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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r+ I MarkedvopYfij JAMES Mo RACER An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of NdTHE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 2 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 41 I i IDEAS Halfdoing commonly leads to lwllodoln Tho it IID IGoctiI of good judgment It is not whoro you nro but what you no that determines your happi r ness J FROM THE WIDE WORLD fCuh will appropriate 100000 for the St Louis Exposition Wm II Tuft of Ohio governor e tho Philippine cables that ho is con valnecing Uy n voto of 12 to 0 the Cuban Son ato adopted tlio reciprocity treaty with hit United Stati n unconditionally The Cuban Cabinet decided to let publicly a contract to raise thii Maine arid the Spanish warships Hunk along tho Cuban coast Tho Empress of Oormany whilo 4 out riding wan thrown by her horse lIerfotis The Dritith Government has return t ed to their homai one hundrud thou mind Boon niece tho South African r war aud given 75000000 toward thuir resettlement Africa i Tho crow or the Hrilish Antarctic r oxplonng ntoamor Discovery which r loft England in HKH has placed tine j liritish flag the farthtwt HOtith of all imtiouH hi latituile SO degrees 17 mill If blue longitude 113 degrees Thor lowwit temperature recorded was 52 degnxw btflow zero Thu scientific work of tine ex odtiou in particularly ifridl in now species of marine fauna IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Many families are reported drown ed by tho MiwiiKMippi Hoods I Andrew Carnegie hRH added 11550 000 to his library donations in Pitts burg The United States will have lolo I graphic communication with Alaska by May Great frauds have been discovered I and Pros Koooevolt has ordered a kearching investigation of the hoot otlica department Miss Clara Harton who has now tho confidence and love of nations as the head of the Red Craw Society is to rutiro as its active leader Alice Roosevelt has been asked by the Sultan of Turkey to christen tho Turkish warship which is now 1being built in tho United States Sun cotton mills at Lowell Moan shut down indefinitely on account of trouble with tho textile unions Seven teen thousand persons mime idle i Admiral Dewey says tho United States has tho greatest navy in the world for the reason that every man in time navy is a man of intelligence J D Rockefeller has offered toI give Douimon University at Granvillo 0 as much as its friends can ripe They have 75000 guaranteed aril hopo to mako it 100000 An extensive silk producing colony is being established in South Carolina Largo quantities of silkworm eggs and mulberry trees havo just boon im ported from Europe Reels of Euro Beau mako are to be placed at Wash ington Tuskegeo Institute and at any other point thought advisable COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Maj William Goodloo recently died in Danville of pneumonia Cadet G T Berry of Ky was din missed from West Point for supply ing other cadets with cigarettes v President Harper of Chicago University wilt speak at time YM C A anniversary in Louisville the first Sunday in April Tho minors and operators in tho Western Kentucky coal mining region have reached an agreement by which a strike is averted Junius B Clay son of tho lion C M Clay Jr was accidentally shot and killed by leis wife in target prac A tice at his homo near Paris Tho interstate commerce commis sion is Investigating the proposed merger of the Louisville Nashville and other linos with the Atlantic Coast Line Physicians in Bath county havo or 1 ganized tho Bath county Medical As sociations with headquarters at Ow ingsvillo GODS VOICE IN THE SPRING Killart mm Im Trmli Sermon In Fanner The special sermon to formers by Oeningrweatherr A number of teams were hitchedon tie campus and neighbors carno frond as jar as ton tunes around Time Scripture rending was front first chapter of Genesis describing Gods giving moan possession of the products of the earth and the animal- upon it Tho text was from Ps 12 astI assuredly como again with rejoicing bringing his sheaves with him Prej Frost said in part A aced isa wonderful thing a wrap pod up miracle Tho farmers most common experience is sowing and reaping and the sowing is the har part Sowing means cold weariness oxponso nod doubt aa to the result The doubt is foolish but it is proba bly the most troublesome of all dilliciilties Mon are too doubtful to buy good seed too doubtful to keep up good fences too doubtful to teat a crop as it ought to bo tended When wo como to the reaping there is joy We have a store of food and prido In our success and industry and a sense of wealth anti independence because we havo a surplus crop which wo can turn into money and so le able to buy whatever we will So we havo seen the prosperous farmer beginning with tho hardest work anti the smallest allowance t gradually adding to his tools and his stock smith Ids acres If wo could keep vividly before our naiads tho joy of tho harvest it would cheer us and give us strength oven through the toil of planting and tend ing a crop God is tho Groat Farmer lIo made the first seeds He designed all the forums of plant and animal life And this is His voice in the springtime I am going to begin again this spring I do things in the old reliable way You can always depend upon what I will do I shall send acres of sun shine and oceans of rain Lot eve Ulan who will hold out his cupand spread out hi81Jls and got his sharp You do tho sowing aud tho tending and I will make the harvest In the caso of the sluggard Godsends wools and they enrich the soil in future years so that tho man who cornea after tho sluggard will find the laud unproved And on all the waste and neglected spots God plants tho magnificent forests It is a good thing to bo Gods part ner in farming Anti sowing and reaping are a lesson in spiritual things Wo sow our own character What I do today in reading a good newspaper keeping tho Sabbath attending church estab lishing good habits makes mo a bet ter man for tomorrow and next year We sow an act and reap a habit Wo sow a habit and reap a character We sow a character and reap a des tinyAnd wo sow the character of our children Wo struggle to train them wo sacrifice to send thorn to school but wo have a satisfying harvest when hoy grow up honorable and capable men and women And wo sow good things for our neighbors and tho world as we work for temperance for good roads for letter public schools for the building up of religion and tho church And wo may bo sure that Gods harvest will more than satisfy U will our prim us in its richness of reward h PRESIDENT LOOS ADDRESS ExPresident Chas Louis Loos of Kentucky University who preached at tho Parish House on Sunday last also gavo the address at the annual mooting of Berea Auxiliary Bible So ciety hold iu tho Tabernacle at night It was devoted to a description of the unique character of tho Bible and was a masterpiece The speaker said that the Bible is a book for all ages of the world and all classes of men Its theme is tho Christian religion time religion of characterbuilding rather than of ritualism The Bible interests mankind by being largely historicalespecially abounding in that most captivating form of history Biography The human heart delightsin song and the Bible abounds in poetry Tho accumulated wisdom of ages is embodi ed in time Proverbs It consists large ly of terse sententious utterances This is especially true of the OldII Testament The New though written in Greek is in tho Greek of the masses plaingfortunate There has been no language more loftly more beau tiful more soul searchiog than thee English at the time of King James translation Scarcely inferior was the German in which Luther couched the withdmasses was a translation of the Psalms has the swing and roll of a poem All these things have not been by accident There hue been a Providence all the way adapting this great book to reach the muses and to stir tho aredcommon people revel in Gods book The Bi bio will have a higher place in many a heart because of Pros Loos abler address u A GOOD TIME- The Glee Club reports a delight ful time at Williamsburg fbey sang to a crowded house ou Monday night and almost exhausted their re pertoire in responding to encores The Academy Literary Society under whose auspices the concert was held entertained In a royal manner The members of the club are T U Horton L C Higman B Maltby William Tosh W C Gamble Glenn Keener John Stratton and Professor Lodwick while Mrs Hinman Miss Ruddock Mrs Lodwick and Arthur SufTern very ably assisted them BAND CONCERT The College Band will give a con cert from the balcony of Ladies Hall Saturday night April 4 Program Lazarre Waltzes H B Blank LoseyDarlingOverture Psycho C Barnhouse Creole Belles March J B Lampe Public invited COLLEGE ITEMS C E Jenks of Edinburg 0 came this week to teach and also forstudy Frances Woods was called to her home in Tennessee by the illness of her father MrClayton Townsend attar an ex tended business trip to Indian Terri tory is again in school Something over eighty invitations were issued for the convocation which was hold last Friday night Supt King delivered the Monday lecture to the College students ou the Care of Buildings It was practical- as well as instructive Two new instruments have been added to the College Band a tenor slide trombone and piccolo which makes a band of twentytwo pieces Mr and Mrs S L Clark enter tained at dinner on Wednesday nigh- Taylor GabbardtPro- f Todd Stanley Damon Harley Racer and W C GambleEvery room in the Ladies Hall and the Mens Dormitorie4is full but there are for a