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IharkedCopy JAMES M RACER Independent Weekly Editor and Dovoted to the CAnInterests of I Kittereit nt the Poftoflct at BcrMAIUCl071f1H E DOME FARM R SCHOOL elan maa 50 CENTS A YEAR IVOl 010IIV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 26 1905 Fifty cents a year NO i IDEAS It is had to lose your time lint norso to lost your temper Evils are morn endurable the more patiently tluiy are endured Tho iiuin who does most linn tho tenet time to talk about what ho door Doing right may give n hendacho but doing wrong will give n heart acho FROM THE WIDE WORLD 750000 has been appropriated for a Gurnmn exhibit at the St Louis WorhlH Fair Three missionaries wero murdered by Boxers iu China and others are Hoeing for safety Tho recent decree issued by the Czar proclaiming religious freedom will not affect the Jew It in said The Veucitelan Congress has re lined to accept President Castros ro Hignation and has passed n voto of confidence in his policy Tim rebels in Santo Domingo at tucked and captured oun of tluoforta at SHU Domingo with groat loan of lifo on both Hides The fighting still continues Word IH received from Kingston Inland of St Vincent that the vol cano Soufrieru is In violent eruption ciiiiNhig great excitement Firth quake hocks an also rut orted in Italy awl Bavaria The American Military ollicers at Iekin Chiiiu retort that the other countries havu surrounded their legs tions with steel fences and erected Mock houses for defending them I hey ergo the United Stales govern ment to take himilur precautions IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Thu Panama cnnnl treaty WIIH rati fled by the Senate by a vote of 73 to- Tho Now Mexico Legislature voted an appropriation of S 10000 for an ex hibit at the St Louis Worlds Fair Admiral Dmvuy will review and in IKct the North Atlantic squadron when it returns from Southern waters the latter part of April Th Hood outlook at Memphis Tumi is much brighter A refugees camp has IXHUI established and those who are destitute will lw cared for by the authorities The United States through the fed ornlllllltollie at Los Angeles wilt opou to settlers within the next sixty days about IOOOIXX acres of laud in California This laud is situated bo tweon Tho Needles and Mojave and larders tits Colorado river Much of it is valuable agriculturally The reciprocity treaty with Cuba was not ratified by the Senate thus practically postponing its ratification for a year Pro Roosevelt is dis appointedand is seriously contem plating culling an extra session of Congress about Nov Hi Tho Senate did not act upon the nominations of Win Michael Byrne for States attorney for Delaware or of Dr Orum thin negro named for collector of the port of Charleston S C Ires Roosevelt promptly made tho appointments and the mUll will tko up their duties Urgent appeals have been made to tho War department for the relief of tho native Eskimo and Indian inhab itants of Northern Alaska who are Inn extremely destitute condition be cause of the strict enforcement of tho laws prohibiting the taking or killing of furbearing annuals In that terri toryCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Fire insurance risks written In Ken lucky in 1102 amounted to 5210155 H5 and tho losses paid were 81731 min Tho Bardnroll Deposit Bank at Bardwell Ky was robbed early Sat urday morning The safe was a COIn pluto wreck acid tho building badly damaged Tho amount secured was 1400 Tho now Dewoy hotel at Leo City Ky was burned to tho ground Saturday Tho fire wee duo to a defec ci tive hue and tho loss will bo 12000 with insurance for only half that amount Olio of the largest stills over tured in Rowan county was found by United States Marshals on Dry Creek Tho plant included n niuetygallbn 1copper stillR copper worm several BillIlone of boor The owners hud tied lWPER CENT INCREASE IN WAGES Report of Strike Commission Special to Tho Citizen Washington D C Mar 23 1003 President Roosevelt IIHH caused the report of tho Anthracite Coal Strike Commisciou appointed last October to bo made public Tho provisions of this report will stand good until Mar 21 WOO by agieement of the minors and mine owners so that there is no danger of another coal famine before that date Tho minors will receive a general 10 per cent increase In wages beginning with April of last year and continuing until March 31 15KH5 Moreover if the average wholesale price of coal pea size goes above 150 per ton tho miners are to re calve an increase of wages amounting to por cent for each cents increase Men working ti hours are also to bo paid on a 10hour basis A committee for each mining district composed of three members appointed by the mine owners and three by the miners will decide all differences which may arise If an agreement cannot be reached a seventh member who shall cast the deciding vote shall bo called in The minors are allowed sit the check weighers they may demand but they are to pay them themselves Tho mine operators are required to pay a commisftiouer who shall be nppointed by a Circuit Judge and whose duty it shall be to determine the average wholesale price of coal Tho com mission recommended that special police should not bo employed and that the labor laws for children be enforcedGLEE CLUB CONCERT A good audience greeted tio College Glee Club at the Parish House Tuesday night on tho occasion of their annual concert and no 0110 was disap pointed for each went away feeling that ho had spent a most delightful evening The songs of tho Oleo Club are well selected catchy rollicking songs which it does ones heart good to hear Thoy were rendered iu a manner which showed careful train ing and practice Mr Lodwick and Mr Gamble were nt their best In their respective solos The singing of Miss Ethel Putnam pleased oven thu most exacting of her fuels and the certainly shows very marked improve anent Miss Putnam possesses a voice of wonderful volume coupled with a clear and ringing quality of tone which is especially pleasing andwith al she sings with an ease and feeling of which oven tho most finished sing ers of our country might well bo envious She had to respond to encores at every appearance Spice and va riety of a high grade were given to tho concert by the well rendered piano solos of Muses Ruddock anti Culdwell and the whistling solo of Mrs Hiu man TILE CITIZEN predicts success for tho Glee Club wherever it may appearSOUVENIR BUTTONS Going Like Hot Cakes All Over the State Every emit derived from tho sale of these buttons will go into the erection of tho Kentucky Building at the St Louis Worlds Fair tho Kentucky Exhibit Association having decided to reserve tho fund which comes from tho business element of the State the commercial and industrial lifo for n complete display of Kentuckys products and resources in the main exhibit palaces of the exposition These facts considered it is believed that the public will make liberal pur chases of tho buttons Buying ouoor more of them will moan patriotism and State pride OUR COUNTY NEWS A patent has been issued to James A Taylor of Waco for a crate or cnsoThe Fiscal Court has increased its appropriation for the Fattie A Clay Infirmary by S200 making n total of 000 Tho students of tho Walters Col legiato Institute at Richmond have organized baseball team with Julian Million as captain and Owen Golden manager The following turnpikes were given appropriations by the Fiscal Court Speedwell and Kingston 58 mile 78125 j Pine Grove and Boouesboro pike 1 mile 51250 Nolanda Creek i pike or 4 mile road 2 miles 2500 Bearwallow and Crooksville pike 2 mile SlriJJlmlayrapil Gen Cassius M Clay the incst distinguished citizen of our county received visit last week from Judge W IL Fairmuuof Pennsylvania who is out of the leading lawyers and wealthiest coal and land owners of his State In speaking of his visit Judge Fairman said I was anxious to see this man who dared to speak what he thought to be the truth this hero of three wars and so I resolved to pay him a visit I found him the great man expected and was highly en tertained for half an hour at the home of the great Kentuckian FUN AND FACTS The great O kE 8elflent by Strauss Bros of Chicago containing 500 samples for mens fine tailormade suits can now be seen at the store of J J Branaman See display ad In another column AilvUril Invr tm nt Widow tearfully Yes my daugh ters are now my only resources Friend Take my advice and hue baud your resources well Princeton Tiger If you are a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and do sire a position you should at once en roll with tho Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wide awake teachers agency in the West Dont put it off Write immediately to BINKLKV BAKER Managers Temple Texas IMr Baker is a graduate of Berea College was lor seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known horeED Iena1hltuophy- It Is not quite certain whether a bird with one wing is as pretty as one with two it is in fact merely a difference of a pinion Oak fence posts for saleM K PASCO Mi the Truth u If you want to have some hops macho bread you must wed a hoe bred maid Pennsylvania Punch Bowl The time has come for implements and fertilizers come to Bicknell X Earlys and buy them Strength and vigor cone of good food duly digested Force a ready to serve wheat and barley foodadds no burden but sustains nourishes invigorates t1dFnhloud u Farmer Jones in Moruingsido Park Say young feller will those there steps take you to Columbia Uuiversi tyt Student iu a hurry Nope youll have to walk upColumbia Jester- antedW A man of wide acquaintance mud good address to represent in Borea one ol the oldest best and cheapest accident and health Insurance com panics in existence Five hundred dollars 500 In case of deathsix dollars per week in case of accident six dollars per week In case ofsick ness The combined cost is only two dollars 2 per year No assessments ordues also perfect ideutifiration free Big commission