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JAMES M Independent Weekly Editor and Devoted to the RACERT CAnInterests of Kaltreil nt the 1ftloJHrt clan wrm at jjE HOME 50 CENTS FARM A YEAR be SCHOOL II IIIDEAS The only way olntvc n friend in to be ono Comfort comas tnnlnly from tlio VHO Will of littlti tiling GOOD NATURE 41dIlk to bo tclcnllit- Knrjiiil a little wMI Id MArcli Until toiiml tin1 germ Thai nuln u human Mnlle- Ami when IM found 111 would get A lawpaKd liromt nut firm Wlirruby tlir wnrM iliould 111- 01nIl1 with then term FROM THE WIDE WORLD AtnoricniiH hero sent 85000 forum roliof of till fitmiiiH Hiiirurunt in Swod nn Tlio Ciilmn Senate by n voto of Ifi to R ratified tho reciprocity treaty with tho UniUnl States Tho rolwllion in China issprpaditu The imperial trumps worn recently do fnalfd liy thn retails of Kwaiitf Si pro vince Italy haH decided to tnkn port in tho St Louis Imposition next year Shin will spend 100000 for tIt pur KSO Tho Oar has provided for religious friHMlnm in Kussia also ncodml ro forms In NIugo of local twit fjovorn incut Imvrt Ixxin provided To guard against the invasion o Japancso sailors President lloomivelt has plncod till Midway iHlniidH in tho caro of tho Navy Dopiirtmont Admiral Co hlni with the Carib bean Iund rOil hits lx vn ordered to HoiulnrnH to protect American inter i nU which arc nniilto IK in dainjur Iw caiiHo of dm increasing HoriotiHiitwrt of thin revolution By tea time tho ranama canal in opn Mexico in planning to Inv i steamship lino riiniiini from Mud cnnportit to nil Cariltltenn Central and South American points Tim project wllft htm affect 250000000 Latin Ameri cairn IN OUR OWN COUNTRY President RooMivolt haslet April 0 an thin ditto for his departure upon his contemplate Western trip Socrutary Cortelyou of thin depart ment of comment nnd lrdx r in ftt erffctinf tilt organization of Ids de partment Mr Andrew Carnegie han agreed l give financial backing to a railroad connecting North Central and Foiilh AmlricaTlmlllcdnlllllllion of the Senate is rapidly drawing to a close It in be lieved that both tho Columbian and Cuban treaties will Ixi ratified rFOneiglt capitalists nro preparing to spend 1000000 developing Tonnes w o copM r workings Tfce mineswill Ise oIHIIIII1nlolll thin Jellico river Tho Weekly Cambridge Inms the only newnpaHir in tho world outside of PnriH France run entirely by women mtido its ap caranco in Cambridge MBHH hIt week The live irrigation piojictn decided upon for tho great West will cost S7 UIOXX to construct and will irrigate UOOX0 acren in Arizona Colorado Wyoming Montana and Nevada On Monday afternoon three quar torn of a mile of the St Francis lave on tho Mississippi river broke near TricoH Landing Ark Other loves are in groat danger Allsteamhoat bravo gone into thin busine of rosci ing families mid property Tho nowHpaperH anti thocotifcienre of tho nation are rallying to tho sup port of President Roosevelt in hit straightforward course regarding fen end appointments His enemies have tried to make it appear that ho wan stirring up troubles But tho fuel ia ho han acted toward thocolored race its every president huts donosincotho war mud an every president is solennl Horn to do Thu attempt of certain Southornors to pick a quarrel with him or to bulldoze him not a sue cess COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Moonshiuing in Kentucky has do clued to about ono tontit of its pro port ioim of twenty years ago At a meeting of the oxocutivo coal milteo or tho Kentucky State Fair i was unanimously decided that no harm racing with bolting would ho permitted at tho State Fair to behold at Owensboro Sept 21 to 26 A wreck occurrod on the short line between Jollico and Corbin on the L C N rood last Saturday One man was killed two women fatally injurer and several others wounded Lexington has cancelled all Sunday basoball engagement OUR COUNTY NEWS The Richmond Silver hand has hens reorganized under the leather Whip of Mr F f Cutter a firstclass musician from Beaumont Texas Tho county court on Friday ap propriated IOO for tho 1attio A Clay Infirmary Tho hoard of ladies of the institution hind asked for an ap propriation of 1200 K V Elder Richmond on Satur lily made a settlement with his cred itors on a basis of ro cents on the dollar and has again taken charge 0of his business on Main street A corps of engineers of tho Bluo grass Consolidated Traction company are this week engaged in making sur veys of prolollllirighLK of way on the Lexington l mike for tho electric lino to this oily Jtinluurajiti Norman Argo said to have known Iho original Uncle Tom is dead at Paint Lickat tho reputed mgt of 111 years Argo was horn a slave and belonged to Gout Samuel Kennedy Mrs Slowo obtained most of tho ma terial for Uncle Tones Cabin from the Kennedy plantation in Garrard county The Operetta Old King Colo giver en in Richmond last Friday nail Sat unlay for the benefit of lho 1attio A Clay Infirmary wax certainly n com mendable performance and speaks well for tho ability of Miss Kato Strauss of Cincinnati who drilled the young ooplo The costumes wero gorgeous model r Frank Root of Louisville took thin title rolo in true professional style Miss Sallie White with her beauty dignity and rich lull voice mndnn ideal queen The chortism worn well reudored and tho parts taken by tho children wero Neciallyonjoynble Tho ladies clear lllil handsome Htnn lor thin Infirmary A company of which lion Charles Kerr of Lexington is secretary has been formed to exploit the almost boundless natural resources of the eastern end of the county Went Waco Thrum resources consist of abundant potteryLgas and oil lend And many other pro ducts Tho company expects to erect seasonlThis enterprise will greatly increase tho wealth of our county C L Searcy of Richmond is also a mom her of tho company THE GLEE CLUB For several months the Oleo Club hex IKHJII quietly at work nut the direction of Prof nnd Mrs Lodwick preparing for its annual concert aud tour Those who recall the appear anci of the club in former yenta will anticipato n rare mtiHical trust at tho concert next Tuesday night Tho combination of voices this year is per lisps the best that lists over appeared in lleren most of tho members having hart experience in mule voice singing The program will ho of a popular and varied character Thin club will bo ably assisted by Miss Ethel Putnam mud others Tuesday night March 21 at tho Parish House Ili the date for the concert horn Thoso who enjoy an evening of popular song will make plans to attend On March TO tho Glees Club will givo n concert at Wil linmsburg under tho auspices of tho Academy Literary Society Other dates como in April- SERMON TO FARMERS Pros Frost will ho homo and will preach a sermon to Farmers in tho ovenyPros Frost tins boon away all win ter Ho was away last summer leav ing his own fatally in order that he might build up tho College that helps so many families by educating their children Ho lots preached in Boston Now York Cleveland Cincinnati but wo seldom hoar him in Berea Sundaytwho not got out to meeting very often itomombor tho time Hitch up your horses put tho children in tho wagon and come as you camo on Commencement day FUN AND FACTS- If n barrel weighs ten pounds what can you fill it with to make sovon pounds Holes Farm for sale throof urths of it now rented for cash rent Will soil all or part Will transfer leases Look this up or you will he sorry next fall M K PASCO Boron What is that which you cannot hold for ton minutes although it in as light as a feather Your breath Dont forgot the Glee Club Concert Match 21- Neatest cottage house on Center street for sale Price reasonable Phono r C C D DAVIS Lend your paper this woek to a friend and let him road tho eginnng of that utmost interesting story A STUIIV IS SCAIULT When ho is in terested toll him ho can got TilE CIT ZEN every week for t 2 weeks by sending f0c in money order or stumps to JAMES M RACER editor Boron Ky Why should a man named Ben marry a girl named Annie Because ho would be Bennyfitted mid site would be Annieranted Do you want to buy a sewingmachine made by tho New Homo Sow tug Machine Co and worth Sift for less than I that price If so inquire at TilE CITIZEN office Why should wo never write upon an empty stomach f Because paper is preferable wura- A man of wide acquaintance and good address to represent in Bona ono ol tho oldest best and cheapest accident and hotlth insurance com panies in existence Five hundred dollars 00 In caso of death six dollars per week in case of nccideit six dollars per week in caso of sick ness Tho combined cost is only two dollars 200 per year No IWIOmontB ordues also perfect idontifiratiou free Big commission Writo at once to W E Smith State agent 16 East Main street Lexington Ky Agents making twentyfive weekly T A Robinsons trade in spectacles anti glasses is increasing all the timo His perfect method of fitting tho eyes and his fair and liberal treatment of customers account for it Main St Richmond Ky You can got the highest CASH prico for your poultry and eggs nt J H Nefls opposite Joes Ri hmond REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dross linsoy jeans blankets etc at follow rag pricos Covorlids f 4 to W Linen 40 to flcents a yarn Dress Linsoy 50 cents yardBlankets pairWhite and white blankets ore not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches longAllhomemade dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out whnt tho College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky LITERARY SOCIETY ELECTIONS Last Friday was tho dnto for elect ing officers in our six literary socie ties The following wero the results of the elections Put vPrea Jas M Racer Vice Pros E M Gentry Cor See F Livongood flee See Blovius Al len Troas 0 M Simpson Sorat nuns C L Phelps ALPHA ZETA Pros W H Hum phrey Vice Pros Tom Leahy Cor Sea H M Ernst Roe Sec G G Keener Trens R J Green Ser at arms Clayton Judd BETA