few men in other college buildings though the Treasurer is trying to clear the Mens Industrial Building so that machinery can be placed there during the spring term In the two practice games between time Varsity and second teams it has been shown that we have bettor mate rial for baseball than at any previous term in the history of the Athletic As sociation Our pitchers are In better condition than ever before In a recent address at Cleveland 0 Pres Frost spoke of the progress that the colored race had made since emancipation and replied to the at tacks which had been made upon the Negro in various quarters of late This speech was reported in the Cleveland Leader and Pres Frost received a special letter of thanks which he highly values signed by thinp 4ix colored veterans in the Ohio Soldiers HomeMr Dan Goodman age 27 years who has been a student at Berea for about four years after a brief ill ness died phthisis at the home of Mrs Burns on Jackson St on the 31st day of March He was a respected fort was put forward by his friends to make him comfortable and his last hours easy He leaves a mother brother two sisters His body was taken to his mother in Cincinnati for burial WHERE ARE THE EYES that are perfect in structure and function rrlOtromglmutaesittemporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES willcorrectdefects A test will decide what must ho done It is made here free of cost We carry a large assortment of eyeglasses and spectacles and can fit niter plo cases immediately T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky tltN1NI tHtNOttN N NN Wo havo searched the market for bargains and as wo were buying an entire now stock wo were enabled to secure tho very lowest prices in every line We have no old goods and you are not asked to pay large profits to cover losses Call and inspect our stock Our motto is to please Suits made to order and fit guar anteed d 1 MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Oranlto and Marble Work of all kinds done in workmanlike manner at rea tsonable prices anti with dispatch All work guar anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner 01 Main alld Colllni SIred DR M E JONES iC Dentist Office Over Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Pittedup Meals Bonn and pricesSecond House Richmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop A J THOMPSON GROCERY AND- RESTAURANT Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE IURDETTES MILL 1101011011 oIllloI oI 1 oIo 111 oIeI 10111 o1oIo1IIo1IIIIoIl I I NEW SPRING SUITS I at 8 10 12 and 20 Better than tho madetoorder kind at12601518 anti 20 readytoall RhRJlOftRtouts slims and regulars and a good tailor on the spot to niter when necessary insure R perfect fit for every man Lets us fit YOU woll do it right and save you money I i Covington and Banks i FOR MEN AND BOYS itl JI P I+i FI I PeI HI Fd11I I F SUBSCRIBE FOR The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR NNNNN HNe NMHNNi I Look Out Spring has como and with it comes the Hus completolino DressGoodsWhite Goods Ginghams Embroideries LacesPercales Ribbons in endless variety Carpets MattingsRugs c in the lat est designs Richmond Kentucky OUTFITTERS ltH NItNMN Do not failI to see our ClothingShoes andHats 1I Bought direct from time factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices LACKEY HAMILTON I a NNNN NN Madison County Roller Mills z11+ Io11eIItI i Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i I hard to beat I PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour M M M WI t Potts DuersoniWhites Station Ky OfJINNNNNN1 to NNHN N1NNNNNN NN1NNNNNN1111 THEODORE JR II Phone Night Phone I will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my home iu Berea Ky for the spring season of 1903 at CO cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog gave entire satisfaction during the past season and is endorsed by some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndon SArISPACIONJ M EARLY If Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FURNITURE always on hand Wo invite our Boron friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day 73 47 66 JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky a F i THE CITIZEN Jim and the- Extract His Ways Were New but the Ensuing Profits Were Big From IMtn From Sri M the Mtr Chant to lllf a aWllIe Ihiuce JTvtrfincr lip ttftnlmlan of Small May nantJ Co fuUUlun llunton 0 1lime fist college innn I ever hired was John Durhams son Jim That t was n goal many years ago when the house was n much smaller affair Jims father had a lot of money till he start nl out to buck the universe and corner wheat And the boy took nil the fancy courses anti trluimliiKS at college Tim old mum was mighty proud of Jim Wanted him to be a literary fellow But old Durham found out what everyone learns who gets his ambitions mixed up with number two red that theres a heap of It lying around loose In the country The bears did quick work and kept the cash wheat coming jInso lively that one settling day halt dozen of us had to get under the mar ket to keep It from going to smash That day made Jim a candidate for a Job It didnt take him long to decide rlthut the Lord would attend to keeping 4UI the visible supply of poetry and he had better turn his attention to the stocks of mess pork Next morning he was laying for me with a letter of Introduction when I got to the otllce aud when ho found that I wouldnt have a private secretary nt any price he applied for every other position on the premises right down to office boy I told him was sorry but I couldnt do any thing for him then that we were letting men go but Id keep him in mind and so ou The fact was that didnt think u fellow with Jims train IIlIgwould be much good anyhow Hut hung ou said hed taken a fancy to the house and wanted to work for t Used to call by about twice a week tot tint out If anything had turned up Finally after about u month of this jjhewore me down so that I stopped h one day as he was passing me on the street I thought Id find out If he really was so redhot to work as he pretended to be besides I felt that per haps I hadnt treated the boy just right as 1 had delivered quite a jag of that wheat to his father myself Hello Jim I called do you still want that Job Yes sir he answered quick as lightning Well Itell you how it is Jim I salt looking up at himlie was one of those husky lazy moving six footers I dont see any chance in tube otllce but I understand they CUll use another good strong man in one of the loading gangsI that would settleJlm and let me out for Its no Joke lugglug beet or rolling barrels aud tierces a hundred yards or so to the cars But Jim came right back at me with Done Wholl I report to That sporty way of answering as It he was closing a bet made me surer than ever that he was not cut out for n butcher But I told hint and off ho started hot foot to Hud the foreman I sent word by another route to see that he got plenty to do I forgot all about Jim until about three months later when his name was handed up to me for a new place and a i raise in pay It seemed that he had sort of abolished his Job After he had been rolling barrels awhile and the sport had ground down one of his shoul ders a couple of inches lower than the other he got to scheming around for way to make the work easier and he hit on an Idea for a sort of overhead rail road system by which the barrels could be swung out of the storerooms and run right along into the cars and two or three men do the work of a gang It was Just as I thought Jim was lazy but he had put the house in the way of 118ulng so much money that I couldnt So I raised his salary and made him nu assistant timekeeper and checker Jim kept at this for three or four months until his feet began to hurt him I guess and then he was out of a Job again It seems he had heard some thing n new machine for registering the men that did away with most of the timekeepers except the fellows who watched the machines and he kept after the superintendent until he got him to put them in Of course ho claimed a raise again for effecting such u saving and we Just had to al low It I was beginning to take an interest in Jim so I brought him up into the otllce and set him to copying circular letters We used to send out a raft of them to the trade That was Just before the general adoption of type writers when they were still In the experimental stage But Jim hadnt been in the otllce plugging away at the letters for a month before he had t the writers cramp and began nosing around again The first thing I know he was sicking the agents for the new typewriting machine on to me and he kept them pounding away until they made me give them a trial Then it was all up with Mr Jims Job again I raised his salary without his asking for it this time and put him out on the road to introduce a new product that we were making beef extract Jim made two trips without selling enough to keep them working overtime at tire factory and then he came Into my otllce with a long story about how we were doing it all wrong Said we ntlIus Instead of chasing it up Ij That was so like Jim that I Just laughed at first Besides that sort of lti III J Tt advertising was n pretty new thlllg then and I was out of the old tuners who didnt take any stuck In It hut limn Just kept plugging away at rue between trips and finally I took liln oil the road and told him to go ahead and try it In a small way Jim pretty nearly seared me to dentin that first year At Inst he hint got limo something that he took au interest in spending moneyand ho Just fairly wallowed III It He used to lay awake nights thlnklug up new ways of gottliij rid of the old