Write at once to- W E Smith Slate agent 16 East Main street Lexington Ky Agents making twentyfive dollars weekly A MUtake In Nnuir Mr Roy giving directionsAre- you sure you have it all down path Now Groom Me names Barry son Princeton Tiger T A Robinsons trade in spectacles and glasses is increasing all the time His perfect method of fitting tho eyes and his fair and liberal treatment of customers account for it Main St Richmond Ky Why iii He Ark Her Everett Fussing May I have tho next dance Alice GaddlingYesyou may have it all to yourself Pennsylvania Punch Bowl You can get the highest GASH price for your poultry and eggs at J H Neffs opposite Joes Richmond A Iliyilclnn Write- II am desirous of knowing if the profession can obtain Herbine in bulk for prescribing purposes It hasbeeu of great use to me in treating cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork I have never known it to fall in restoring the organs affected to their healthful activity 50o hot tlo at East End Drug Cos L L ItJ WHERE ARE THE EYES that are perfect in structure and func tion Not one pair in a thousand are free from defects of some kind Some are so slight that the wearing of glasses is not necessary In other cases the temporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES- will correct detects A test will de cide what must be done It is made hero froo of cost We carry a large assortment of eyeglasses and spectacles and can fit sim plo cases immediately Te Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond K- yMONIIMENTSI Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done lita workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices and with G dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Comer of Main and Colllni street DRM E JONES qe Dentist t e Office Over Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET I HOTEL Newly Fittedup Meals Board and pricesSecond House Richmond Ky R 13 ENGLE Prop A J THOMPSON GROCERY AND- RESTAURANT Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread 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 Misses Myrtle or Joe Lewis Berea TheCitizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR l 11 leI r I I r rI I I II 11 Io II InI rtII rz1i IIorII IlreIIiII II NEW SPRING SUITS at 8 10 12 and 15fBettor than tho rondoto order kind atS1250 IB IS and 20 readytoall shapes stouts slims and and a tailor on thej 11Lotsi Covington and Banks OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS 1M II M I I 4FHI 1 I b AF 3 1 i I F Hi I I H AEEN QUALITY The Famous Shoes for Women Oxfords 250 Shoes 3QQ Thoy Fit Wean anil Look WELL RICE ARNOLDS- ole Agents for Madison County Main St Richmond Ky IREGISTERED 14223 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IIKentucky L W JOHNSON Livery Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Street We promptly obtain U and Foreign 1 model iketch or photo ol Intention rccrcinrt on patentability For free autoIhtenforI 1NNNINN HN1INNNNNNIHN NHNIH N1 NH1HINN NINHNNNHH NN- i i Madison County Roller Mills j I i i I I I I II I Id I Manufacturers Fancy Roller FlouriCorn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc j bei i I i i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour IIIrIIrItII Potts Duerson i iWhiles Station KyIHHNNHHNNNHNHH HNHNNHNNNNNNHNHen 1NNN111NN THEODORE JRIwill stand my registered NO Night 66 Bend Duroc Jersey at my home in Ky for the spring season of 1903 at 50 cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog gave satisfaction during the past season and is endorsed by some of the best breeders in the county and has In the herd of J W Herndou J M EARLY IPaint Old Berea Red or any other color with HAM MAR Brand PAINT Bought of tho EAST END DRUG CO They guarantee it If Its From Joplins Its Good A full lino of FURNITURE always on hand We invite our Beren friends to make themselves at homo at JOlLINS when in Richmond CARIES and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Phone 47 and Boar Berea entire served JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I J F THE CITIZEN I j 6 Ezra SimpkinsScoop Had No Call to Leather but Sailed High on Ink From lsacra From a Slit Mailt Mtr tlMiiit to llu Son fctf Gttnve llnnue orirncr I1III crntsmor nf SinuU Jng imnl t Co JuMbhrf 1fllI- o 0 Speaking of bull pups that turnw out to be terriers imturnlly calls to inliul tow case of my old friend Jere uilnh Sltupklns son There Isnt n sot I liler luau In the Boston leather trade t than Jeremiah nor n bigger scami that the law cant touch than his sum Kzra There Isnt an ounce of real meanness In Ezras whole body bul hes just naturally null unintentionally a maverick When he came out of college his father thought that a few t years experience In the hide depart orient of Graham C Co would be u good thing for him before he tackled the leather business So I wrote to send him on nUll I would give him a job supposing of course that I was getting a yearling of the steady old reliable SImpklns strain I was a little uneasy when Ezra reported because he didnt just look as if he hind hind n call to leather He was a tall spare New Englander with one of those knobby foreheads Which has been pushed out by the overcrowding of the bruit or bulged by the thicken- Ing of the skull according as you tike or dislike the man Ills manners were easy or familiar by the slime standard He told we right at the start that while he didnt know Just what ho- I wanted to do he was dead sure that It wasnt the leather business It seemed that he had said the same thing to his t father and that the old wan had au- f swered Tut tut and told him to I forget It and to learn hides Slmpklns learned all that he wanted to know about the packing Industry In t thirty days and I learned all that I wanted to know about Ezra in the same time Pork packing seemed to bo t the only thing that lie wasnt Interested In I got his resignation one day just five minutes before the one which I was having written out for him was ready for I will do Slmpklns the Jus tice to say that there was nothing slow about him He and his tattler split up temporarily over It and of course It cost me the bid mans trade and friend ship I want to say right here that the easiest way In the world to make cue mies Is to hire friends I lost sight of Slmpklns for awhile 1 and then he turned up at the olllcc one morning ns friendly and familiar as ever Said he was a reporter and wanted to Interview me on the DecemberI wheat deal Of course I wouldnt talk on that but I gave him n little fatherly advice told him he would sleep In n hall bedroom nil his life If he didnt quit his foolishness and go back to his father though I didnt really believe it He thanked me and went off and wrote a column about what I might have said about December wheat and somehow l gave the impression that I had said It The next I heard of Slmpkliis he was dead The Associated Press dispatches announced it the Cuban junta con 1armedIt and last of all a long dispatch from Slmpklns himself detailed the clr cumstances lending up to the atroc t calledKt I got a long wire from Ezras father l t asking me to see the managing editor and get at the facts for him It seemed t that the paper had thought n help of Slmpklns and that he had been sent S out to Cuba as u correspondent and sta t tioned with the insurgent army Simp t kins In Cuba hull evidently lived up to- Ifthereputation of Slmpklns In Chicago 1 there teas any news he sent It and when there wasnt he just made news and sent that alongc The first word of his death had come I in his own letter brought across on a f filibustering steamer and wired on from Jacksonville It told with close attention to detailsomething he had 1 learned since he left mehow he hud strayed away from the little band of I insurgents with which he had been out scouting and hud blundered Into II the Spanish lines He had been promptly made a prisoner and despite his pa I t pets proving his American citizenship and time nature of his job and the red cross on his sleeve he had been tried by drumhead court martial and sen tenced to be shot at dawn All this he hail written out and then that his ac count might be complete he had gone on and Imagined his own execution This was written In a sort of pigeon or perhaps you would rail it black Spanish English und let on to be the work of time eyewitness to whom Slmpkliis hud confided his letter Ho lied been the sentry over the prisoner and for n small bribe In baud and the promise of n larger one from the paper he had turned his back on Slmpklns while he wrote out the story and aft e Ierwanl lied deserted and carried It to I Hues The account ended Then as the or der to tire was given by the lieutenant Senor Slmpklns raised his eyes toward heaven and cried I protest in the name of my American citizenship At the l end of the letter and not intended for J publication was scrawled This Is a e bully scoop for you boys but Its pret atytough on me Goodby Slmpklns Time managing editor dashed u tear from his eye when he rend this to me ami gulped a little as he said I cantI help It He was such a dd thought ful boy Why ho even remembered to inclose descriptions for the pictures a SImpkluV lust story covered the whole of the trout page and three col r l J umnsof the inmtlt just nut wally sold cords of papers Ills Ill Itor demanded that the state tllportI anent take It up though time denied the execution or any prevlon knowledge of any such person as till Senor Slmpklns That made auotht page In the paper of course and tllIlI they got up n memorial service whlc was good for three columns One of those fellows that you can find In ei pry olllcc who goes around and make the boys give up their lunch money tll buy flowers for the deceased aunt of the cellar boss wife managed to co Iwrt 20 among our clerks road tilt sent a floral notebook with liono to Press done In blue Immortelles on thl cover as their tribute I put on n plug limit and attended tho service out of respect for his fathei lint I had tonally