KAPPA Pros Jas R Young Vice Pros Stanley Damon Cor Sec Carl Hunt Roc Sec Paul Burgess TreasE T Judd Seratarms Seward Marsh MOUNTAIN SOCIETY Pros R L Howard Vice Pres H C Combs Cor Sec Miss MaudLake Rec Sec Paul Derthlck Treas W N Burch Ser at armns J W Skidmore UTILE DOLCE Pres Myrtle C B Racer Vice Proa Sallie Chrismau Sec Grace Maiden Treas Georgia Smith Marshal Ethel King DOUGLAS Pres Mary E Hick man Vice Pres Bettie Nolan Sec Brownie Cornell Asst Sec Annotte Mister Treas Francis Woods Sor atarms Corinn Smith al WHERE ARE TIlE EYES that are perfect in structure and function Not ono pair in a thousand are free from defects of some kind Some nro BO slight that this wearing of glasses not necessary In other cases the temporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES- will correct detects A test will do cide what must bo done It is made here free of cost Wo carry a largo assortment eyeglasses and spectacles nUll cnn fit sire plo cases immediately TI A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond K- yMONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds dorm in n workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices nUllwith dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner ol Main and Colllni Streets DR ME JONE- Sc Dentist 1e Office Over Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET HOTEL Fittodup Meals Board and pricrsSecond House Richmond Ky R IS ENGLE Prop A J THOMPSON GROCERY AND- RESTAURANT Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream head OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer Sewing Wanted- We are prepared to do all kinds of Sewing at reasonable terms For particulars enquire of Missos Myrtle or Joe Lewis Berea The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR tddIId I Idd IrI z l IO khotIoilIII 101 IIrII lIIoJo i INEW SPRING HATS II Tho new hints for spring HKXl are hero latest stylos just from Now York and Philadelphia and much the largest stock in Madison county to choose from Hats here to please every fancy at prices to suit every pocket hook EXTRA VALUES AT I 100 150 200 250 and up to 5 I Covington and Banks IfKentucky OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND L =+ J NNsHNNhNNNNNNNNNNNNNAn I SIDEBOARD Will be given away by BICKNELL EARLY This month Inquire for Particulars I 11nNSH W NH NN Madison County Roller Mills IIIloilIIIl Manufacturers Fancy Roller FlourICorn Meal Ship Stuffs Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be f hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour oIIII II1 oIr- f Potts Duerson I r KyNTHEODORE JR 73 Phone 47 66 4 I will my registered Duroc Jersey Boar nt my homo in Boron Ky for tho season of 1903 at 60 cents payable at time of service This hear is a very fine hog gave satisfaction during the past season and Is endorsed by some of the best breeders in tho and has in the herd of J W Herndon IGUAUANTBEU Paint Old Berea Red or any other color with HAM M A RBrand PAINT t Bought of tho EAST END DRUG CO They guarantee it If Its From Joplins Its Good A full lino of IUKNITUKB always on hand Wo invito our Boron friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Night stand spring entire county served JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky r ITHECITIZEN Q Choosing a Wife A Man Cant Pick His Mother but He Can Pick His Sons Mother Frnm Learnt Fnnn a Stlf Ma le Mtr tlKiHt lii Ilte n Ill Untrue Jlamcf lAtrtmer llii jxnntwlou of Siiintl Jnu tuinl t Co 1ublislitn loii t Of course youre In no position yet to tliluk of being engaged even and Hints why Im u little afraid tluit you may lw planning to get married Hut a twelve dollar clerk who owes 5J for roses needs a keeper more than a wife I want to say right mere that there al ways comes a tlmo to the fellow who blows JfoJ lit a lick on roses when he thinks how nanny staple groceries he could have bought with the money After all theres no fool like a young fool because in the nature of things lies pot a long time to live I suppose Im fanning the air when I ask you to be gulled by my Judgment In this matter because while a young fellow will consult his father about buying n horse hes cocksure of him Felt winos It comes to picking n wife Marriages tinny be made In heaven but most engagements are made lu the back parlor with the gas so low that n fellow doesnt really get n square look at what hes talking While a man doesnt sec much of a girls family when hos courting ices apt to see a good deal of It when lies housekeep fug and while he doesnt marry his wifes father theres nothing In the marriage vows to prevent the old man lfromu borrowing money from him and can bet If hes old Job Dashkam hell do It A man cant pick his own mother but he can pick his sons mother and when ho chooses n fatherin law who plays the bucketshops ho neednt be surprised It his own son plays tho races Never marry n poor girl whos been raised like a rich one Shes simply traded the virtues of the poor for the vices of the rich without going long on their good points To marry for money or to marry without money is a crime There s no real objection to marrying n woman with a fortune but there is to marrying a fortune with n woman While you are at It theres nothing like picking out n good looking wife because even the handsomest woman looks homely sometimes and so you get n little variety Hut n homely one can only look worse than usual Items ty Is only skin deep but thats deep enough to satisfy any reasonable man I want to say right here that to get any souse out of n proverb I usually find that I have to turn It wrong side out Then too if a fellows bound to marry a fool and n lot of men have to If theyre going to hitch up into a well matched team theres nothing like picking a good looking one I belle e In short engagements and long marriages I dont see any sense in n fellows sitting around on the mourners bench with the sinners after hes really got religion The time to size up the other sides strength is before tho engagement Some fellows propose to a girl be fore they know whether her front and her back hair match and then holler that theyre stuck when they find that films got a cork leg and a glass eye start out on tine principle that married people have only one meal a day and that of fried oysters and tutu fruttl ice cream after tine theater Nut urally a girls got her better nature and her best complexion along under those circumstances But tho really valuable thing to know is how she ap proaches pain and eggs at 7 oclock n in and whether she brings her com plexlon with her to the breakfast table And these fellows make a girl be lieve that theyre going to spend all tho time between 8 and 11 oclock p in for the rest of their lives holding 140 pounds live weight In their lap and saying that it feels like a feather Tine thing to find out Is whether when one of them gets up to holding a ten pound baby In his arms for live ruin utes lies going to curry on as If It- t weighed a ton- TRADING ON- NOTHING That What Old Gorgon Graham Calla Speculation From Letter From a Self Made Mer chant to lilt Son Iru Gtorgt llnrate Isirtmer Now I wet to give you that tip on tho market There are several reasons why It Isnt safo for you to trade on change just now but the particular ono Is that Graham Co will fire you if you do Trading on margin is a good deal like pnddllng around tho edge of the old swimming holeIt seems safe nnd easy at first but before a fellow knows it ho has stepped oil tho edge into deep water The wheat pit is only thirty feet ncross but it reaches vicar down to hell And trading oil margins nears trading on thu ragged edge of nothing Whon n man buys lies buy log something that tho other follow hasnt got When n man sells lies sell Jog something that he hasnt got And its been tuy experience that the net profit on nothing is nit When a specu lator wins ho dont stop till ho loses und when he loses ho cant stop till he wins You have been In the packing bust ness long enough now to know that It takes li bull thirty seconds to lose lils hide and It youll bellovo ino when I tell you that they cnn skin n incur jUtIns quick on change you wont board of trade Indian using your plll for n rug during the long white months Itoeausc you are the son of n pork packer you unity think that you know little more than tilt next fellow abut paper pork Theres nothing In It Th poorest men on earth are the relation of millionaires When I sell futures Oil change theyre against hogs that an traveling Into dry salt nt the rule or ono a second nnd If the market goes up on mo 1vo got the solid moat to de liver Hut If you lose the only part or the hog which you rain deliver Is the squeal I wouldnt hear down so hard on this matter If money was the only thliu that n fellow mild lose on change Hut If n clerk sells pork and the mar kot goes down Ills mighty apt to get lot of Ideas with holey In thou nut bad habits as the small change of his profits And if the market goes up hes likely to go short Ills self respect tc win back his money I dwell n little on this matter of spec illation because youve got to live nexl door to the board of trade nil your lift nnd its n safe thing to know something about n neighbors dogs before you try to pat them Sure Things Straight Tips maid Dead Cinches will come run ning out to meet you wagging their tails and looking as Innocent as if they mini nt Just killed n Intuit hint theyll bite The only safe road to follow In speculation leads straight away Iron the board of trade on the lend run Of course the board of trade and ev cry other commercial exchange have their legltlnmto uses but nil you need to know Just now Is that speculation by n fellow who never owns more pork at n time than ho sees on his hroakfast plato Isnt one of them Whon you be Connie n packer you ninny go on change as n trader until then you cnn go there only as n sucker OLD GORGONS ALPHABET Some Modern Maxim by John Graham Pork Packer Compiled From