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II to II 1M1NI SUBSCRIBE lL TODAY NU J a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 I I BERBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11 IM NO THE rlllTOU anal MANKIKII IMUInhodaUhoofflooolTIIK Horeu Ky- Katmtl at tht loit + Jtrt at limn Ayne elwsa- bdew uvillnuilltr Zelcel Makes Sonic Gemnil KctiiurUs to Ituuhcii Now Itulw IveKot Hime thing lo Mr And yet may l e uliuuldnli I kind u tliuiiiiht mini time I uonM Then kind tf IlKxiglit wouMnt- llsalmii Ilili Ujlii out o IIllIhbIThem cnnle and mI r Now thems hederllltasychairs And there licKls a nluklu ILlIollo lie a kvrmnn Rube Im nut the lAinVt anointed And m the heats of my tHonmIMay Imtuiiifwtiat dlJolnUd Just kind o mlinl like tlitno aril shower Uktrlianicvfiil April weather Hut ut take thllfllu plckem up Ami put rrn nrnljlit together And nnl wham Btxhii whliky Mulct When thlnn seem to undo you It only maken matters worm When two bail timing pimut you Jutt look your itant lurk III lie face It hurt but trln andbrar It For mm ol grit It win tine rare And own the world or stare II We cant nil tx like Waihlnntoti And ito great Ihlnn as he did And dady all Ihli mighty land For but one dally was needed lleildea II all were Jilt like him Thru ill men would be rkel And who the deare would Ilka to hear The el jurnt thought ol Zekel We cannot nil be architects Owl ilonnt think we ort tor For snide must hew and haul tbn stones And tome trout tote the mortar lint II the Ubur that you dd Dont MMm ccunequenllal- what Mitn other hike foci 1 ynay be aacnllal Now huts when hunt luck none yourway Just once try thin experiment do hunt wide orUl nrlchlmr up Art take a dmue of merrlinrnl Youll l Mirprtfd hnwqulck the load Ii lightened that you carry The dCTlla blue that tortured you Cant tilde with man that merry- I own I haint a bit ol use For mm who have no laughter Ttiryn tomlalonratookln round lor grave While the lunrralaooollu after I feel when one of them mina round A Wr tcrn Micnn mnnr While little arctic clrrle come And creep all up and down me nut hun the ihlnliut lliuor tube Its BaUiis own temptation For In and ilu are next of kin Ant crimes a clone relation 80 leer lifes burden like a man nit rlclit and shun the evil And In the end you II conquer aura The world thr lion the devil C ItllTXAN The Wide World Retorts from South Africn are atilt inoro discouraging to tho people or England Gou Buller hns rondo throe nnsnccosHfnl nttomps to relieve LadjHinith nod a foflrtli nttcmpt ill ttboiit to lio mado Oon Jotibort linn himself Itxl nn army ugninat Oen Duller and it sotnn probable that the latter will forced to fall buck anti leave tho city to its fats English papers now agree that tho situation now in Africa has bcou unparalleled since tho timo when Lonl Coruwnllis was Hhiit up ill Yorktown by tho Americans AH a result the people of Great Britain not greatly concern oil over tho continued reverses nUll hope for great things of Lord Rob erts now in fliiprmnu command State and County Tho situation in Kentucky Is not as suggestive of civil war as it was last week The case of the Republi cans hits IHJOII presented in Federal Court at Cincinnati nut is now being hoard Hostilities art suspended temporarily though the Democratic wing of tho Legislature still meets in Louisville and goes through tho mockery of doing business oven though without u quorum at times Gov Taylor announces that ho is taking it easy mud not crossing bridges until ho comes to them Tho situation looks Moro favorable to the licptihlicaus now than it did last week 1ho Southern Railway will build its proposed Hurgin extension through Lancaster if tho citizens of that vicin ity can raise a bonus of S25000 to pay for tho right of way Capt J Speed South a prominent citizen of Madison county died last Thursday morning at his homo in Richmond Civil Service Examinations aro to bo hold at Louisville March 1G and April 17 Lexington April 15 j Owens boro April 4 Danville April 20 Cov ington April 4 nrr 10 THE CITIZEN I50c TillI CITIZENT PERSONAL Mrs J llurdettu WM III last week lr Martin of Klnciton was hi town Monday Wllllflm KliKttc 01 Corn Sulphur was In town t Monday II II ClirlMiun and wife arrived hero loll i MfwilHj fur a ihort visit Intf IMsewenitn Illrhmond on Col 1IoIlhIIIlaII It llarrli was here over Sunday returning Monday to hli liomr at Whltn James Held of Ohio arrived yralenlay fur a e rMt with his nephew lulph Field t Mol Nixon returned Friday niter an extended rtilt wild relatives at Ml Vcruon Ohio J l onard Peter returned last week from Iliidniull after baring hll eyes treated MnIiCIllctanlon runic up from Conway t Saturday silt U vt ltlng with the Mlw a Utehanlton U P White of lilchmond penl several dayi past week on bustncea for hie investment company Mr mid Mrs J C Coyle left lart Saturday foruvUlt with their toll Charles and molly altFort Hltncr hill Dr IL II swim wu here from Wlldle on burl t nesa ycitrnlay lie n1 rta that smallpox earl there arc Improving Mr lIlI Jones of Wau rcturntil yesterday to herholae alter a two weeks visit with her nephew C M White W n sharp and wife of Union MIIU went home ywtorday after vlilllng for a few days with their nephew J C Sharp and family Harry TM ld a former resident of Here wu In town lot week to attend the funeral of him fattier WtJIxiii Todd Harry U stow located In Italic county Rev fleorge Awcalell Monday for 81 IxiuU where he will receive medical trvattnrnt He ci rcU to Je gone some time but Ida stay U rortdltlone upon bU Improvement In health F U Dlckhuon left yesterday for Klchraond when he will arch time C U ball tram the coming Several C C boyt were In town Saturday and lucccvdrd In rntldlig him away Key and Mr K IV co yell yesterday fur llouatil lllllTrnn where Ihey are to conduct a Krloa of special inevtlnK among students of the Academy there They will probably via It Chattanooga before their retur- nLOCALS Morse for sale CITIZEN oilicu For Halo two bicycles ut FJO an- dfI2ut CITIZEN oflice Tho editor spent 1Vtduesdayand Thursday visiting Rockcaatlo people eopla in tho interest of tho CITIZEN Frank Jones who keeps store at Scaffold Cane Jhns built a store at BOOIIOH Gap Switch and will soon benotl yforbuwimou There are sovtral cases of small pox at Wildie in tho families of James Parsons and W H Jones Tho disease is quito severe in sonic cases but SCoutS to bo under control Mrs Rosa Hays died last Thurs lily after being sick for sonic timo There had been smallpox in tha fami ly but it is now reported that her death was caused by some other trou ble Last week wore hold a series of prayermeeting ono each night at 030 being conducted by souse mom ber of tho faculty Tho attendance was good and considerable interest was shown Korea has a night operator for tho present at least Tho operator at Wildio has tho smallpox suit so that placo is cut out temporarily Anight man was sent hero Monday and be oncoI is now cQnfidonl or the near approach of n year of pros perity such as sIlo has not had for several years Many of tho business houses thurd are preparing for a largo increase of business this year The approach to tho stairway leading to the offices in tho IInnson Building has been put in good shape by tho College Now let some other property owners on Maui street do a little work on their sidewalks before iomeono steps on n loose board and jringa udaningo suit for injury re everywhere There are four pikes which meet in Bnroa nt tho cor nor of Main old Chestnut streets mil on them it is possible to travel in considerable comfort for long dis Lances It is a disgrace therefore that all tho streets in town except Mum ire almost impassible Something to remedy this condition needs to bo lone nt onco Time bloat of lambs on the hillside and tho peep of young chickens on ho sunny side of tho farm houso ire evidently indications of tho ap- pronching spring Tho farmer is sparing for another crop and grub ing fencing and railsplitting is ho order of tho day Tho faithful lousewifo is kept busy cooking and orviug as tho occasion domands Dont irritate your lungs with a tubborn cough when a pleasant cud effective remedy may bo found in COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Prico 25 and 50 centa S E Welch Jr OZ zWOZ 7zWWzii OZ7OZ OZ o A PROCLAMATION OFiECONOMY for the Fall and Winter t Season in Mens and Boys Fine OLOTHiNG I to cloth you with the I n1 rlishiy made absolutelyclrKareprepred I In America Ulghtlymude IIIL l ol famriu Vltalu Ilrand jjfl- Ihc only rendylowear Clothing Tailored ou qstrlrlly Mlrntlllc hale In clean well Kfr ventilated workrooms Perfect flttlneand Wear nrUtlng beratiko the inside the Jj Vllai Uie very tile of KtfloIII is Iuclllhceo In making represents the erI- emlilurc of time and thought suit is a dcelded rontmst to tailoring in ordinary rradytowcar Clothing The Fabrics that wo show are the very newest designs that will Ito acid tide waton Many uiiflnnl exclusively to HI In the face of the nlmvv facts The must extraordinary feature combining our greet otter le that wo W0 do Mll our Clothing ate b1Iu1 LESS MONEY Than elsewhere slow ran we afford lo sell h highgrade Clothing for less money Mi than elsewhere Our answer l pure and simple Ours A a modern store constructed Pa strictly on progrc lve plans our Clothing U Mild on the smallest margin of profit j depending on a large volume or buntncu more Clothing we sell the greater M our purchatlng iofer the lower our price thate the story In n nul shell NSp b COVINGTON MITCHELL RICHMOND a KENTUCKY ls s s Tho Southern railway has set aside ono million dollars for building an extension Ixstwooii Chattanooga Tcun stud Stevens Ala The distance is ag miles An entrance into Chatta nooga is now secured by the Southern over the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis Two surveys have been tniulo Ono provides for a tunnel under Lookout Mt and the other which would bo longer will bo less expensive The road will bo built at oncoLouisviilo Commercial A number of students living in near by counties left for homo Satur day and Monday on account of the small tax scare Such people do not realize tho foolishness of running away from a place where quarantine is established and going where through carelessness they are far more likely to be exposed to tho dis ease Dr Cornelius is authority for the statement that there is no small pox hers now and his judgment is surely good Use proper precautions vaccinated and you will bo id right Geo Noland Rockland 0 says My wife load piles forty years Do Mitts Witch Hazel Salvo cured her It is tho boat