got back to the like before I received a wire from lunmlc rending Cable your correspondin here let me have hundred Notify fu ther all hunk Keep It dark from other Slmpklns I kept it dark and Ezra came hoc stilta tlon to himself He managed to get the Impression around that hed beei snatched from the jaws of lentil by n rescue party nt the last moment Tin last I heard of him he was In Nov York and drawing ten thousand n year which was more than he multi lint worked up to In the leather business 111 a centuryt ON TAKING A REST Once Yew Subtlllule Dicon end EggsI For Birdnd Burgundy is I hear n good deal about then win wont take vacations and who kill themselves by overwork but Its usually worry or whisky Its not what n man does during working hours but after them that breaks down hiM health A fellow and his business should be bosom friends In the otllei and sworn enemies out of It A cleat mind Is one tout Is swept clean of bust ness at 0 oclock every night and Isni opened up for It again until after tin shutters nro taken down next morning Some fellows leave the otllce nt nigh and start out to whoop It up with the trays and some go hour to sit up wltl their troubles Theyre both lu bred company Theyre the men who an always ncedln vacations nod nevei getting any good out of them Whal every man does need once n year Is 11 change of work that Is If he has tIll curved up over u desk for fifty weeks anti subsisting on birds and burgundy be ought to take to fishing for a llvluj and try bacon and eggs with a little spring water for dinner From Let ters From n Self Made Merchant to lit Sun by George Horace Lorlmer p I AS TO APPEARANCESOld Son About Clothes From Letttn From a Sell Had Htr chant tn IIU Son LU Gturyt Horace Ijirimtr 411 Dear Plerrepont That order for n carload of Spotless Snow Leaf from old Shorter Is the kind of back talk I like We ran stand n little more of the same sort of sassing I have told the cashier that you will draw thirty a week after this and I want you to have a nice suit of clothes trade and send time bill to the old man Get some thing that wont keep people guessing whether you follow the horses or do buck and wing dancing for a living Your taste In clothes seems to be last lug longer than time rest of your col lege education You looked like a young widow who hind raised the second cfop of daisies over the deceased when you were In here last week Of course clothes dont make the man but they nuke nil of him except his hands and face during business tours and thats u pretty considerable area of the human animal A dirty shirt may hide a pure heart but It sel dour covers u clean skin If you look as If you hud slept In your clothes most people will jump to the conclusion that you have and you will never get to know them well enough to explain that your toad Is so full of noble thoughts that you havent time to both er with the dandruff on your shoulders And If you wear blue and white striped pants and n red necktie you will find It difficult to get close enough to a deacon to be Invited to say grate at his ta ble even It you never play for anything except coffee or beans Appearances are deceitful I know jut so long aa they are theres nothing like having them deceive for us In stead of against us Ive seen a 10 eat shave and n C cent shine get a thousand dollar job and a cigarette mud a pint of champagne knock the bottom out of a million dollar pork corner Four or five years ago little rim Jackson had the bears in the pro Ilslon pit hibernating and living on their own fat till one morning the day utter ho hind run the price of mess lork up to g20 and nailed It there iouie ono saw him drinking a small jottle just before he went on change and told It around among the brokers on the floor The bears thought Jim nust have bud bad news to be bracing ip at that time In the morning So hey perked up und everlastingly sold he mess pork market down through tho bottom of the pit to solid earth There wasnt even u grease spot left of that corner when they got through Vs It happened Jim hadnt land any aid news He Just took the drink be uuie he felt pretty good and things vere coming ills way h 0- THE MARKETS 11 nrroKTCD xr A 0 NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI Jlnrch 21 CATLTK Common 1226 IB25- I Butchers37fi rt 125 I Shiptww110 h0- 0CALvasCboice130U rt 560 I Large CommonHOO J 40- 0loosCommon13ri M 7fiO 1 Fair good light 700 7 O l Packiug7tii 77F SHKEP Good to choice il0 liH 1 Common to fair37fi kt 510 LAMBS Good to choice GfiO J flSK I Common to fair4f 4 IiII WiiEATrNo 2 Red 7HJ 70j CORN 41 911 OATS No 2 mixllHi Q Hi RENo 2 tl7 FLOOR Winter patent 365 385 1 1 fancy3lfi i 840 1310MILL11 No1 ClorerI No2II 1100 fa 1150 POULTRY v Young chickens 12 Heavy hens II 12 RoostersI Ii TurkoII 14I Ducks JI Eoos Fresh near by 12 FIiDKS Wot suited 71 II No 1 dry salt U 1 Bull 7 II Sheep skies 50 70 TALLowPrime city ii OJ 1 Country fig tj MRS L S ADAMSI Of Gnlhetnn Treas Wine of Cardul li Indeed a blessing tj tired women lining differed for even years with weakness and ber Ingdown and having tried scvIeral doctors and different with no succor your Wine of was the which helped me and eventually cured me Itseemedio up the weak parts strengthen the system and correct Irregularities Hy tied women Mr Adams means nervous women who have disordered lnene falling of time womb ovarian troubles or any of these ailments that women have yoursclfatltumew4ththus of Caruui Wine of Cardui has cured thousand of cases which doctors have failed to Iwnefit Win not n to well today Al- ltlrugfuts have 8100 battles For any stomach liver or bowel disor der Thedfordi BlackDraught should be used roredrlren411trntnmiAdn Th trht l ISry lienamtTM Chaiteiiuuio Xnlu e4 rtottacooia Tr- ollWINE0CARDUI r = 3 fer fy To Old or NewWSubscribers IThe Citizen 0r I for I I Iof1 THE PRAIRIE FARMER Weekly i 2 THE PRAIRIE FARMER Honie Magazine Monthly Supplement z 3 THE CITIZEN 0 p Regular price of all is 250 per year ill Our Special Price for all until April 15 is 75 cents per year ample copies sent to any ad I dr VL Direct all letters to- CITIZEN KyIJames M1 r EditorBerea I i 1Ify A tL 4 till THE HOME IF I WERE A GIRL I havo known a good many girls and when I here scen n girl doing hoi best I have always rejoiced and bidden her Godspeed If I were n girl I would bo- Oeuuluo Intelligent Religious IoingIQtiittineiirss is being willing to pass for a happy joyous girl You do not wish to ho n moo You do not want to bo nn old woman yet You are willing to sewn just what you are and you must therefore to bo happy itrivo to bo a ijrtaf IInlln old lady who had cultivated indifference to selfish idle people was dying and told her little granddaughter tho so cret of her stinuluoss It wnllliDo not mind tho fools1 Wo must IHJ thoroughly genuine if wo are to bo satisfied with tho praise of only the good people Inlrlllyencf is so very helpful in hotiBomaking Your future husband is on earth girls Pray for the young man Have thoroughness with looks with nature and above all with tho facts of household economy without which there cannot bo n homo To bo a great homemaker is as magnif icons as it is to he a great railroad magnate a groat inventor or a great statesman Back of all the great mon of earth there have been brainy intelligent mothers Every president of the United States had n mother who prayed So Jicliiinn is nn luporlnnt thing girls I can see how a man might Ira untrue to Jesus of Nazareth but t cannot see how a moan can bo unfaith ful stud ungrateful to him who brought everything that is best into our modern civilization and our home life You will have plenty of use for religion in your successful life Cut lli ate genuine new Testament reli iou Ijuve will throw your heart wide open to all that is best in tho world Be careful of the pictures you choose These ideals that are before you will ilmpo your destiny Two cousins in tho same house hind pictures in their sleeping rooms the ono had Joan of Arc and became like her heroine and noble the other had Marie Antoinette and became profligate sad abandoned A mother had ships and SOB views in her homo and nil her boys became sailors of the sea Girls Kot into the great strong current of Sat is lovo nod stay there for a lisp py loving successful life G A BtBOESs Tho above article is the substance oC a talk given nt ono of tho depart neat conferences of the College by Dr Burgess pastor of tho Unlob uhurch It is so good that I wish to pass it on to other girls JESSIE LESTER HILL DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky n The Htoniiicli U time MMII A jyeak stomach weakens the man because it caunot transform tho rood ho eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or any weak woman without first restoring hoalth and strength U the stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifies swnetens and strengthens the glands and membranes of trio stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles For sale by East End Drug C- oThe CitizenI FIFTY CENTS A YEAR r 111f Tin1 THE SCHOOL LETTER TO TEACHERS NO VI President Eliots address at thu Superintendents Convention was ox tremely interesting in itsolfnnd coining from a man of so great promo nence nod so many years experience hUll a still greater value His subject How to Utilize thoSchoolhouse was treated in n simple but forcible manner It was shown that the aver ago schoolhouso is not used ono third tho timo Any business enterprise that did tot uso its buildings moro than that would not bo able to mako profits Ho suggested somo ways in which a schoolhouse could bo lined First it was nnommeuded that every schoolhouso should huvo a largo posy ground and should lx used by thin neighborhood as park The buildings should fro well heated and lighted and should have ono roost in which the desks nio not fixed iWinsnontly so that it could be used for other purposes than class work The room should bo well lighted and used at night for lectures or readings or something beneficial to the people Every