Letltn From a Self Made Merchant In lite fknibi Gtorgt Harare Lnruntr A A tactful man con pull the stinger from n bee without getting stung Beauty Is only skin deep but thats deep enough to satisfy any reason able man- Clothes dont make the man but they make all of him except his hands and face during business hours Duty menus something unpleasant which the other fellow ought to do Easiest way to make enemies is to hire friends Fools will turn out fools whether they go to college or not Give most men a good listener and most women enough note paper and theyll tell ell they know Hot nit can take up a balloon a long ways but It cant keep it there It you give some fellows a talent wrap led in a napkin to start with In Lust ness they would swap the talent for a gold brick and lose the napkin Just to be sociable some men will cat n little food now and then but what they really live on Is tobacco Knowing how to be humble Is a heap more important than knowing how to be proud Loyalty is the one commodity that hasnt any market value and its the 0110 you cant pay too much for Marriages tinny be made in heaven but most engagements are made In the back parlor with the gas so low that a fellow doesnt really get a square look at what hes taking Never threaten because a threat is a promise to pay that isnt always con venient to meet but It you dont make it good it hurts your credit Of course youre In no position yet to think of being engaged and thats why Im a little afraid that you way be planning to get married Pulling from above and boosting from below make climbing easy Quick to Ore slow to hirewhen youve found youve hired the wrong man you cant get rid of him too quick Remember that when youre right you can afford to keep your temper and that when youro wrong you cant afford to lose it Say less than the other fellow and listen ware them you talk for whom a mans listening ho isnt telling on himself and hes fluttering the fellow who is Tine fellow who has to break open tho babys bank toward tine last of the week for car faro isnt going to be any Russell Sage Unmarried men are a good deal llkca piece of unimproved real eabtetbeyI arent of any particular build on- Vacation of two weeks enough to snake u sick boy well or a lazy ono lazierWhenever any ono offers to let you in on the ground floor its n pretty safe rule to take the elevator to the root garden Xamplo is only a small part of a man agers duties You coin trust n womans taste on everything except mOil and its mighty lucky that she slips up there or wed pretty nigh all bo bachelors Zulus explained tho deacon aro deprived of twentylive helpful little tracts every time you smoke a two bit cigar t Dont Look No Crn Of course if you caut help it thou thnt ouch tho matter But wo believe you cnn Its not n matter of will power TIll world isnt nil going topics Tho wholo trouble is with your livor cold just ono of Ayors Pills each night will remove nil this trouble WORLDS FAIR ITEMS From the Kentucky Exhibit Association Front present indications tho Sony emir Buttons issued to Inchraise tho fund for theJKontueky Building nt tho worlds Iirwill go liko hot cakes In two days after tho first consign ment reached time headquarters in Louisville it wna exhausted Agencies nro being rnpidly established in every county snail orders for these buttons should bo scut to H E Hughes Sec rotary Louisville Ky Ono dollar must accompany each order With tho advert of Spring all the county organizations formed as aux iliaries of the Kentucky Kxhtkit As sociation have taken on now lifo and gone to work with n will born of joy at tho decline of sloppy dais and low temperature Active personal can vasses have begun in practically every section of tine state for subsctip lions to the 100000 fund Tho commercial aud industrial lifo of Kentucky is responding readily and liborially Tho Kentucky Exhibit Association will announce about April Ia popular subscription plan which will give the most popular school teacher in every county in Kentucky 111 in IIIIn free trip to tho Worlds Fair at St Louis next year with all expenses paid Watch for tho announcement Tin SlitniHcli In Ihn Mnn A weak stomach weakens the man because it cnnnot transform the food ho eats into nourishment Health und strength cannot bo restored to any sick mean or any weak woman without first restoring health and strength to tine stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough foot to feed tho tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifitwII sweetens and strengthens time glands cud membranes of tho stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles For sale by East End Drug Co RisersLtltleThn fnmoiio llttlo nills The OriginalSherlock Holmes Story In which that most wonderful of all Detectives made his first appearance in fiction will be published as- A Serial in This Paper You should read A Conan Doyles Masterpiece A Study InScarlet Wlmtx In u Nnmn Everything is in the name whom it comes to Witch Hazel Salvo E C DoWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and nil skin dis eases DeWitts Salvo has no equal This Inns given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DoWitts the genuine For sale by East End Drug Co Kodol Dyspepsia Cure- Digest what you eat J THE HOME GAPES IN CHICKENS correspondent asks for n remedy for gapes Fortunately for myself I IIhuvobeen troubled with the disense Item are HOtna suggestions which I have gleaned frown my most reliable pouf try journals and which would try if tho disenso did appear in my tock First if tho hUlls mire kept in coops and the chickens allowed to run nt largo change tine oops to nn entirely djllt rent plneo Tho disease is ennui jHtsed to bo caused by earthworms and often ono place will bo badly in fected while close to it tine ground will he entirely free Chickens kept on n hoanll1oor are said not to have the gapes For tho same reason the chickens should hover ho felon tho ground but from n trough or hoard If they can ho kept free from tine ills ease until n few weeks old tinny will thou probably recover ol thoir own accord Tho gapo worms ninny bo removed from tho throat with a twisted horse hair or partly stripped feather hut this is rather n dolicnto oH rntion anti young chickens are often seriously injured by it After removing tho worms in this way rub the throat with ono part turpentine mixed with three parts lard This treatment is also good to begin Iwforo the disease nuke its appearance A dose of coal oil is till favorite remedy of one n small piece of can phor gum dropped down tho thront is recommoudtxl by another while yet another gives her chickens very sour whey to drink Will pome ono who Inns n welltried mind successful remedy plenso send it out TWO GAMES FOR CHILDREN The Hidden Paper Take a qunro of white paper two inches each way and let some ono go into n room apart und place it in clear view Then call in other players nnd bid them Find it It is nstonifhing how long this will often take United States MIll Plneo this chairs in n circle nnd nt etjunl distnucen apart and put n play er in each chair Each player Ghosts tho name of some city of the United States The lender standing in tho renter lx gins the game by calling out the names of two of those cities for instance Louisville and San Fran cisco Theso two cities will immedi atoll change places and if tho leader can possess himself of either vacant scat in tho course of the exchange tine persona thus left will become lender in his turn Whon tho leader calls General Delivery every ono must move to some non sent nnd tin person that is left without n seat is tine now louder jKNNir LCSTKK HILL rii lrlnu Wrllrn u I am desirous of knowing iftho pro fession vain obtain lit rhino in hull for prescribing purposes t It hasbeen of great use to me in treating eases of dyspepsia brought on hy excesses or overwork I have never known it to fail in restoring tie organs affected to their healthful activity riOt bottle at East End Drug Cos DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky Currpi Solnlln ItliriiiiiiillKin Mrs A E Simpson wn Craig St Knoxville Tom writos Juno 10th 18991 have boon trying the baths of Hot Springs Ark for rheumatism hut I get more relief from Ballnrds Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything have over tried Enclosed find postollico order for 110 Sound me a largo bottle by Southern Ex press Sold hy East End Drug Co THE SCHOOL LETTER TO TEACHERS NO It will bo interesting to teachers everywhere to know something of thin recent gut homing of educators at Cia cinnati Tho Department of Siitur intondonce of tho education nl association convened in that city February 21 to UJ with n largo at tendance There wero many minter ostiug nnd important Ilthlfls IH nmong which out of tho most notable was that of State Supt Alfred May lies of Illinois on thu topic mills trial Indication in Hiirnl Schools Supl Itnyliss described n country school in his own State ono among n very few of one room that is boated hy n furnace In addition to till fur III1CIlIlIUIcoal bin lieu is milliciont room in mho basement for II workshop Hero hive boon provided n bouili tools aid pntterns which hush boon lundo by the tenchor that thin l oys mutt girls could make simple articles in wood Much enthusiasm was nwnkuiicd on tho pnrt of tho pupils mud parents This particular school hail taken tine prize nt the Strata knit aud hart thereby won enough money to furnish tine schoolroom with pit turns books hid many other seat arrangements Thn attendance wins not much above tine average lUll every student seemed delighted with his work proud of their achievement trod line whole noighlxirhood wits awakened It was plainly shown that nothing hnd been done in this district that could not done in nny rural community Tho principal things necessary are good teachers who know something of tho use of tools mud mire willing to spend some time in teaching nttidonU to use them nnd n smell