschool ore go down We should get to Hustling and keep it going DOUBLE LICK Nov 7Peoplo of this part are 1rsy getting in their corn Crops nerally are goodA large crowd tended the funeral at Pleasunt Hill 1 it SundayMr Van Winkle kept is regular appointment at Pine drove on SundayJohn Witt fell from his horse recently sustaining a severe injury to his hip but is now doing wellThere is to be a box supper at Pine Grove the fourth Sat urday night in November A hearty invitation is extended to everybody John Witt and General Martin went coon hunting and caught several ground hogs Hard Malicoat has just finished his new barn andsays the ground squirrels willstarveJ M Martin B C Jones and Will Sharps have gone to Richmond on business OWSLEY COUNTY RICETOWN Nov 4Uncle Jim Baker is shaping up to make his cane this weekStephen Baker of this place going to take a tour up north and it west seeking homestead He is uown as tho famous Kentucky cheese eaterThe tie men of this place are still laboring on their tram road Tilmon Greene of this place who is teaching school in Breathitt county came home FridayH H Rice is still electioneeringThe campaign is nearing its close We hope the people will have done them selves and their country a justice by voting for the log cabin which means peace and happiness for ever more Will not all also do their wives and children a favor by sub scribing for the Citizen which means plenty of good wholesome reading matter for all GABBARD Nov 4We have been having plenty of rain in this localityJ L Gabbard and sons have been gather ing corn this weekWm Huffs children are still very sickC B Moore had a bean husking Monday night He says It is a pleasure to have the young folks come in and hullmy beansAllen Davidson candidate for assessor of this county passed through here last week elec tioneering H W Minter was hero Tuesday after cornThe Sunday school at thia place is still progressing nicely There have been some steps taken towards constructing u book case and getting Miss Corts library for the use of theSunday school this winter LAUREL COUNTY Election Day was made interesting by the appearance of Democratic candidates for Superintendent and Jailer President Frost of Berea 41 visited some Beroa students who tm teaching in Laurel and hold an en thusiastic meeting at McAVhortor last week He also spoke at Corinth Miss Ellen Benges school and the Terrell school whore Miss Hibbard has just secured now window sash from the proceeds of a box supper LESLIE COUNTY Leslie County elects a lady for Superintendent Miss Hoskins a well known student of Berea- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Nov 7We are having some very cold weather at this writing Preach ing at Fairview church next Saturday and Sunday Every one attend placel layMrs Etta Lambert and little son Reubie who have been visiting relatives on Scaffold Cane and Davis Branch for the past week returned home Sunday evening C C Drew spent a few days with friends ut Orlando last weekMrs Martha Dobbs and Miss Maggie Lambert visited Mrs Etta Lambert Monday Mrs Ida Wren and Mrs Rosa Grant visited relatives at Berea Sat urday and SundayRobort Smith killed a beef last week ROCKFORD Nov 7Miss Ida McCollom of Berea is visiting Mrs Sarah Stephens this weakP G Callahan and Miss Vergie Martin visited Daddy Todd SaturdaynightW II Stephens and W A Roulett went to Richmond Monday on business Mr and Mrs J J Martin visited Mr and Mrs T M Ogg of Berea Saturday and Su- ndayW P Anderson was In this vicinity lost week buying apples Miss 1 A McCollom visited May Todd Saturday and SundayW T Linrille went to J E McGuiros Sunday on businessWill LinviHes family are all better of scarlet fever Jt did not hurt them verymuch Bro Bryant filled his regular appointment at Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday t CLAY COUNTY MANCHESTER The retirement of Dr Manning from the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction is deeply regret ted by many of the best citizens in all parts of the county The doctor has a right to a feeling of deep satis m good he has accom plished The new Superintendent has a highstandard set for him and he is entitled to the best wishes and cordial support ofallThe most startling revelation in connection with the sitting of the Clay County Grand Jury was regarding the sale of the questions to be used in teachers examinations Evidence seemed to show that a number of teachers were implicated and that the traffic in these questions has been carried on regularly for some years That such longipossible certainly raises grave ques tion as to the integrity of the office at FrankfortPresident Frost of Berea preached at the Court House on Friday night and gave an ex tended address on Education on Sat urday afternoon Several prominent citizens came in from different parts of the county to meet the President and appeared much pleased by his visit and his speeches BURNING SPRINGS President and Mrs Frost of Boroa accompanied by Prof Rumold and Miss Cameron made a visit here last week and into several addresses The President and Prof Rumold spoke on Thursday night upon Edu cation Prof Rumold spoke Saturday r night on Tobacco giving some inter esting experiments of his own showing the poisonous effects of the weed Pres Frost preached twice on Sun dayThe school conducted by Prof Brock and Miss Haagen in the