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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Gamble Will a x JAMES M Independent Weekly Devoted to the Editor and Interests RACERCAn ofVDOME FARM SCHOOLKntirtft at the rottofflet at elnu 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 0 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 42 IDEAS i ldMiit temper olli tint wheels ol life Which grate liarnlily In the lit of strife To hold OIIOH head up hnlpH to keo p OIIOH heart up- 0crmanFrowerhsnynAA mothori M love M now every day The pain of danger m the priro or safely FROM THE WIDE WORLD A cablegram nnnounceH that the niltiationiin San to Domingo m oxlreino ly dangerous A thousand ran worn killed or woundixl in n hattln botwoon Bulgari nn bands mid Turkish troops Tho Gorman moat law hen goiio in to effect Importers to Germany will endeavor to euro Ixyjf without borax and to comply with mho German law Orders were sort out from Komi forbidding Roman Catholic priests to olliciuto at rely wedding in which out of tho contracting parties a non CttthoUc Tho Mnmloniun Committee report that a bund of thirtyonn revolution Ists and nil tho inhabitants of n village in which tho band hind taken refuge wens massicred by Turkish troops The troops also lost heavily Tho fetndentH of Spain joiiuxl by tho x pulacu in many place art heading n movement to overthrow the monarchy and oitabiih n republic Already several clashes with tint polict have resulted in many lOlug killwl and wounded Experiments havo hem givon at Alexandria palace of tho apparatus of transmission mud reception of sign aU and speech through tho ground without the IIHO of win Tho value of thiwfl tenth for practical warfare in great IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Klwnezer Hutterick of tissue pnpor drown pattern fame in dead Alabama Republicans will support President Roosevelt for renomination In 11XX time United States spent WHH57 ll9 for schools nUll JlTO 000000 for churches anti clarity Gunncraof tho battleship Indiana broke tho worlds roconl by making twelve hitH out of twelve shots with a thirteen inch gun at a tango of five miles While protests from prominent politicians continuo to reach time President the 1osloHico invcstiga lion still continues For tho present tho ollicials refiiHO to make public lien results President Roosevelt left Washing ton April on his Western trip of nbout 11000 miles Tho President will keep in direct touch with affairs of slate by telegraphic communication over a private wire Ho expects to return to his Washington home Juno I President Jos F Smith head of tho Mormon Church and who claims to bo the mouthpiece of God in a speech to 15000 Mormons at Salt Lake Utah Saturday prophesied an early financial panic and warned his followers to bo prepared for it Bishop Spaulding of Peoria III member of tho Anthracite Striko Com mission favors cooperation and rec ognition of labor unions He con siders compulsory arbitration im practicable but thinks that commis sions for investigations will produce results COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY An earthquake was felt at llopkina vine April tt Gov Bockham will speak at Owens boro Monday afternoon Nino men wore hurt two fatally by sawmill explosion at Boulou Ivy The runs of oil from Knox county wells during March amounted to 8 07f barrels Seven now wells wore shot in Bath ounty and satisfactory results wero obtained from each well Considerable damage was dono by cyclonic storms throughout tho Blue igrass April The courthouse at was unroofed DrjF Li Rowland dropped dead in tho street at Salyersville Magollin county Saturday from hoar failure caused by undue excitement over a shooting affray THE GREAT NATURALIST JAMES SPEED The visit of Mr James Speed or Louisville was a rare treat to both students and teachers Mr Speed huts gained for himself national rep utation as n n naturalist His personality is most pleasing He has ac quired a groat fund of knowledge concerning plant mind animal life His bird lore is remarkable With it nil ho possesses the rare charm or simplicity unconsciousness of self tumid enthusiasm Mr Spool spent four days in Beroa speaking many times Ibis first talk was to tho mem hors of tho class in psychology He showed them how to olwervo by lilting tho most familiar objects As an II lustration ho asked tho class to draw the picture of a cows head putting tho horns mud oars in tho proper places It was remarkable how few could tell where a cows cars arein front above or behind her horns lie next asked tho claps to state what joint in the leg formed tho knee in the horse Not one in tho class was right nor know that a horse walked on Mil too nails life introductory talk at tho united chapel captured tho entire student body His wonderful imitations or animal anti bird voices were a stir pro and a delight After this there was no need of insisting upon attend fleet at his lectures Every student who could possibly sparo the timo was present and teachers as well Friday night ho gave an address to tho Faculty Club using the crayon to illustrate his nature study work Saturday night the lecture IIHed lIoRdRII largely attended Tin colored views illustrating this lecture wore of tho finest workmanship slow ing tho haunts of tho woodpecker and his friends in wood and field Every body is familiar with Red Head but many things wore told that tho ordinary observer would never think of Tho little fellow was given a personality that rondo him noom human and ovoiyono followed him through leis varied ex orieuco with tho great oat interest and was sorry at his trag ic fate There was only one criticism mado of Mr Speed and that was that Ida talks were too short Tho inter vela between lectures