salvo in America It heals everything and cures nil skin diseases SE Welch Jr The livery mon of Richmond re cently hold a private meeting and arranged n schedule of prices which have already gono into effect The livery proprietors signed an agreo mont not to break any part of the schedule Tho one doing so will have to forfeit a cool ono hundred or so The first thing to create a stir in town was tho 25ceut charge for hitching a horse on county court days On Monday morning farmers worn no tilled of mho now price and as a result sonio of them sought cheaper places than livery stables This combina tion may not pleaso tho farmers but will pleaso those who formed it Tim livery men claim they cannot afford to hitch on public days for less- Pantograph TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is no panacea but is recommended for Piles only These it will cure Price BO routs in hot ties Tubes iGcents S E Welch Jr Kdltnrof the CITIIES- 1louko allow pare for a few lines In regard to the itudcut from Ownloy at Ikrea College OldOurlcylt well reprmnied In Deceit lids winter there Mug about 52 students hero They nro trying leant to Improve their opportu nities by being punctual In attendance and by being Mudlou Iamgladtostythat our claw ea InWhltoa Arithmetic and Review History taught by Mr Dcrttilck are agrcat Owsleyaludenlimet recently and organ ized n County Club electing Mr Derthlck 1rctldcnt Taylor I Onboard VIcoprca Miss Nannie Reynold Sec Leonard peter Tress and Stephen Gabbard 8 at A The club meets every Friday from to 51 M and to far le a The constitution providing for the election of honorary members Mlu Kllcii Click G A Slzcmoro and our teacher Mr Putnam have been elected to membership TAYLOR I QABBARD Faults of Digestion cause disorders if tho liver and the whole system ocomea deranged HERBINE por octs tho process of digestion ands imilation and thus makes puro blood Price 60 coats S E Welch Jr DIED WITHOUT PAIN Mr John Smith of Richmond Ky un honest upright man hada large jaw tooth and the nerve died nut he did not know it consequently thi death was without pain His tooth thon began to ache and his face bo wan to swell lie wont at once to Dr Hob ou mud ho filled tho tooth at ouch the tooth though dead is ns good now as over and Mr Smith is eating his meals on it three times n day uda tooth like this will las from 10 to 20 years and not cause any pill your tooth ache or whoa ypi want any hcieutilic uptodate advice about your teeth see Dr Hobson next door to P 0 Richmond Ky Solid gold tooth So 50 Teethex trndod 25 coots Examination free Office o en at night All work guar anteed Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartl aclally digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recoil structlng the exhausted digestive organs It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in cfllcicncy It Instantly relieves and permanently cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Sick headacheGastralglaCrampsand- ollotherrcsultsof ImnerfectdlRcstloa t Prepared by EG De Witt A Co Crjlcao S K WELCH Jr E C Siggers patent lawyer Wash iugtou D C has an advertisement in this issue about patents Are you restless at night and harassed by n bud cough Use COUSSENrf HONEY OF TAR it will Bocuro you sound sleep old of feet a prompt nut radical cure Price 25 and 50 cents S E Welch Jr Marion Gadd near Wildie diets last weekFrequently accidents occur in tin household cause burns cuts sprains and bruises For use in such casts BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT Juts for many years boon the constant favorite family remedy Price 25 and 50 cents SL Welch Jr Lyon Adams while working for Lafo Moore near Berea shot hiuiscl Monday through the right knee It was another case of a pistol that was not loaded Children who are troubled with Worms are in tho face fretful by spells restless in sleep have blue around their eyes bad dreams vnrmliln appetite pick the nose VERMIFUG parnsitosreo F INDEPENDENT iU WEEKLY 50c All for thin GESIGNS Charges moderate JENNESS MILLER SHOESFor the Stylish Are the the Perfect Young and by Us Fit the Intended No Other DOUGLAS CO 27 West Main The Berea Monument Co TieJrexult of good work and reasonable prices that tOe now have cutttnners in all of the Slate When scant Anything in the monument line Let us know and tee will tend you designs and price Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky 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trees Know secrete of Iho sky All night they see the silent march Of starlight pausing b- And shadowy breaths of mystery Unheralded draw neAr From stranger lands from unknorr ralm They bring a message clear All day the highest branches ralao Their tiny hands to heaven And unto pleading urgency Are happy answers Riven From and azure riywanderingbeas bright they gleam The secrets of a wider world The unseen and the seen Elizabeth French In Springfield Republican Copyright teas tv D Aprlton Co All rights rewrveJl CHA1TKU XXVI CONCRRNIXO MANY THINGS One short antI desperate attempt was Made to rescue him Aleut a dozen iorse men charged right at us and for a moment it appeared as if they would succeed But we were too strong and although they in flicted severe loss on us killing Himlc Nero amongst others they were cut down all but sue allvwas lost and determined not to be taken himself galloped to the quay andstriking hiii spurs home leaped his horse far into the river and made for the vessel The stream was running fast and strong but the good least despite his burden struggled bravely against the flood To relieve the horse the cavalier having torn oil his morion slipped from the saddle and with his hand on the pommel attempted manfully to swim beside the animal The weight of his cuirass however bore him down Twice his head sank below the water twice he rose again and battled with the flood Those on the ship made no effort to save him and we on shore could do nothing lie had now fight ing every inch of hn way drifted astern of the vessel and some one flung a rope at him His hand reached out to clasp it but missed end then the undercurrent caught man and horse and dragged them down lie row yet once again his white despairing face turned towards us and with n supreme ef fort of hate shook his clenched hand at me and was gone So died Crcpin DEntrangucs the death of e brave man unyielding and fighting to the last The yellow Ti1er hissed in white foam over the spot where he sank Perchance the mad currents dragged his body down to the slime of the riverbed picked it up again in their swirl tossed it in sport from one to another and finally flung it to rot on some lonely bank where the gulls screamed above IC and the foxes of the Marcmma gnawed at the rusty armor andsnapped and snarled over the white bones in the moon light Kveryone knows the history of the times and it is not my intention to dilate on this but merely to sot down without comment those matters of state in which Fortune al lowed me to play n part When Ccsare nur tendered at Oilia the Jlorgin were broken for ever and Valentinois allowed after n short confinement to escape to Spain where be died like a soldier Now that the game was in their hands the aura began to quar rel amongst themselves the French king to drivel away his opportunities In gayety and the Venetians to step in in their Mont Se rene way and claim a share of the spoils for tho Lion of St Marls Fvcnts moved quickly the genius of the Great Captain won vic tory after victory for Spain the death ol Francis Piccolcmiini paved the way for the accession of Ilouverc to the papacy as Julius JIand the Holy league was formed by means of which the French were finally driven from Italy Thus in a few years the workof DAmboise was scattered to the winds but long before that time I hail sheathed my sword and concerned myself 110 more with war But on time day that I surrendered my prisoner to DAmboise and Orsini the for timer already in thought sat in St Peters chair and the latter at the very least ice agined himself the Lord of the Itomagna 1 sent forward couriers with the news of my success io the cardinal and ere we reached Malafcde met with a return messenger front lAmboie hearing n brief fate of con gratulation and adding that Colonna had made term to evacuate the portions of the city he held Tho mcsenger informed me that the llailly of Caen had already entered Home by the 1orta Iia and that finding himself between two fire+ old Fabrizi Colon nit had made u virtue of necessity and by yielding now reserved himself for another duy This enabled me to go Lack by an raster route than we had come and as we rode through the Ostian gate I could not help contrasting my present entry to the day when Jacopo and I had reined in our weary steeds to let the Borgia pass and give his following the road At the Ponte S Angelo surrendered my prisoner to Orsini in person and truly thought he would have but a few hours more to live for dentil Vir ginio had a long score to settle with the Uorgia and a longer memory for a wrong The blood too of Paolo whom Ccsarc strangled at Sinigaglia and that of the Car dinal Orsini whom he brutally murdered in Rome called aloud for vengeance Cesare himself seemed to be aware of this for whereas up to now he had remained In a sullen silence he found tongue to implore me in the most servile manner not to de liver him to Orsini and when I told him 1 had no option he tried to creep out of his litter and lay his cup at the feet of his enemy Orsini spoke nothing lIIerelor dering him to be borne to S Angelo but ae the Horgia shrank back into his litter he said with a grim smile that he trusted the duke would find his entertainment to H liking How it happened that CesarocmzGr oil with a whole skin I never knew but bOo didas I have mentioned above and it ur passes belief lie turned cur at the last and tho low blood showed in him but ho was one of those men who knew how to be thoroughly bad Orsini took back life lances saying ho had need of them so that it was with my cwn few men that I reached the Palazzo Cometo I must except Han Je Nero from this number and I was truly sorry for his death for his was an honest sword The cardinal received me in the little chamber where we had supped with Machiavclli He bad thrown aside his clerical habit and was m mail but wore hit barcttini on his head lie was more than kind congratulating me heartily on my success going so far as to ayrthat by capturing Ccsare I had given a kingdom to France I then left him with I further assurance of his good will towards me and saw him no more for the day