mans profits And he found them Seemed as If I coiildn get away from Grahams Extract am whenever I saw It I gagjod for I knew It was costing me money that wasui coming back lint every time I startei to draw In my horns Jim talked to nu and showed me where there was a fury tune waiting for me Just around the cornerGrahams Extract started out by be lug something that you could make beef ten out of that was all limit be fore Jim hart been fooling with it n month he had got ills girl to think up a hundred different ways In winch It could be used and had advertised them all It seemed there was nothing yoiifniild cook that didnt need a dusk kept me between a chill nUll a tfwout all the time Sometimes but not often I lust had to grin at his fool ishness I remember one picture he got out showing sixteen cows standing be tween something that looked like n letter press and telling how every pound or so of Grahams Kxtract con tained the Juice squeezed froth a herd of steers If an explorer started for the north pole Jim would send him a case of extract and then advertise that It was the great treat maker for cold climates and It sore other fellow started across Africa he sent him n case too and advertised what a bully drink It wins served up with a little ire He broke out In n new place every tiny and every tune he broke out it cost the house money Finally I mode up my mind to swallow the loss and Muster Jim was about to lose his Job sure enough when the onlers for extract begun to look up and he got a reprieve Then he began to uiake ex penises and he got a pardon and final ly a rush ciimc that left him high and dry In a permanent place Jim was nil right In his way but it was a hefty way and I hadnt been broad gauged enough to see that it was a better way That was where I caught the connec thou between a college education arid business le always uncle it a rule to buy brains and Ive learned now that the better trained they are the faster they third reasons for getting their sal aries raised The fellow who hasnt hind tutu training may be Just as smart but hes apt to paw the ulr when hed reaching for Ideas y ON BEING A BOSS If You Sit on a High Place Dont Gaze at the Clouds From Ijtttn From i Self Miule Mrs chant t lliA Son 1w Gtorgt llonure LoflmeriI- II Consider carefully before you say a hum word to a man but never let a chance to say a good one go by Praise judiciously bestowed is money Invest edNever learn anything about your men except from themselves A good manager needs no detectives and the fellow who cant read human nature cant manage It The phonograph rec ords of a fellows character are lined in his fact and a mans days tell the secrets of his nights lUf slow to hire and quick to lire The time to discover Incompatibility of tem per and curl papers Is before the mar riage ceremony Hut when you fluid that youve hired the wrong tuna you cant get rid of him too quick Pay him an extra mouth but dont let him stay another day A discharged clerk in the otllce Is like a splinter III the thumba center of soreness Newer threaten because a threat is a promise to pay that it isnt always con venient to meet but if you dont make it good it hurts your credit Save a threat till youro ready to act and then you wont need It In all your dealings remember that today Is your opportu city tomorrow some other fellows Keep close to your men When a tel lows sitting on top of a mountain bos In a mighty dignified and exalted position but if lies gazing at the clouds hes missing a heap of Interesting nUll Important doings down In the valley Never loso your dignity of course but tie it up in nil the red tape you can timid around time otllce und tuck it away In the safe Its easy for a boss to awe his clerks but a man who Is feared to his face is tinted behind his back A competent boss can move uuioiift his urea without having to draw au imaginary line bey tween them because they will see the real one If it exists Itcsldes keeping In touch with your ofllce men you want to feel your sales men all the time Send each of theme a letter every day so that they wont for get that we are making goods tor which we need orders und insist on their sending you a line every duy whether they have anything to say or not When a fellow has to write In six times a week to the house he uses up his explanations mighty fast and hes pretty apt to hustle for business to make his seventh letter interesting Right here I want to repeat that In keeping truck of others annul their faults its very very Important that you shouldnt lose sight of your own Au thority swells up some fellows so that they cant see their corns but a wise man tries to cure his own while remoni beriug not to tread on iris uelgbbo e ln a1r1 THE MARKETS At RY A 0 NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI March no 11JrtOIIHoosConimon085j 750 II Fair good light68J i110 11ackiug7 tiff 77ii SHEEP Good to choice 525 tj 671i- II Common to fairaTfi r fiOO LAUDS Good to choice fiM t filK II Common to fairlM ft 610 7litCoRNOATsNo 2 mixed 87 37 RYENO 2 nil FLOOR Winter patent 3fr a8T ii II fancy 81B0 310 II Family2Sri fa 310 MILL FEEDItfo 1800 HAYNO Timothy 1700 17HO II No2 1000 lOJf II No Clover IJTii f 1325 No2II llJtfi 1175 POULTRY Young chickens 12 Heavy liens II 12 RoostersII ti TurkoyII JI Ducks 13 Eoos Fresh near by 121 HIDES Wet salted 71- u No 1 dry salt II Bull iSheep skins 50 70 TALLOW Prime city 0 6 II Country r 61 EDFORp5 BlACIfDRAUCiHT THE GREAT FAMILY MEDICINE hailITueJfonT lihack Draught saved doctors hills moro than sixty years For the common fam constipationindigestion plaints chills fever ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and meg ulates the assists digestion stimulates action of the kidneys purifies the blued and the of fouluxuunulations It cures liver omplainttindigestion sour rheumatic sideache back lationaliarrhcolds and headache her druggist has Thedfords blackDraught in cent lockages and in main moth size glOt Never accent a substitute Insist laving the ChattanoogaMlodicine believe Thedfords BUckDriught Is the but medicine on earth It U good for any and everything have a family of twelve children and for four yeas have kept them on foot and healthy wllh no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN Illewara La o Special Offer To Old or New- SubscribersJ to The Citizen i 3 Papers for I about the price I ofone e e 1 THE PRAIRIE FARMERS I Weekly s 2 THE PRAIRIE FARMER Home Magazine Monthly Supplement I 3 THE CITIZEN Regular price of all is 2f0 per year Our Special Price for s all until April 15 is i 75 cents per year Sample copies sent to any ad dress Direct all letters to j i THE CITIZEN j James M Racer Editor fw Beren Ky ft j THE FARM SPRING CARE OF A STRAW BERRY BED Tho strawberry is essentially n spring crop Therefore the care and attention bestowed nt this season of the year linn much to do with its sue cess What methods should bo fol towel depend to a great extent on the previous treatment mid tho personal ideal of tho grower No one method is suited to nil conditions Wo must take into account the season sun tho special features incident to ones loca tion Tho alternate freezing and thawing iu early spring is especially trying on tho strawberry plants but if they have been properly mulched they will plan j tho test without injury When tho material used for this purpose is of loose open nature like Hoja bonn straw no fear noel be entertained that tho plant will smoother or moat at tho crown but it some compact mulch like bay or loaves is used If tho mulch is of uneven thickness over the surface tho bed should bo examined at once and the mulch loosened or parr tially withdrawn provided injury threatens If our object is earliness tho mulch should bo removed front nrouud the crowns na soon as freezing weather is past Some prefer to simply loosen the covering over tho plants nUll let thom force their WRY through Whiloeometimes successful this prac tico is not to bo encouraged as it tends to CRUse n weak slender growth with impaired vitality Others uncover the plants and leave the mulch in tho eon ter of tho row Again there are those wlo nro willing to bestow extra care Thoy remove tho mulch entirely cul tivate very shallow to avoid disturb ing the small footling roots then re place tho mulch between tho rows where it serves the twofold purpose of keeping tho fruit clean and of re retaining moisture consider this extra labor well spent The cultivation warms thoBoilrenders more quick ly available tho plant food present and imparts a more vigorous start If however our object is to delay the blooming period and thus retard the crop the mulch should be loft on a week or two after tho plant would naturally have started into growth This is special prsclieettnd will require con iiderable care anti skill otherwise tho plants will become bleached and weak mod Shall we add plant food in the spring As a general rule it will pay provided we clearly understand the special object Quo aim should be to stimulate tho fruit protluciug organs and not a rank foliage growth Man urea or highly nitrogenous fertilizers should for this reason be avoided or ipplied in very limited quantities Wood ashes and ground bone if ap plied early aro a good combination sulphate of potash acid phosphate and tankage should be equally good four or five hundred pounds to tune acre should be sulliciont Tine healthiness of the foliage is of the utmost importance To insure this spraying with Bordeaux mixture ill necessary Spray when tho mulch is removed Bud below the buds un fold Apply thoroughly aud with force so as to strike both upper and under surface of the loaf Many special practices will suggest themselves to