wore spent in excursions in and about Berea Mr SIHHH was onthus iastic over tho Hue natural scenery within a few miles of Borea having no idea that such en chanting views were in existence at a place so accessible Ho loft many warm friends and declared that ho would make Heron one of his regular visiting places Ho was deeply im pressed with tho greatness of the work and thoroughness with which it is being Bono Ho complimented the teachers on their splendid success in teaching nature study saying that ho had seldom found so much of accurate knowledge of the plant and ani mal world THE WORK OF THE LADIES AID SOCIETY For many years time friends of Be rca College have sent to the Institu tion barrels and boxes of halfworn clothing This clothing line been of great value in helping to keep students in school Some of it was not suitable for student wear After earnest ques tion as to time very boat use to which such articles could bo put tho W C T U women decided to organize some sort of sowing society and through this means try to supply bet ter clothing for tho needy families of tho neighborhood Thoy gladdened tho heart of many a child with warm and comfortable clothing In tho summer of lKl tho women who hind carried the bunions of tho society found they could no longer give time timo and strengths necessary to keop up the work The women of tho Aid Society of tho Union church took it up and sinco the now Parish Houso was completed Time Sowing has had bettor quarters than over boo fore This winter more than n hundred havo attended and tho interest lies kept up in spito of many days when tho weather was most uncom fortablo for any one who ventured out Time work is called The Industrial The Weekly Aid or The Sowing It moots every Wednesday afternoon from ono until four oclock It is so organized that each lino of work has its own tablewo find tho skirt ta ble underwearor table tailoring table stocking table etc How over some of tho departments havo grown so largo that a table willno longer dobut wo have tho quilt piecing cornornllli the carpet rag corner while the quilting frames that are always full have almost one end of tho large assembly room Each table or department is preadod ovo by some member of tho Aid Socie ty These members make the plans for the work of the tables and man Wednesdays they spend time wholi day in tho work because they must put in the forenoon planning for the afternoon Many of the member walk unties One woman has a jour ney of almost six miles and sir brings in her arms a baby that was two months old when she began to attend As no babies are allowed at tho Sowing this member brings a little daughter who cares for tho baby sister at tho house of a neighbor The afternoon begins with dove tional exercises which last a halt hour Often someone gifted in song who is visiting the College or some of the singers of the community como and sing for the members At half past one everybody begins to sew In unpacking the barrels of cloth ing whether they come directed to tho College or to Tho Industrial taro is taken to select all articles suitable for student use Those that peel making over or that are too worn to use all go to tho Aid Society wher tho busy hands mend make over or cut over all garments which will boo value after such work Those beyond wearing go into tho carpet rugs Workers who sew well work on the garments while those unablo to do much sowing and those who do not know how to sell at all are sont to tho carpet rag corner When they can sow carpet rags well they go to quiltsAll l garments aro piec ed and hung up for sale A hook account is kept with every member and once in two weeks each goes into select garments which will be her pay for her work The regular wigo five cents an hour for three hours is credited to each member unless she is lardy when sue loses an hours pay Tho articles aro so priced that each member may earn many garments inn winter and in addition to her work each one may mako cash purchases to the amount of one dollar With tho smallsums of monoy thus accumulat ed tho society buys now gingham and calico for aprons and childrens dresses and now outing cloth for underskirts Tho range of garments from which a member may select is very considerable because tho half worn garments of tho barrels consist of all kinds of clothingso often a whole family may be wholly or parti ally clothed Whilo all the members ore very glad indeed to have this moans of getting clothing tho social and educational features of this work are last but by no moans least It is n pleasure to have somewhere to go once a week where one meets her neighbors and friends One hears some fine music or listens to earnest helpful talk The general conversa tion is wholesome and while the woman who havo lived in and about Boron all their lives enjoy knowing those who have recently moved into the neighborhood the new corners gain a more hearty welcome because thoy become acquainted more rapidly with their neighbors Tho Aid Society givosa pleasant and profitable placein which to spend one day of the week DISTINGUISHED VISITORS Tho students of Baron College and a number of the citizens enjoyed a rare treat on Tuesday morning when they listened to addresses given by Rev and Mrs Moore of Nashville Tone Rev Moore is Field Secretary of the A M A while Mrs Moore holds the distinction of being one of tho original nine Fisk Jubilee Sing ors Rev Moore said God requires us to make n life not a living He gave a brief reviow of men of his own race and of the work they are doing for their own people Mrs Moore gave a brief history of the Jubilee Singers which gave her hearers an insight of the obstacles against which her race has risen She begged her people to preserve the Ne gro melodies Her