Towards the umall hours of the next morn- Ing I was arowedram a deep sleep by loco r i po Starting uPi Inquired what was k llr andwas told that Defaure the page wn waiting to see me I gave orders for Iris in slant admission and on coming in ho in formed me that his eminence desired my im mediate attendance Telling Jarono to have Castor saddled for I smelt work afoot I flung myself into my clothes and hastened to DAmboiso lie had evidently not slept nil night mid was poring the room in agitation- St Dennis he burst out as entered do you know what they have done The king holda tourney at teorrrtlaliasmarching on at once What is granted an extension of the truce to Spain and Trcmotiille and the rest of them pro oft to the junkets They are making a Mayday With those ducats you raptured fly G=I they would dance away a kingdom Your eminence has no doubt sent news of the capture of Ccsare That was only yesterday man he snapped and Do llriconnct is riding for his life to tire king Hut it is about this I sent for you he went on rapidly De Hriconnct may come to harm Here are other dispatches Take them and follow him overtake him if you can When ran you start r Now Good here are the papers And this is for Trelllouilltliellnn1 he held out his hand Monsieur le Compte I started a little at the last word which he uttered in French but had not time to ask for explanation or make inquiry I hur ried to my npartments and found Castor ready ItiiKling Jacopo to follow mo to Arczzo with my risen as soon as possible I pave Castor the rein and rode out of tome At Citta del Pievc I got my first news of DC Hriconnct At Cnrtona he was but two hours nlmcadof me and when on the after noon of the second day I reined in the staggering Castor at the gates of the Villacolt where the king was 1saw in tire courtyard a dead horse his tides still bleed ing from the spur marks and judged that DC llriconnct had barely beaten me Ln head for all his 12 hours start So once again I hind entered time Villa Aceolti And as 1 sprang to the ground loosed the girths over Castors heaving flanks and resigned the reins to n willing groom who led the poor beast to rest all the past came back to me with a vivid force and I looked around al most expecting to meet again the glances of scorn and contempt to hear once more the hisses the mockery and the foul reproach of that day The cardinal was right enough when he said that high junkets were to be held And the day seemed to be one of merrymaking Flags were flying from all parts of the villa and the wide grounds were Gall of the fol lowers of the court and the townspeople either watching or engaged in starts of wrestling archery and other games For the great ones however the outof door amusement of the day carne to an end with the dinner hour and they were now disporting themselves within From the open windows strains of music floated out into the sunlight and gay figures passed and repasscd or moved in and out of the bah cony overhanging the grand entrance wlrh seemed from the constant movement and the brilliant dresses of those who crowded thereon to be like a ledof flowers stirring in the wind As I came below time balcony I did not dare to look up but with my sword in the loop of my arm nnd my dispatches clenched in my right hand walked up the marble steps Post from Rome Post from the Lord Cardinal The sonorous voice of the ushers pealed this out and I found myself at the entrance to the gallery leading to the great hallwhere 1 had been tried Not here sirto the left My way was goMIXthese dispatches in person and liayard had linked his arm iq misc slut my lord- I take the blame and Bayard blazing in full mail led me through the gallery whose sides were lined with the archers of the Scottish Guard Archers in name only now and little as my time was I could not forbear glancing at these fine troops who al though few in number bore an unequaled reputation for service In the field The doors at the entrance to the hall which were guarded by two gigantic menatarms were opened only at fixed intervals to let people In and out and by this means an attempt was made to avoid overcrowding There were a considerable number of us and haying to go slowly we had time to exchange a few words- I suppose De Hriconnet lens passed in I asked he could only have just arrived for his horse lies dead at the gates 1 doubt it All posts are received by De Vcsci whose wrath we are going to brave If De Uriconnet came in here direct he was probably stoppedand sent to the seneschal apartmentsIf he was the first comer he should present the dispatches I urged I bear butduplicatesThere time to think of that now replied Bayard and as he spoke the doors unfolded and in a crash of music anti the murmur of voices above which now and again trilled a pealof clear feminine laughter we entered the hall At first we were unobserved for the interest of everyone was gathered to the center of the room where to the strains of music a game of chess was being played with living figures The king liiintelf took part in it and I had good opportunity of observing him Time had not changed Louis much although his reckless life had enfeebled Irma constitution lie hind the features of his house the wide forehead the oval face the pointed chin below which his short brown beard was neatly trimmed His gray eyes were set somewhat wide apart and his hair which was naturally straight he wore carefully curled in a length that all but touched his shoulders He was dressed in a lightfitting surcoat of green with green tnink hose and stockings of the same color A short cloak also of green fell from his shoulder and below his left knee was bound the ribbon of the Eng lish Order of the Garter of which he was very proud On his head was a velvet cap lapclled in front and on either side and alivo with the light jewels with which it was studded lie was playing king in the game Mme de la Trcmouillc acting as queen and the rival king was Trcmouillc himself who had for his partner Isabel the Good the wife of Gonsaga of Mantua a princess distin guished alike for her beauty and her virtue A little apart from the players and watching time game with a grave interest stood Ltlenne do Vesci tho seneschal of Beau caire who was after the cardinal the most powerful man in France and indeed was supposed by many to have more of the kings ear Close by him were II number of ladies and I ran my eye amongst them and around tho hall hoping in vain to catch sight of the one face I longed to see Whilst so engaged Do Vcsci observed me and seeing the pa per in my hand made an imperious gesture beckoning me towards him This I pretended not to observe and the seneschal biting Irma lips edged his way towards int jt was easy to see from my traveled and stained ap pearance the red on my spurs and the packet in my hand that I was the bearer of p9ws Is not monsieur aware he said in a harsh voice speaking in French that pa pets for the king should Ie brought tome These are for the kings Maud I an swered It is enough live them to me and he held forth his hand I have said my lord that they are for his majesty pwn hands Hayard who was watching the game now drawing to a close turned round at this anti grasping the matter cut in Cicll My lord let the cnvalicrc deliver his pocket It will soon enough Take a holiday foronccyou DC Vesci frowned and was about to make a hot answer when there was a sudden shout end a clapping of hands and Louis who had won the game crone forward ing Mine dc la Tremouille in triumph TheII tart move was made but a few loot from suet as the king faced round with his hart ncr he caught sight of our group anti called out as he advanced Victory We love won Why those black looks Ie Vcsci T Come and congratu late us- 1Vith an effort the seneschal smoothed his face Victory always attends your mnj esty and with so fair n partner defeat would be impossible and he ith a courtly grace but the wrinkles of his frown were still on his forehead The duchess grew toil with pleasure at the compliment and Louis clapped his hands like a boy Lxcellcnt Trust a courtiers lip for a soft speech i and then observing me but what have we here From Home your majesty and drop ping to my knee 1 presented my papers which the king took irresolutely in his hand Diablo ho exclaimed with on impatient gesture from my lord cardinal no doubt And he glanced at me Your majesty anti of the most vital im port and I rose I must read them I suppose A plague on the cardinal We were just going to the minuet I will deal with the matter sire The pa pets should have cone to me and De Vesei saying this in his harsh grating voice reached forth his hand Usually n perfect master of his temper he had somehow for once let it get the better of him and Ills closing words and manner were almost those of command Louis though a brave man had a weak nature and a hasty tender A temper that was often aroused to fits of ob stinacy little short of mulish He caught the seneschals tone and perhaps also the suppressed smile that flickered on tho faces of his courtiers His forehead darkened You mistake my lord these papers come rightly to me and turning his backon the seneschal he tore open till packet De Vesci stepped back white to the lips anti the court gathered round the king in si lence Seeing Tremouille at hand I made bold to step up to him and give him DAm boise note He glanced at it and turning to mr said I gave my word and it shall be kept The honor of Tremouillo is pledgedI at n loss to understand but he hail no time to think for Louie su lenlcllltl out Tremouille Bayard gentlemen The Borgia is taken Home is ours At once there was a buzz and a murmur of voices in eager congratulation at the Tk back your knighthood glad titling Standing alone and apart frorteall 1 could barely see Louis so closely did the court press around him but it seemed that Tremouillo was urging something on him and the duchess too for I caught the flash of jewels on her linger OA in her eagerness she laid them on the kings arm Then Itayards deep voice came to me clearly If done twere well done quickly sire I do not exactly know how it happened but I found myself kneeling before the kinK who xtood above me his drawn sword in his hand M di Savclli lie saidone king of Franco owed you his life another all but owes you a kingdom Wear again your cross It was nobly won Take back your knighthood lie laid the blade gently on my shoulder for Jod for your king for your lady Arise sir knight He stretched forth hiN hand to aid me to my feet and I stood again with my honor white in the very hall almost on the very spot whenco I