appropria tion on the part of the district This paper wets iliscuHscd by ExSlIpltrillt- UIllItllt 14D llarvoy of Wihcoiisiii mud by State Suporiutondcnt W W Stetson of those men nro lenders in the IndiiHtrinl work in rural hchoolsnre in thorough favor of it maid Iwliovu lint it cnn hit midi a success Industrial tslucation is ono of tho lending topics of tutu day It is being studied hy tie State aid County Su perintendents nUll will bo ono of the main features for tho next low years Tie Southern Hoard of Education expect to push it in lint South wlturo over they can Teachurs wino lUll prepared to teach indiiNtrios will Ixi in greet demand not only for wool work but fur gnnloning ngticulturi funning mud sewing Huron College is wolltllllipll to furnish tutu noccssnry preparation to those who desiru to engage in this workOther interesting addresses wore HIlIItrIMo Prof Iliihard C Moulton of thicngo University sod its Eliot of Harvard Diversity Pros Kliols address wns How to utilize fully a Kclioolhoiiwt In our next letter wo may give something of thin points in his lecture J W DISSMUKK THE FARM POULTRY RAISING AS AN IN DUSTRY Tim great interest manifested in poultry the brooding stock miss become ono of tho wondtursw of mho times anil its nil intluntry and n paying unit it is developing grunt opportunity In proof of this wo hart only to round what linn boon done in tho ono State of Missouri During tho liiHt fiscal yoar till MIIID real Izeil from tho Miilo of poultry mil eggs amounted toSI7000Ott which placed f + it ahead of tho of her product of tho Slate put together Thin HOOIIIS a wonderful statement hut it in even NO An article from Lowlios Month ly of January Tho front American Hum YirlRivas sore interesting facts The writer dwells upon tho wonderful improvement in fowls iud spanks of the old homely lion that God mado that foul In thin Holds nnd yard with hut little iiUontiou mat says it is n long cull from this an clout fowl to tutu lordly 11 gill 11 or mnssiro Cwhin of tho present slay Everycountry him rontrllwlod to tho development of tho poultry family and as tho result of yours of improve ment wo hull till various broils Tho American Poultry AsHoeialion tells HI thorn run lltJ varieties of fowls 115 of whlih nro duo to line development of mall Tho fanciers hive hy intelligent brooding pro deem fowls of nil sizes from tho Han tarn to tutu mnmmoth hronzo turkey They hnvo IXHUI equally as mieoostfiil in tho variety of colors ns in size Thero urn red black hrown whito and striped feathers hut tho MICCOSS fid brooder studios utility as well beauty For iinttuticu thn average common inn lays nlwut n hundred eggs n year but tho fancier cnn show Inttter results and have wholo Hock hut lay to tho ion two hundred u year NaluroM 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fiiiiinuiilnry Irtiiurnl HiV II SI Miurn Copyright ly Anwrlran Irwj AMntlatlvn And you hntli lie quickened who WITH deud In tri iaMta ami shies IlM hut diuiHt of thin verm Ill licrlbcH tin cOiiilltluii of nil without us Ci Lt lull until rtfliiincil uiul tin so toe Will truth ftllllKl III HUCtl IIIIHMIKfH 4ItOuli Ill v 12 Tit Ill tint the Itti tiru nmii rtlitln tiKiiliiNt It nnil pidally HID duiiitwl ixHKluiiH natural iiinii wliu tincIitH Unit till niiik iirt dillilrtll uf 0114 tluil there guu4 III nil mill nil win dt sIr to lilt ore lirlMtlniiH A minuter III NPW York IB rclHirliil Ii ivciiitlv ImvliiK wild Hint lie knew nutliliiK of tho now birth toot hud iiiviT i xH rliiiciil It hi iqiItr of till that liicii soy nnd timch wo must nay Ift CutlLt true und every timii Iliir Hum Ill II 2 1 Children or dlMibfdlrncv by nature thu children ot writtli tvvn us In Cud nwri nnd lie alono iiuiilllKtl to Ml Its wlitit our lirnrU lire IIUo rill they tire 11011 fill above till thliiKN und diMM nitt ly wlikid JiT xII Tho who world llih In lht ovll one nnd ho till prince of tho IIOWIT of tho ulr till prince of thin world rules It nnd UN people I John v It John slv SO xvl 1111ie life or wulk of till who ore not horn ruin uttovc however It limy vnry In each tno n life ncoordhiK to the fuurm of this world fiillllllliK this denlren of hit Illnil und of the mind nnd It nil din olntlliiict undiT the control uf the uvll one L Hut ao l who k rtrh In merry for liii Kt Illve whcrvwllli lit lavol Uti uYtI when we were dud In iMiui tmlli HUloKcne1 tin tOKtthcr with CtirUt ll y Krue ye cii evtI Und ciiiiitnt ndith ills levi toward un In unit wlilk we went yet Minium Ohrlxt diet fur us When we were yet without xtretiKth ChrUl tiled for till HiiKHlljr When we wero ru iiniles wt Wire rtvondUd to Uotl by till death of lllH Koii tutu v 0 S 10 iKl no lovwl till world that tin world lying the wicked Unit He KHVO only lK Kottell Soil hut whotMHtver Ulleveth In Him thoiild not rhih but have everlntttln life John III TIilN letter flits writ tun tu the Hiilntx the faithful III flirUt JVMIH I II those who hiNd MUVtil on Him nnd truly received Him nnd wore tlurefore nccipUtl III till llelovwl III whom they had redemption by llln bloutl till forKlvenetm of silts stint wero IdoiDiiil with till cplrltunl lilttmliiK In Him 0 II II iI lUll Knowing them how It nil enmo ii i Nut nnd remlndliiK l In m uf their condition by iiiiiun1 that they iiiluhl watch theimwlveK have no iimlliliiicr In thstiiii vies but rejoice In OhrJdt Jesus 1hll Ill t Thai In the IIIH to turn ale mlftht hew III iitIrnc irtsi of tile glUe In IIU kliktnwK tuwunl u through Christ Jail Qulckenitl with Christ rnlwnl tip with Him neated with Him In the heawnllox girt Home of the truths In them und the precedlnc verses Kino where It Is rrurllled with Him dead with Him burled with Him risen with Him MiirrVrhiK with Htm clorttlttl with Him comtiiK with Cal t Itom vl IU Mil 17 Oil Ill 11 What Ho did nnd HUffercd for In our Mend us our nulixtltutc we tire liHiketl UIKJII nn having done nnd Mif fered with Him We ciinnot feel tint 41I1II1ZI this hut we onn llrinly believe lit tutu that In what He Ilk us to do Only In the nKt to come tdmll we wv the full HlKiilllvancu of It nil when I with nl saints we nhnll tomprehund WH ciinnot now the hrenilth nnd liHKtli nnd depth nnd height of the love that imcxelli knowletlKe ICph HI IS WI I Tor by Krnc lire ye nuvnl through faith ami tlmt nut of youriHvm It U the rlft ut nkl not of works lot any man nhoulil bount The law wits given by Moson hut Krnce nnd truth mine by Jesus Christ- I In WIIN full of Krnce tutu truth John M 17 Truth tellH nnd nhown just what we ore nnd crnrw wivw III Hpltw of It all Nut only do the epUtlon biKln nnd end with Hoinethlm nbout grace but Home of them nre very full of Kriici In hU own elIII 1uul ftlt that hut grace of 5od wow exceedluc uhtmdant U Tim 11 In hU epistle he has much to nay of thin glory of ills Krace tutu till oxceedlni riches of HU KTIIW I II 7 II 7 do IIllt know that It better dellneil nny where than In II Cor vlll 0 und when wo can nee tutu know how rich He WIIH nnd realize III wome measure how poor Ho biruine for us we whnll then know more fully the lueunhiK of grace Ior wo are Ills warkmni lilp cro ntnl III Christ Joiws unto goil works which Oixl hath before orilalnitl lIre pored that wo should walk In tliuin While no works of ours can either Bnve tiN or help to BUVO or mid to our wifety hilt If wmd It niunt be by tie work of Christ nhme yet there lit SodH plan tin abundance of work fur HiivcU people I have found that If you link a company ot ChrlHthiiis to re peat verse beKlnnlm ThU n faith fob HiiyliiK they almost Invnrlnbly nv peat I Tim 15 but It u very tort tlilnjr for any OttO to repent Tit HI 8 Many know John III ID but very feY eeem to know I Julio III 10 Many url willing to be HiivwJ freely by the grace of Hixl but not many are willing to work out that tutlvatloii day by day rUII II 1J for It fonts more humility tutU self denial than many tire willing to let Clod give them It we only knew hint better lilt love would constrain us to bo gladly wIllliiB to have hint I Work In Iud tUrouch us nil the good Works He hUll prepared for us lie needs not our works but men do A STUDY IN SCiI1Erf By A CONAN DOYLE PART ONE lMng II reprint fmm tIC rcminitccncM ufJnlm II Walnut J late uf the unit medical ilciirtmcnt- CHAITKH III tho year 1878 took my lUfjroo of doctor of mediclno of tlio University of London nnd proceeded to Nutloy to po throtiKli thn courso iroAcrilmd for mir CCOIIH In t Ito nrmy IluvhiK completed my MuclloH there I was duly attncliHl to tho fifth Korthumhorland 1unillurrt as nnslhtaut nur foii The rcKtment was rtntldiied in I tub in at tho time and ho font could join it tho second AfKhnn war had broken out Un landing lit liomhay I hmrnod that my corp hall advanced through tho pnwos and was nl rondy deep in tho enemys country I followtMt however with many other olllctirH who wnro in tho sumo situntloti ns myHlf nnd nucceo hHl III ronolilnu Kandahar in hafety whero I found my reKltiKtnt and at once entered upon my new ilutien hut cauuipaign hnni ht honorHand pro motion to many hilt for mitt It hadnoth big hut mlKfortuno and dinnstor I was removed from my brigade nnd nttnohed tho llurknliiriM with whom I served at tho fatal battle of Mniwaiid TJioni I wax struck on tho Hhouhlor by n lenll linllnt which shattered tho IKIIIO nnd uniiud tho Hubiilavinn artery I Hhouhl haIl fiillan Into time hands of hut tumor ilurous OliariK liad it not liocii for tho devotion nnd cournno shown by Mnrrnj1 lilY orderly who throw mo across n park licirM mid Micoeedeit in briiiKliiK mo unto ly to thu Hrttlxh lined Worn with haul nnd wonk from tho iroloiiKc l lmnlslilN which I had under Konn Wai removed with II grunt train of woundtil utitrerers to tho ba o lies iltal nt Ilwhawur Hero I rallied nnd had already improveil FO for ns to ho ablo to walk about tho wards nnd uven to bask n little on tho vnrnndn when MnsKtruck down by enteric fever that jurwi of our II nil HIIUN For mouths my lift WON ihirniilnMl of nnd when nt lust I came to mywlf nnd