hearers listened with great appreciation while she sang two melodies We look forward to the timo when they shall return to Bores WHERE ARE THE EYES that Bro perfect in structure and func tionNot one pair in a thousand are free from Infects somo kind Some are glaRFesItemporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES will correct defects A test will de cide what must be done It is made here free of cost Wo carry a large assortment of eyeglasses and spectacles and can fit sim plo cases immediately T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky t enabled I and t Headstones Statuary of a manner at sonable prices dispatch All work by FLORA Main M JONES c Over Wednesday to week- GARNET HOTEL Newly R G ENGLE THOMPSON AND- RESTAURANT Vegetables a Specialty Cream OPPOSITE 1011 I 1111111011 1 11 111 I I Read This Please It every man know all the our clothing wed thohelltposition as tho largest clothing in tllisrart of Kentucky enables us to to advantage the smallest possible value in Spring uits at V 6508 10 1250 15AUflFD particular the fit of clothes find special in our stock us Covington and Banks Rich Kentucky EVERYTHING WORN BY MAN OR i i M M I MiItMlMl ZIoI Io I F SUB FORCitizenFIFTY CENTS A YEAR NNNNSmNNNt Nt tSN NN N NN i NNNNtNM Ntt H N IforVT P Irwere to secure tho r thlinoprlUg las como nm comes UR i SqoesWeIngtI you aro not asked to pay Dress Goods Goodsand Ilargo profits to White IOurPercalessSuits made to Ribbons in endless Bought from order fit guar ptacodMattlngsantee dRugs c in the latonprices i LACKEY HAMILTONNNiNNsNsNN NNs NNNstNNsNNMtNs NNNsN Ns erMONUMENTS Urns Granite and Marble Work all kinds done in workmanlike rOil and with guar anteed GOLDEN RICHMOND Ky Corner of and Colllni Street DR E Dentistrce Office Printing office Office Days end of the Pittedup Moils Board and pricesSecond House Richmond Ky Prop A J GROCERY Fruits and Sole agent for Banner Bread IURDETTES MILL IM MIM M 11011 101111 facts about soil dealers buy great and profit Boat Mon about thoir will satisfaction great Try ond BOY iMMI IoIII NN cover losses direct NNLNNNNNII1N1N Madison County Roller Mills tIIIIllI r t Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour I Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i hard to beat N I PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour IPotts d IiII DersonIr Whites Station Ky N I INNN NNNN111N1N1N1N11MMNIN MININNNNI THEODORE JR REGISTERED NO 14223 I will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my homo in Boron Ky for tho spring season of 1903 at f0 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 tho best breeders in tho county and has served in tho herd of J W Herndon MAlISPAOlIONJ M EAR L YRp If Its From Joplins Its Good A full flue of FURNITURE always on hand Wo invite our Berea friends to make themselves at homo at JOlI INS when in Richmond CARPETS mid MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY NlgtPhonee47 66 JO Sa JOPLIN Richmond Ky i THE CITIZEN c A Lesson In Humility How Little Johnnie Got a Lot of False Pride Out of His System From tttttn From a Sri fade Iffr chant In IILSonby Oratye Horace Ijnrlmtr Ha jwrinfMlon tif Small Mav mini t Ox IuUUhert Itutton u p I never see one of these fellows swell lug around with their petty larceny pride that I dont think of a little ex perience of mine when I was a boy An old follow caught me lifting n water melon In his patch one afternoon not instead of culling me and letting me I had expected If I got caught led me home by the ear to my urn told her what had been up to ante Your grandma had been raised on old fashioned plan and she had neve- heard of these newfangled theories of reasoning gently with a child till It under lip begins to stick out and its eyes to with tears as It sees the ror of Its ways She fetched the tear- nil right but she did it with n trunk strap or a slipper And your grandma was n pretty substantial woman Noth lug of the tootsy wootsy about her foot and nothing of the airy fairy trifle about her slipper Whet she was through I knew that Id been licked polished right off to n pointand thou she sent me to my room and told me not to poke my nose out of it till could recite the Ten Commandments and the Sunday school lesson by hear There was n whole chapter of It an an Old Testament chapter at that but I laid right into it because I knew ma and supper was only two hours off I can repeat that chapter still forward and backward without missing a word or stoppMnc to catch my breath Every now and then old Doc Hoover used to come into the Sunday school room and scare the scholars Into fit by going around from class to clnll and asking questions That next Sun day foV the first time I was glad t see him happen in and I didnt try to escape nflnutlon when he worked around to our class For ten minutes Id been busting for him to ask me to recite a verse of the lesson and when he did I simply cut loose and recited the whole chapter and threw in the Ten Commandments for good measure It sort of dazed the Doc because he had come to me for information about the Old Testament before and wed never got much beyond And Ahab begat Jahab or words to that effect But when he got over the shock he made me stand right up before time whole school and do it again Patted me on the head and said I was an honor to my parents and an example tot my playmates I hind been looking down all the time feeling mighty proud and scared but nt that I couldnt help glancing up to see the other boys ndmlre me But the first person my eye lit on was your grandma standing in the back of the room where she had stopped for n mo meat on her way up to church and glaring at me in a mighty unpleasant way Tell em John she said right out loud before everybody There