had been cast out in igno miny and shame I could not pCIIII was choked my eyes were wet with tears Seeing my emotion louis placed his hand kindly on my shout der Itemcmbcr Di Savelli he said France needs you yet To the minuet my lord and ladies to time minuet And he turned down the hall not wait ing for my thanks lint friends sprang up everywhere Tho first to give mo her goal wishcH was luchcs dc la Tremouille then came the duke old Ivcs dAlcgres anti others I can scarcely name It was whilst in their midst that I saw a face I knew well and Mnchiavelli came up Late but not the less warm in my con gratulations he saidtiO tho good ship is safe in port at last I We owe you too much for speeds and can never thank you enoughYour excellency Is most kind la Lady Angiola well He was silent for a moment and laughed to himself as if something stirred him As well ns ever she was he ansr rcd at lengthand added You must sup with us this evening We lodge in the Uorgo di San Vito and never mind your attire My wife longs to see you and thank you in personOther friends coming up our converse was brought to an end and managed to effect my escape anti take refuge in the pavilion of Ilayard who insisted on my being his guest I would have willingly foregone tho supper at the llorgo di San itn1 was weary but having promised borrowed a horse from my host and set out I reached time secretary lodging punctually to the hour and WAS rttetrtA by Han she after a respectful Inquiry concerning my health ushered mo into an apartment where on entering I found myself alone I had to wait some little time and wondering 1 the strangeness of my reception I walked towanls a window overlooking the private gardens of the house As I readied it I heard the rustic of trailing garments dUl- lhlrnlnl round beheld Angioli before me She came up with outstretched hands and 1 took them in mine and looked Into hn eyes Then I found words they come to pokeSiteand fearing the worst Idroppcdhcrhands with n bitter reproach against my age and my scarred tarn When I lad done she remained still with her eyes down and there againDiyou say your face is scarred by wounds Dc you know cavalicre 1 would I wcren man that I too might bear wounds on my fare mind looking in my mirror see how they became me And time rest concern not any oneWe were married before the crd of tin truce and on my welding day I rrrriwd from his majesty the king tire pitcnts ol the county of Fresno in Guictine a dill Italybymy purchasing a portion of my ancestral estates Lick from Amilcar Chigi confirmed to me the title in my native land nut tht gift I valued most of all was n taniof AmalU to which still clung a shred of the gold link hwhich it had been attached to a bracelet And this was from my wife CIIA1TKII XXVII MY LOAD TUB COUNT tipliavelllForth It is ns you know gentle cousin six year since my lonl having lost his swordarm at the storming of Santa Crocc retired to Iris castle of Aquila in time Saline mountain anti ceased to help further in stirring tho times In truth he luau yielded to my wish in this matter and although in the war of the Holy league he was offered a rom nand Di Savclli at my entreaty refused the honor The count my lord is well limit leis wounds troubling him in the winter he may no longer follow the wolf in our moan rains yet still hunt the stag in the Cimin ian forests of our kinsman Amilcar Chigi to whom we have been reconciled and whom yearlyLast we spent In France at the chateau of Seigneur de Haynrd which lies on time Garonne and met there amonftt others Mme do la Trcmouille who is now a widow the duke having died of a tertian ague at Milan There also was a very pay and noble gentleman Viseomptc de llruon net who avers that my lord owe him a county for laving forestalled him in bearing to the king the news of the surrender of Borgia Mr lord of Bayard whom the count think above all men visits us in tho autumn and gentle cousin come you too for we aro to hare 1 house full The chil LoYImtbut my eyes They have just gone a rid tag my lord on his grout war horse Castor and Ugo on his little white pony brnl on our farm in the Hcrgamasquo I sec them as I write going down the avenue Your namesake Yittoria sends you a hun dred kisses and bids you come anti be heart ily welcome I send this bA sure hand JacopoJacocoplthough his tongue 1c ever wagging Give him an answer to say you ore coming TIm KND Crvlrnn Writer csaid the editor nil he put hU pmnbrush into the Ink bottle and tried to mlu on n clipping with him pen yes tb+ great fault of newspaper contributor f U carelessness Indeetl lie oontI nutdnslie dropped the copy he had been writing Into the waste basket otd marked editorial across the corrrtr of a poem entitled An Ode to Death contributor an terribly careless You mutt ba surprised salt he UA he clipped out n column of faehlon notes and labeled them farm to Ief the slipalsod writing that cornea Into the editorial Kinotiiru Misspelled iinninctiiatcd written on both fcVUR of the sheet Illegibly un gramiiKitlcal situ If Contributor err terribly careleMI They arc Just then the once boy came In nith that dictntorial and autocratic manner he has nnd demanded more copy and the editor handed him th lovtdetter he bad just written to bin jwcclluartr Cincinnati I miqulrer- t Good Rirnvnlor Conan Doyle recently addressed tile following amusing letter to a mentLe I of the Orineau Golf club with refer net to n roncert held by tho club at wMcu ono of the Songs of Action was h cited My Dear Sir Pray present my compliments to tho Ormcau Golf club anti wish tliem from me n very happy evening 1 am myself an Intermittent golfer getting very violent at tacks nt regular Intervals It usually taken me about two mon till to convince myself that I nhall ever bonny good and then I give h up until n fresh hurst of energy sets mo trying once more 1 paycd in Egypt until they told me that excnvnlora had to pay a special tax I Inaugurated a private course in Vri snout also and the Yankee fanner nfckvd us what we were boring for If ever the Ormeau club should wish nnj part of their links returfcd I could undertake inn few games to clear nwaj any sod now exlfcting Troy Times IltncU Images of lime tlnilnnnn Time natural explanation of time cir cumstances of black Images of the Ma ilonnn IH that certain woods become blacker wllh age time smoke from tin votive lamps occasionally helping the proccas In several cases as at Prlgnj time Imugfs leave been blackened 114 tho fumcrosfromconflagration It impos amble that some of the oldest arc Im ported figures of Ills The question M to whether the Virgin herself was brU nette or blontDtrpenrra wide Held of die mission but the balance of argumenl perhaps lies against the statement that the text I nm black nllllctcd but comely WRit a reference to tho Virgin and In favor of tho Idea that these Im ages ore intended to be worshiped Ir spite of their ssnrtlmlness and not 01 account of It Their very color however nttwcta plllTllOaNott41 tnt Qucclt Onr Inrrenntfil Trade irltti Olilnn- Ktffiml ial tf longer com iff c with ui In hr llillIfnt of ninny products to China Jur node with the Chinese has al unit forty per rent within the last year hii is mere y natural The hest wine ii everythine I or I like mmm Hntirttri Sloiiniili licit rni il in the mulilrylam forrlfty ymnmrkiiowicilttfjiia sufrtor to cure constipation indigttlion jyipepiia mil lIi1ioulllrs lit Wn Snllmlril A marriedcouple who are in the habit oc oaks boy by saying that are Ruing out to ice a sick nun One week these smial afI came II I I On Monday loldlthex neighbor and explained that they were i going to give wane medicine to the man vho was On Wldnloday right they roused to attend an eutertunlneotnd- po to the young chlllf ss inlt thep to put a platter on tile sick rains Lack to drxa out pain fats asked the euth is the sick moan in Ililll Very much timison And is he pretty near tlelI Vr in Met ship lad thought deeply fur awhile anti then re marked die any too soon to suit meletmiphu Stiraiur lion TliUf We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured b halls Catarrh Cure F J hency k Co Props toldo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for time ltIS years and brlicvf him- perfecllr honorable is aU IIU1lPrN tranase ttoiis financially able to carry out any obligation made by their thrum Pest A Truat hoteasle DruggUU To redo 0- 11alding Kinn n k Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo lIalls Catarrh OIacting directly tieSold byall DrufguU Tettlmoniali Crelillis Family Pills mire time low butITeacher What happens when a temperature goes down a far ant maamiSmart SrhoUr llr has cold fat Boston lhril all Itrnitn i 0 a atta si Do Not Burn the Candle At Botlt Endsrr 1ont think you CAn go on drAtulng vitality from the blood for nerves stonuch brain And muscles without doing something to replace ithoodsSsrsApArillA gives nerve mental And digestive strength by enriching and the Thus it helps I overworked And tired people iaA SIilr Homo 1 tall gentlemen engaged In spreading a expoutonintufllHriil IHi its importance Theyipeok of the cataract i Niagara falls as an accts wry attraction Wettern Klectriciin MillWinter l ill nl Tho C 11 A D Ur will rnnkn n hilt inn rain for tilt round trip frown nil fttneloan to Now Origins In and Ala for time grnmid Mnnll lirna Carnival In Vbrtmry Tho entertainments will Im novel this Inr limit ever nt New Or lentil Hleetrlclty will Ui employed exclu Iflllv for motive power In the for lighting llniuUnu flouts etc Tickets on nlf rYhrtinry 10 to 9fl Ineliikivr llniltrtl to return 15 11HKI Oil an nenrnt C H it U Agent for tickets anti Inforniatlon rnrniluitrnl Bridget Mid the mistress to her tick crrvint would you take a little medicine 1aIlA IIIAalll sealshe Id lake any thing to make me wrll even if I mew twould kill onellidadelrmh3s Itrcord tn illVrnr llranrl The Crescent lintel Kureka Springs Ark opens March I 1000 A mot drairahtr at tractive and convenient revert for health and ptaHir seekers Ideal rlitiMle liura prklilll mler best aecvmimxUt Sleepers via Frwo Une Write for MrtiniUr to Manager Hotel or to airy rtfimcnUtive of FrUro lint The Inker gets crust Umielf when hit breast downt nn out v illuldea Vas s eepfor Skin = Tortured Babies In a Warm Bath with r oI- e 11 un 0 And a single anointing with CUTICURA purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures This is the purest sweetest most speedy per manent and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair of infants and children and is sure to succeed when all other remedies fail Millions of Women Use Cuticura