cnmu cxinvalesoeiit wits no wvnk nnd emaciated that a iiifitlual hutrd titter In tutu that not n day should In loot in pendliiK mo Imnk In Kiifflaml was lIa uitfliiHl accordingly III the troopship Jronttm nnd landeil n iiionth Inter till IorUmouth jolty with my hrnlth Irre triovalily niluvd but with iHirinisxIon from n pnternnl Kvernmuiit to upend the next iilm months in attemptint to improve it had neither kith nor kin III HIIK land antI was therefore M freo ns nlror as trio nsan iiicomo of 11s 111 a day will iHjrmit n limn to ha Under such olruuiustaneus naturally gravitated to Ixiiidoti that great afpool Into which till the ItmiipTH anti Idlers of tho entire emptro am irronlstlbly drained There I Ktald fur wimo time lit n lirivato lintel in thoHtnmd lendiiiK n ncomfortlesc moan iiiKIwi exihtnncu and KiMiidliiK such money as I hind connideraldy moro fno ly than I ought Ko alarming did the state of my llnnuceH liocome that I soon renllzeil that I mutt either leave tho metrooUN and rusticate tiomewhuro in the country or that I must maku n com plete alteration In my styli of living ChiKixinK the latter alternative I Kan by iimklnt up my mind to lenvo the ho tel and to tnku up my quarters III Homo Iocs pretentious tool less oxiwnsivo domi cileUn tho very tiny that I had come to this conclusion I was HtaudinR nt tho Criterion bar when some ono tapped mo on tho shoulder nud ItirniiiK round I recognized young Ktnmfoid who had ktm it dresser ninlcr mo nt Harts The eiuht of n friendly face in tho great wil derness of ijondon is a pleasant thins Indued to a lonely moan III old day Stamford had never boon n particular crony of mine but now I hailed him with enthtuhLsm antI he in his tutu appeared to bo delighted to sue mo In thu nxubornnco of my joy I asked him to lunch with mo at tutu IIollKirn null wo started oil toother in a hansom ii Whatever havo you liccn doliiR with yourself Watson ho asked in undis Kuh eil wuudur as wo rattled through tint crowded London streets You are us tutu as n lath and an brown as n nut gave htm a short sketch of my ad ventures mid lund hardly concluded it by thin into that wo reached our desti nation Poor devil ho saul commlscrat liiKly after Jio hail listened to my mis fortunes What art you up to nowr Looking for lodttlngs I answered trying to solve the problem ns to whether it is pONsiblo to get comfortable rooniH nt rontouablo price 1jlmtM a strango thing remarked my You tiro tho second man today Unit has used that expression to mo And who was tho first I asked A follow who Is working at tho chemical laboratory up at tho hospital Ho was ItemoanitiR himself this morn lug because ho could not got some ouo to go halves with him in some nice rooms which ho hind found aunt which wero too much for hits purse fly Jovol I cried if ho really wants Bomo ono to share tho rooms and tho expense I nm tho very man for him I should prefer having n partner to being alone Young Stamford looked rather strangely at mo over his wineglass You dont know Sherlock Holmes yet ho 111111II Perhaps you would not care for him ns n constant companion Why what is thero against him Oh I didnt say thero was anything against him Ho is a littlo queer III his Iohciisuut enthusiast in branches of science As far ns I know ho Is a do cent fellow enough A medical student I suppose I BnllLNo I havo no idea what ho intends to go in for I bellovo ho is well up in anatomy and ho is a first class chemist tint ns far as I know ho has uoror taken out any systematic medical classes Ills studies urn very desultory and eccentric butt ho bait amassed n lot of out of tho way knowledge which would astonish hit Professors Did you never ask him what ho was going III for I asked No Ho is not a utah that it is easy to draw out though ho can bo commu nlcntivo enough when tho fancy scizos Urn II should like to meet him I until If lain to hodgo with one I should prefer II man of studious amid quiet hab its I amnotKtrong enough yet tohtand much noiHO or excitement I hall enough of both in Afghanistan to last mo for the remainder of my natural existence How could I meet this friend of yours Ho is sure to bo nt die laboratory Ho either avoids tho place for weeks or duo ho works there from morning to night If you like wo shall drive round together utter luncheon Certainly answered and the con versation drifted away into other chan minIs As wo mado our way to tho hospital titter leaving tho Holhorn Stamford gave mo a few moro particulars about time gentleman whom I proposed to take as a fellow lodger You mustnt blame me If you dont got on with him ho said I know nothing moro of him titan I have learned from meeting hint occasionally III tho laboratory You proposed this arrange ment so you must not hold mo respon sible If wo dont get on it will bo unity to part company I answered It KCCIIIS to me Stamford tII added look ing hunt nt my companion that you have some reason for waxhlngyour hands of the matter Is this follows temper so formidable or what is It Dont bo mealy mouthed about it It is not easy to express tho inex pressible tI ho answered with a laugh Holmes Is n littlo too IIclonlll1o for my tastes It approaches to cold blooded ness I could imagine Juts giving n trivial a little pinch of tho latest vegetable al kaloid not out of malevolence you un derstand but simply out of a spirit of Inquiry in order to havo an accurate idea of tho effects To do him justice I think that ho would tako it himself with tIme same readiness Ho appears to havo n pnsloii for dollnlto and exact knowl edge Very right too Yes but it may IK pushed to excess When it comes to beating thin subjects III tho dlsiccting rooms with n stick it is certainly taking rather n bizarre shape HeatinK thin subjects Yes to verify how far bruises may Iw produced after ulenthu I saw him nt it with my own eyos And yet you say ho is not a medical student No Heaven knows what the objects of his studies aro Hut hero wo are and you must form your own impressions about him As he spoke wo turned down n narrow lauo mid passed through n small side door which opened into n wing of tho great hospital It was fa miliar ground to mo awl I needed no guiding as we ascended Ibo bleak stone staircase and mado our way down the long corridor with its vista of white washed wall nnd dun colored doors Near tho farther end n low arched pas sago branched away from it and led to thu chemical laboratory Titus was a lofty chamber lined and littered with countless bottles Broad low tables wore scattered about which bristled with retorts test tubes and lit tlo Hunsen lamps with their blue flick ering flames Thero vas only ouo stu dent in tho room who was bending over n distant table absorbed III hit work At tho sound of our steps he glanced round and sprang to his feet with a cry of pleasure Ivo found Itl Ive fount ill ho shouted to my com panion running toward us with a test tubo III his lamb I have found a ro agent which is precipitated by hemoglo bum nnd by nothing else Had lie oils covered n gold mino greater delight could not havo shone upon his features Dr Watson Mr Sherlock Holmes said Stamford introducing us How nro you ho said cordially gripping my hand with n strongth for which I should hardly have given him credit You have been in Afghanistan tI earth did you know that I asked in astonishment Newer IIIll1dtmlll he chuckling to himself Tho question now is about hemoglobin No doubt you sco tho rig iillloanco of this discovery of mino It is interesting chemically no doubt I answered but practically Why man It is tho most practical medicolegal discovery for years Dont you see that it gives us an infallible test for blood stains Como over hero nowl Ho seized mo by tho coat sleeve in his eagerness and throw nm over to tho table at which he haul been working Let us have seine fresh blood ho said digging a long bodkin into his huger and drawing ofT tIme resulting drop of blood III n chemical pipette Now I add this small quantity of blood to a liter of wa ter You perceive that tho resulting mixture has tho appearance of true wa tot Thin proportion of blood cannot bo moro than otto III n million I havo no doubt however that wo shall bo ablo to obtain hue oharacteristia reaction As ho spoke ho throw Into tho vessel a few white crystals aiifl then added somo drops of n transparent fluid In nn III mutant time contents assumed n dull ma hogany color and a brownish dust was precipitated to tho bottom of tho glass jar Ha lint ho criod clapping huts hands mid looking us delighted as a child with a now toy What do you think of thatIt seems to bo a very delicate tost I remarked Uoautiful beautiful Tho old guam cum test was very clumsy and uncer tain So is tho microscopic uxnminntion for blood corpuscles Tim latter is value loss if tho Ftnlns are a fow hours old Now this appears to act ns well whether tm blood is old or new Had thin test bocn Invented there nro hundreds of men now walking tho earth who would long ago hnvo paid tho penalty of their crimes Indeed I murmured Criminal cases nro continually hing ing upon that ono point A man is sus pected of a crime mouths perhaps alter it unit bout committed Ills linen or clothes art examined nnd brownish Btnlns discovered upon thorn Aro they bloodstains or mud stains or rust stalim or fruit stains or what nro they That Is n question which hUH puzzled many nn expert amid why Because thero was no rollllhio test Now wo havo tho Shier lock IIulmcH test nnd thero will no lout gum ItO nny difficulty Ills eyes fairly glittered ns ho spoko nnd ho put his hand over his heart nud bowed ns if to somo npplntidinK crowd conjured up by his imagination You nrtj to ho congratulated I roo marked considerably surprised at hit enthusiasm Them was tho case of Von Uischoff at Frankfort last year Ho would cer tainly Imvobcon hung hall this test been In existence Thou them was Mason of Bradford nnd tho notorious Muller amid Lufevro of Montpollier and Samson of New Orleans I could nuiitu