was no way to run for the elder had hold of my band and there was no place to hide though I reckon I could have crawled into n rat hole So to gain time I blurted out Tell cm what mam Tell em how you come to have yourI lesson so nice I learned to hate notoriety right then and there but I knew there was no switching her off on to the weather when she wanted to talk religion So I shut my eyes and let it come though it caught on my palate once or twice on the way Ollt- IIookro a watermelon mom There wasnt any need for further particulars with that crowd and thyIsimply howled Ma lei me up to our pew allowing that shed tend to me Monday for disgracing her In public tint way and she did That was n twelve grain dose with out any sugar coat but it sweat more cant and false pride out of my system than I could get back into it for the next twenty years I learned right there how to be humble which Is n heap more important than knowing how to be proud There are mighty few men that need any lessons In that tr She GOOD DRVMMER Ho Is the One Whose Letters Contain Chiefly Orden For Goods From Letters From a Self Made Mer chant In Ills Son lii George Horace Lnrlnur Dear Plerrepont Wuen I saw you start off yesterday I was Just n littleIuneasy for you looked so blamed portant nnd chesty that I am Inclined to think you will tell the first customer who says he doesnt like our sausage that he knows what he can do about it Repartee makes reading lively but business dull And what the l1ousoI needs is more orders Sausage Is the one subject of nilI others that n fellow In the packing business ought to treat solemnly IInlrI the people In the world take a Joke soIriously from the start and the other half if you repent it often enough Only last week the head of our IInuIsage department started to put out a tin tag brand of frankfurts but I made him take it off the market quick er than lightning because I knew that the first fool who saw the tin to would nk if that was the license And though people would grin n little n first theyd begin to look serious after awhile and whenever the butcher tried to sell them our brand theyd Im agine they heard the bark and ask Jo that real country sausage at twice as much n pound A real salesman Is one part talk nutI nine parts judgment and he uses the nine parts of judgment to tell when to use the one part of talk Good s aint sold under Marquess of Queens berry rules nay more mill youll thin that knowing how many rounds the Old Un eau last against the Holler Maker wont really help you to load up the Junior partner with our corn fed brand hems A good many salesmen have an Idea that buyers are only Interested In best 1hllll funny stories anti Tom Upton that business Is a side line with 0them but as n matter of fact mighty 1fevrpteu work up to the position of giving up their olllce hours to listening to anecdotes I never jokenmore an a n gents on a tierce of lard What the house really sends you out for Is orders Of course you want to be nice nnd smellow with the trade but always n that mellowness carried to bunsome a nr some with n cheep compliment but theres no objection to giving n man what he likes though I octet knew smoking to do anything good except a excelltIn heal buyers aint Interested In much besides your goods and your prices competitorst rundyours on your for business but dont hold your nose so high In the air that an order can travel under It without your seeing It Youll meet n good many people on the road that you wont like but the house needs their business For your own satisfaction I will shy right here that you may know you are drumsmer ordersoThird lllg orders If you do this you wont have n great deal of time to write long letters and we wont have a great deal of time to rend them for we will be very very busy here tanking and shipping the goods We nrent specially Interested In orders that the other fellow gets or jn knowing how It happened after it has happened If you like life on the road you simply wont let It happen So just send us your address every day and your orders They will tell us all that we want to know about the situ ation a BOYS AND PUPS Sometimes the Likely Ones Turn Oul Disappointingly e Boys are n good deal like the pups that fellows sell on street corners they dont always turn out as repre seated You buy a likely setter pup and raise n spotted conch dog from ItIand the promising son of an honest butcher Is just as like ns not to turn out a poet or n professor I want to say In passing that I have no real prejudice against poets but I believe that If youre going to be a Milton theres nothing like being a mute In glorious one as some fellow who was little sore on the poetry business once put It Of course n pucker who understands something about the versatility of cottonseed oil need never turn down orders for lard because the run of hogs Is light and a father who understands human nature can turn out an limitation parson from n 00Iwhom the Lord intended to go on the bonnl of trade lint on general prin clples Its best to give your cottonseed oil n Latin name and to market It on its merits and to let your boy follow his bent even If it leads him into the wheat pit From Letters From a Self Made Merchant to Ills Son by George Horace Lorlincr ADVICE TO BOYS the Primry Builnttt Virtues Into JGct Your Chajtkctir Hoys are constantly writing me for advice about how to succeed and when I send them my receipt they say that I auj dealing out commonplace generali tics Of course 111m but thats what the receipt calls for and It a boy will take these commonplace generalities and knead them into his job the mix ture II be cake Once n fellows got the primary busi ness virtues cemented Into his charac ter hes safe to build on But when a clerk