Soap Inclusively for proMrvIiiR purifying anti beautifying thin skin for cleansing tho scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening ami soothing rod rough and soro hands In the form of baths for annoying Irritations Inflammations ami chaflngn or too free or offensive per spiration In tho form of washes for ulooritlvo weaknesses anti for ninny sanitlro antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women nvl especially mothers nnd for all tho purposes of tho toilet bath and nur or No amount of j persuasion can Induce doors who havo onoo used it to mo any other especially for preserving and purifying tho skin scalp anti Imltof infants and children CUTI CUKA those combines dcllcato emollient proportion derived from CoricunA tho great skin cure with tho purest of cleansing Ingredients and tho most refreshing flower odors No other mtdtaled or toilet soap over compounded Is to bo compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying tho akin scalp hair anti panda No other foreign or dome do toilet soap however oiponstro U to bo compared with It for nil tho purposes the toilet bath nnd numcry Thus it combine In One 1101tho rr ncura Complete Exlernal and Internal Treatment for Every Humor ronlllUnK ot CVTlcvn4 Roar wc to cleanse time akin of crnsta ao aotfThoSotA UINUIB HT U oBfn niltlclrnt to crate the mood torturing illtflirurlor sod numllUtlntf scalp and tiixvl humor with Ins of hnlr when nil ere tam forego I AMU U Conr del trrJ1 iutao U ijlI AH sliaut ihu Bkln Hoalp nod 11alf ices WHAT A FORMER AMERICAN SAYS Doubled Their Ciilttvnlril In tula nnd aiurc Tlmn HiiubJeil Their 61uck- t The following letter written by Mr John CiiminliigB of Yutatklwln Al berta Cnnuilu formerly of VntliliiK tun to n friend In the United Stolen h only one of n hundred Hlmlliir crises and vhul Will done l y Mr Cuumilng CUll more eailly he dune today by any good sober anti Industrious farmer who chooses to make his home In tllt Do minion Wear Sir You wnnt to know how I got along since I carne into Northern Alberta I nm huijiy to Inform you thnt am tot nshnmcd to tell- 1Ve located five miles northeast of Wotniikhvin left Parntlgton Wash ington on the 20th of Mny driving oil the way We hail time to build our log Mousy the first fall nnd to make us comfortable for the fondly and stock We then built tour stables 18xSO indde so that we could put everything Inside them when the cold got mown to the fifties and worked hard getting up the Ktabla nail got through dubbing on the lit December but to our surprise we had no use for the stables only for the milk cow and two span of horses he lint once of the horses tired on the prnl etc nil winter nail tool lure of theme reeves The doors of two stables were loft open for them to go Into in a cold tune but they would not do it but stayed out on the prairie the coldest night we Lad and looked as spry tut crickets can go ten rods bnok of my house nail count ten residents I know all of their circumstance livery one of then have doubled their cultivated land nail doubled their animals nnd a great comlflnltheIrcrop to thresh anti pnt ects of a fair price and I expect we are as well con tinted lot of people as there arc from riorltln to the Klondike My son bought two pounds of twine to the acre nod when we starte to hInd some Iwrley we found that instead of Inking two pound to the acre It was taking nearly err pounds Then you ought to hAve teen him hitch up n team and nmko for town for 100 lima more cannot say how It will thresh All I cnn say Is that It Is well headed and takes an enormous amount of twine llniliiro Annum yoangSbarpleigk tllttrhOIlIftOOIllulliott Hut I thought you MW no gold it lite follow I didnt at first but Ive clMDgtd nir mmJ I told him be couWal have my theLankthen wear tot sad borrowed lb JCIUOon lawquellIwed to p to wtteTitllih Irralilrtit Krncitrr Alirnil- 1retoria Trantvcal South Africa D ec 7 1SU- UMeur Swanson HlmmMtie Cure CVim pany Chicago III U S A tSenllcnim last shipment and oouunuukeilioii re ceived I am very much pkased with time Information that you Laic 10 kindly given int IlciK finderwJcufll bank draft to the V amount of tU2 IDs for which sense me twentyfive 33 grow of Swanson 5 = blip wine at before in order that there may be no ileay as this meth tioo will le greatly nrrdnl before it reaches ui The last shipment u altuoet dwMMnl of utebtgeu myI M that our tueeew on Ibe- liotlletleld it due to a certain extent to the we of DIIUIV ltltuinlic fur which lia relieved and prevented a First deal of MilTerine among our men from Kheuniatiini eutlllj1 and oilier acute inl caused by- ex Inure Your 5lHOih U ai oat a Transvaal Mildicu In one of the tattles n small of lIUHOIH together thelngUhAjI1 n am re rpcctfully youn1KTKK HAAS specificknownharmless It It a i perfect cure for Ithcu IyrIrspeiaILlvkaefelumlgic headache etc Large dined lot tattlesInvWAXSOX KHKUMATIC CLIIK CO to Wilt lake St Chicago II- ICnllril It lln vn You want a drcollcle elev1 presume remarked the funny barber at the duilelcl cllinhed into the chair Aw bet jMnlon sold the olllh hut wcnHv I awfail to coiniwchen- dllwls IVendi for rioting down All iwcred the knight of the nor with a grin on hit mug Chieago Hvining News imps Mirlt Ilriniiiii Mot remarkable trio Will make a f el low rich despite himielf if IIP lilnnts plenty SAber catalog tells Send Ilk nnd this notice for ramples of above and big eat Io John A Salzcr Sceil G Ia Croiwe Wii lKJ rue lIt rrr crlpllnn for Clillln- nnd fuser is n tattle of GIIOVISN TARTrLnsi CiuiiIdNic Hm iilmilylrnnnniliiululneiu atastoloss forum NoLUronopuy How did Taek come to make up with ilini ItVanl iuiiM one tay the vcrcat fixes and tevfiin sail was afraid of the unlucky 13Town Topics To Cur n Ctilil In min liny Take axntlvo Urotiio Onliiltin Tablets All rlrulft1hts rofund fail to cuivu c You must behave yourelf if you hone to avoid n RUillv man wn worry over hi misdeeds Atcliison lobe It no to dye with Hiunpltrboilingiutonry bold liy The of our intentions never ex rnscs the badness of our actiom Chicago Daily News Time 1rip or lncamoni may be warded on with s Honey of horehound anti Tar 1ikon Toothache Drops Cure in one miiirte A man cldom tells the trutli about her liuslnc I he cxapreratcs it one way or Uu other Atchison lilobc I hate found Ilana Cure for Connnmptlot nil uuratllurmetlhoinctI Oct lbthL THE CITIZEN T Q PASCO Killtor oDd Manager IIKUKA KKWTUCKY A JTnlllr cultured by the Hours whllo tiiiong n iiilll dispatch from Shucking to ICurumnn vas searched from Lend to foot and then told to go Time wily native tint cucnpcd with tho dill pttfli wifely concealed up his now nnd rcnchcd hla dtHtiimtloii without fur timer iiilshnp Norway line n law dealing with crc mntlon According to thin net every 11 rIm cfvrr 15 yvnni of age can ho urcmutcd after death If he or ahc bas miulu u declaration In tho jiriwiiicu of two wltncacoi Tor tboso under 11 n iltclnrntlon on the part of time par emits Is nuccaawry TIll jirmtMit cmprcaM of iurmiuiy loves n new frock Her wardrobe com tumors more tbun tutu for every ilny in tho your stud ahe la said rarely to wear a gown more than oncn Yet In the bottom of her family nfe U generally Seoul with nn apron covcrlnif her dross this lionifly article of nppwrcl is i pit of her InwIiandK The twentieth century will com mence on January 1Uo1 It will open on Tucmlny and close on Sunday It will have the grentrat nuiiiber of up year Iroibk24 The ear will be the fiat one then every fourths ycfir after that to sod Inrtiidliifr 2000 February will bnvo three tlmeti five Sumlaya In 1920 1948 and 1970 The lowest point of land on the Amurlean continent Is the grand ill vldo In Nicaragua wheru the eleva tints la only He fret The loweat point nf laud on the lathmus of 1anaimn no tordlnif to Ibis report of the annul com mlaalon la Culcbra which la 333 Scot shone tide water and la stow the scout of notlvo work by the 11 nil Caiml Co Delajjoa liar around which ao iiiueh Intercut la jut nnw centered la thu finest harbor In South Africa and practically the key to the Trannvanl ltd value to 1iiKlaii therefore If they could number it among their poaaca Mona will he readily understood for it would enable tSem to cut off the simply of hoer war stores which the IortiiKunte are allowing to pane through Ioiimifio Marques There la a uhmergel foreinn tint Columbia river between and tutu Casuade inountaiiia The aubmup Kene look place 30 veara ago and shire then time roots lists Iteen under water while tho upper jwrta of the hunk have been laird yearly at low water Thn hark la gnne and the wood la jmrtly xwwted away lint segue of It is firm and looka fresh This tact IHTIIIS owing to the durable ijunl lly of tho wool thnt aiW leH namely toe cuiloUnKai1oUKlaiial- Tho 1NYDeveerol broken till record but hon npproaeheil it closet The when crop WAtt 447303 81e biwliehi burley 73381083 bushels rye 1X881741 biiahrU buckwlumt II 001473 biihhelH potntocx S7842M busheU hay iO037Jrt ton Tho nv er Bo farm prfoeti reported wero Whent MI centti corn 303 ccntaj omits 310 ernta The figures of pro duel Inn Ihoiiffh exceeded ouee or twice before ort enorinoiia nnd show what n continent we possess lleut laine Miinro nth cavalry U now famous for saving nucee afuliy worked a Kl tuitle blufT1 on ticn Conan lila f irrlaon of 800 men nl HnyomhniiK In the Philippines when ho secured the Hurreiuier of this town nod dfarrUon with but 50 men behind him November 28 He not much over live feet four Inches In height He nboiit SO yennt of age He cornea of Scotch pnrcnlti who renldo near lake City 5linn amid are thrifty and good cltlxeim Ho won hits Went Point spurs by hits own exertions Carbonic sell gums says n medical luthorlty hnn thn xlngulnr property of Icssuiiliiir the rural of hunger nnd may probably be rememberetl in deal lgugviiituna of dlnbeteM The unit of hunger is found In the solar plix Ily the mist of water charged with carbonic acid gas the branches of the solar plexilH iliMtrlbutril Ilirnuuli the mueoiia membnuie of the Ntomiieb are influenced In such n way that till nl normal irritation of ire pit tms width Is the foundation for time ravenous hunger often present In illubetes amid certain forma of InillgcMllon mny be preiitly mitigated If not nppeuKed- CC Mlchencr recnlln n remarkable combination which appeared In the United States court of Indliinn some yeara OlllIlhr Q ireshnm time presiding judge afterward Wenine see retiiry of atate Itenjumln Hiirriwou who proMCcntcd till ease nftrrwurd beeiune prealdcnt of time Unite StnlcM while Thins A HeiulilekM iifliiwiiril vice pretildent Joaeph XliDonaUi