n scoro of cases in which it would have boon lied sive You SMIII to lie a walking calendar of crime tI said Stamford with a laugh You might start a paper on those lines Call it The 1olico News of tho Post Very interesting reading it might bo made too remarked Sherlock Holmes sticking a small piece of plaster over tho prick on his finger I have to be careful ho continued turning to me with n smile for I dabble with poi sons a good deal tI He hold out huts hand ns ho spoke nnd I noticed that it was all mottled over with similar pieces of piaster and discolored with strong acids Wo camo hero on business tI said Stamford sitting down on a three logged ttool and pushing another one in my direction with his foot My frjcnd lucre wants to tnko diggings and as you wero complaining that you could got no ouo to go halves with you I thought that I hud bettor bring yon together Sherlock Holmes seemed delighted nt tho idea of sharing hula rooms with mo limo my eye on n suit iu Baker street ho said which would suit us down to tho ground You dont mind tho smell of strong tobacco I hope 1 always eiiioko ships myeolf I answered Thats good enough I generally havo chemicals about and occasionally do experiments Would that annoy you Hy no moans Let mo set what are my other shortcomings I got iu tho dumps at times nnd dont open my month for days on end You must not think I nm sulky whrnI do that Just let mo alono nnd Ill soon bo all right What havo yon to confess now Its just as well for two follows to know tho worst of ono another before they legin to live together I laughed nt this cross examination I keep U bull pup I said nnd object to rows because my nerves are shaken ami I get UIIIIt all sorts of ungodly hours and I am extremely lazy I havo another sot of vices when Im well but those are tho principal ones nt present Do yon include violin plnying in your category of rows ho asked anx iously It depends on tho player I answer ed A well played violin ia n treat for tho gods A badly played ono Oh thats all right ho cried with a merry IIIUlhII I think wo may con sider tho thing ns settled tlmt is if tho rooms are ngrccablo to you When shall wo too thorn Call for mo lucre at noon tomorrow bid won go together nod sottlo every thing ho answered All right noon exactly said I shaking hits hand Wo left him working among his chemicals nnd walked together toward my hotel By tho way I asked suddenly stop ping and turning upon Stamford how thin deuce did ho know that I hind como from Afghanistan My companion smiled an enigmatical smilo Thats just his littlo peculiarity ho salt A good many peoplo have wanted to know how ho finds things out Oh A mystery IIIIU I cried rub bing my hands This is very piquant I am much obliged to you for bringing ns together Tho proper study of man kind is man you know You must study him then Stain ford said as ho bade mo goodby Youll flint him a knotty problem though Ill wagor ho learns moro about you than you about him Goodby Goodby I answered and strolled on to my hutch considerably interested in my now acquaintance CHAPTER II Wo mot next day as ho had arranged anti inspected tho rooms at 321 b Baker street of which ho had spoken at our meeting They consisted of a couple of comfortable bedroom and a siuglo large airy sitting room cheerfully furnished amid illuminated by two broad windows So desirable III over way wero tho apartments nnd so moderate did tho terms seem when divided between us that tho bargain was concluded upon the spot anti wo nt otico entered into possession That very evening I moved my things round from tho hotel and on thin following morning Sherlock Holmes followed mo with several boxes and port manteaus For a day or two wo wore busily employed in unpacking anti lay log out our property to tho host advan tage That done wo gradually began to Fcttlo dawn and to accommodate our solves to our new surroundings Holmes was certainly not a difficult man to hive with Ho Wilt quiet III huts ways and his habits wero regular It was rare for him to bo up after 10 at night and ho had invariably breakfasted nnd gone out before I rosin III tho morning Sometimes he spout hits day nt tho chemical laboratory sometimes Iti ttio dissecting rooms anti occasional ly in long walks which appeared to take cityNothinglImo working fit was upon him but now nnd again n reaction would seize him and for days on end ho would lie upon tho sofa III the sitting room hardly ut toting n word or moving a muscle from morning to night On these occasions I have noticed such a dreamy vacant ox pression III his eyes that I might have suspected him of being addicted to time nso of somo narcotic haul not tho 10mI perance nud cleanliness of his forbidden such a notion As tho weeks wont by my interest in him and my curiosity as to huts aims iu lifu gradually deepened and increased His very person and appearance were such as to strike the attention of tho most casual observer III height ho was rather over feet nnd so excessively lenn that ho seemed to bo considerably taller Ills eyes were sharp and piety lug ravo during those intervals of tor por to which I ham alluded and his thin hawkllko nose gave huts wholo ox pression an air of alertness nnd decision Ills chin too hUll the prominence and squareness which mark tho man of do termination Ills hands wero invariably blotted with ink and stained with chem icals yet ho was possessed of extraordi nary delicacy of touch ns I frequently had occasion to observe when I watched him manipulating hits fragile philosoph ical instruments Tho render may set mo down us n hopeless busybody when I confess how much titus man stimulated my curiosity and how often endeavored to break through tho reticence which ho showed on all that concerned himself Before pronouncing judgment however bo it remembered how objectless was my life nud how littlo there was to cngago my attention My health forbado mo from venturing out unless tho weather was exceptionally genial nnd I haul no friends who would call upon mo amid break tho monotony of my daily exist cagerlyaround my companion nud spent much of my time in endeavoring to unravel it IIo was not studying medicine He had himsnlf iu reply to n question con firmed Stamfords opinion upon that point Neither dill ho appear to have pursued nny course of rending which might fit him for a degree in science or any other recognized portal which would givo him nn entrance into the learned world Yet his zeal for certain studies was remarkable and within eccentric limits his knowledge was so extraordi narily ample and intimate that his obser rations have fairly astounded ma Suro ly no mUll would work so hard to attain such precise information unless ho hud some doflulto end in view Desultory readers are seldom routarkablo for tho exactness of their learning No man burdens hits mind with small matters unless ho has some very good reason for doing so His ignorauco was as remarkable as huts knowledge Of contemporary litera tutu philosophy and polities ho appear ed to know next to nothing Upon my quoting Thomas Carlylo ho inquired in tho Jiaivest way who ho might be nUll what ho had oboe My surprise reached a climax however when I found inci dentally that ho was ignorant of tho Copewtcan theory and of tho composi tion of tho solar system That nuy civi lized human being in this nineteenth century should not bo aware that tho earth traveled round the sun appeared to bo to mo such nn extraordinary fact that I could hardly realize it You appear to bo astonished ho said smiling at my expression of sur prise Now that I do know it I shall do my bet to forget It To forgot it You set ho explaiucd I consider that n mans brain originally is liko n littlo ouipty attic nnd1 you have to stock it with such furniture as yon choose A fool takes in all the lumber of every sort that ho comes across so that tho knowl edgo which might bo useful to him gets crowded out or at best is jumbled up1 with a lot of other things so that ho has n difficulty III laying his hands up on it Now the skillful workman is very careful indeed ns to what ho takes lute his bruin attic ITo will havo nothing but tho tools which mny help him in doing his work but of these ho tins a largo assortment and nIl in tho most perfect order It is a mistake to think lint hint little room has elastic walls and cnn distend to extent Depend upon it thero conies a timo when for every addition of knowledge you forget something that you know before It is of tho highest importance therefore not to have useless facts elbowing out tho useful ones But the solar system I protested What tho deuce is it to mo ho in terrupted impatiently You say that wo go round tho snu If wo went round tho moon it would not mnko a penny worth of difference to mo or to my work I was on the point of asking him what that work might be but something in his manner showed mo that tho question would bo an umuwelcoutun ono I pondered over our short conversation however and endeavored to draw my deductions from it lIe said that ho would acquire no knowledge which dill not boar upon huts object Therefore all tho knowledge which ho possessed was such ns would bo useful to him I enumerated in my own mind nil tho various points upon which ho had shown uio that ho was ex ceptionally well informed I oven took n pencil and jotted them down I could not help smiling at tho document when I lund completed it It riot III this way SIlEllLOCK HOLMES HIS LIMITS Knowledge of Literature Nil 2 Knowledge of Philosophy Nil 3 Knowledge of Astronomy Nil 4 Knowledge of Politics Feeble 3 Knowledge of Botany Variable Well np in belladonna opium and poi tolls generally Knows nothing of prac tical gardening tI Knowledge of Geology Practi cal but limited Tells at a glance tIlt ferent soils front each other After walks hits shown mo sploshes upon his trou sent nnd told mo by their color nud con sistence III what part of London ho had received them CimonitstryProfouimtl 8 Knowlcdgo of