crawls into the olllcc In the morn hug like n sick better pup nod leaps from his stool nt tight with the spring of a tiger Im a little afraid that If I sent him to take charge of n brand house he wouldnt always be around when customers were lIes the sort of n chap who would hold back the sun an hour every morning and have it gain two every afternoon If the Lord would give him tho saint1 discretionary powers that he gave Joshua And I have noticed that lies the fellow who Invariably takes a timekeeper as an In sult lies pretty numerous in business olllces In fact if the glance of time hu man eye could affect n clock face in the same way that a mans country cousins affect their city welcome should have to buy n new timepiece the office every morning From torI ters From a Self Made Merchant Ills Son by George Horace Lorimer THE MARKETS FAI RT tAQ NORMAN 4 CO CINCINNATI April CATGTxCommou260 1325 Butchers 125 rfj 100 II Shippers185 r lTfi CALVEIChoiconoo flMl Largo Common 00 faj fiOO Eoos Common 1100 510 Fnir good light0150 i IUIO Pneking71U 7K SnEKp Good to choice 510 000 Common to fnir2t7ri J B2T LAMBS Good to choice 700 ri 7JK Common to fairfiOO OK WHEAT No 2 Red 7fi 7f CORN Iii t OATsNo2 mixed 80 J 3i RTKNO 2 57 FLOOR Winter patent1I H8T It fancy rig SIO II Fstnilyi3 310 HAV huLLFsEnlraNo Timothy 17TO 11700 No2CI 1000 No Clnrorl7i ft No 2CI 1125 1175 POULTRY Young chickens 12 oHoary Noun 12 0yDuckII lit Eoos Fresh near by 12j HIDKS Wet salted II y No dry salt II Bull 7 II Sheep skins 50 70 TALLOW Prime city 0 III 0 Country rj rV Miss Ida M Snyder Trvnmirrr r lit llrnokl ii lUiHt End Art Clnb If women would more attention to happywiveswould observe results they would had that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they are given credit for In consulting with my drug lcI he advised McEliees Wine of Cardul and Thcd lords BlackDraught and so took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wino of Canlui isaregulatorof the menstrual mill is a most astonishing tonic for women It cures ular sc usty irregdof tho womb whites and Hooding It is helpful when approaching woman during prrgnancy after child birth and in change of life It frequently brings a dear baby to homes that horn barren for lrs All druggists have 9100 bottles of Wino of Cardui WIN EFCARDUI- y S ia aai aS35 arc c cccwrcrcc ts Special Offer s To Old or New- Subscribers to Tho Citizen 13 Papers for i 8 I 11of I 1 THE PRAIRIE FARMERI 2 THE PRAIRIE ft Home ix Supp I I 3 THE Regular ementI per year I Our Special Price for until April 15 is Iall cents per year t Sample copies sent to any ad A dress Direct all loiters to W THE CITIZEN Tamos M Racer EditorS IBeren Ky l THE SCHOOL LETTER TO TEACHERS NO VIII Child Study Much of value nnd much that is otherwise has in recent years boon said and written about child study Some here taken it up as a panacea for all professional ills while others hare railed against it AH usual wisdom lies between tho extremes It will al ways bo the duty of teachers to study their pupils and in doing m to take advantage of all the aids at their corn mand There are sumo things how over that tcachoin must find out for themselves They should consider the neighborhood environment of tho child The moral antisocial standing of tho coiLtnuuity will have a great influence upon Ids development If ho is in a neighborhood of culture ant refinement it will be reflected in leis conduct aud character If on tho other hand ho is surrounded by vice anti all things uudpmrablo it will show as plainly Tho treatment of tho child in these eases must bo es sentially different Again onoshould know something about a childrt playmates No part of Ida environment will have great an effect upon his life as that A largd part of his character will bo wrought bv hula daily in tercourse with his playmates Ills home also should ho known to the teacher Tho character conduct and conversation of his pnrontn books pictures nnd amusement of his home will all play their part ic his growth or in the retarding of thn same Having heard all wo cnn about his surroundings wo must shady the child himself It will bo necessary for UH to knowwhat his disposition is and his temperament his likes anti t1isIikes Wo must discover tho habits that are already orated and Ida tendencies whether inclined to evil or good must note whether ho is eager to lonrn or indifferent whether dull or bright sensitive to reproof or dillicult to reach whether he responds readily to kindness or shows signs of obstinacy Then it in thin duty of the teacher to look after tho physical welfare of her pupils Tho fanner cannot make plants or animals grow ho can only bring about proper conditions for their growth So the teacher cannot mnko a child grow hut shu may pro duce favorable conditions The nur serymaucna bind n bruised BtOlllI straighten crooked trunk whilo it is young prune away unprofitable branches enrich the soil nut keep away dangerous enemies Tim teachers business is very shut list Constant earn must be exorcis ed to keep pupils from malformations of growth to prune away undesirable traits and to supply tho richest of growth material Neither body tlorI mind will prow symmetrical and well if neglected- J W DiNHsioiin wonted A man of wide acquaintance and good address to represent in Itarea ono ol tho oldest best and cheapest accident and ho dth insurance com panic in existence Five hundred dollars f00 In case of death six dollars por week in case of accident six dollars per week in case of sick ness The combined cost is only two dollars 2 per year No assessment ordues also perfect identification free Big commission Write at onco to- W E Smith State agent Iti East Main street Lexington Ky Agents making twenty five dollars weekly DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR THE HOME THE HOMESPUN FAIR I hope all the readers of TilE CITlzns are keeping iu mind tho Homespun Fairns otirannual exhibition of Fire side Industries Linn come to bo known It will bo hold on Commencement tiny and owing to thin number of special premiums offered will bo of moro than usual interest If you have not received n premium list south to mo for ono and see i there is not sotno thing you can make for exhibition Whether your exhibit any of your own skilful handiwork or not bo suro and tho Fair There is whore you will got now ideas If you nro a weaver you will see how the coverlid designs can bo adapted to tablecov ers rugs nnd portieres Somo beautiful table covers of homespun linou trimmed with handmade lacoof homo Hptm thread lire in groat demand Thou titers are the buckeye nnd cornhusk hats and baskets tho handmade chairs thn rugs and carpots nUll above all tho dyeing Eighty dollar worth of special premiums for dyoing with vegetable dyes ought to bring some line sH cimens Never was them so great and univor sal an interest in handwork ns now Educators are tolling thoro can Ixt no true education without tho training of thin hand as well as of thti mind or rather that thin training of the hand m a training of tho mind Sowoodwork sowing cooking basketmaking and weaving anti taught in tho public schools and tho child U taught to do as well as to know Besides this iw the old handmidn articles have become Hcarcu deny have become fashionable and thero is n greater mOnO value in thorn now than there was a few years ago But tho buyers of handmade article wnnt nothing but tho best Ho domit want to buy n coverlid and thou find his neighbor huts ought a much butter sue for the saran monoy Perhaps also ho has among his treasure the work of Homo grandmother famous for her skill at tho loom and ho com pares nil work with hero and will buy nothing that dOt not approach it in quality Tho Homospun Fair then answers n threofold purpow It ouabliw tho makers of haiuHnado article to compare their work and loam whore it can Ile improved it shows thorn how their own work can Iwttor adapted to tho needs of modern lifo nnd it brings to gether the buyer and seller JKNNII Learns Hitt Walk Vllliiint Crulrlir I won much afllicUxl with sciatica wriloH Ed C Nttd lowavillo Sedg wick Co KnnllII going about on crutchclInDtlsulTtring a deal of pain IWBS induced to try Ballards Snow Liniment which relieved mo I usel three We tattles It is tho greatest liniment I over used have ricom mended it to a number of pornons nil express themselves as being bonolittod by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of Huht labor on tho fnrmlir c Mo and 101 at East End Drug COH Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer THE FARM FERTILIZERS FOR FIELD AND GARDEN CROPS Tho Farm Department has just finished uiiloa5iug tho second car making thirty touts in nil of forlllizor from tho Buckeye Fertilizer Col of Colmnbim 0 JThese goods aro of two brands thin Complete ndnplwl to gnnoral field crops like oats corn nUll millet nnd in which tho company guarantee thin following analysis Ammonia 3 to I percent Available Phosphoric Acid 8 to 10 percent Sulphate or PotaHhr to 7 percent ifs department in having putt in thirty acres of oats on the farm pur chased of the Into Snmiiol Pigg with tho iiHitof 200 pounds of thin Coin ploto brand to tho aero This brand will also 10 iisod heavily on tho corn and ont crops on thin College farm Tho other brand is called thoBuckojo Sxcial Bloat and Potash Mixture anti is designs by tho nmnufncluror moro especially for such crop MilO tatooHouioiiH and garden truck gener ally fruit and tobacco and Is richer in Ammonia and Potash than tho Complolo Wo aro using heavy dressings of this on tho garden lands fallow La ilioH hell In flue finhl nn the Coin Mountain north of tho Indian Fort wo are putting out ton acros of petit IOOH of choice Noithirn prligntrl Neti and wo are using this oixcml Hlood and Potash mixture at tho rate of OK pounds to tutu nero Tho soil thornis an especially mel low flume sandy loam and wn Iwliovo will well nanny this xtra nit hay Tho Multi lies li00 foot above time level of Hrunhy Fork at Korea and it is a stilt pull for a rOil r ltofllC team up tho Indian Fort Hill i Hurtling much wool an Into Col loge thaw in the various halls largo quantities of iwho accumulate and hunts are carefully save and distrib IItlloll tilt fields most likely to 1181CI for vpgntabloH or fruit Aleut two acres of Htrnlhrrin1l1 three acres of regotnbln land horn rrc4Mv a good top droning of anhtH during tho past six months Tho K tnh which maki H tho lyn whorl wu lonch ashen for soap making is ono of the most iniKrtant elementx ol fertility anti is especially noownnry to tho bmt growth of fruits and vegetables Yet many noble pilnn of nshes front nt am millH and Homo fnim homo Urn point arn allowinl to loach and waito un touched A now feature of our fertilizer work this spring is thUIIl nf Nitrate of Soda This is n Halt that looks much like cominon rocksnlt and contniiiH Nitrogen in a form tint can Iw taken up nlllllllllCl by plant root inont quickly Wo have used 00 iMiunds to tho aero this spring on an old htrawborry y field lx caiiRo fine riiiillH hnvo often IHMIII mHiirod fniin such Htiniulating of an old both It is also lint for as parngiiH lettuce etc but would IM too expensive to uin on any cropsAwhuro n great doal of value could not ho produced on a smell area of ground Tin Nitrogen of this valuable corn pound is the most III portu lit in stable mnniiro anti in tutu IitmontIthe farmer allows to wall to allows his mnniiropilo to heat and got fire fanged or allows tho drainage from his stable and lot to run away into tho