tho skilful grower and while sometimes the cost of thoso is considerable the extra care and out lay is generally a most profitable investment G A DREW Mass Agricultural College 1 DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky The Citizen THE HOME SOME MORE COOKING CLASS RECIPES POACHED IN JilL Butter the dish in which eggs are to ho poached Put into It tho milk anti n little Halt lot heat almost to boiling but do not burn Break eggs separately into a cup mid slip gently iuto tho milk to avoid breaking tho yolks When douo lift on to butter ed toast ninth pour milkovor all The amount of milk used will doMMid up on the number of eggs used siiimiEt Eons Boat tho egg white till very light put thom in mounds on tho platter ou which they are to hu serval Make with n spoon a hollow in tho top of each mound and in this put n whole egg yolk Bake in a slow oven until tine whites are n delicate brown son non with salt and popper nnd limiter Cut together before eating IHHIT OMELET Boat tho yolks of thul golin for each person until very light Then boat tho whiten and add a tablespoon ful of water milk or cream for each egg used Fold all together put in n groaned frying pun lot timid on stove until set on tho bottom n knife win lx run under than put into oven and let remnant until firm nnd lightly cooked to the center which can be ascertained by trying with n knife Fold ono half over tho other nnd takeout on n warmed platter SAUCE TOR LK1IIT OMELET Use equal parts of beaten whiteH nnd whipped cream sweetened suit llarored More crown than tho egg may be used or some nice fruit Juice cooked down thick unity take the place of tho cream lUNFIlU TllLrS FOR COOKINd dons KggH are largely componed of tho food eleiuent known IHI Albumen and require special care in cooking Great heat or mint boiling thicken mid toughens the albumen annul mnken it land to digest Whether used alone or combined with other foods they musl have n moderate even heat Instead ol boiling nn egg haul for two minutes drop it unto a pint of boiling water in a small pan set it ofT the Htovo and let stand ten minute for n Rofthoiled or twenty urinates for n medium boiler egg The white will then bo thoroughly cooked lull soft nUll jollylike instead of hard sad slightly elastic Always boil an egg for a sick person in this mnnnor JENNIE LESTER IIILL THE SCHOOL LETTER TO TEACHERS NO VII Tho public school Is tho only insti tuition in our country that is opened to nil who nro of lawful ago without gxnmiimtion or question duo appli 11tintof any race or nationality lust HO his present lionel is in America lie may be from Knglniid Germany China Jnpiiti Africa or Islands of tho mm Ho may bo of any political faithn Republican or Democrat n Socialist or Anarchist hn may hoof any relig I ious belief Catholic Protestant Jew Hottentot or Infidel tuny ho rich or poor well clothed or in rags kind and true or rude nUll disagreeable whatever ho is ho is welcomii In fact the greater his need tutu larger hits welcome A person cannot tarter the unity without pausing an examination Ho cannot become n member of any church without subscribing to tho rum quirements there is no secret society or fraternal organization that will ad unit n momlwr except under prescrilxxl regulations but no questions nn inky ed when a Iwy or girl knocks nt the door of n school IIOUHO What a conglomerate mass is thn l ody that make up n school tlspeeitally in a largo city Take for exam plo Cliicngo there is no moro cosnio IlOlilAII hotly to ll found nnywhere Thrum min Ihu children of G onus us Poles KussiuiiH ItoluMiiimiN Italians and Greeks and in short from usury civilized nation Mnny of them when they enter school know not n word of English Their parents hnvo TOIIIO from lands of oppression maid their titling sentiment is against the government They know nothing smut earn Iti omit our institutions Hut tho childien of tlwm foreigners UfO 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at KIICHIIN that they night tome to MlletiiH to meet lint Our lexNoii port of his uililrvHH to thmu the wliolouiltlrvx lie KlniiliiK ut the vlKhtiiiitli verse lie felt thus tluuu vtcre the bust word ho would ever HpeaU to them verse unit hu remliuletl then that In hIM min istry iinuiiiK them hu hail taught them ull IhlliKN nut only the entieiitlal and fuiiUiiiniiital repentaiiee toward iintl faltb In JCHUM ChrUt but also tliu whole eomiHel of Jo l vcrnes 21 7 y 9U Kor know thin that uftrr mx dc purlins uliull Krievoun wulvi vnlrr In UIIIUIIK you not purlhK tlio Hock ulwi of your own nolvrn shall men iirUe x IkIl- lar rvKrae thine to druw uwuy die rlulta nflcr than It WIIH IliuIM clellKht to maintain hlniHelf by hU own labor that Ini t intuit have to give to the unity tliliiKN temporal mid hplrltual but there were uud itlwny Iwvo laen und there tire IIolIIjidiepheidM slut wily do nut fml the look but take Rood curs to live iiMii the tlo kwuIVtt In nlitfpn clothing Jot xxlll lalU Matt vll Hi x 10 No true Mirvant of IhrUt ever seeks to draw ixtiple to lilmiMlf but like John the ItuptUI crisp llehold the Lash of dial The lord JetiUN never sought any glory fur Illninelf but aUvayn KO rltlitl the 1ather and loOt neeketh not her own never nelllxh Hotb tnllll without und from within till church the wlvrniary works but the Lots that KUVO lllumelf fur un ulinll finally conquer II S3 And now brethren I romrmnd you to Ood Mud to the word of HU grace which la ubte to build you up mild to Klvo you an Inhrrltunca umouic sill them which are sanctified Our IxtrdH own commnnd was Take yu herd watch and pray Mark xlll gt8i xlv SS und beciiUHu of our nil verary the devil who lit utwayH Kirk lug to devour we need the whole armor of plod I Ivt v 8 It Kjili vl 1113 It by the Brace of God made known to UII In the word of Cod Unit we mitt wivttl Horn III 2I Jan IS stud the sumo word cnuseI to grow In Rrnn I Itt II 11 1et Ill IH rld4 verse HjnakH of those who nru winctllled See nbio on this I Cor vl 11 lids x1011 then stole In Jules xII 17 that we art by tine word of Cod sanctified lu till dally life Any miinliiK dlwrepancy III the truths that wo lire tuutctlflitl and p tfeotitl for ever yet Mine KnnctKhM stud not yet erect U tanlly umlrratiMHl It we din lliiKtlUll between what where In Chrlnt before Cod by virtue of KIN great sac rill it nnd what we are in our dally life liens before men I John III 2 U3S I hive chewed you In all thing how that se laboring y ought to support the weak and to renumber thus words of the lord Jesus how lie wild It more LlrurU to give thou to receive Hy practkts aw well by lrlCf lit Paul bad taught them that be not Hceklm theirs but them that he want wl uothlni from them but that he had HomethlUK to Klve them Ho w heu oust vr teachers clime Heeklni their KO 4IlUd nut their seals they could wy If Thut In not like luau for he never nought iinythliiK for lilmxelf but ever taught of the love of Cod In Christ uiid by the love of Christ coimtniliieil to Rive without nNkliik to II- Cur v 111 Iaul realize what hu taught that though Hivmlntr to have nothing he yet jtoBNtiiswl all thlnpi und thoiiKli IlOOr he could make many rich II for vl 10 IcrhapH in no epistle do we Und the Aches of the Knicti of Cod fully set forth as In the cplfttle to the Kphcidans and If we only hdluvcd ties and tout othiTR mlKlit be Just on rich limply for the taking we could not but ninnk what we uuve seems and heard Acts Iv 10 36 And when ho had thus spoken he knv lrd down und prayed with tIn ull III chapter xx r we fled that at an other place they knelt down on the hlioro und prayiil 1iiul was certainly ti man of prayer nnd It we understood the privilege of access to Gad that Included In prayer we Held smut hut be people of prayer While kneeling the i oxltlon here mentioned we Und In I lugs vlll IM that Solomon stool With his hnndu spread forth toward heaven and we llnd In the agony In CetliHenmne that Jesus both knelt and tell on his fused Tim poNltlon of time body Hecondary but that till soul taken hold of Oat that everything Iu Ixlv 7 ID Ivll 2 Ixll G 38 And they all wept sore und tell on 1aulH neck und kissed him iorrowlntr most of all for the words which he spoke that they should see his face no more lu this world of cunnpcH stud separa tions when tutu best of friend stud the dearest of our loved OUCH are often culled away from us there comfort In Hiich words us Thou 0 Lord re iimlncMt forever Lam v 10 Ileb 11 lIe hath said I will never leave thou nor forsake thee Ileb xlll 5 Deut xixl 8 WIilln Iaul had to leave them the Lord Jesus would abide und Ills Holy SIIlrit HU word and all that they had received t was from Him by His Spirit through Ills word It Is our privilege to walk with God but wo are so weak that wo rejoicettarm man on n A Sweet llrcntli Is n nevor failing sign of a healthy Htomach Whoa the breath m bad tho Btoiunch Is out of order There ia no roiuwly in the world equal to Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure for curing iudi gowtiou dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary P Crick of Whito Plains Ky writeRIII have loon dyspeptic for years tried all kimUofremixlioHbutcontinuedtogrovr worse JJy tho nee of Kodol I began to improvo at once and after taking few bottles am fully restored in weight health stud strength and can eat what ever I Ilk Kodol digiatH what you oat and snakes tho btomach sweet For Halo by East End Drug Co A STUDY IN SCAUtET By A CONAN DOYLE PART ONE nciny u rf rint from the rcminhcrncea of John JI WIiIMOIi M J late of the anny fllIlinlilirIHlrtllltnt1 oxtrnilp loan and furretllku nil over was Htniiillng by tho doorway nod greeted my companion nut myitolf This case will make n stir sir ho nimarked