Lorimer Baptist College building is proving a fine success The inter ior of the building has never looked so attractive as since the recent re pairs Every one should visit the school and see the star teaching in the elementary and common branches Farm for Sale Farm of 45 acres five room house good barn and outbuildings About ten acres in timber all of the balance in grass good water for house and stockeverlasting good orchardand small fruits Near schoolchurch and postoffice good mills and bunk within one mile This property can be bought right Call on or address- J R CORNELISON Madison Co Waco Ky Rico Discussion Beroa Ky November 1 1005 To the Citizen On last Sunday night Oct 20 I cad the pjeasuro of hearing President Webor of the Kentucky Wes lean College Winchester preach in the Christian church of that place front the text Who is thy neighbor and I have thought that a report of tho sermon might bo of interest to the readers of the Citizen Tho sermonwas directed against Bucktovvn a vile suburb of the city midas this place is almost wholly inhabited by colored people the sermon brought out some vigor questionThenegro is your neighbor and you can not escape your duty toward him You resent outside interference but yourselvesPresident this point woro interesting and woro ns follows First tho establishment of a public whipping post nt which every white man found in the low nogro dives shall receive thirtynine lashes for on this lowest level of life wo find tho much dreaded society equality Second n workhouso where those who will not work In freedom shall be made to work in confine ment Third a strict vagrant law to enforce slhe dictum that every man shall work of his own accord leave town or go to the workhouso Fourth ample funds put into the hands of tho able Principal of the coloredschools to enable him to establish industrial schools for his peopleI add that this man Professor Gavin seems to have the entire con fidenco of the leading people of Winchester and is working hard to secure tho establishment of nn Industrial School for the colored pupils of that city As a result of this it looks now as though he may attain his ideal thanks to the assistance of such noble men as President Weber CIIAKLES D LEWIS Are Your Buns In Good Shape 1s the cold weather comes on the farmer nail allwho have tho care of form animals should seo to it that these have a warm place when the cold rains fall Not to speak of the Cruelty of making the animals who ire our assistants in making a living shiver around out in the weather while wo are warmly housed it is poor economy to leave stock out in the cold A boast will live on much ass food when housed than is nec issary when the same beast is exposed- to the elements It is like a steam engine Every one knows that it takes more fuel to keep up steam on a cold day than on a warm one This is because so much of the heat goes to keeping the outside of the boiler warm So it is with an an Imal He must keep warm and if he is not housed just so much Of the fodder given him must go to making the necessary host to keep the inside temperature up to the life standard Those who feed cattle for fattening know this and take oaro of their took What are you doing for your cattle A little care and labor will make a warm shelter for them hUll it willsurely pay Is that man a grafter1 I wouldnt say he was fully worthy of the title answered Senator Sorghum He has made a start but hojhasnt gotten away with the goodsTho VashingtonSlar l WORMSiAUdren com- plaIn fre quently of- tieadaches backaches that hei- rstomachs hurt and that they dont feel good This con dition is a- C0mmeaone and the- trouble a almost Invariably due to pin worms Children havent tho strength to com bat their ills and indispositions without the aid of some reliable medicine Dr CaldwellsLaxatltJfi Syrup PepsinI- s an unfailing harmless and absolute cure for worms stomach and bowel troubles and can be used as freely for either baby or the bigger child as for full grown folks If child seems indisposed fever lab fretful peevish and all out of sorts these are symtoms of worms One dose DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN as directed the dejected condition will soon give way to and vigor DRCALDWELLS SYRURPEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if it does not benefit you Your postal card request will farlnir by reran mall our new booklet DR CALDWELL BOOK OP WONDERS and free sample to thole wbo bave never tried this vrOBdatl remedy Write toda- yPEPIIN SYRUP 00 Meatlesile111lael- aFor Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY Interesting Kentucky Items DREW THEIR GUNS Two Men Were Shot Down In the Knox County Trouble Sergent Kr Nov LIt Is reported from Upper Bearer creek Knox county that in an election fight two men were seriously It not fatally wounded Dad blood had existed be tween Henry Hall and Robert and William Jones They had been drink ing heavily and at the polls Pleas Hall a brother of Henry became unruly William Jones attempted to arrest Pleas when he opened fire Tho other faction then began firing and fur 10 minutes the battle raged furl ously After the smoke had cleared away It waa found that Henry halt and Wm Jones were badly wounded TOOK CARBOLIC ACID Breathitt Girl Becomes Remorseful In Lexington and Kills Herself Lexington Ky Nov 8 France Miller a comely young woman