Imiro should bo given with a steropticou Historical subjects may bo used Pros gUM hind recently lumnl suck a lecture on the Tragedy of Andre In his opinion it was both entertaining suit profitable Then time teachershould givo readings inviting all tho patrons in lime district reading history poetry or fiction The only requiruuinl wits thud ho should lw a good roader and IHJ famil iar with tho subject matter Next was strongly recommended omo industrial work in overy school The use of tools the training of tho uyo nnd hand nnd tho ability to nitu ally mike something crtnlitablo rather than so much of Gnrk Latin or Mathematics Pros Eliot regrets that so much of his tinge in youth hud boon given to Latin mid wished that some of it kind been sxint in manual training Drawing was suggtwUxl as ouo of tho most Iwnofioial things that can IHJ ironFlu his opinion morolity could iw taught moro emphatically in tho way of constructing articles accord hag to a given plan than by precept The Night School was also recom nendod to those who could not attend in day time This should bo con iucted on a principle somewhat dllTer rot from tho day school Not much book teaching is possible in night ichools Industrial or laboratorywork better adapted Much is hilll made of the night schools in many places J W DlNHXOIlK THE FARM POULTRY RAISING AS AN IN DUSTRY Continued from Iwt week lie tolls how hn kops up with this business Ho hiss 1 10 micros devoted to his poultry ouo building the main one in 480 Trot in length Isle ty improvrd incubators each KX egg of Barred Plymouth Rooks constant ly on duty luring eggs to hId theno machines und ovory day including Sunday 450 eggs mire phtcod in thoin A coitiiiii Hrcentago of thocggsdo not hatch nor do all lilt chicks hutch llllil but low percentage of loss m comparatively mimll and ho micefcda In mmting hit contract 110 clears a prop of 25000 anu orally Could any ono ask a more prolitublo bus nous 1- The most of limo profmmonnl pOll I trftnon imo Incubators oxclimivoly and nut many bans sit on thulr own eggs Tutu chickeiiH most in favor art Plymouth Rorku LcghoriiH smith I Wyaiidottfrt Thin Leghorns for lay em their average ruiiH oftell IIH high IH two liiindnsl eggs to tho hen n year Iho Plymouth hocks are pro ductive their meat tender null good lhmsvor andecnnsidentl un ideal lulls fowl either for broilers or an roasters Hut tho Ilarrrd Plymouth Hock is coimhlorud the groat American fowl for all purjKwtt and Omit thn farmer and thin fancier all swear by So touch for wind the profoxftlonal ponltryman nays Wo like however to hear uprenHioiiH from our renders and invite letters on this mibject In a letter from a friend tot lung since in answer to my question of her fa vorito breodnho nays You knew tivery- one hUN their preference but Inlll 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The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation t+ alibis Methodists Presbyterians and good pooplo of nil denominations I Fr INFORMATION iri FRIENDLY ADVICE iMrtiilbt SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I t I I u c THE CITIZEN IT r T THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XIII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERI S MARCH 20 Test of tlip Iramin A Comirrli n lv Junrlrrlr Itrs IrsyAirdr Text IJlIII xtslll lHI oniiiiriilnrr Prr imrrtt br llrv l SlrnrimC- upirlglit by American Prm AnotUtloii- LIHSON is foul nnd Silas at Ihllippl Acts xvl SiMli Ooldeii Text AetH xvI II Itelleve on the Lord lexns Jurist Mild thou idmlt be wived Thi principal facts In this lexxou are tilt Bufferings of the iipostleH and tilt sal vatlon of the jailer unit Ids household There Is no wilvntlon apart from titBufferings of Chrlst and being wived by ills HnffcrlngN in our stead we nnls t bo willing to Niiffer with Him us illn wttneNMs In bearing Iho gospel to oth ers I IVt II ll III 18 John xvI ICl Uhll I III dui UMNO IICMirlntuin living Mill Iv 1111 iolden Text Phil Ivl Uejolee in the Lord iilwny Two great test tures of the llfo of a Christian sire Joy und IMIIII and these should lit very manifest hosts xlv 17 xv IU but In thu many trials and borrmvx of this life It Nit nm InipoHMlhht to bo full of either Joy or tenet lint remember that this most Joyful of nil the epis lies wan written trust n prlMin lust tin aim of Paul may be ours lJOi Siti nloo tar Then v 21 1111 nox IIIlnul Theswilonlen nisi Ikreii Act nil llll Colden Text PH exlx 1I1i Thy word Is u lamp un to my tset Christians an expected to tilled with the word and the Spir it Col III lIIi Kpu v 18 nod by their liven mid teNtlnumy proclaim Jenus Christ us the only Saviour of sinners llwsux IV 1u ills ctiiitiM to ti t TbeMuilonlanH I Thenx v MiSi Cold en Text I Theft v SI Hold flint that which U good Tin truth Is hen rmphuxlzed that till fplrlt HIII anil 1111tit the redeemed are all for Christ und tho new man In if allowed control will ever pray and rejoice situ give thanks controlled by the Spirit but If tin Spirit quenched and Ills word rejected there iiuikt In i rux rtlon lilt failure ItMsox 1lfiul at Athens Act xvll JIIJ Jolden Text lets xvll IS lit preached unto them Jesus and the resurrection Men lire prone to wor strip to low down to anything and tiny ono but tie living Sod and this hits been till CUM xlmv the rI ent turned Adam tutu Kve away from flat to be Item his lie lUKMtx I1ho church at Corinth founded lets xvlll Ml OoldenText I Cor III 11 Other foundation can no man lay than that In laid which li Je Nits Christ Some believing and ome opIMMlng is the record everywhere hut till whom the Iuther hath gives to Chrlxt slush como In Him and Ills elect church Mnill gathered tutu IrlII Itt In Hlinxelf a glorious church LKXMIX VllChrlxtlnn self control I Cor vlll 413 Iolden Text torn xlv Let therefore follow ufler tin things which make fur peace In the dolly life white Keeking to live wholly for 2nd and manifest tho life of Christ In our mortal IxMllrs we lire living not only before Jod who null our hearts unit never misjudges us put wo sire also living beforo people who not Ixlng stubs to rend lit heart ort very stilt to misjudge ux und stum ble over us IUKMIV VlllChrlxtlnn love I Cur xlll 111 Colden Text I Cor xlll 13 Now abldeth faith hope love but the greatest of tllIlit Ix love It Is Ntlll the contrast between what I my Keif may do and that which Christ will do In me However much I nniy do that Kccmx good It will count for noth Jug If It that do It hut Cod who Ix love nail was manifest In Chrlxt and linn come to live In the believer dui hires In work In und draught ns and that will stand IKrisaN IXIlItll and AK llox Acts xvlll 2I to xix Colden Text Luke xl 13 If ye then bring evil know how to give good gifts unto your chil dren how touch mort sled your Heav enly leather give the Holy Spirit to them that ask Illin A man mighty In flit Scriptures may be Instructed tour perfectly by very humhli people situ however much people may believe there Is a very great lack until they nn tilled with tilt Spirit LKXMX Xluul at Kphcsus Acts xlx 131W Colden Text Acts xlx 17 Thu name of time Lord Jesus was magnified The name of the Lord JCHUS that worthy statue Jas II 7l that glorious und fearful name the I4 rd thy God lcut xxvlll 58 is not to be trilled with or mocked or despised for the Lund etui use the devil himself to chasten Much nod He will overrule even thu mockery and blasphemy of the wicked to promote Ills glory LKXNOX XL Tic riot at Kphesus ActM xix 2UIO Golden Text PH xxxl i3 Taw Lord prexervcth the faithful When the preaching of time gospel takes away money from tho pockets of the ungodly we shall quickly hear from them and they will want no moro of 1IIIor our gospel nut this Fame thing U often seen among thusi who bear the name of Christ and the cold shoul der loin been turned upon a missionary lest he might want an offering tram the people We Deem to know nothing of tho love of Christ who gave pint self LENNox XII Pauls message to the KpheHluiiH Eph II 110 Colden TextI I Kph II 8 Ity grace are yo 1tJtrllI through faith That Is thu ono thing wo full to understand tho grace of 0111I Lord Jesus Chrlxt who becumo JloorI for us II Cor vlll nnd while glad to bo saved by Him no few are willing to bu used by Him to let Him have all that He bus bought wllhI 1I Ills precious blood to let Him 1 out in us and through ua tho good works Ho hUB prepared for us Lay to hurt Isa 18 11 Citrus Hclrttlii Hlicumnllinii Mrs A E Simpson M9 Craig St Knoxville Touts writes Juno 10th 1859 J linvo boon trying the baths of Hot Springs Ark for rheumatism but I got moro relief from Bollards Snow Liniment thnn any medicine or anything l Imveuvor tried Eccloscd timid pOHtoIIiue order for 100 Send mo a lurgo boltlo by Southern Ex press Sold by East End Drug Co iI SCARLET t 13y A CO DOYLE PART 0- ntiiy E u reprint from tic retllIIi Cllr of John II UVifKiw D lute i f tit nnnt meilleal tlti trtmrnt I that I linvo alluded above to lin jKwcni upon this violin Tliiwu woro vury roiuurkiililu but nit eccentric on nil lilt other nccomiillHliimmtH flat lit could play plmM mid illlllcult piece I know woll bocnugo tit my request ho hM play ed itiuHoinu of MciulolHHohnB Llcclcr anti other fiivorltea When loft to hliiisolf however ho atrnny In hits iirincliiilr of an evening ho wonld close hits eyes and tempo carelessly a the fiddle which was thrown across hl 1krieo Sometime thin chord wuroHono roux stud niolnncholy Occasionally they wore fantaKtio and chwrfiil Clearly they reltvcted thus thought which tan ciHMtl hits but whether the uaslonidel those thought or whether the pinyin- was simply tho result of n whim or fancy wiw moro than mould determine I have relmllnl agafuwt thi o ex 0nsperltting oliM had it not Teen that ho usually term ntesl them by playing in quick fuccomloii n whole series of my fuvorito nlr an a idlght conipcmiution fur tho trial uion my pntlrnca During tho Unit vrvck or no wo had no 1callers and I hail begun to t u tulanloh was an frIendh n niai- nit I was myself Presently however