It boaU anythhiK I have souls and I Rill no chicken Tlioro U no clew said Oregnon Nona nt nil chalet in Lentrndo Sherlock llobulesapproachedlimnbody and knetilliiK down uxaiiilnud It Intent ly You are sure that there lu no wound ho asked pointing to numeronn gouts stud plashes of blood which Iay nil around IOTitlvel cried lioth detectives Thui of course thin blood belong to n Fucoml Individual prcnumnbly tho mnrdercr if murder line IHJCII wimiult ted It nimlndKiiioof the clrcunutaiict nttuidnnt on tho death of Van Jansen in Utrucht in thus your aj Do you re munilKir the cane Gregiton No Mr Head It up you really ahonld There U nothing now under thin sun It Las nil been ilano before Ss ho spoke hU nimble flngon were Hying hurts there nnd feel lug prtWHlng unbuttoning examining while hits eyes woru the natno faraway oxpretuilon which I havu already nimark till upon So swiftly was the oxamina lions made that outs would hardly have guessed tho mlnutemwN with which it wax conducted Finally ho MiifTcd tho dead mans lips and thou glnnce at tho noles of hilt patent leather loots Hu hM slot been moved at nil ho nckcdNo moro than was necessary for tho purpoHO of our examination Yet can take him to the mortuary nowho smid There nothing moro to IK learned Oregfton had stretcher and four miseis nt haul At hits call they entered tho room nnd the stranger was lifted and carries l out As thuy raised him A ring llnkliil down nnd rolled across tho floor Ltwtrade grabbed it and stared nt it with 1IIltll1tlllooll ThcitiV lxM ii woman hero ho cried Its woman wedding ring Ho hold It out nil ho upoko upon tho Palo of Ids limed We nil gathered around him and gazed at It Thou could bu no doubt that that circle of plait gold sad once adorned tho finger of n bridu Thin complicates mat tern said Oregson leaven knows they wcro ccinpllcatnd nough buforo- lYouru sun it ilownt simplify thom observed holiness ThoroH nothing to bo learned by staring nt it What did you find In ifs pockets Vo have It all hurtsaid aregron pointing to litter of objects upon ono of the iKittom stops of the stairs A gold watch No 1710 by Uarraud of London gold Albert chain very heavya- mid solid gold ring with Mnsonio do vice gold pin bulldogs bond with rubies an cyus Knxsian leather cnrdcase with cards of Enoch Urobbor of Cleveland corresponding with tho E J upon tho linen no pun o but loose money to tho extent of J7 131 pocket editions of Iloornccio Docatucron with of Joseph Staiigenou upon the fly leaf two butters out addressed to- E J Drubbar nnd cue to Joseph Star gcrson At what address American Exchango Strand to be left till called for They are both from tho Union Steamship company and ru fer to tho sniping of their boats from Liverpool It it clear that this unfortu slate Ulan WOK about to return to Now York have you rondo any Inquiries as to this man Stangersou I did it At onco sir said Qrcgson I havo had advurtlsmiiontu set to nil tho newspapers amid one of my men has Mono to the American Exchange but ho has not returned yet have you sent to Cleveland Wo tolographod this morning How did you word your inquiries Wo simply dctixllnd tho circuits itancas mid said that wo should bo glad of any Information which could help us You did not ask for particulars ou any point which appeared to you to bo crucial I asked about Stangcrsou Nothing else Is there no circum stance on which this wholo case ap pears to hinge Will you not telegraph again I have salt all I have to say said Urcgson Inlnn oflondod voice Sherlock Holmes chuckled to himself awl nppcarcd to bo about to make somo remark whnn Lostrado who had been lu the trout room while wo were hold ing this conversation in tho hall reap geared upon tho scow rubbing his hands in n pompous and self satiiflod manner Mr Grogsoii ho said I have just made a discovery of tho highest impor tuiae and ono which would have bOOn overlooked had I not made n careful examination of tho walls S Tho little mans eyes sparkled as ho spoke and hu was evidently In state of suppressed exultation at having scored a point against his colleague Come here ho said biiHtllng hack lute the room the atmosphere of which felt cleaner since tliu removal of its ghastly inmate Now Maud thorn Ho struck n match on his loot and held It up against tho wall Look at that ho said triumphantly I have remarked that tho paper hUll fallen away in parts In this particu bar corner of thn room a large plccu lend pooled off leaving a yellow nquaru of coarse plastering Across this bare space there was scrawled in blood red letters n alnglu word Itachu What do you think of that cried tho detective with tho air of showman exhibiting ids show This was over looked because it was In tho darkest corner of thu roost and no out thought of looking there Time murderer has written it with his or bur own blood See this smear where it has trickled down the wall That deposes of tho Idea of suicide anyhow Why was that corner choMon to write it 0111 I will tell you Boo that candle on tho mantel piece It was lit nt thu time and if it was lit this corner would bo tho bright out instead of tho darkest portion of the wall And what dons it mean now that you have found It asked Qrcgson in n deprecatory voice toast Why it means that the writer was going to put the fomalo name Ra chub but WWI disturbed before hu or she hUll time to finish You mark my words when this case comes to bo cleared up you will find that a woman named Ha chel has Momothlug to do with it Its all very well for you to laughs Mr Sherlock Holmes You may bo very smart and clever but the old hound Is tho best whets nil is said and dona I really beg your pardon said my companion who hod ruffled tho little slams temper by bursting Into nn explo sion of laughter You certainly Juno the credit of being tho tint of us to find this out and M you say it bears every mark of having been written by tho other participant in last nights mystery I havu not hind time to examine thlll room yet but with your permission I shall do so Slow As ho spoke ho whipped a tape meas ure and n large round magnifying glass from hits pocket With these imple meats ho trotted noiselessly about tho room sometimes stopping occasionally kneeling and once lying flat upon his faces So engrossed was ho with his occupation that ho appeared to have forgotten our presence for ho chattered away to himself under hli breath tho wholo time keeping up n running fire of exclamations groans whistles add little cries suggostlvn of encouragement and of hope As I watched hit I was irresistibly reminded of a pure blooded well trained foxhound ns It dashes back ward and forward through tho covert whining in its eagcrnesn until it comes across the lost scent For 20 minutes or snore ho continued his researches meas tiring with the most exact care tho dislike between marks which wero en tirely Invisible to mo and occasionally applying his tape to tho walls in an equally incompruhcnsiblo manner In 0110 paid ho gathered very carefully a little pile of gray dust from the floor and packed It away in nn envelope Finally ho examined with Ids glass tho word upon tho wall going over every letter of it with tho must minute ex actness This done ho appeared to be satisfied for he replaced his tape and his glaiw In his pocket They say that genius is an Infinite capacity for taking pains ho remark ed with n Hiuilo Its a very bad shaft mutton but it dOCK apply to detective work Qregsou and Lestrado had watched the maneuvers of their amateur com panion with considerable curiosity and Polite contempt They evidently failed to appreciate tho fact which I had begun to realize that Sherlock Holmes smallest actions wore all directed to ward sonic definite and practical end What do you think of it sir they both asked It would be robbing you of the credit of tho casts If I was to presume to help you remarked my friend You nro doing so well now that it would bo a pity for any ono to interfere There was world of sarcasm in his voice as ho spoke If you will let mo know how your investigations go ho con tinued I sisal be happy to give you any help I can In the mcantitna 1 should like to speak to thu constable who found the body Con you give mo his narno and address Lostrado glanced at his notebook John Haziest ho said He is off duty now You will find him at 40 Audley court Kounlngtou Park Gate Holmes took a note of the address Como along doctor hosald We shall go and look him up Ill toll you ono thing which may holp you in tho case ho continued turning to the two detectives Thcro has been murder done and the murdorer was a titan Ho was moro than 0 feet high was in tho prime of life had small feet for his height worq coarse square toed boots and smoked a Trichinopoly cigar lie 01110 hero with Ids victim in a four wheeled cab which was drawn by a horse with three old shoes and one now ono ouhis off fore log in all probability tho murderer had a florid face and tho finger nails of his right hand were remarkably long These are only a fow indications but they may assist you Lentrado and Grogsou glanced nt each other with au incredulous smile If this man was murdered how was it done kothoformor Poison said Sherlock Holmes curt ly and strode off One other thing Lestrado ho added turning around at tho door Rache is the German for revenge so dont pose your time look lug for Miss Rachel With which Parthian shot ho walked away leaving the two rivals open mouthed bohiudlriiu l j CHAPTER IV It was oclock when wo loft 3 Lau rlston Gardens Sherlock Holmofl lest me to tho nearest telegraph oflice whence ho dispatched a long telegram Ho then untied a cab and ordered tho driver to take us to tho address given us by Le stradoThero is nothing like first