of Jack son Ky committed suicide here b taking a dose of carbolic acid In a nt of despondency After she had swal lowed the drug she was hurried to tho Good Samaritan hospital where every effort was made to save her life but she never regained consciousness and died In three hours She waa a mem her of a welltodo Dreathltt county family and her rash act was due to regret over the life she was living in this city She had been here only a few weeks ELECTION TRAGEDY An Old Feud Was Renewed at a Poll fnu Booth Oreensburg Ky Nov SAt tho election held In Upper Brush precinct in this county J L Durrett shot and killed Elijah Warren in a fight between Warren and his eon on ono sloe and Ddtrett on the other Time trou ble originated over an old grudgo Durrett was shot twice and Warrena son once DurrOtt and Warrens Bon will recover All parties concerned are democrats To Test Union Labor Law Newport Ky Nov 8ult was filed In the Campbell county circuit court to test the constitutionality of tho city ordjnanco providing that only union men may bo employed in city work The action waa entered by the Master Painters aasoclatlou and la against the police and flro commissioners Blackburn Sanguine Versailles Ky Nov 8 Senator Blackburn was early at the polls to cast his vote lie was fooling very sanguine of the outcome of the election To a correspondent who called on him the senator said be would havo no statement to she out at present Judge Paynter Vote Oreenup Ky Nov SJudp T H Paynter has been here all day moot Ing his many Monde the voters In Ureenup township district He voted between 3 and 4 oclock the straight democratic ticket also for tho pro gressive corporation ticket Foundry Strike Settled Newport Ky Nov 8The chip pers who went on strike at the New port Foundry and Machine Cos plant last week gave up the fight and returned to work at the old wage scale The men demanded an Increase of from 10 to 11 a week Free Turnpike Knocked Out Newport Ky Nov aTho people of Campbell county defeated the efforts to impose on the city of Newport a bonded Indebtedness to the amount ol 300000 In free turnpikes It is probable that never havo propositions been so snowed under IPOltmuter Hale Dead Sergent Ky Nov SUnclo Rowlet Hale for 30 years postmaster at Rock house and father of John W Hale master commissioner and republican nominee for county judge of Lotcher county died Tuesday morning aged 70 years IDemocrats Sweep Newport t Newport Ky Nov Jang rule boss rule and pernicious activity in politics on tho part of a tow federal I ifflee holders was the cause In Camp bell county of a moat disastrous defeat of nearly all of the republican candl dates Elected President I Paducah Ky Nov SMr Joseph L Friedman of this city has been elect ed president of the Paducah Traction Co and the Paducah Light and Power Co Those properties wore recently void to an eastern syndicate for 1400 D00 Elected Mayor of Dayton Dayton Ky NoV SJohn Kruch ten was elected mayor of Dayton He Is a democrat Ills majority was 404 Hales Keller rep was elected city treasurer and Charles Bird dem was elected city clerk by 9 votes jProbably His Last Vote Richmond Ky NoV SWm Find Icy was shot and fatally wounded tookImuch election whisky No arrests have yet been made IAfter Long Service Louisville Ky NoV 8omclal returns from the First ward created a surprise John Letterlie who has been representative from this ward lathe legislature for 30 JfIIZI VTM tham uIJ tS Furniture is a NecessityY- ouK must have it to make your home or room look and feel i for to winter There comfortableItime to buy than now the things you need i ingroom and Parlor Furniture DinIroom Suites Desks Carpets Shades Pictures etc w LOUIS 0 LESTERK wNext to the Mill Chestnut Ave Phone x3 Cut Prices on American Fence Wire 7 Vire 26 in high ft 20c per yard 9 Wire 39 in high t4 25c per yard- ro Virc 47 in high i 28c per yar- dI Wire 55 in high 30c per yard A P SETTLL Jr A Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1856 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Stdis from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCE Two years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Cmpantry Printing Housework Nursing two years NORMAL COURSES For teachers Three council reading to County Certificate State Certificate and Stato Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Pour years fitting for College for business and for life COLLEGE COURSES Literary Soltmttflo Classical leading to Baccalaureate degrees MUSICChoral free Hued Organ Voool Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will hull thunwulrea toward a Christian education Our instruction in a free gift Students pay n small incidental few to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance ISxpttiuxM for fall term of 14 weeks may bn brought within 52060 Winter tern of 11Wltlktt f2700 Spring total of 11 weeks 2126 Fall turm apeed September 19 The School is endorsed by DwptMta Christians Dioiples CongregH tioualists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations r adviceaddress For information and friendly the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky GREAT CENTRAL c II A n teas UwqiMUOC C d L The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trellis All New t- oTOLEDOArlh DETROITTIlHOLOll CARS TO Charlevolx 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