found that ho hail many acquaintances null thoMi in tin most different chase of society Thom WII OliO little sallow rat faced dark eyed follow who was in traduced to mo as Mr Lejitn dp and who canto threw or four Omen In n tin glut week Quo morning a young girl called fashionably dressed and stai for half an hour or more Tho Mllmo aft ernoon brought a gray headed noedy visitor looking Hko a Jew peddler tvhs npptuircd to ino to bo much excited am who was closely followed by n idlpahod elderly woman On another occasion an old whito haired gentleman had nn in terview with my companion fund on an other n railway porter in hU velveteen uniform When any of Jieso nondescript Individuals put in an appearance Sherlock HolmeH U81llo Ug for tho uso tho Bitting room DUll I would retire to my bedroom Ho always apologized rue for putting mo to this inconvenience I have to use this room as a place of IJUKIIKMH II ho uniii sued thlWltl peopla art my clients Again I had an oppor tunity of axklng him a jioint blank ques tint and again my delicacy prevented mo from forcing another wan to confide in mo I imagined at tho title that ha had Homo strong rensou for stat alluding to it but ho soon diejielled tho Idea by coming round to thn subject of lain own accordIt I nK n tho 4th of March I havo good reason to remember that I rOt o somewhat earlier than usual and found tint Sherlock Holmes hail not yet flnltthcd his breakfast Tho landlady had because fo accustomed to my late habits that my place lad not been laid nor my coffee prepared With the unmuionnblo petnlanco of mankind I rang the Loll and gave n curt intimation that I was ready Tied I picked up a magazine from the tnblo and nttuninod to while away the time with it while my com panion munched silently at his toast Unit of tho articles had a pencil nark at tho heading and naturally began to run my eye through it Its somewhat ambitious title was Tho Uook of Life II and it attempted to show how much an observant man might learn by an accurate and xyitomatio ex amination of nil that camo in his way It struck meat being a remarkable mix turo of Bhrewdnetw and of absurdity Tho reasoning was closo and Intense but tho deductions appeared to urn to bo farfetched and exaggerated Tho writer claimed by n momentary expres sion n twitch of a musclo or a glance of an oyo to fathom a mans inmost thoughts Deceit according to him was an impossibility in lilt caso of one train ed to observation and analysis Ills con clusions wero as infallible us so many propositions of Euclid So startling would his results appear to tho uniniti ated that until they learned tho processes by which ho hind arrived at thorn they might well consider him as a necro mancer From n drop of water sold tho writer a logician could litter tho pos sibility of an Atlantic or n Niagara with out having seen or heard of ono or tho other So nil life is a great chain tho nature of which Is knows whenever wo are shown a single link of it Like all other arts tho science of deduction and analysis IB one which CUll only bo ac quired by long and patient study nor is life long enough to allow any mortal to attain tho highest possible perfection in It Uufaro turning to those moral anti mental aspects of tho matter which pro smut tho greatest diflloultios lot tho III quirer begin by mastering more elemen tary problems Let him on meeting a follow mortal learn at a glanco to dis tinguish thu history of tko than and tho trade or profession to which ho belongs Puerile as such UII exercise may seem it sharpens tho faculties of observation and toadies one where to look mid what to lIyhiscallosities of his forefinger aunt thumb by his expression by pits whirl culTlilIy each of these things u mans calling is l plainly revealed That all united should fall to enlighten tho competent inquirer in any cusp is almost Inconceivable What ineffable twaddlol I cried slapping thu magazine down on the table I never read such rubbish in my llfo What Is it asked Sherlock Holmes Why this article I said pointing at it with my egg spoon as I sat flown to my breakfast I sco that yon bare read it ninco you havo marked it dont deny that it issmartly written U Irritates me though It is evidently the theory of armchair lounger who evolves all 11310 neat little paradoxes in the occlusion of hfsown study It is not practical I should like to him clap ped down in n third class carriugo on the Underground nod asked to give tint trashes of all his follow travelers I would lay n thousand to ono against him You would loco your money Sher lock Holmes remarknd calmly AH for tho article I wroto it myself Yonl Yes I have a turn both for observa tltoorfIappear to you to bo chimerical aro really extremely practical so practical that I depend upon them for my bread and cheese And how I asked involuntarily Well I have a trade of my own supporo I am tho only one in tho worM I am n consulting detective if you can Lonsives and lots of private ones When these fellows are at fault they como to me and I mango to put totem on tho right scout They lay all tho evidence bygof crlnio to set them straight There is n strong family resemblance about mis deeds and if you have all tho details of n thousand at your flilger ends it is odd If you cant unravel tho thousand and fint Lcntrado a well known detect Ira Ho got himself into a fog recently over a forgery case and that was what brought him hero And theso outer pooplo privateIwho aro In trouble about something and went a little enlightening I listen to their story they listen to my comment aunt then I pocket my fee lint d 0 you menu to say i I said that without leaving your room you unravel omo knot which other men 1cast mako nothing of although they have seen every detail for themselves Quito no I have n kind of intuition tarnsdthlllgsIlot of special knowledge which I apply to the problem sod which facilitates dotuxofIs Ktcond natura You appeared to Ito surprise when I told you on our first meeting that you had como trout Af ghanistan You wero told no doubt Nothing of the sort I know you came from Afghanistan From long habit tho train of thought runt so swift ly through my mind that I arrived at Ibo conclusion without being conscious of intermediate stops There woro such steps however Tho train of reasoning ran Hero is a gentleman of a medical typo hut with tho air of a military man clearly an army doctor then Ho has just como from tho tropics for his taco is lark and that is not tho natural tint of his skin for his wrists are fair Ho has undergone hardship and sickness as his haggard taco says clearly Ills loft arm has been injured Ho holds it in n still and unnatural manner Where in tho tropics could an Kngliah army doctor havo seen much hardship and got lain arm wounded Clearly in Afghanistan Tho wholo train of thought did not oc copy a second I then remarked that you camo from Afghanistan and you were astonished It is tdmplo enough as you explain it I said smiling Yon remind mo of Edgar Allan Poos Duplu I lad no Idea that such individuals did exist out Bide of stories Sherlock Holmes rose and lit his pipe No doubt you think that you are com plimenting mo III comparing mo to Du pin ho observed Now in my opiu ioii Dnplii was a very inferior fellow That trick of his of breaking in on his friends thoughts with au apropos re mark after a quarter of an hours silence is really very showy and superficial Ho had some analytical genius no doubt hut ho was by no moans such phenome ns Poo appeared to imagine lIavo you roach Qaboriuus works I asked Does Lccoq como up to your Idea of a detective Sherlock Holmes sniffed sardonically Lecoq was a miserable bungler ho said in on angry voice Ho had olllyI ono thing to recommend hint and that was lain energy That book made 1110I positively ill The question was how to identify an unknown prisoner I could have done it iu 24 hours Lccoq took six mouths or BO It might bo mado a text Look for detectives to teach tbom what to avoid I felt rather indignant at having two characters whom I admired treated in this cavalier stylI I walked over to tho willow and stood looking out into tho busy street This follow may bo very olovor I said to myself hut ho Is certainly very conceited There are no crimes wad no criminals in these days ho said querulously What Is tho use of having brains in our profession I know well that I have it in mo to mako my name famous No rums lives or has over lived who has brought tho samo amount of study and of natural talent to tho detection of ensue which I havo dune And whet is tho result There is no crimo to detector at most some bungling villainy with a motive so transparent that oven a throughfts l J I was still annoyed at his bumptious Jtylo of conVersatlon thought it Lest to chango thu topic I wonder what that fellow is looking for I asked pointing to n stalwart plainly drexycd individual who was walking slowly down tho other side of tho street looking anxiously at tho num burs Ho had n largo blue envelope in Ids hand mid was evidently the hoary of n mesHagti You mean tho retired sergeant o marines said Sherlock Ilolmcu Urag and bounce thought I to my self Ho knows that I cannot verify hi guess Tho thought had hardly passed through my mind when tho titan whom wo were watching caught sight of tho mini tr on our door and ran rapidly across the roadway Wo heard n loud kuooka drop voice below mud heavy steps ascending thu stairs For Mr Sherlock Holmes ho said i stepping into tho room mid handing sit y friend the letter Hero was an opportunity of taking tho conceit out of him lb ulittlutluouglt- of this when ho mado that random sin May I ask my lad I said blandly what your trade may bi- tCculuiissimnaircsirin said gruff ly Uniform away for repairs And you wero I asked with n fllightly malicious glanco at my compan iou A sergeant sir Royal Mnrlnu Light Infantry sir No answer Right sir Ho clicked his heels together rained lain hand in n saluto soul was gone CHAPTER III I confess that 1 was considerably startled by this fresh proof of thu tical