hand evi deuce hu remarked As n matter of fact my mind is entirely Main up on the caxp but still wo may as well learn all that is to Im learned You amazu me Holmes said L Surely you nro not ns sure ns you pro tend to hoof nil those particulars which you gaveTheres no room for mistake ho answered The very first tiling which I observed on arriving there was that a cab hUll mado two ruts with its wheels close to tho curb Now up to last night wo hind no rain for n week no that those wheels which left such a deep impres slots must have been there during the night Thero were tho smirks of the horses hoofs twtho outline of ono of which was far moro clearly cut that that of tho other three showing tint that was n new shoe Since the cab was there sifter tho rain began and was not there at anytime during tho morning I have Gregson word for thatIt fol lows that it must havo been thero slur fug tho night nnd therefore that it brought thoso two individuals to tho hueThat seems simple enough said but how about tho other mans height Why thin height of n man In nine cases out of ton CUll be told from tho length of his strides It is a simple cal culatlon enough though there is no use my boring you with figures head tubs follows stride both on tho clay outside nud on tho dust within Then had n way of checking my calculation When man writes on a wall Ids instinct loads him to write about tho level of its own eyes Now that writing was just over six feet froth tho ground It way child play And his ago I asked Well if a man can stride 4J feet without tho slightest effort ho cant bo Quito in tho sere and yellow That was tho breadth of a puddle on tho garden walk which ho had evidently walked across Patent leather boots had gone around milt square tons trod hopped over There is no mystery about it at nIL I am simply applying to ordinary life a fow of thoso precepts of observa tion amid deduction which I advocated in that article Is there nnythlng else that puzzles you Tho linger nails and tho Trichinop oly I suggested Tho writing on tho wall was done with n mans forefinger dipped in blood My glass allowed mo to observe that the plaster was slightly scratched in doing it which would not Imam been tho caso if till mans nail had booms trimmed I gathered up some scattered ash from tho floor It was dark in color ant flaky such an ash as is only mado by a Trichinopoly I havo mndo n study of cigar ashes in fact I have written n monograph upon tho subject I flat tor myself that I can distinguish at a glance till tali of amy known brand either of cigar or of tobacco It Is just- In such details that the skilled detective differs from tho Gregson and Lestrado typo And tho florid face I asked Ah tint was a moro daring ss hot thought have no doubt that I was right You must not ask mo that at tho pres cut state of tho affair I passed my hand over my brow My lead is in n whirl I remarked Tho more ouo thinks of it tho store mysterious it grows How cause these two monit there wore two men into an empty house What has bocomo of tho cabman who drove thorn How could ono man compel another to take poison Whore did tho blood conic from What was tho object of tho murderer since robbery had no part in it How cane tho womans ring there Above all why should the second nine write up tho Gorman word Radio before decamp ing I confess I cannot see any possible way of reconciling all these facts My companion smiled approvingly Yon sum up the difficulties of tho situation succinctly and well ho said There is much that is still obscure though I have quite ante np my mind on tho main facts As to poor Lcstraelos discovery it was simply n blind intend ed to put tho police upon a wrong track by suggesting socialism and secret so cieties It was not done by n German Thu a if you noticed was printed somewhat after tho German fashion Now A real Gorman invariably prints in tho Latin character so that wo may safely say that this was not written by one but by a clumsy imitator who overdid his part It was simply n ruse to divot inquiry into n wrong channel Im not going to toll you much moro of the case doctor You know n conjuror gets no credit whets ouco ho has cxplnjn od his trick and if I show you too much of my method of working you will conio to tho conclusion that I am a very or dinary individual after all I shall never do that I answered You have brought detection as near an exact science as it will over bo brought in this world My companion flushed up with pleas ure at my words and tho earnest way in which I uttered them I had already observed that ho was sonslti voto flattery on tho scoro of his art ns any girl could bo of her beauty Ill toll yon ono other thing ho said Patent leathers and square toes carne In tho same cab and they walked down tho pathway together ns friendly ns possible arm innrm in nil probabil ity When they got inside they walked np and down tho room or rather patent loathers stood still while square toes walked up mid down I could read all that in tho dust and I could road that as ho walked ho grow more and moro excited That is shown by tho increased length of his strides Ho was talking nil tho while and working himself up no doubt mute a fury Then tho tragedy occurred Ive told you all I know my self now for tho rest is more surmise njid conjecture Wo have n good work lug basis however on which to start Wo must hurry up for I want to go to lanes concert to hoar Norman Nerudn this afternoon This conversation hind occurred while our cab had been threading its way through long succession of dingy streets and dreary byways In the dingiest tout dreariest of them our driver suddenly camo to a status Thats pointIngcolored brick Youll find mo hero whets you como back Andloy court was not nn attractive lo cality The narrow passage led na into a quadrangle paved with flags mid lined by sordid dwellings Wo picked our way nmong groups of dirty children and through lines of discolored linen until we came to 41 tho door of which was decorated with n small slip of bras on which tho name Hanco was engraved On inquiry wo found that tho constable was in led amid wo woo shown into little front parlor to await ids coming Ho appeared presently looking n lit tlo irritable nt being disturbed in his slumbers I mndo my report at tho oil co ho said Holmes took n half sovereign from his pesusivolyWehear it nil from your own lips he said I shall ho sliest happy to toll you anything I cat tho constable answer ed with his eyes upon tho little golden disk lust let ns hear it all in your way ns It occurred Itanco sat down on tho horsehair sofa and knitted his brows ns though do termined tint to omit anything in his narrativeIll it yo from tho bogltmin ho said My time is from 10 At night to in tho mornin At 11 there was a fight at thin White Hart but bar that nil was quiet enough on tho beat At oclock it began to rain and I met Harry Mnrchtr him who has tho Hal laud grove boat mad wo stool together at tho comer of Henrietta street ntnlkin Presently maybe about 2 or n little nft cr I thought I would tako n look nround amid seo that nil was right down tho Orixton road It was precious dirty and lonely Not n soul did I sleet all tho way down though n cab or two went past me I was nstrolliu Iowa thlukin between ourselves how uncommon handy a four of hot gum would when sud yoluthem two houses in Lanriston gardens was empty on account of him that owns thorn who wont Imo tho drain seed to though tho very last tenant that lived in ono of them died o typhoid fever I was knocked nil in a heap therefore at stein a light in tho window nnd I sus pected ns somethin was wrong When I got to tho door You stopped nnd thou walked back to tho garden gate my companion in terrupted What did you do that for Rauco gave a violent jump and stared at Sherlock Holmes with tho utmost amazement upon his features Why thats true sir ho said thought how you como to know it heav en only knows Yo see when I got to tho door it was so still and so lonesome that I thought Id bo none tho worso for some ono with nia I aint afeard of allY thin on this side o tho grave but I thought that maybo it was him that died o tho typhoid inspcctin tho drains what killed him Time thought Mare mo a kind o turn and I walked back to ato to coo if I could see Murchers lantern but there wasnt no sign of him nor of any ono else Thero was no ouo in tho street Not a liviu soul sir nor so much ns n dog Then I pulled myself together nud went hack And pushed tho door open All was quiet inside so I went into tho room whore tho light was aburnin There was a candle flickerin on the mantelpiece a ril wax ono and by Its light saw Yes know all that you saw You walked around tho room several times and you knelt down by the body stud then you walked through and tried tho kitchen door nud thou John Rnnco sprang to his foot with n frightened face amid suspicion in his oyes Where was you hid to see all that ho cried It seems to mo that you knows n deal moro than you should It Relates laughed and threw his ward across tho table to the constable Dont got arresting me for tho murder ho said I am ouo of tho hounds and not tho wolf Mr Gregson or Mr Lestrado will answer for that Go on thought What did you do next Rnuco resumed his seat without hOv over losing his mystified expression I wont back to tho gate nUll sounded my whistle That brought Marcher and two moro to till spot Was tho street empty then Well it was as far ns anybody that could bo of any good goes What do you moan Tho constnblos features broadened Into n grin Ive seen many n drunk chap in my timo ho said but never any ono so cryin drunk ns that cove Ho was at the gate whoa I camo out nleniiin up ngin the rnilius nnd