Anatomy Accu rate but unsystematic 0 Knowledge of Sensational Litera ture Immense lie appears to know every detail of every horror perpetrated in tho century 10 Plays tho violin well playerhioxer12 has n good practical knowledge of British law When I hind got so far in my list I throw It into tho fire III despair If I can only find what tho follow is driving at by reconciling all thcso accomplish ments and discovering n calling which needs them nil I said to myself It 1 may as well give up tho attempt at once fTO BE CONTINUED It Doesnt Scare Folks to be told the truth about Lion Coffee thosethateggs glue and such stuff wholesomeone sealedpness sod aiiIormltr rCanvasser Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK n journal for advertisers published weekly at live dollars n year It teaches tho science and practice or- Advertising and is highly- estecmed by tho most successfuladvertisers in this country and Great Britain Liberal commission allowed Address 1MUNTKIIS1 INK 10 Spruce St Now York Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Vcrrani who board themselves ran upen4 n much or little M thcy choospon living cxpciix It pays to havo a little extra money onlrcl uren books and otberflfclUR But tho necessary expenses Bra only tf follows To pay the Stat day umm IIAIL hAIL School Incidental Fee f 460 1160 Ex iIosptta1Fee 25 25 lIoobetc about 200 2B icncntl Deposit 00 Furnished Itoom fuel 4 25 5 25 First Mouthl Board 600 Living 1700 SpcuRCg termJAunllry j Jllgtnnlng 2d Mo Board 5 00 6 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 5 00 5 00 2SM lOllOcnl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Kxpenne 13 Week 27 27 00 For those belowJA Grammar deduct the 12 for hook and It from incidental fee making the Quit only H84CO When four girls room together each saves 12 or more on room nud fuel making tho total only Wr4flo if classed below A Grammar Room unit fuel cost one dollar more in the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc ran usually be rented for from It to JC a term The price of n big calf n little tanbnrk or H few lioineajmn bedcovers will Rive n torm of Acliool which will change OIIAA whole life for tho bett- eriHORSESHOEING At pricesAll 65c I Other work in proportion Satis faction guaranteed Dalton Walden Goldeni Old Stand WeakHearts Are due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indlgesliononlytraceablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and agalnsuhehearlthe heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased stomachtroublewith It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only IrlalsizePrepared by E O DWITT CO CHICAGO The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR r I THE CITIZEN I INNNNNNNNNNNNNN NN N11NNNN i LOCAL AND PERSONAL l NNN MINIM Cbnrlie White is suffering from pneumoniaMiss Cornelius has recovered from illness of last week Grace and Willie Prostou have been visiting their grandparents Charlie Preston and fatuity have boon visiting his wifes parents near Broadhend J Matt Benge loft Tuesday with his family to take up his residence iu Tuscola Ill Bat H J Dorthick of the Second Church preached at McKoe last Sun day morning and night Mrs Laura Embree was in Lancas ter last Friday in the interest of the Womens Christiau Temperance Union II M Racer has again taken up his work in school and in the barber shop after a few days illness at the HospitalNorman Frost returned Saturday from Cincinnati Imvinir fully recover ed Irons the remit operation for appendicitis Last week Mrs L W Johnson and little sou returned from Indiana liar ing spent a very pleasant week with her daughter Mrs W S Connor The following persons from hero attended the operetta King Cole at liichmoud last Friday and Saturday MrsL V Dodge Helen Kneeland I Miss Beebe Chas Hanson Dr L A t1 Davis N A McCune H M Wallace C M Canfield and Mr and Mrs J RacerFRuth Paxson the traveling secretary of the Young Womens f Christian Association of the South art rived yesterday and was tendered a rent last night at the Parish House local society at which many young people besides the members were present by special invitation In spite of tho inclement weather a good audience greeted Ralph Par lette the humorist at Tabernacle Monday night No one regretted that ho had braved the storm for Mr Parletto never disappoints his audi once For two hours he entertained and instructed his hearers as only a Parlette cal- lExPresident Loos of Kentucky University will address the students and general public at the Tabernacle Sunday night March 29 Prof Looi v is a leading man in the Christian Disciple church and a distinguished educator All congregations and peo plo in this vicinity but especially those of the same faith with Prof presI ent Through an inadvertence last week 11 Tho Citizen was made to say that but 72 of the 300 in the freshman class1 i at Yalo managed to pass the recent t examination when it should have said that but 72 of the 350 in the class passed with grades high enough to place them in tho first division Ray mond Oaborno of Berea was one of the 72 but the story is even better than that for Boron must be credited with furnishing two of tho 72 in the find division instead of only one Edwin Embreo familiarly known as Nibs is the other Berean earning the distinction In a letter from Iligan Misimas Province Philippine Islands dated Jan 12 Frel Lunsford formerly of Berea says that he is now stationed at the above point after having done duty at several places They aro engaged in building a road I from Iligan to Lake Lanao a distance of 25 miles Ten miles of the road are- I already finished He gives a graphic account of a comrade unarmed suc P cessfully withstanding two natives armed with knives until help arrived I and escaping with only lour or five cuts on his arms and legs Mr Luns ford enlisted Aug 25 1901 at Lex ington has been in the Philippines since Dec 11 1901 and is employed as cook for Co L 28th Inf to which ho belongs COLLEGE ITEMS Perry P Shrock class of 1902 is to ho addressed as P 0 Clerk Pitts burg Pa- Ulyssess Burgess was called home to Lawrence county Wednesday morning on account of his fathers healthDr and Mrs J A R Rogers havo just gone to Todd Seminary Wood stock Ill to spend some time with their daughter Mrs Noble Hill Their son Allan connected with the Atlanta Constitution is recovering from a severe illnessIMiss Marguerite Boag who hosenter ed upon her duties as Superintendent JJoo i of tho Hospital has had threo years experience in Chicago as a trained nurse sinco completing her course She was secured through tho good cilices of Prof Chamberlain whoso sudden death we had to chronicle last week Wallace A Battle of tho Here College class of 1900 is doing a great work in Mississippi founding an industrial school at Okalona He has tho confidence nnd support of the leading citizens white as well as col ored and tho papers say ho is stead ily doing the impossible Good for you Battle Keep up that smile that makes friends If you nro a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and do sire a position you should at once on rollwith the Teachers Cooperative Union tho most hustling wideawake teachers agency in the West Dont put it off Write immediately to BINKLGV ic BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is a graduate 01 Beroa College was for seven years a student horo is a native Kentuckian and well known heroEu Win E Judd who has so ably managed tho college farm for two years loft last week with his family for his home near South Dayton Chautauqua county NY whero Mr Judd owns n woll improved farm which huts been in the family since 1817 Mr Judd could not secure a suitable tenant for his farm and so determined to make the change ills two sons Clayton and Ethel will roo main in Borea The ninny friends whom Mr Judd has made nee him depart with regret NEARLY SI A WORD For Conan Doylo London Cablegram to the New York HtrnMI Dr Conan Doylo has just entered into a contract by which he will roo ceivo the largest sum that huts ever been paid to any author for a work English and American magazines have jointly agreed to pay him Jtl 800 SJOOO each for twelve stories of ten thousand words each This payment is at the rate of tlSO 5900 p thousandwords No other author receives more than w0 S2i1O per thousand words so that front the rate of payment now agreed to be mado to Dr Doyle some appreciation of the popularity of his work can be gained The opening chapter of Conan Doyles best story begins in this is sue We congratulate ourselves upon being able to give to our renders the best work of to able and distinguished an author i CORRESPONDENCE i ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Mr Patton formerly of Morehead has taken up his residence heroEd Hiatt toad wife of Morehcad have rented rooms at tho homo of J H jigmon Mips Florence Berrys siege with the measles did not develop into anything seriousA fine cow belonging to J J Wood and valued at S 50 was recently struck by a passing train BUll killed Everything points favor ably toward striking oil at the point where tho well is being drilled The drill has already gono through four feet of oilHllIlIlMrs Mark Watkins was a guest of her brother in Dereu last weok SCAFFOLD CANE Rev Win Lodwick of Berea Col lego recently conducted services at the Hart schoolhouse J E Ham uond and wifo are visiting friuuds at Hamilton ODalt Wnddlo is again able to bo out ROCKFORD Eli Billions has returned homo from Texas Tom Quinn has moved to Berea The nowly married cou pies Mr and Mrs W H Stephens and Mr and Mrs I L Martin worn recently given a serenade at the homo of A P Ahnoy at Davis Branch They have measles at J S Waddles MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Rev T N Talbott of tho M E church preached his valedictory sor non Sunday night Those who lis euod thought it a very eloquent sermon Rev Talbott is n progres sivo minister and he leaves for con crones