nature of my companions My respect for his powers of analysis in creased wondronsly Thero still remain ed some lurking suspicion in my mind however that tho whole thing was prearranged episode intended to dazzla mo though what earthly object ho could have in taking mo in was past my eons prehension When I looked at Idle ho had finished tIIOSi1C11111tt1AekIDFCr eyes had assumed expression which showed mental nh Ktractibn How in tho world did you dcduco that I asked Deduce what said ho petulantly Why that ho was a retired sergeant of marines i I have no timo for trifles ho re plied brusquely then with a smile Excuse lay rudeness You broko tho thread of my thoughts but perhaps it is as well So you actually wero not able to see that that man was a sergeant of marines No indeed It was easier to know it than to explain why I know it If you were asked to prove that two and two mako four you might sal soma difficulty anti yet you are quito snro of thu fact Even across the street I could sco a grout bluo anchor tattooed on tho back of tho fel Jowa hand That smacked of the sea Ilu haul a military carriage how dyer nud regulation side whiskers Thero wo have the marina Ho was a man with cotno amount of salt impor tance and a certain air of command You must have observed tho way in which ho held lain head and swung his cane a steady respectable middle aged man too on tho face of him nil facts which led mo to buliuvo that ho had been a sergeant Wonderful I ejaculated Commonplace said Holmes thought I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admiration I said just now that there were no criminals It appears that I am wrong Look at this Ho throw mo over tho note which the couiuiissionnalro had brought Why I cried as I cast my oyo over It this Is torriblol It does seem to bo n little out of tho common ho remarked calmly Would you mind reading it to mo aloud This is tho letter which I rend to him JI DEAR Mil BIIKIIU IloLasThoro ha been a heal busman during the night at S Lnu ruton On men off tho Drixton road Our man on the tent saw a light thero about 2 In tho morning and as tho houxo waY an empty ono sus i JcttllIOmcthlnlf amiss lIe found the door iijwii and In the front room which U bare of furniture dtvcorcm the body of a gentleman well drvxspd and having cards in his racket bearing thu aunt of Enoch J Drvbbur Cleve land Ohio US A There bad been no rob bery nor is there any ovlclenco as to how the nun mot his death There aro marks of blot In tho room but thero U no wound upon his parson Wo am at u loss as to bow ho came Into tho empty house Indeed the wholo affair In a puzzler If you can como round to the house any time before 12 you will find mo there I have left everything In stain quo until I hear from you If you are unable to como I shall give you fuller details and would esteem It n great ktndnea If you would favor mo with your oplnlou Youn faithfully Touts Gneosos Uregson is tho smartest of tho Scot land Yardcrs nly friend remarked Ho mid Lestrado are tho pick of a bad lot They nro both quick and energetic but conventional shockingly so They have their knives into 0110 another too They are as jealous as a pair of proton sional beauties There will bo somo run over this case if they are both put upon tho scout I was amazed at tho mini way in which ho rippled on Surely thoro is not a moment to bo lost I cried Shall I go and order you a cab I am not suro about whether I shall go I am tho most incurably lazy devil that ever stood in shoo leather that is when the fit is on me for I can bo spry enough at tines Why it is just such a cbanco as you havo boon longing for My dear follow what does it mat ter to mo Supposing I unravel the wholo matter you may bo sure that Oregson Lostrado Co will pocket ell tho credit That comes of boing an un ofllcial personage Out ho begs you to help him Yes Ho knows that lam his nape riot nnd acknowledges it to me but ho would cut his tongue out before ho would own it to say third person However wo may ns well go nnd havo a look i shall work it out on my own hook 1 may have a laugh at thorn if I have nothing else Como out J I Ho hustled en his overcoat nnd bus tied about in a WilY that showed that sit energetic fit haul superseded the apathet ic ono Oat your lint ho said You wish mu to como Yes It you have nothing bettor to do A minnto later wo were both in a hansom driving furiously for thu prix ton road amftops looking liko tho reflection of tho mud colored streets beneath My cams panion was in tho host of spirits and prattled away about Cremona fiddles wad tho difference between a Stradlvn rius mid nn Amati AH for myself I was silent for tho dull weather nod tho melancholy business upon which wo wero engaged depressed my spirits You dont seem to givo much thought to tho matter in hand I Paid at last interrupting Holmes musical disquisi tion No data yet hu answered It is n capital mistake to thuorizu before you biasentiujudgtYou will havo your datn soon I remarked pointing with my finger This is the lirixton road and that is tho house if I am trot very much mistaken So it is Stop driver stopl Wo wero still n hundred yards or so from it hut ho insisted upon our alighting aui wo finished our journey upon foot No Lauriston Gardens woro an ill omened nod minatory look It was ono of four which stool back somo little way from tho street two being occupied and two empty Tho latter looked out with threw tiers of vacant melancholy drearyscard had developed liko a cataract upon tho bleared panes A small garden eruptionahouses from thu street south was traversed by a narrow pathway yellowish in col or Hurl consisting apparently of a mix turo of clay and gravel- lho wholu placo was very sloppy from the rain which had fallen through tho night Tho garden was bounded by a thrro foot brick wall with a fringe o wood rails upon tho top and this wall was leaning a stalwart poll constable surrounded by a small knot of loafers who craned their necks and strained their eyes in tho vain hopo of catching sumo glimpsu of tho proceed logs within I had imagined that Sherlock Holmes would at onco have hurried into tho bonso and plunged into u study of the mystery Nothing appeared to bo farther from lain intention With nn air of nonchalance which under tho circus stances eeeuicd to mu to bonier upon affectation ho lounged up aunt down tho pavement and gazed vacantly at the ground tho sky tho opposite houses nUll tho lieu of railings Having finished his scrutiny ho proceeded slowly down tbo path or rather down tho fringe of grass which Hanked the path keeping his eyes riveted upon thn ground Twice ho stopped nnd once I saw him sinilu and heard him utter an exclamation of satisfaction Thero wero many marks of footsteps upon tho wot clayey soil but since the police had been coming aunt going over it I was unablo to see ho my companion could hope to lentil any thing from it Still I had had such ex traordinary evidence of tho quickness of his perceptive faculties that I had no doubt tint ho could n groat deal which was hidden from mo- At tho door of tho houso wo wero met by a tall white faced flaxen hatred man with a notebook iu his hand who rushed forward and wrung my compan ious hand with effusion It is in deed kind of you to come ho said I hMO had everything loft untouched Except thatl my friend answered pointing to the pathway If a herd of buffaloes had passed along there could trot bo a greater mess No doubt how over you had drawn your own conch sions Oregson beforo yon permitted tllisll I havo hand so much to do Insldo tho houso tho detective said evasive ly My colleague Mr Lestrade is hero I had rolled upon him to look after this- fiolwes glaucod at mo mad raised his eyebrows sardonically With two such non as yourself and Lestrade upon tho ground thoro will not bo much for a third party to fluid out hu said Gregson rubbed lain lauds in n self satisfied way I think wo have dono all that eau bo done ho answered Its a queer case though and I know your taste for such things Yon did not como hero In a cab asked Sherlock Holmes No sir Nor LOt trado H No sir- Thou lot us go and look at tbo room With which inconsequent re mark ho strode on into tho houso fol lowed by Gregson whoso features ex pressed his astonishment A short passage baro planked and dusty led to tho kitchen and offices Two doors opened out of it to tho left nnd to tho right Ono of theso land ob viously beon closed for nanny weeks Tho other belonged to tho dining rooms which wns tho apartment III which tho mysterious affair had occurred Holmes walked in and I followed him with that subdued feeling nt my heart which tho presence of death inspires It was n large square room looking all tho larger for thou absence of all fur nltnro A vulgar flaring paper adorned tho walls but it was blotched in places with mildew end hero and thero great strips had become detached and harp down exposing tho yellow plaster be neath Opposite tho door was n showy fireplace surmounted by n mantelpiece of imitation whito marble On ono curator of is was stuck tho stump of a red wax dacha The solitary window was so dirty that tho light was hazy and uncertain giving a dull gray tinge to everything which was intensified by thu thick layer of dust which coated tho wholo apartment i r All thoso details I observed afterward At present my attention was centered upon tho single grim motionless figure which lay stretched upon tho boards with vacant sightless eyes staring UIfat the discolored ceiling It was tint of n man about 4J or 44 years of age middle sized broad shouldered with crisp curling black hair taut a short stubbly beard Ho was dressed in a heavy broadcloth frock coat math waist coat with light colored trousers nud immaculate collar and cuffs A taplntiwell brushed and trim was upon tho floor bosido him Ills hands wero clinched and his arms thrown abroad while his lowerlimbs wero interlocked as though his death struggle had been a grievous ono On his rigid face stood an expression of horror and tlaeroIseemed to me of