asingin nt tho pitch of his lungs about Colum binos now fnnglod banner or somo such stuff Ho couldnt stand far less help What sort of mnii wns h01 asKed Sherlock Holmes John Rnnco appeared to bo somewhat irritated at this digression Ho was an uncommon drunk sort o man ho said Hod ha found bissolf in tho stations if wo hadnt been so took up His taco his dross Didnt you notice them Holmes broke in impatient ly I should think I did notice thorn seeing that I had to prop him up mo and Marcher between us Ho wns long chap with n rod face tho lower part Illumed round That will dol oriel Holmos What became of him Wed enough to do without lookin after him taw policeman said in nn aggrieved voice Ill wager bo found his way homo nil right now was ho dressed A brown overcoat Unit he n whip in his hand A whipnoI- fo must have loft It behind mute tered my companion You didnt hap pen to see or hoar a cab after that No Theres n half sovereign for you my companion said standing up amid taking his hat I am afraid fiance forcoins gained your sergeants stripes last night Tho man whom you held in your hands is tho man who holds tho clow of this mystery and whom wo are seeking There is no nso of arguing nbont it now I toll you that it is so Conic along started ofT for tho cab together leaving our informant incredulous but obviously uncomfortable Thin blundering fooll Holmes wild bitterly as wo drove back to our lodg tags Just to think of his having such an Incomparable bit of good luck and not taking ndvnntngo of it I am rather in tho dark Rtlll It is truo that the description of this stints tal partyIIIcomo back to tho house after leaving it That is not the way of criminals TO DE comrvaDI At One Half the Cost Lion 1 Coffe- eI has better strength and flavor than many so culled fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price Is not to be com pared with LIon In quality In I lb all tight sealed packages 11 CanvasserWanted to sell PRINTERS INK a journal for advertisers published weekly at five dollars a year It teaches tho science and practice of Advertising and is esteemed by the most successful advertisers in this country and Great Britain Liberal c o m mission allowed Address PRINTERS INK 10 Spruce StNew York Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can spend a much or little u theychoose on Urine expends It payi to havo a little extra money tonlcct ems books and othcrtblngi But the necessary expenses are only u followi To pay the first day LAnira HALL HALL t4tEs N ea 60 pcnies Books etc about 2 00 2 U Icncrnl Deposit 00 00 Furnished Room nel 25 5 25 First Mouths Board 6 00 00 Living Rx i7 lsCuring the term IAUnrpcnt j jo Beginning 2d Mo Board 5 00 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 5 00 00 2SM 2800 Genl Deposit returned 100 00 Total Expense I Weeks 27 00 27 00 For those beloWA Grammar deduct the 12 for books and II from incidental tee making the otal only M34se When four girls room together each saves 12 or more on room and fuel making the total only 83SO If classed below A Grammar Room and heel cost one dollar more tn the winter term two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc ran usually be rented for from SI to f6 a term The price of n big calf n little tanbark or a few tone ipan bedcover will given term of school which will chance onea whole life for the better seasoirable reasonable orce WeakHearts Are due to Indigestion Nlnetynlna of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indlgesliononlytraceablegestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased stomachtroublewith It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about tour months and U cured mu Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure r Bottles only SI 00 SIll holdlnt 2K times the trial sue which sells for SOc Prp rd by E O DWITT ft CO CHICAGO r TTHECITIZEN II N llOCAL AND PERSONAL I n NNNN INNN111N NNNNNN Burret Fee goes to his homo iu In ilinna this week James Todd of Paint Lick sold line beef to M B Ramsey for SIiO75 The editor has been call 00 to James- townt 0 by the illness of his fath- erl Miss Lillie Butner of Wildie visit her cousin Miss Ella Chasteen r Iy Dr and Mrs Davis were in Rich mend on business Thursday also W I S PorterC has boon in Williarasbtirg the past week in the interest of his IuUSlUessMiss Ethel Richardson is spending t two weeks visiting with relatives at Wildie Mrs Hill of Williamsburg Ky vis ited Mrs Brannaman from Friday until Monday Miss Sarah Lawson who has been f 5visiting her sister at Ford has return ed home Miss Jennie Hanson is home from Williamsburg where she has been teaching J H Ovorley leaves April 15 for Powels Valley Indian Territory to select a now home W R Gabbards family leaves this M eek for Mansfield Ill whore Mr Gabbard has secured work Miss Nourse returned Saturday after a two months rest at Ashvillo North Carolina and Cincinnati Ohio E B Arthur leaves for Baton Rouge Louisiana this week to superintend a brickyard at that place The baseball season here will be t opened by a game between Cincinnati i University and Berea College Apr 11 Pres Frost will preach in Dr Ken nedys church at Pittsburg Pa on April 5 He starts for New York on FridayMrs T A Hoskins and daughters returned to her home in Magoflin Co She carries the good wishes of many friendsPres and Mrs Frost entertained at dinner on Saturday night Rev and Mrs Derthick Prof and Mrs Dins more with Dr Loos Bert Coddington and Norman Frost spent aeveral days fishing at Scaffold Cane Mr Coddingtou caught a fish measuring 17 inches Dan Breck of Richmond spent a day here last week in the interest of his company The Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co located at Springfield Mass Rev and Mrs M K Pasco visited this week at Corbin and Williamsburg I Rev Pasco preached the dedicatory I sermon at the dedication of the Con gregational Church atCorbin t Mrs Packard of Williamsburg Ky spent a three days visit with Miss Andrew Mrs Packard has lean associated for eighteen years with the Academy at Williamsburg t John Burdotte leaves today for Lexington where he has closed a contract to pitch for Kentucky University during the coming season An extensive tour through the North is plannedAs general thing the citizens are engaging pasture for their cattle so that we are not likely to be plagued as usual by hungry cows waiting to slip through every gate and testing the strength of every fence Last Thursday evening W C Gamble assisted in singing Rev Ter hune of Lebanon Ky who is con ducting revival services with Rev W A Eisenhartat the Second Presbyter ian church in Richmond- NNINNNIMNNIINMIINNNN ICORRESPONDENCE MINNNINNNNNNNMN111 NIIINN Free trips to St Louis Worlds Fair will be given to 120 of Kentuckys most popular school teachers by the Kentucky Exhibit Association Details will be made public next week The souvenir buttons are going fast The spring term shows a remarka bly fine attendance in all departments 1ofthe school More new students coming in than usual A number who were kept at home by the high water and other obstacles are just getting hero and registering for the spring term PERRY COUNTY DWARF Smallpox is raging in Hazard Robert Owens is at Elpaso Tex for his health which is much betterM- H Holliday a student of Bores visit ed homo recentlyThe churchhouso here is completodH 0 Combs is yJt== =r fII r j now in Louisville in care of the best physicians Hachel Owens has ben visiting at the homo of Mr E H Holliday Robert Uolliday visited it Dwarf last Sunday Joe and Ben Richie were recent visitors heroO areawheeling out poplar logs- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Bolandies from which ho is rapidly recover iugG L Wren and DL DL Sims of Boone were hero Wednesday Charles Inman passed horn Wednes day hotly pursued by a posse from Laurel county and was caught at Crab OrchardJ S Gadd recently of Richmond has returned to his farm near here We are glad to have Mr Gadd and his family with us agau Tho entertainment at the closing of Miss Mamie Jones school was interesting and enjoyed by all present We are glad to see W S Beldon putting in his best time here loading staves lumber and setting up tele phone poles George Ketron from Scaffold Cane was here Saturday The drill which has been in the well for about 2 weeks by reason of rope having broken was pulled out Satur day evening and is now ready for workV B Sigmou is making im provements on his dwelling It D Cook Jr sold a horse to J Brodas Mrs R D Cook Sr wont to Bu rea Sunday attended by her son Bob Mrs Climer who has been visiting friends here returned to her homo in Berea Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY GAB BARD Farmers are sowing theirotsW Gabbard has moved to this place from Madison county Mr and Mrs John M Heltons baby died last Friday night Irvine Huff of Leslie county was here Thursday and I ridny He had been down the river on timber Henry C Gabbard Sr was very ill a few days last weekThos L Gab bard of Booneville was here Wednesday electioneering He Is a candidate or county court clerkr Patrick the drummer from Jackson Ky was here last weekMr and Sire W 0 Gabbards little child is sick at this writing MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW Mr Million lost his baby girl this week of fever Two of the older chil dren are also sickUnder the care of Dr Bailey little Mark Turkey has nearlv recovered from the everB Davidson of Blue Lick paid our town a visit on his way to Hamilton OJ W Masters of Richmond was here on business this weekThe family of C M Gems is sick with the grip also Mrs Hill of Million their daughter who is visiting themOue case of smallpox here this week which is now quarantined