with the best wishes of ovary one for his return to our cityMiss James Alice Hawkins of Herds Hill is seriously ill with consumption at this writing Tho rally at the Bethel Baptist church last Sunday netted quito a neat suns of money Tho in Cant son of Mr and Mrs Edward j 10 Gordon died last week ol pneumonia Mrs Mary Spencer of Hords Hill is critically ill at this writing Franl Lewis of this city died at time pest house of smallpox Saturday Tin singing of Black Patti rendered at thin Opera house Friday evening is said to bo the host of the season- MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Misses Sarah nUll Alico Lawson wore the guests of Mary mid Nannie Gahbard Monday nightSam Mur rill of Mnulden Jackson county nut Robert Chestnut wero here Monday tho guests of G B Gabbard Mr Murrill expects to buy property nm locate hereMrs Lyda Coyle who has been spending tho winter with her daughter Mrs Champ returned to her home Monday Elln tho wife of Charley Kindred died suddenly Saturday night at the homo of lllr mother Mrs Shockloy Tho burial took place at Wallace chapel at JJJtt oclock Sunday evening Thin funcr alservices were conducted by Roy T Wyatt Mrs Kindred was a dovotwl Christian woman Besides her hums band two children survive her Tin1 sympathy of tho whole community is with tho bereaved family Oscai Gabbard returned Sunday from his visit in Jackson county Hock Wil son amid wife of Big huh were tho guests of Mr nnd Mrs Mack Maupiu Sunday Miss Nannie Gnhbnrd spout Sunday with Miss Addle Baker VALLEY VIEW There have been three deaths hero this week On tho saran day old Mr Bryson and time wife of Mr Winkloy were buried The other death way that of the infant child of William Hume Smallpox hero is now a nalbriskbunch of small shoats wore sold by Win Leadford for 30Meriem Sandlin was tho purchaser this week of a fine work mule Purchase price 127WG M Lyons is making some improvements on the streets in front and rear of his storeF- ARRISTOWN James Elmoio and Robert White and family have moved to John D Harris farm to tend a cropChar hey Banaugh and Mr Criglor wore tho guests of Miss Susie Blythe Sun day evening Rev D C Francis preached a wonderful sermon hero Sunday niJhtOur Sundayschool is yet alive and wo havo n largo at tendance The boys are catching lots of fish now Emma Watts is very illMiriam Shearer who has been ill is somewhat bettorAroad to Potts mill is being oponedup OWSL Y COUNTY EVERSOLE High waters have dono considera bin damage along the South Fork river Uaytlen Reynolds has return el from a trip down tho river with logs anti reports good prices Triy lor P Gabbard a touchier at Boron College spent hm vacation at his hone near this place Miss Jennie Bnbbard has returned from Boron whore she has been in school since September lastTeo now residence af Elihu Reynolds is fast Hearing completion Stephen Gnhhnrd is at tending tho High School at Boono vine Success to TE CITIZEN nnd its many renders BREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON Circuit court is now in session here hut little huts yet been donoJoo C Little who was shot hero on the 2nd inst was taken to Lexington for treatment On the Dili word was re ceived that it would bo necessary to amputate his arm Ills wife accompanied by E C Jones aunt F Miller wont to Lexington and remained 15 days after thin operation They re port him doing wallMr and Mrs M C Bailey who have been sick are now improvingE 0 Jones loft last Saturday for Carlisle Ky A farewell social was given in his honor at the home of Miss Lizzie Gnse Many friends wore present GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Mr J B Carter is some better at this writing Sydnoy Crutchor is very low with typhoid overJack Ham mack has received word from Fleming county that his grandson is sick with feverMrs W H Hammack fell down stairs Saturday and sprained her inkle seriously Aaron Rothwoll hoe been granted a pension of 310 per month It was secured through tho efforts of A J Hammack Joo Ray sold C shoats at 3IJO eachCoru has boon belling hero from 2KO to 300 a barrel l IEEN j UALITY Tho Famous Shoos for Women X250Oxfords 00Shoes They Kit Woar and Look WELL RICE ARNOLDS- olo Agents for Madison County Main St Richmond Ky L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Street Withont Harness Tho best horse in the world is of lit tie useWith well made perfect lilting harness on ho becomes both useful and oruamentnl If style is desired our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill tho hull to a dot It is light handsome and very durable If strength is tho main considers tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will moot all requirements Couldnt IK stronger if it was all iron T J Moberly Richmond Ky STANDARDRotary Shuttle 1 Sewing Machine BTANDABn OKAKD SWELL PmOlrT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONe BALL DBARINQ STAND WHEEL We also manufacture Kwlug nachIiie that retail from SIZOO up The standard Rotary roll a Blind athe tick of a watch slakes Mi Mllclic while other machines make w Apply to our local dealer or If there U M iler your lowu iildreMi TUB Standard Sewing Machlae Cot 21 Weal First St Cliiclnnntl O S G Welch Jr Local Agent WG ARE BETTOR PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HIGGINS Prop THE MARKETS u RxroRTen nY A U NoJt iAN A CO UINCINMATI alarcl- liOCAmTECouunnu2 26 t JUi Butchers UK jrjB MO ShippofllIBfi ft l7- bCArvmsChotco0fO 7KII Largo CommonlKM 61- 0IfonsComrnotl6 tKl g 725 Fair gooll light I5r 5 7X 1nckiug71 7f ll SIIEKP Qoo l to choice l 25 l5Common to fnir8U0 110 rAaJ Good to choice Ii H rj 5155 Common to fair 1 50 M GtK WIlCATNo2 Ret 77 CORN 4B J tt Ii IS4HrNoPIOIIR Winter piltont866 886 fancy MI 51 310 II Intuily285 b10 MILL IKRu18rt11 2000 IIAyNo 1 Timothy 1525 t 11550 No2 1500 1550 No1 Clover100 1250 c No2II 11009 1150 PODLTBV Voting chickens Ja Heavy lions If HOOIitorsII f TurkoII IIi Ducks 18 EonsFresh nearby 17 IhrusWoURltlll 7I 4 No 1 dry unit 11- II Dull 7 14 Shiop akmsN 50 70 TAILOW Prime city 1IInCountry6r fit tl Tho UHt pillneath the stars nnd stripes It clennsos thin system nnd hover grills Little Fairly Rinors of worldly repute Auk for DoWittH and take no substitute A small pill easy to buyeasy to tnko and easy to net but never failing in rosulUDoWillH Little Knily RiserM arouse the secretions and act as n ton ic to tho liver curing permanently For sale by Kant land Drug Cot a7y ja- yverrrax riiEIIpRiBLACliDRAIJGIITTHE LIVER MEDICINE A1M4la 51 vgdL9fAss- allowA coal dexion Iinuilnliuinm ti mill a coated Uiiitfuo tin common iiiHratuin of IIV T and kidney iliMtiM Stomach nnd bowel truuliU s Krvfiv III tliy are lnirlbutthough lt3 Ktinfiil lit tin start are teach harder to euro Tlioilfunli Illv kDmiiLlit never fails tj lne UiliMHoil liver anti wII1IllcielII- C It stirs tip time tonml liver to throw off the klTmiof fivcrand ntfiu1 It is n certain n vcntive of diolrri and llnulits ili si io of tho kidneys With kidney riw by TliMlfnril4 Itlruk Draught thousand of la aunt have ycllawtxrfoct IwalthItlill have no ntlier dolor than Tliotlfurd liliuk Draiight It ii alwayj on hand for mo in an emcrginry nil antimany expensive tails of a doctor Mullini S G Mirth 10 1901 I have uxd Thedfordi IiljckDruiht I togoto I It Ii the hut medicine Irr me that Ii kidneytroubltscomplaint Rev A G LE- WISICrirwM U Lrb DeWitts nJ r Salve For Piles Burn Sores Why pay Wl to 100 per emit above factory price when you can got tho Famous Regal Shoe for Ki per cent alxivo tho factory price w A WILLIAMS Agent for Regal Shoes SitSnrrl nnil IldiilliR In rot Mrs C IVlcreon 112 Luke St To Ballnnlslfnilwl to givo nnliro MntiHfiictioii mad of nil cough romodioH it IH my favor itnllll I III II Pit confess to my many friends that it will do mid has dono what iHcliilnaxI for it towpoodilycuro n cough or cold amid itln M mvt tniid MO pltiimng III lush At 2T c Mfc and SlOOnt Kmtt gUll Drug COH West End Meat Market t For FroHh Moats Salt Meals Slicod Ham Lard SniiMifo Vogotn bins otc Highmt prico for Country Product R H ROYSTON Phono II UJI Ite lllrknrll A Early A ItrmnrknlilH o Ono nf the most remarkable casts of a lOhlllt p seated on till lunge cmming pneumonia m that of Mm Gertrude E FUIIUIT Mnrinu Ind who wits nnlinly cuml by thin use of One Miniito Cough Cure She says Tho coughing uml M raining HO wink lllildml that I ran down in weight from MS to I2 oundH I tried a nmim her of remedies to no avail until I lifted Ono Minn to Cough Cure Four Imttlw of this wonderful remedy cur wl mo otitiroly of tho cough Htrrnglh cued my lungs nnd testored mo to my normal weight health and strength For stale by East land Drug Co LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect Nov 16 1102 Unliic Nitrlli Trnln 411117- Lenvo Union II 21 n m Arrive Richmond I fi2 11 in Arrivo Paris fi Kin in Arrive Cincinnati 7HOn m fltilne North Truln n Hall Leave Heron11 W n in Arrive Ilichlnond12 10 n in Arrive Paris 71 IK p in Arrive Cincinnati 600pm Onlne Nmilli Trnln I mallr leave Boron 122 p in Arrivo Lbvnlgston2I8 p m Oiilne Smith Truing llallr Leave Boron p m Arrive Livingston12710 a m Trains No1aUlI No 6 mnko connection at Livingston for Jollico nnd Lhu South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent Chtldrru Co11xli11th 1Id + Mrs Joe McOniih X 7 E1st St IIiitchiiiMin KIIII writfH I Intro giv- on HitllurdH llorohound Syrup to my Inldrtii for toughs and folds for till htML four years and find it time boat nwlicino I over used tnliko ninny opiumhutof time throat or lungs quicker than my other remedy lilt fAks and 100 Itt Kiwi Knd Drug COH forGroceries Vegetables Fruits PRESTON CO and Candies Main Street Heron Ky nu e RichmondGreenhouses LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO IBS o Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop I I J J Bmnnaman IIstock Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and RubbersI Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry t 1 t