hatred such ns I lave uuvcr sent upon human features Thus malignant and terrible contortion blues with tho low forehead blunt comtand prognathous jaw gave the dead man a singularly siinious and tlpollkoIappearance which was increased by his writhing unnatural posture I havu seen death in many forms but nover has it appeared to mo in n more fear some than iu tint dark grimy apartnaont which looked out upon wan of tho main arteries of suburban Lou don ITO DE coxTlslrand LionCof v Statesof Americas The greatest nation In the world Is the greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee standard beverage of every fstate and territory of the Union roIts pure thats why cickMMItunrlng 1 CanvasserWanted to sell PRINTERS INK a journal for advertisers pUblishedweekly at live a year It teaches tho science and practice of Advertising and is highly esteemed by the most successful advertisers in this country and Great Britain Liberal com mission allowed Address PRINTERS INK 10 Spruce St New York Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Icnoni wbo board themselves can spend much or little as theychoosetou Hying expenses It pays to have a little extra money orilcct books and other things But thonecc Karr expenses are only as follows To pay the first day tADin IlALLRrhOOIInCldelllalEx Hospital Fee 25 25 pente 0000FumlahedKim Months Board 5 00 S 00 Llvtg i100 i8penes ter9lBeglunlnq 00 S 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 5 00 8 00 2SOOITotal Expense 13 Weeks 37 SO 87 00 For those belowA Grammar deduct the f2 for books and II from Incidental fee making the otal only cm so When four girls room together each saves 12 or more on room and fuel making the total only 33no If clamed below A Grammar Room and fuel cost ono dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc can usually bo rented for from f to a term The price of n big calf little tanbarkor it few horue spun bed coven will sleaterm of school which will change ouea whole life for the belt- erlHORSESHOEING At tQKrAllOther work in proportion Satis faction guaranteed Dalton Walden Goldens Old St- audONE MINUTEOne Minute Cough Curs gives relief In One minute because It kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane caus Ing the cough and at the sane time clears InflammallonIOne Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and Is a harm less and never falling cure In all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup strmguhtfonduring gavehermastered and our little darling speedily recorered cannot praise Ona Minute too much for what It has dona In our funllA L Spafford Post master Chester Mich Prepared by E O DeWITT A CO CHICAGO CROUPi r r fTHECITIZEN sertt I NNINNN NNNNNNN11NNM1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL i INNNNNNNNNNNNM NN Kelley Walden returned Thursday to his home at College Hill Mrs II SI Jones has gone to Rock port Ind for a weeks work Berry Reynolds writes from Okla honm that he is well pleased and do IIIMrs Sophia Morgan who has beet J visiting at Ft Thomas Ky and iu Ohio returned home Tuesday t J Burdetto Sous have bough W T Mehaffeys Machinery a fine Greewall engine boiler line shaft etc Rev S C Humphrey of Sholby r ville Ky filled the pulpit at the Bop tist church last Sunday morning and 1nightj W R Gabbard is now in Mans field Ill where he has plenty of work and good wages His family will I join him soon W WBrockman State Y M C A Secretary for Kentucky colleges was 4herethis week in conference with the association Goo W Shockley who has beeu confined to the house for ten days with a severe attack of the grip is again able to be out Rev Jas E Wolfordof Lancaster Ky is conducting services at the Bap tist church this week While here he is staying at the home of W Porter Rov H G Turner pastor of the Methodist church at Richmond will deliver a lecture at the Tabernacle next Monday afternoon to which all welcomeMiss Titus daughter of A W Titus and a graduate of Berea College clips of 1902 has accepted the superintendence cf the school at Camp Nol son and has entered upon her duties Mrs Mamie Hanson Jones of Cin cinnati 0 is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S G Hanson and other relatives here Mr Jones came down Saturday and remained over Sunday Next Sunday night when ExPres Loos of Kentucky University deliv ers the address at the Tabernacle will also be the occasion of the annual meeting of the Berea Bible Scciety auxiliary to the American Bible So ciety A cordial invitation to be pros cut is extended to all C M Caufield Litchfield 0will give his fine entertainment with the Graphophone Grand at the Wallace ton schoolhouse Saturday night March 28 Pieces by the best bands quartets and orchestras of the United States will be given The people of vWallaceton and vicinity will be high ly entertained at the small cost of 15 cents each COLLEGE ITEMS The friends of Geo B McClelland will address him at 258 East 11th are Columbus Ohio Tutor C D Lewis was called home Thursday night on account of the serious illness and death of his father Thomas Green who was in school here last winter is now employed as foreman on a fruit farm near Newark OhioS A Askew who graduated from our normal department last year is now a student in Medical College Kuoxville Tenn Pres Frost returned to Berea Mon day after an almost continuous ab sence of nearly three months in the interests of the College Miss Danielson of Stockholm Sweden who is making a tour of the schools in this country was aguest at Pres Frosts homo Sunday and Mon day She went from here to Atlanta Ga Miss Danielsons headquarters while in this country are at Teachers College connected with Columbia University Now York SERMON TO FARMERS Pros Frost will preach a sermon to Farmers in the Tabernacle next Sun day afternoon at f2 oclock This meeting is set for Sunday evening so that everybody can come It is especially for those who do not get out to meeting very often Hitch up your horses put the chil dren in the wagon tell your neigh bors and come as you came on Com mencement day There will be music by the College Band and Students chorus NN N NNNMNMNNN f CORRESPONDENCE NHNNNNNNNNNNNNNI GARRARD COUNTY The trial of J C Siter charged with the killing of Dr C Elwin Poyntz at Paint Lick last fall occur red last week at Lancaster The trial r- x I J attracted a great deal of attention nnd drew a large crowd The case was given to the jury ou Saturday Afte beiug out several hours they returnee to the court room and tho toreuiai announced the verdict of the jury for acquittal Among the able attorney connected with the case were R U Tomlinson and J M Rothwell for the defense and county attorney Ham iliac Robert Handing and ExGoI Bradley for the prosecution- MADISON COUNTY FARRISTOWN Mr Riolot is doing business at tho store of Farris Miss Lucy Watt has returned to Boron to attend school There will bo a supper at the Farristown schoolhouse Saturday night March 28Our Suudayschoo is very prosperous under our new su perintendent Silas SimpsonThos Monday was the guest of Lulu Wi more Sunday afternoon Rov J A Farris conducted services for the Sun dayschoolGeo Wilmoio is building a blacksmith shop in front of his dwelling house Mrs Rebecca Far ris and Miss Susie myth were the guests of their sister Mrs L White Sunday eveningPAN OLA Tho recent windstorm in this vicinity did much damage to tho farmers The new pike from Brassfield to PA nola was also badly damaged Murnl Logstou is improving his farm by putting up new outbuildings and bj repairs generally MrsJas Chaney is on the sick listMrs R W Harris is tho proud motherof a twelve pound boyMiss Nellie Harris has returned from school at Bcrca ou account of Illness She expects to enter school there again next fallMiss Lula Kindred of Locust Branch in visiting her sister Mrs R W HarrisTbo pastures about hero are looking exceptionally wen VALLEY VIEW It is Win Ross Mr Brysons fath jriulaw who is dead and not Mr Bryson as was reported last week Mnrk the little sou ofG W Purkey is very sick with fvtrMJ Anderson tanager for the Siugtr Mfg Co at Richmond was here on business this weekMrs Ann Allen has removed to her homo in Rockcastle CoRice Causby and Mit Taylor expert lum bermen have returned from Nicholas rille and will bo employed in one of the big mills here People in this vi iuity have taken advantage of the line weather to got a great deal of work done WALLACETON Sarah Lawson is visiting Mrs Jessie Anderson at Richrrond this week Binam Pitts left Tuesday last for Mansfield lllHe Noel will preach it the Baptist church next Sunday at 11 oclock Mr and Mrs Floyd Kidd of Borea paid a flying visit to Mr Kidds brother of this place Sunday Mrs Dan Botkins was tho guest of Henry Botkins and family Sunday P Young of Harrisbug is the guest of Dan Botkins this week OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD The people here are putting out their ardensC B Moore was in Buffalo Monday on business W B jabbard visited relatives on Cow Creek Saturday and SundayJas B Boliu of Eversole visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday and SundnyJ L Gabbard is adding a porch to his houseMr Walker Wilson of Booneville was hero Wednes lay electioneering Ho is a candidate for SheriffTho school at Grassy Branch taught by Mr C B Moorei closed last Saturday Speeches wore hado by Mr Mooro and Rev Mason Mrs Al Wilson of Meadow Creek lied last FridayTho school at Booneville taught by Profs A B Sort and PP Reynolds will close to norroiv tho 2ithlIrs Nannie Palmer of Lymonda Creek is visiting relatives here ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Mr Harvey Chouault has just returned from Richmond mill says ho will teach us how to farm on Round StoneJack Mobley has just moved from hero to Ford and the house ho vacated is now occupied by Mr C A Drew a former rosidentof Conway Mr and Mrs Ed Hyatt of More head moved Monday into the rooms rented of J H Sigmon Mr Hyatt is drilling for oil in which he has lead sonsiderable experience Mr J C Wood is