Mrs N H Pur key is on the sick list this week WALLACETON Mary Botkins has the mumps Mrs Ike Guiuu entertained a number of her lady friends last Thursday Howard Baker came over from Liv iugston and spent Saturday night with his parents Mr and Mrs W O Anderson visited the formers par outs Sunday Rev Noel preachedat the Baptist church Sunday and that night Mary Gabbard was the guest of Addle Baker Sunday nightTom Clark and family are moving to Berea this weekJohu Anderson and fami ly moved to Richmond last week Ed West and family of Silver Creek have come to Wallaceton to IheA Lawson was the guest of Lucy and Sallie Cade Sunday night FUN AND FACTS Why Johnny Why is your face always dirty said Mrs Wilson to her little son Well I tant help it cause I am so near the ground but when I got long like you well den I tan be cloau Ellen Anderson You can got the highest CASH price for your poultry and eggs at J H Neffs opposite Joes Richmond When is a sailor like a beach When he is ashore T A Robinsons trade in spectacles and glasses is increasing all the time His perfect method of fitting the ayes and his fair and liberal treatment of customers account for it Main St Richmond Ky An Original Remedy Pat Bedadl Its confusin the way the strates are unnoombered MikeYes thoy might at haste put signs up sayin what street it aint Angle Wood has an elegant line of new millinery over Coyles store I f 44 Ho stolo a kiss Now that criic she Ill have you understand Is really petit larceny Its not said ho Its grand Wnntril- A man of wide acquaintance and good address to represent in Borer one of the oldest best and cheapest accident and health insurance corn panics in existence Five hundred dollars 500 In case of death six dollars per week in case of accidoat six dollars per week in caso ofsick ness The combined post is only two dollars 2 per year No assessments orduos also perfect identification free Big commission Write at onco to- W E Smith State agent Hi East Main street Lexington Ky Agents making twentyfive dollars weekly Mamma queried small Edith who was looking at the picture of au angol how do the angels got their gowns ou over their wings Mrs A T Fish will hold her spring opening of millinery on Friday and Saturday April 10 and 11 Tho latest New York styles will IK shown Many put zero into the collection and then complain that the church if coldStrength anti vigor como of good food duly digested Force a ready tosorvo wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigoratesIf a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and do sire a position you should at once en roll with the Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wideawake teachers agency iu the West Dont put it oil Writo immediately to BINKLGV k BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is a graduate of Bores College was lor seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known heroED Call andexamine my beautiful assortment of trimmed hats over Coy les store sOlE WOOD lo Nolle U Srnnl Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that DeWitts Hazel Salve is the only salve on the market that is made from the pure unadulterated witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of piles that would not yield to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counter feits Those persons who get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve are never disappointed because it cures For sale by East End Drug Co Trjmmed hats from SI to STi over Coylea store loud for Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because does not pass immediatelyinto the stomach but takes effect right at tho seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues For sale by East End Drug Co ouoThe great OakEasel sent by Strauss Bros of Chicago containing 500 samples for mens fine tailormade suits can now bo seen at thin store of J J Branaman See display Clad in another column Walki Without Crutches I was much alllictod with sciatica writes Ed C Nud lowaville Sedg wick Co Kans going about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was induced to try Ballards Snow Liniment which relieved me I used three oOc bottles It is the greatest liniment Iever used j have recommended it to a number of persons all express themselves an being benefltted by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on thin farm1 25c Wo and 100 at East End Drug Cos Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer llerltlne Cures Foyer and Ague A Dose will usually stop a chill a continuance always cures Mrs Wm M Stroud Midloth ian Texas May 31 1899 writes We have used Herbine in our family for light years and found it the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe billions lever andmalaria 0c at EsT END DKUO Cos J PJI1i L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Stre- etSTANDARD Rotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine TANDAkn ream WILL FIONT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONB BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing nuchlnratlitt retail from fIJOO up The Standard Kotary run a tllrnl ai the Uk of a watch Males 300 stitches while other machine make RO to our town trainer or If there la M dealer in your too address THe Standard Sowing Machlae Co 21 West First Cincinnati O S E Welch Jr Local Agent u REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secure a market for homespun and honw woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlids f 40 to ro- conts a DrossLinsoy ro cents yardBlankets pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2I yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes- Anywoman who wants to sellcover 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 Bores Ky Without Harness The best horse in the world is of little use With well made perfect fitting harness on he becomes both useful and ornamental If style is desired our SID BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It is light handsome and very durable If strength is the main considers tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will moot all requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was all iron T J Moberly Richmond Ky WE ARE BETTER PREPARED u n THAN EVER TO Repair or faint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C F HIG01NS Prop t IUALITY EEN Tho KiimoiiN Shoes for Women Oxfords 250 300Shoes They Pit Wear and Look WELL RICE ARNOLD Solo Agents for Madison County Main St Richmond Ky conslipaliouTheres Than Little Early Risers time pillsThey a euro smith save doctor bills Little Early Misers am different from all other pills They do not weaken time Hytttum but act IIH a tonic to the tissues hyaroiiHiiig the wore tious and restoring the liver to the lull performance of its functions naturally For sale by East End Drug Co THE SIGN OF I GOOD TAILORING Here is the great Oak Easel now on display at our store It contains the line of beautiful new spring tailoring simples sent us by STRAUSS BROS Chicago Good Tailors for 26 Year The OakEasel is the connecting link between the tailor and the faultlessly tin ished garments which give you so much pleasure to wear Its really a lesson in good clothes buying to sec this great collection of tailoring novelties Prlco low and acvllifao lion absolutely gvnvr steal Cell soonf J J BRANNAMAN Agtnt Berea Kentucky Sewing Wanted Wo are prepared to do mill kinds of Sewing at reasonable terms For particulars enquire of Misses Myrtle or Joe mewls Berea Why pay HO to ICO IHr cent above factory price win n you can get the Famous Regal Shoe for ITi per cent slave time factory price W A WILLIAMS Agent for Regal Shoes llrnnly and Slrvmtli Are desirable You art strong smith vigorous when your blood is pure Many nay most woniun fail to properly digest their rood mill BO lea como plallow thin anil weak whilo the brightness frralnifsN and beauty of tint skin timid complexion depart Kemedy this unpleasant toil by eating nourishing tint amid taking it small dose of Hurbino after each mural to digest what you hiivo eaten fiOc lit BAST Esu Diuui Gs West End Meat Market For Fresh Meats Salt Meets Sliced limn Latd Sausage Vegeta hilts etc Highest price for Country Prod u co R H ROYSTON hare II lIlII Ilk knrll A Estl LOUISVilLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect Now 16 1102 molar Sol LUIIVH Train 4 lUlly homeslm 21 n in Arrive Kichmond H2 H in Arrive Paris r Ol n in Arrive Cincinnnti- Cliilue 7 IWu in North Train llally Leave BereuI1 JW H in Arrive IRichuloud1210 n in Arrive Varis 818 Arrive Cincinnati 001 pmil InliiK South Trnln Ihlly Leave Bores 122 p m Arrive Livingston2 18 p in lining Sinilli TraIn lUlljr Leave IJerea 11 f1U p in Arrive Livingston12 W 1111 Trains No and No li make con nectiol tou for Jellico suitt- ime South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent Srtl III I UKl llnal Mrs Mary A Vliet NnwcANtta Colo writes Iwlievo Milliards Horehouud Syrup in superior to sty other tough medicine and will do mill that in claimed for it nod it in so pleasant to take My little girl wants to take it when she hiss no neud for it lint lards Horehound Syrup is tile grunt lure for pulmonary ailments lifto rOc mind IOO at Bust Bnd Drug COH on forGroceriesVegetables Fruits PRESTON CO and Candies Main Street Bores Ky Oum n u Richmond e = = GreenhousesRichmondKy LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO 188 Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop u uu J J 13tCall1lal11all Wellselected stock oflGroceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry Paint Old Berea Red or any other color with HAMMARBralld PAINT 1 Bought of the EAST END DRUG CO They guarantee it may