nnd David Purple who afterwards bc enme MMintors were on the other side That group for distinction wits proem ably never Hurpsmsed in a Iinglo state ono president one vice president n secretary of state and two sviiittori At tho BiiggeHtlon of ice Otis mill tnry eomnmnder of tho Philippine lid nods the iiunrtermaatcrn department of the nrmy hits ndopted the full khaki uniform Thin Includes even the shirt Tho wily Iillpluo has found tutu hi ut shirt or Uncle Slurs boys such a good target that the cluing wlll be made as ipilckly ns poKHlble At tutu break lug out of tho Anlerienn Spanish war the klmkl cloth was tint iniiiiufnetured in America lit now American wenv lira lcm tuba out aa good If not bet ter than the but mado by Unroprir wtxlvura WIT AVERTED A STORM The Capital Device of n Conercis nn to Cnol III Wlfcii A Dgr In ht Mcluilon of the house cloakroom n tir l Mng tld on n weitern member There art ail Idea tn the house Three hundred and flftyiix ire hereby released from connection with the story The othe- rmllnantl the other mans will recog nize the truth of what U here recorded The western member went home at avery early hour in the morning He had made a night of it with seine fricndi lie knew that liie conduct would lie considered hie by hit litter half and 10 an he stccmlei the atop of hit modest home he racked hits brain for tome to avert the lady wroth As he entered the hall he ww an umbrella Instantly it occurred to him thai lime umbrella might he hit salvation Seatinghimselfroom he raited the rein guard over his head and then coiiKii el loudly Ilia wife awoke cud MW in time dim gaslight her liege lord lilting solemnly under the raised umbrella are you doing she asked in nat umlurpeIt oclock In deartaltl he and I am waiting for the The conpreMmana rrllllIii saved him from a Caudle lecture He it worrying now however to find on equally effective act for the next time he days out late Washing ton Post Yearn Stolen IiKi Another story that Vest told related to his candidacy for the legislature in 1801 against A S Walker Flue canvass Will ex e ingl exciting because of the near ap preach of war and all the questions inch to it were discussed with ani mation Charges and counterchare wero raid Both knew that about six volet either way would delennine the contest and on day before election Walker raited the point on Vest that he had stolen seine pip only wry that Vest could meet the to acknowledge smil inffly that head the in his pen and In his laeerion If he lIallllolle further and had bought them which they hoped he would dothey wit nesses to show that not bought llelllnpbtInwith laugh and the remark cant account for the way hit boys Ed pigs St Louis HcpubHc Time promise of a lover arc at unreliable u U ne of a politician A tcliuob Clobe 1IAIIKIET ItlllOIfl ClnclnMtl Kali 9 XIVK HlVKKCaUto comn I 11 S51IOCWlxd packen K yht 4l 4sr Iii1rUJ8ICICIIIIon INt fill a I red orn No J mixed II nlaNo I inlXMl a1I8OV1SloNSAless ffittiiAjrfhiicRUTTtItCholer dairy 134 la4- tee c m IU n1OTAhi81erCHICAGO itontfionAlNWbwuxjNo I rhos Ko tJ StVrAlUNEW YOHIC PU lRWlntar iwlent 3 Z 3 aiUINVh tNo t red Corn No S I Oalc Xo 2 mlxsil It u aIIPO111118team tI UALTistonn lSoutherll 1- i1CA1TIHlnt 4e m quality S S 60 HOaBWeitlcrn roJ 8 10 INDIANAPOLIS GIlAINWhpntNo 2 red U 70j CornNo J mlxnl tt OaU No I mixed U r j LOUISVILLE FIOUnTltnter potent 343 U J 53 QHAlNWheatNo 2 red 71 tf 72 Corn Mixed M M iJOltlCleaUAHDSlcara 0 5- 0tI4rvous Women tro ailing women Whon a woman has some femalo iraublo sho Is certain to bo narvous and wretched With many women the monthly suffering is so Cfjcai that they sro for days positively insane mini tIlt most diligent of forts of ordinary treat njcnt are unavailing i dls c rhld18mJ Vegetable Compound comes promptly to tho roe liof of these women The loiters from women cured by it proves this This paper is constantly print ing them Tim advice of Mrs Pint ham should also bo se cured by every nervous woman This costs noth ing Her xdtfrosxi is Lynn lass DRBunn sCure all Throat and Lung AlFccuous COUGH sY1 U Cetthcccnuliie RefuiesnbMl- tutuxIS SOREDr ttulft 1W rure Dytfeptia 7almfortc Throat ContJvollortholAWJB brit nnfrrtluni VocnIUtp Public Swakencte Scud loci to IQ IrJ VU Utlawa iIda tei eupl bus Till OLDEST m IAN it PRthicA Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Many Winters by Using Parana Dr Isanr Hrock Born In Huncombo Co Nodh Carolina March 1 178S Says I attribute my extreme old age to the use of Peruna Iy fL aLot IIJorn befor United States jj formed to 3 jwas 22 PntJents eltctcd r hss jPerona warsIl1Vctcrnn of four i1 Shod a horse years It oldSioTtfTT1TtTTtfftff1nTfl ftr rAAlf ytfi rstabuhod 133- 6ilaIy4Ah Y IL 1J11i11 h41111 J11iA1 V Always conquered the grippe 11Ith Peru na Witness In a land suit at age ot 110 I IBelieves Peru na the great est remedy ot the age for Ca tarrhal Dise- asesNistftfttfftffffiffft t t IiwUmlhWNUiimlaWNdmlmUNNmiilUtNmmilWiimlM 11838 =A GOOD RECORD =1900 E McCulloughs Seeds have been sold on their merits for 62 years They give satisfactionthey grow We do aj E not make alluring propositions of something for nothing S We do sell the best Flower Vegetable and Farm Seeds at g Is SnA D elf1U1IA1lr I years 5 lowest cash prices Write and state your wantsyoull not be disappointed at results a Beautiful 1900 Seed Citilogui and Amtlsurt Guide tent Irea to lirase hulk lor It ind mention this paper J in mGGULLQUBHS SONS 31031H VAUftJT ST net and h 4tli SCI CIXCIXXATI OHIO SURtnicet tMtiirnit1unuti45VMkkJI1 SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHO- OTWINCHESTER Rifles Repeating Shotguns Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells Winchester guns and ammunition are the standard of the world but they do not cost any more than poorer makes All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods FREE Send name and address on a postal for 156 andammunitionWINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO 180 WINCHESTER lIVE HEW HAVEN CONN IIO nANGEOfLARS MEMPHIS TO TEXASJyi One of the great advantages oi going to Texas via Memphis and the Cotton Belt is that you avoid the annoyances and dis comforts of changing cars necessary on other routes The Cotton Belt trains are the only ones that run through from Memphis to Texas without change Tliuie trntns csrrr Tollman Steepen at nleht Parlor We Cit dnrlne till day and Through Cnarh1 anl Five neemiaingelfemr Care btith day and night The dolre eonipuros favorably vrllh Ihal ot anr roxl In Ihecountrr- Vrtlo and tell us where you ere c liig ami we trsln10uketnnekewill tell jtMi what your e and what the ImtllmeandmntiMlloui VewlllaliosemlyouanlnterestlngIllllebookIgt Trip M Tcian Ii R WVATT T P Clnclnnill Ohio W 0 ADAMS T P Nashville Tenn 1111 SUT TON T P A Chattanoojo Tenn U W LaSFME 0 P nd T A St Louis Mo J McLennanIValley Mills Texas In speaking of his good health and extreme old age Mr Brock says After a man has lived In the world as long as I have h = ought to have found out a great many things by experience One of the things I have found out to my entire satisfaction Is the proper remedy for ailments that are due directly to the effects ot the climate During my long life I have known a great many remedies for coughs colds citarrh and dlar rhoea I had always supposed these affections to be different diseases but In reading Dr Hart mans books I have found out that these affections ore the same and that they are properly called ca tarrh II had several long sieges with the grip At first I did not know that Peruna was a remedy for this disease When I heard that la grippe was epidemic catarrh I tried Peruna for la grippe and found It to be Just the thing As for Dr Hartmans remedy Peruna I have found It to be the best if not the only reliable rem edy for these affections It has been my standby for many years and i attribute my good health and extreme old agt to this remedy Very truly yours a free book on catarrh address IFor Medicine Co Columbus THE CAHOON SEED SOWER Sows all kinds of grain and cleaned grass seed tire times at tn as It can be done br hand with one Ihird less seed and does the work tterthanitcan bedoDelnanolbr Way Can uu af withoutfit along Costa but little Lasts lifetime An ono Jk1 KWS It of cbeap substitute Send for free circu IBellto name of nearest dealers Address COMPACT Antrim N II FOR 14 CENTSWewhhtagain this Fear new evtomer incoffrr I Ikg Ultr Utrden Diet IlkllFoIIC EmrraldCnenmberlte LoUOOIoI60tKarl Rip Cabbat loo Ksrlr UlunerOnlon ice I lirliiiantlrlowerede tea werth5100tor14eeat Above pkg s worth tlM we will mall 700 free Hh r with our great III about SAtulS emlmoa TOTM- OepnnreeemVtofibisnol se Ai4o d know when once try Hal Serra nredn will never do without ion PrlitioaSMteri IUOtarrlletlomito Olat on nil Ie L 84UIB 11 IROSSt VIS In 3 or Years an Independence Assured f rnn take roar homes n Western Canada the fy and of plenty r Orated pamphlets i experiences of farmers who bare become wealth In vrowlng wheat report of tcan roll- information asto reduced railway rates can be had on application to the of Immigration of OtlawaCanadaloraddreestheUnderalgnedwho frost Surtof Immigration Ottawa Camuln or tn U CAVEN inlugtlold Ohio e1 HOLMES Inaianapolls lad iPilES Ir Williams Indian tumors attars the lag once actn utttreglveainstantre lIet Prepared for Illea and Itching the private parts AtdruKzlxiorbr mall on receipt of price cents I 100w1LUASly aIFO CU1rops CLIVKLAStOal0 HKAnEIlS OF THIS PAPER DBSllllSO TO I1UV ANVTIIISO ADVKIIT1SKU IN ITS COLUMNS eilOlLU INSIST UPON 11AV1NO WHAT TUKT ASK tOlL 11KFUS1SO ALL SUIISTITLTBS Oil IJIITATIONS Meat smoked In a few hours KRAUSERS OF SMOKE Made front hickory wood Cheapereleaoer anrveter and ur r than tboM way foi circular iiz PIle Itch with XKUACaE1bnllUMIItisS Buy of your stott keeper DROPSY cureUIiDd1lf at as of au it NIW JlJSfctnUYI gives quick relief ana v ret worst realqenteeFree lr FOR cents l n At Au Dot Cough Syrup Tate ood Vie In time Gold br diwilnta n PTION ANKn 1701- 7r wiicnr WIIITIXO TO unFUrHIIUfIIplease elate that you Air the AU ertU Bieqt to tupcr J I Extracts from Mr Roberts Book In the light of recent Utem Us jntde by Mr RobertA to the Hon c of KcprvKntntlvn ni to hli views on Mormonlim It U to read the following letter wlleb shows the reel view of the men tS1rt t In his book A New WItneM for Qo1 letter WM written brMlM Helen Gould to Dr Joslnh Strong and wo are glad to be able to present It to our rederllNEW YORK December 18 1899 Dr Josiah Strong Jrerident League Jar Social Service DEAR SIRA short time ago I received with the compliments of tho