very sick Dr Robinson of Borua was called in Sunday T J Hays went to Richmond Monday on business Mrs W C Mullins who has been visiting her daughter W B Sigmon returned homo Wednes L dayDr H H Lewis of Wildio ant his brother train Tennessee visited tho oil works hero Monday Rev J F Pholps preached at the school here Monday nightlo M Carter of Cartersville was hero last weokC- G Chestnut has moved to batty villo M J Vouco ot Hiatt Ky hai purchased his farm and will shortly movo htroMr U S Berry is veri sick at this writing Hor mother Mrs Shockloy of Boron is hero wi- llherD C Pullins is pushing his pa tent beehive this springW Hays is now a citizen of Conway Corsii Isaacs visited Mrs J 11 Siguioi Monday night and went to Eas Bernstadt Tuesday Win Sparks and Miss Eva Harder were marries last Thursday at tho homo of th bridoTuesday John Berry anti Miw Mulvy Watkins were married at Mr M A Watkins home All of thud are deserving and highly esteemw young people and wo extend to then our boat wishesJames Hunt of Mer ilburg was in Conway MondayRE Moyo of Scaffold Cane was a guest of Mr 111 Sigmou recently LAUREL COUNTY Last Saturday Geo Littlu killec Deputy Sheriff Burt Casteel one or the bravest ollicers of Laurel county when ho attempted to arrest Charlei Inmau who was hiding at Littlei house After receiving his dealt wound Casteel shot Little with a siu glebarrel shotgun killing him in stantlv YMCA WORK IN MADISON COUNTY John Lake of Louisville and C R Boucher of Richmond paid this ollice a visit yesterday Mr Lake is State Secretary of tho Kentucky Young MenH Christian Association for county work Kentucky leads all other States in the breadth and serape of its county work In fact Kentucky seems to be the only State which has solved the problem of Associations for tho smaller towns and villages lu Kentucky Madison county is one of the banner counties with its live Associations located at Kirknvilli Valley View Paint Lick Berea and- Richmondall vigorous and doing good work Mr Boucher has the direct supervision of the good work in tbis county It is the plan of the State organization of tho Y M C A to extend this work into ovary county in Kentucky as rapidly as possible under existing circumstances JACK AND HIS BEAN STALK If Jack climbs his bean stalk at the rate of a mile a day and the beau stalk grows at tho rate of a mile and a quarter a day when will Jack reach the top of his bean stalk Plainly only after he has begun to climb faster than tho bean stalk grows If in thirty years the number of white voters in a State who cannot read and write has increased 21363 at the same rate when will there cease to bo white voters in that Slate who cannot write and read Plainly only when they are not allowed to rote But when will there cease to be native white males of voting age who cannot read and write Certainly not until bettor schools are provid ed and lazy and indifferent parents are required to send their children to themIt is probably not generally known that in every Southern State there has boon in the last thirty yoara an increase in the number of white males twenty years old and over who can neither read nor write Yet it is true and it is furthermore true that in no State south of the Ohio and tho Poto mac has there been a decrease in the number of this class in any ten years since 1870 On the contrary there vas boon an increase in this class in every State in each of those threo periodsIn there were in Virginia 8847 more illiterate native white mom twen tyone yearsold and over than in 1870 in West Virginia 11 5151 moro in North Carolina 218Gi more in South Carolina 3375 more in Georgia 10559 more in Florida 2682 more iu Ken tucky 21991 more in Tennessee 14 705 more in Alabama 14185 more in Mississippi 2930 more iu Louisiana 991 more in Texas 128B more in Arkansas 9913 more In 1900 there were in all these States 175883 more native white men who could not read and write than in 1870 At this rate tvhon will there ceaso to be a large number of this class of native white voters in these good Stnteft This is a matter for tho earnest consideration of every legislator and every good citizen in all these States and the problem of Jack and his bean stalk suggests the remedy Tho building of roads and bridges nay bo put oil with only bother and present small loss BH a result but to Lt i r 1 put ofT tho building of good schools brings eudless loss in knowledge in telligence culture and tho highest in terests of life to tho boys and girls fast growing through the teachable years of childhood and youth to man hood and womanhood A people may sometimes bo excused for putting ofT tho one never iu pnttiugoff the other STANDARD Rotary Shuttle A Serving Machine STANDARD OKAMD iWULL fXONT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We Him manufacture wlnc tnuhines that rrUll from flJOO up The Standard XoUry run a dleutthe- tkl of a watch stake 300 Ultcliw while other machines ranUeSMX Apply to our local ilmlcr or if there U M dealer to your town addtta- a TNB Standard Sewing Michlae Corr S E Welch Jr Local Agent n U REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for home nl1u and hon0 woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsoy jeans blankets eta at follow lug prices Covorlids f 4 to iG Linen 40 to fiO cents a yard Dross Liuboy FO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches 90 inches longWidolnnd uselymust be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky Withont Harness The best hcnwj in the world is of lit tie useWith well made perfect fitting harness on he becomes butte useful and ornamental- If style is desired our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It is light handsome and very durable- If strength is thus main considera tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet all requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was all iron T J Moberly Richmond Ky Welt First Ht Cincinnati O S E Welch Jr Local Agent WE ARE BETTER 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 HIQQINS Prop JTHE SIGN Ort GOOD NG here is tile great oakvJ Easel now on display at our store It contains the line of beautiful new spring tailoring samples sent us by j STRAUSS BRQSCicaso Good Tailor for 26 liar The Oak liasel is the connecting link between the tailor and the faiiltlc sl tin ished garments which give a I you so much pleasure to wear Its really a lesson in good clothes buying to see this great collection of tailoring novelties l Prices low and cullifao lion tibsoluletv tvirvr ruootl Coll soon 1 J J BRANNAMAN Agent Boron Kentucky Tho brat pilliioath the stars and stripes It cleanses tho system and never gripes- Liltle Early Risers of worldly repute Ask for DoNViltM and take no Ntibstituto A small pill easy to bury easy to take andeasy to act but never failing in resulUDoWittH Little Eaily Ki ers arouse time 1Iflltioullnnd act a ton ic to the liver curing rmam ntly For sale by last End Drug Co Laughlin FountainPen IBTHC PCCROr ALL PEN AND HAG NO EQUAL ANTWHCNC FINEST QHAIIE UK GOLD lEN YOUR CHOIce OF THESE POPULAR STYLES FOR 100 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT E3 The UUllhlln Penn inPen ItoWeramadeurfiu- atqualltp tlraltlaflc hanlrubbre or any ilritril tjiiy and ha the oiih rocrtfrfilifg drvire knows Either Style tech cadmount rtl lor proe ititloo putt 0v k1eatraSurely you will no be able tunvrtnvthinetl9r- eetlmts Iki frtu tint will give inch roniinucui Vlrau1 andetvice Per Sale by EAST END DRUG CO Jerea Kentucky DeWitts a20Salvo For Piles Burns Sores Why pay ro to ICO per cunt abovo factory price when you can got HIM Famous Regal Shoe for Ifi jor rout above the factory J price i W A WILLIAMS Agent for Regal Shoes SuSxrrl mill rliodilK III Tate Mrs 0 IeterHOii 525 Lake St To Bnllardshorehound failed to give entire Halmfnclion and of all cough rtmitxlios it ill my favorite and must confess to my many fritiudu that it will do lull hUll dome what iHclaiuunl for it to sptHHlily curl a cough or told and It Is w ate taiid HO pluiiHing in taste At 25c Hto I00 at East laud Drug COH ullIlI= = West End Meat Market For Fresh Meats Suit Meats Slicetl Ham Lanl Saiixagti Vt guta hltlite Higheril pricu for Country Irtxluco R H ROYSTON Ilinn pMMlt IIHtmrl Karljr A ISriiiurknlil u0 Ono of the moat riinntknblo cases of u told ltOfJINItt1 on the lunge canning piieuuionin tlint of lit lit Gertrude Fennor Marion limit who was tutinily cured by tho use of SltuIl8JIno ened mo tllntlmn down in weight from Its ton 2 pounds I tried nmun Iwr of reimxliw to no avail until I need Ono Minute Cough Cure Pour bottles of this xvondnrftil riinwly cur llme entirely of tho cough strength euetl my lungs unit icftUmxl ins to inv normal weight henlth For LOUISVILLE sale by East End antilltngthI RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Nov 16 IOZjOolne Nnrlli Train 4 UIIy Leave Bet a I2I K III Arrive Richmond 1 f2 a in Arrive Paris r 05 a m Arrivo Cincinnati 7 Ito n m lulne North Train Hall Leave HertIt II 8aArrive Iliclnuond12 ln m- Artivo Paris 3 18 ji m Arrive Cincinnati lit on p in- loliic South Trnln lUlly Leave Berea 122 p in Arrivo Livulgnton218 p in doing South Train n Dully Leave Uerea 11 HO p in Arrive Livingston 128on in Trains No I sad No make connection at Livingston for Jollico mid the South with No 21 suit No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent Children LoiiKhi and ColiU Mrs Joe McGrath 327 13 lilt St HutchiiiRoii Kau writes I brava giv en Ballards Iloruhouiiil Syrup to my children for coughs and colds for thu pant four yearn and find it tho Omit medicine I over used Unlike many opiumbutof tho throat or lungs quicker than any other remedy 2i o fiOc and 100 at East End Drug Cos u OAgentHVegetables Fruits =PRESTON CO and Candies Main Street Bores Ky Richmond e = KyCjreenhousesLONG DISTANCE PHONE NO lea Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop j u J J BltaUllalnall Wellselected Istock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry r it t j wwwccnr tIIIL oavI a