crook Tho Hold that rots such a drainage iH always tho richest S C MASON Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied SeioileoTwo years Course with ngricTillnro for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies 1JTrade Schools Crpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years rCertificatoAcademy COUTHO Four years fitting for College for business and for life COMORO Con raos Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees TheoryWo Christian aft cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental too j payforbrought within 2400 about fIii to ho paid in llvnncodTho School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of all denomil1allon8i Far aid address the qi WILL C GAMBLE Beren Madison County KYf r THE CITIZEN i17 tl TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II SECOND QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES APRIL 12 text of the Iipmiiin I Cor xv 2O ill rlU3MMemory tereeeaa a4Nation i Trxl I Cur 11 v 11 Cuinntrolitrr Irrimrrrt lir Hrv II 31 HlrurniI- Coprrlsht t 1W3 by American frtu Aanelattnnj SO Hut now li Christ risen from the dead and become the first fruit of them that sift i Wo Imvo today a great and clorloun chapter truly UKlniilnu with tho gas I IK by which wo nro wivwlllIlIcl ending- sM with tilt tomplutu Hulijiipttlun of nil I tlilnpt unto Him who tlliil for our MIIH c and Wile burled tied ruse npiln the third day nccordltiK to tho Sculptures vernex H II Tho writer of thlH llllItil with whom wo Imvo recently lntii Journoy IIIK KO much xcviaitl to know nothing but Christ crucllkd ChrUt rlnon and aNciMidvd mid ChrJHt returning to reign It would bo well If thoro wcro many like him In this chapter hu gives Mpoclal promlnvnoo to tile resurrection provlnt that the llfo and death of Christ would Imvo availed tin nothing If Ho had not risen that npart from IhU treat tact thoro IH no gospel to preueh no Kround tor faith no satin thou but Christ Iwlnj risen nil In wells itln thorn who trust In Rhino and UH Ho is In ills risen body HO hliull we bo Ihll III SI I John III UJ II lor ni In AJuen all die even 10 In ChrUt hall all Ui made alive Ily time man sin enterwl Into tho world Limit death by shin and HO dentin punned njxiii nil turn for that nil have Hlnned Tor as by ono iiiaun dlnobe dlenco nanny word mado shiners no by tho olMilliMicu of Ono shall ninny bo iado rlKlitiHHiM pine v 11 116 All Lire III Adam without exception rind therefore nil arc sinners and dind In trc NtHM H and sins Uph II I All who Mni convinced of itln Imvo ne ivjitetl Christ lire In Christ nnd Ho IH wlHtlom rlKlitttnisniKn winctlllcatloii ntleiniillon und life eternal to all who truly retClru Him 1 Cur L 301 John 112 kroNuw Oil+ I say brethren that flmh bluotl cannot inherit the kingdom of Owl neither doth corruption Inherit In corruption Tine kingdom bf Owl will bo that con dition of attain on earth when tho will of Out shall bo Ionic on earth as It la ilono In heaven Matt vl 10 or ni Inverse t8 of our chapter when the Hon bavin during time thouiuiud years liar xxi ftulMluctlall things unto Him self and cnMt Hatan und nil his follow era Unto tine bake of lire Ood ahull loc nil In nil In order to enjoy that king dunn and ltd glory thcito imtioiit minor tal bodies of tloah anti Mood must ln changed nnd bo main like Ills renur tedium IKIlIor llexh mind IKIIIOH Luke xxlv nil They will be nil real amid tangible tin Ills resurrection body lint no longer Mibjeot to tho j owem and cur cuiiiHtnncrM which control our mortal bodlofl Luke xxlv 31 John xx 10 61 tl Ilthold I show you a mystery We nhall nut all deem but ws shall all be changed In a moment In I Tliwui Ir 1018 this li more fully set forth nnd no dimply timid clearly that only those who do not wish to can fall to set 1C Our Lord Himself referred to It In thetw words Ho that iMllcveth In Mo though he die yet Hhall ho live ninth whonoover llveth timid belloveth In Mo shall never mile John x123 M Tho natural man can never wit tier Inherit tho kingdom of God tin less he IH born from above horn tile we timid time nnd nil who Iwlng burn again Inlong to tine kingdom must In one of two nays obtain n laxly Ill for tint king dom till hotly must dip and rUe from ti r tile dead nt HU coming or be In n mo melt changed without dying nH were the bodies of Enoch and Elijah i U 61 Then hall bu brought to peen the r saying that la written Death U swallowed11 + e up In victory t Corruptible and mortal nre terms m erring to our present bodkn Incor ruptlblo tied Immortal describe line bodlcti that shall bo ours at Ills com lug when wo stall bo like Him This quotation from hen xxv 8 U remlndH UH that when tho kingdom cornea nnd the Klorlllcd church la with Christ reigning over It Item v 0 10 Israel shall have tier place with her rebuke taken away from off nil till earth fur she shall see Him conning In Ilia glory 1557 0 death where li thy sting 0 grave where U thy victory The sling of death U lilli and tho strength of Hln U tho law Hut thanks be to Ood which itlvvth us tho victory through our Lord Jciui Chrlit In lies xlll 11 from which part of this Is quoted tho words tire 0 dentin I will bo thy plagues O grave I will bo tiny destruction Itcpontnnce shall bo hid from mine eyes Thinking of these words I often say that I am glad that God hates death and tho grave nnd will destroy both and will never niter Ills purK su unbent It While In the case of the believer the curse of death Is changed to n blessing ande jbrlllJ1t only gain amid the very far bet- terIl I 3123 yet tine fact stands i that dentin Is an enemy amid to talk of dentin us tine Lords coming Is to con found tine of the worst of enemies with tho best FriendI t M Therefore my beloved brethren bo ye jtcudfuat tinmovnble