writer n pamph lot Plural Marriage tho Manifesto Tho Tribune and the Kinsman Answered by Mr Nathan Tanner Jr The book is an nrg i mont for and closes with thotfollowingpararaphsTho marriage is not only not or m its consequences but it has produced tho greater of distinguished men has providontialllhap that there the councils and service of the United States and in this State and at the head of business concerns a greater percentage of polygamic sons than are monogamic sons In the council of tho nation is that distinguished Senator Hon Frank J Cannon In the army are Chaplain Elder Elias S Kimball Col Willard Young of tho Corps of Engineers in the late war Capt Richard W Young who with his men dragged by hand thoir cannon through the mud and rain and did work at Manila In the inIinventionWells In ecclesiastical circles are thros or four of the Twelve Apostles two or throe of the First Council of the Seventies Presidents of States and missions Bishops High Councillors of whom are the peers of their bellows Henco plural marriage instead of being tho thing it is by some represented to be stands the test of standard of morality and its fruits are quite to monogamy How lngwHl Christian men and Women id this of enlightened cast away their reason and in madfnmzrcoutinue to fight such fruitagainst a and having tho unqualified approval of divinity t I am that Mr Tuner is at present in disfavor with the Monnan Church but not on the ground of any lack of orthodoxy in his religious belief and this little pamph let was written in 1893 or tho foro of 1899 I desirehowever to call ycur at tention particularly to A new witness for God by H Roberta as it has tho endorsement of tho Mor mon Church and was published by George Q Cannon fc Sons Company in JH95 As you know George Cannon is one of their three great leaders You will find chapter thirty on mans place in the universe very important for it gives so cloarlythe Mormon point of view might quote tho whole chapter for you but perhaps it will bebetter for me give you an idea of the contests and you can best judgofor- yourselfwhetoedt will be for you to procure a copy Mi Brigham H Roberts advances the theory that spirts of men be fore they taooroacl din bodies of gesh and bone on this earth had an eiiatenca with God in another world Godiath father of their spirits Je Bus Christ being the first born We have also a mother in heaven On pa e46t1 l4IrLRoberts says The prophet also taught that the relation formed in this life was in tended to be eternal not excluding thatof husband and wife with all its affections He taught that the marriagocovenant which binds nan and woman as husband and wife should be made for eternity and not until death doth them part He then on to tl wish tobeperCectlyunderstood- here Let it remembered tho Prophet Joseph Smith taught that manthat is his spirit is the off spring of Deity not in any mystical sense but actually that man has not onla Father in heaven but a mother prophetreality that the band and wife is intended to be eternal together with all its endear iagaffections I mean all that in its most literal sense I mean that in the life to come man will build and inhabit eat drink associate and be happy with his friends and that tho power of endless increase will con tribute to the power and dominion of thooo who attain by their righteous nets unto these privileges Speaking of the power of forever to his posterity Mr Roberts continues It is one of the chief means of mans exaltation and glory in that great eternity which liko nn endless vista stretches out before hint Through it man attains to the glory of tho endless increaso of eter iial and tho right of presiding as priest and patriarch king and lord over his over increasing posterity Instead of tho commandment Bo fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth being an law it is one by means of which tho race of the Gods is perpetuatedand isM as holy and pure as tho ment and be baptised1 Through that law in connection with an observance of all the other laws of the gospel man will yet attain unto the power of the Godhead and like his Father God hia chief glory will be to bring to pass the eternal life the happiness of his posterity Next Mr Roberts argues that it is for men to become Gods prophetJosephwhom wo worship was once a man God himself was once as we an now and is an exalted Man and sits enthroned in yonder heavens That is tho great secret Here then is eternal lifeto know tho only wise and true God and you have got to learn how to be conic Gods yourselves nnd to be kings and priests to God tho same us nil Gods havo done before you namely by going from one small degree to another and from a small capacity to a greater one from grace to grace from exaltation to exaltation until you attain to the resurrection of the dead and are able to dwell in everlasting burnings and to sit in ISloryns do those wbo sit enthroued powerFrom preached by Joseph Smith at Nauvoo April 7th 1844 Millennial Star vol xxii pp 215218 But it God the Father was not al ways God but came to his present exalted position degrees of pro gross us indicatedIn the teachings of the prophet how has therq been a God from all eternity 7 The answer is that thoruhasbeen awl there now exists an endless line of Gods stretch back into the eternities that had no beginning and will have no end Their existence runs parallel with endless duration and their dominions are as limitless as boundless space Can one imagine a lower or more materialistic conception of spiritual things Below I quote tho advertisement of the work to show you it has the ap proval of tho Mormon Church aA New Witness for God A work of 480 pages treating of tho divinity of the mission of tho Prophet Joseph Smith The Committee appointed by the First Presidency to read tho manuscript of this work before it wus published viz Elders Franklin D Richards George Reynolds and John Jaques say in their report Your committee to whom you referred the consideration of Elder B H Robertss new work entitled A- New Witness for God respectfully represent that they have rend it with care and believe it to bo a valuable addition to our Church literature They find nothing therein calling for adverse criticism but the contrary find thatit is orthodox and consistent with our teachings There is harmony in its chapters which gives much strength to its arguments all eviIWitness for God and next that Joseph the Prophet was thatgitttess1The truths are emphasized on lines of reasoning different from these com mon tto our elders which carries to the work a freshness and an interest that will we think attract students and develop in our youth and others an increased love for tho study of the great Latterday work Brother Robertss work collates and condens es a largo amount of useful and im portant information historicaland theological which is often not readily accessible to the Elders and members of the Church but which tends to broaden their views and enlarge and enlighten their understanding of var ious vital matters connected with tho gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Wishing you success in your efforts to have our People more thoroughly informed on the Mormon question I remain very truly HELEN GOULD A BOON TO MANKIND I DTABLERSA BUCKEYEPILE CUREIII KNew Pisqrory for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and ESfrERfcAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN J fl cuBwwHEnEAM Ty FitiiyE FAILED 1 1IE8av IfijlcJ6 ClNT TIpao lSf1IWAt Seri r IMe sbefsiOUIS Yle 4 The Counties Jackson County CoItluBSWorth- Wo are having plenty of rain this week Measles are at large in this part ol the country Tho smallpox scare is about over in those parts Several of our citizens went to Richmond last week J M Coylo of Locust Branch was here this week buying hogs Several nice droves of cattle passed through hero going to Richmond court last week Samuel Standofer of Clover Bot tom passed through here cnrouto for Perry on visit The now subscribers to tho CITIZEN from this place have received their paper and are well pleased with it We are hearing from some of our boys in tho Philippines they soy they are in good health and well satisfiedPerry McCollum of Indian Creek has returned from Garrard where ho has been to see his brothor in law Elisha Johnson who is sic- kEvergreen Mrs Elizabeth Lake isi better Dr Rose has A now supply of goods on band Hurt is cutting staves for J W Lake on Horse Lick Captain Smith haa a lot of now goods AtJYJ cis2Jd store Miss Katio Lake and her brother Bradley have been very sick with tho measles but are improving slowly W T Short arrested Mary J Hose for making moonshino Her trial will be held at Mt Vernon Thursday Edward Lake and wife are rejoic bug over the arrival of a fine girl baby which makes just twelve in the familyEverybody is rejoicing because the United States marshals have been in on Horse Lick Wo hope theywill get some of the lawbreaking boys Tyner Tho school here under the instruc progresslingMr Hays and two other gentlemen passed through hero on their way to Burning Springs from Berea James U Moore of this place left for Texas where he will spend the winter We hope him a successful journeyThere isa larger number of schools being taught in our county this win ter with a larger number of attendance and under better instruction than ever before A larger number of boys and girls are attending schools in other counties from this county Buck Creek Mrs Nannie Kincaid who has been verylow with fever is improvingt Wehayebad grllilJand tho people are very much in hopes of a tide Mi8sesHSallie aadPheobe Jfiaacs of Wilddog are visiting relatives on Buck Creek this week IVgllie3randenburghand Rebecca Maiuous were the guests of Alice and Npttio Tredway Saturday and Sun day RevW1 P Smith of Bcrea has been visiting his many friends at this place t1opast week Wo were glad to have Mr Smith with us There is now A Postoffice at Need more name Vincent in honor of Yin cent Boreing of London Ky and still they need more Our worthy Superintendent J B Spence visited the Elk Lick school Tuesday He seemed to bo pleased with the good work being done iu school Clay CountyGrace Hog buyers paid 3 cents hero last week W H Murray has received a now stock of goods Born to Mr and Mrs Ben Hacker a girl to Mr and Mrs John Hundley a girl to Mr and Mrs L B Mc Daniel a boy C W Bowlin arrested Daniel Park er Morgan Bowman Ab Bowliu and J W Bowlin lust Saturday week for shooting in J W Bongos house Onedia Born to Hugh Bowman and wife a trMarriedLulIeplo tt R T BurniVibought a fine mule- oC John Campbell SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS I THE HOME Edited by MM hATE V IDTNAM teacher In lien College Our Good Side anti Our Bad There is a good side and a bad aide to every man Wo see only the good side of some man and we wonder that ho in not esteemed by allas we esteem him Wo see only the bad side of another man and we are sur prised that others prize him aa wo cannot Wo are right and wo are wrong In both cases Both men hare both sides and we ought to recognize this in our estimate of them It is with ourselves as with our follows we have a good side anda bad side and those about us aro likely to judge us the one side or the other It will bo well for us if wo gain a lesson from the judgment of others as to our two sides It ought to help us to make progress in the right direction and to repress the faults and defects for which others harshlySundaySchoolTrues Sugar nnd Sunshine Bay City Michigan has one of the largest boet sugar factories in the States Dud it is tho best one this side of Germany It is a wonderful this andiiwets the vegetables and their manipulation in the factory to the two spoonfuls of the beautifully granulated sugar which you put in your coffee on Sunday morning To think this sour old world has sugar in her heart And it tickles our farmers since they have found it out beetgrowershave protractedlbeets yield acomparatielImall per cent of saccharine matter If however they are gathered when the outIpula 8u P continually in tho blessed DwellI of Gods righteousness the little children delight in your t presence and the world shall know that have been with Jesus Charles If Dorris- Sufficient Unto the Day In accomplishing your days workI you have simply to tako a step time To toke that stop wisely is all that you need think about If I am climbing a mountain to look down makes me dizzy to look too far may make mo tired and discoumglll1- Take no anxious thought for the 1II0rI row There is not a child of aliithoheavenlyFather anyUsing but wo have no right to ask him for cornea grace will come with it sut1icI icnt for its tasks or for its Theodore L Cuyler Daniel Burns sold six head of cat tle recently for 190 Ji F Burns and wife are tho proud- parents of a fine slaughte- rMrsCalherinoGuyot of Doorway has been visiting friends here Price Combs and sister Mrs Eliza Combs are v iti relatives here Robert Iiackorhas finished log ging and has taken his cattlo to Allen and Henry Wilson of Maulden visited friends and rela tives hero recently Ona of Sam Burns boys was thrown from a horse and had his arm broken in two places- A II Burns has been trying to buy Daniel and Dudley Burns logs at the mouth of tho cree- kRockcastle County Withers John Magee is doing a good timber business hero Fred Mullins has been visiting his sister Mrs Drown nt Level Green Alf Owens is moving his wiwiuil farther down the brunch of Horso Creek Tho CITIZEN has not been well represented hero lately but hope to do better Sherman Swiuford and James Hammond have been visiting friends and relatives hero Your correspondent is trying to get several of the boys to coma with him to Bcrea to school next fall Madison County DreyftiH Rev James Young is ill Several persons from hero attended County court last week Mr and Mrs Gco Hill are rejoic ing over tho advent of n sweet baby girj Cecil Dudlpyt Little Margaret Riddle while play ing around an open grater fell and burntrlaf hard verJjeveJyJJl i Cur il Bengewbo has been re siding in Centerville Ohio for the f THE SCHOOL Edited by MM ELIZA II Dean ol the Normal IHpnrtmtnt Dare College I am sure that I need mako no apology for giving entire this pretty littlo poem by Alice Cary A Fable otCluudlnud Two clouds iu tho early morning Como sailing up tho sky Twas summer and the meadowlands Woro brown and baked and dry And the higher cloud was largo and And of a scornful mind black And he sailed as if ho turuodhis back On tho smaller one behind At length in a voice of thunder Ho said to his mato so small If I wasnt n bigger cloud than you I wouldnt be one at Rill And the little cloud that hold her So low along the sky placo Grow roil thou purple in the face And then she began to cryl And tho great cloud thundered out As loud as loud touted be again Lag lowly still amid cry if you will Im going to go to sea The land dont give me back a smile- I will leave it to the sun And will show you something worth your while Before the day is done So off ho ran without a stop Upon his sea voyage bent And he never shod a single drop On tho dry land as ho went And directly came a rumble Along the air ao dim And then a crash and then a dash And the sea had swallowed him I dont make any stir at all Said the little cloud with a sigh And her tears began likivrain to fall On the meadows parched and dry And over tho rye and tho barley They foil and fell all day And soft and sweet on the fields of Till tho wept hor heart awaywheat And tho bean flowers und tho buck They scented all the air wheat And in tho time of the hantltIThere was bread enough and to spare iI know a man like that great cloud muchaa he can live der cloud And ho gives his alms with thun Where there is no nerd to giveIAnd I know a woman Where praise comes not at all keep Liko the modest cloud that could Because she was too small but weep Tho name of one the poor will bless When her day shall cease to be And tho other will fall as profitless As the cloud did in the sea past six months is now at homo with his parents JSOgg bought of Judge Million a sawmill which ho will operate soon on the I Told farm Mr Ogg anticipates success with his mill The twelCe year old son of James 0 Jones died Saturday morning of consumption Rev Lunsfordof Wallacolon conducted the funeral services at tho grave Tho bereaved family has tho sympathy of the communityWashington County Springfield Katie Johnson is ill with pnoumo niaRev L A McCoy returned to Cine Springs last Sundlyevcniug- GeorgqJlay lost a fine bird dog last night It is thought some one poisoned it- Charles McElroy who has been in Louisville for some time huts return ed homo to stay IL Goodloe and Miss Lena Jones were married at the Springfield Ho tel last Monday Night Rot Austin tho woman preacher IH hero for a few days conducting re ligious services at the A M E Zion churchHenry Davidson who works for tho firm of Shunts stud Mayia Undertak ers went to Willishurg last Thursday ou account of a runrn- lOwsley County Sturgeon Robert Evans who hm been very low with fever convalescing slowly Stevens Neoloy lost his littlo son Cluiborn several days ago from pneumoniaZ Murgruins littlo girl has been quite sick of pneumonia but is some better J T Noeloy has spld two of his horses tp Lee Congleton for fIfiO to finish payment on his landtMAHolcpmbof Burning Springs School gayerQwdpyAa ebort viajt in the interest ofthatJnstitution last week He spoake well of that school and its natural advantages n THE FARM Edited by C MAMN Irofiwor ol Hortl culture llc roe College How to Prevent Oat Siiiut As tho time draws near for sowing oats it is well for every farmer to think whother ho would prefer to raise clean oats or to lose n fourth of his crop by smut Ho can have his choice at tho cost of a few cents a bushel on tho seed sown Oat smut like the corn smut is a fungous plant or parasite which grows within the grain of tho host plant Such have no real bias soms and seeds but propagate by means of spores minute living germs of the fineness of flour or dust These longtimeder favorable conditions usually those ol warmth and moisture In the case of oats tho spores so small as not to bo noticed may be on readytoproduce moro smut in the crop that grows A ntunlMr of years ugo a ifItemperature still not high enough to injure the grain AH almost all sued oats contain theIcrop for their development the sufo way is graiujllstgoodsizedkettlestwo tight enough to hold oats and yet admit water reAII1or a frame covered with wire fly screen fa better yet and lastly a barrel for cold water and a good thermometer ntida watch or clock A temperature of 1321R5 degrees F for about ten minutes will tho smut and not injure the grain but a little high er than that or a exposure will destroy the germinating power of the grain too BO we uuut promxl care fully Have one of the kettles filled with water at 110120 degrees and the other atltI35 degree The basket should not rentals much grain as water or it willcool it too much Dip the covered basket in to the cooler kettle anti out several times a minute at a time whirling it a littlo to got the grain niltSIIo to tho wider and well moistened Then dip into tho hotter water in the same tel1l1HraturoIfwater ut once if it falls below UKi pthethan about ten minutes Then take out and dip in cold water after which spread out 10 drfIf the need is tObo sown icon it nwd to bo thor oughly dried This unity seem seine to farmientire year than while doing this gainiiiWatch next weeks Issue for direc potatoesbyS D Evans and son will soon start their sawmill There is quite A number of loga in thoyard and their lumber is much needed by those who contemplate building and re pairing AJ Alumbaugh hiss sold his farm and houso plunder and will in A few days visit his brother John aC Drip Rock In the early spring will go to his son J W Alumbaugh in Texas Conkllng T J Flanory moved Robert Beard to Longs Crook Miss Kieper has been qulto sick but is bettor now Married on tho 2Clh ultMnr1 Margaret Glen jo Monroe Clyde of Anglin Branch also Miss Laura Sandlin to Andy Edwards A heavy rain Sunday caused a Jogulnibutdespair as tho longlookedfor tide never came It was thin privilege of your cor respondent lust week tOMpcnclB night ut u home where there had boon a working that After supper things wore cleared away huge logs wore piled on tho broad firopluce and in tho dim and baring igM of a att pine torch all gathered around for an evenings entertainment Tho shack shack of u cotton gin operated by u small girl nnd toyinns hoard while the honie outdo banjo furnished its merry accompaniment its different members of tho tookn turn on tho floor executing terpsiclioroun features that were by no moans ungraceful Even thin child ron the least tot duced to show how they could danceLThe mother on a low sort under tho torch tho curds briskly and the piledhighwheel and deftly drawn into threads 1i the untiring ringers of the oldest girl while another sot of cards was I operated by tho grandmother novonty whitebatsevery thrifty mountain houaowifo prefers to use Tho old ladys ex pression in tampering tetbe eaeitsoft and like Such ia the happy simple life in one valley a