always abound ing In the work of tho Lord for aa much an ye know that your labor le not In vain In tho Lord The glories of the resurrection the kingdom tho new earth concerning which Paul said Rom rill 17 18 II Cor Iv 17 18 and many such words may well encourage us to bo steadfast In the fulth unmoved by any false doc trine amid gladly walking In the good works which Ho has prepared for us Ho only wants us so to present to Him our bodies which Is truly n reasonable thing since He has bought us with n great price that He jnay unhindered p work In us nil Ills good pleasure causing nil grace to abound toward us Eph II 10 Rom ill 1 2 I Cor vl 10 20 II Thou I 11 12 II Cor lie 8 4J A Sweet Ilrentli- In a never failing sign of a hoalthy Htomach When tho breath is bad tho ntonmch is out oflordor There Is no remedy in the world equal to Ko dot DjnpepsinCuro for curing indi gestion dyopcpflia und all stomach disorders Mm Mary P Crick of White 1luins Ky writeH I have beau it dyspeptic for years tried all kindsofroinodioH but continual to grow worHu By tho unto of Kodol I began to Improve at onco and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength and can oat what ever I like Kodol digests what you vat and makes tho Btomnch sweet For nnloiby East End Drug Co A STUDY IN SCARLET By A OONAN DOYLE PART ONE nting a rtprint from the rtlnlllcellccA of John 11 IPutaon M1 lute of the army medical ilfjHirtiiient Thin ring man tho ring That was what ho caino Kick for If wo have no other way of catching hint wo cnn al ways halt our lino with tho ring I shall liavo him doctor Ill lay you two to ono that I have him I must thank you for it all I might not Imvo gono but for you and no hnvn ml sued tho flmwt study I over amino across A study in scarlet nh Why shouldnt wo UKO n little art jargon Theres limo scarlet thread of tnurdor running through tho colurloM nkoln of life and our duty in to unravel it nnd isolate it nnd expose every lunch of It Aid now fur lunch BUll then for Nonnan Nunidx Tier nt tack nnd her bowing nro Rplondld 1nnts that little thing of Chopins kho plays so magnificently Trnlaln lira Ilrn lay leaning back fit tho cab this nmn tour blooilhonnd caroled away like a lark whllo I meditated upon tho many ildcdnciu of tho human mind CIIAPTEH V Our mornings exertions had loon too much for my weak health aunt I was tired out in limo afternoon After Holmes departure for tho concert I lay down UJKMI time sofa nnd endeavored to Ret n couple of hours t le J1 It was n use less attempt My mind hail been too much excited by nil that maul occurred nnd tho Htrangext fancies amid surmises crowded into it Every tunic tint I lUllIlortod murderud nmn So similar was tho ex pression which that face haul produced upon mo that I found it difficult to fool anything but gratitude for him who had removed its owner from the world If ever human features bcspoko vice of the most malignant typo they Were certain ly those of Enoch J Droblwr of Clove land iitill I recognized that justice must bo dour and that the depravity of tin victim war no condonomcnt in tine eyes of tho Uw Thin more I thought of IL tho moro ex traordinary did my companions hyjKith l8ll1 that lima man hail Neon poisoned np pear I remembered how ho Intel sniffed his lips amid had no doubt that ho hat detected komcthlng which had given rise to tho idea Then ngnin if not polnon what had canned time mans death since thoro was noithcr wound nor marks of strangulation nut on tho other hand whoso blood was tint which lay HO thickly upon tho floor Thoro was no signs of n struggle nor had tho victim tinny weapon with whirl ho night have wounded nn antagonist As long na nil these questions wero un solved I felt that sleep would bo no easy matter cither for Holmes or myself Ills quiet self confident manner convinced mo that ho had already formed n theory which explained nil tho facts though what it was I could not for an instant conjecture Ho AYIW very Into in returning BO late that I know that tho concert could not have detained him nil tho time Dinner was on time table before ho appeared It was magnificent II ho said as ho took his seat Do you remember what Darwin says nbout music Ho claims that time power of producing and appre ciating it existed among the human race long before tho power of speech was ar rived at Perhaps that is why wo are so subtly inllncnred by it There nro npao memories in our souls of those misty centuries when tho world was in IU childhood Thats rather abroad idea II I re- market Onos ideas must bq ps broad as na lure if they nro to Interpret nature II ho answered Whats tho matter Youre not looking quite yourself This Urix ton road alTnir has upsut you II To toll tho truth it has I said I ought to bo more case hardened after my Afghani experiences I saw my own comrade lacked to pieces atiMaiwnnd without losing my nerve II I cau understand Thero is a mys try about this which stimulates time Imagination Whore there is no inning ination thoro is no horror Have you seen tho evening paper No It gives a fairly Rood account of tho affair It does not mention tho fact that when tho man was raised up a womans wedding ring full upon tho floor Its just as well it docs not II WhyLook ut this advertisement ho an iworod I had ono stunt to every paper this morning immediately after tho af fair Ho throw time paper across to me and I glanced nt tine place indicated It was tho first announcement in tho Found column In Drlxton road this mnrnlmj II It ran a plain gold wed dinK ring found In tine roadway between tho White Hart tavern and Holland u grove Apply Dr Watson 231b Baker street between 8 amt 0 this evening II Excuse tfiy using your name ho said It I used luy own somo ono of these dtintlorhonds would recognize it and want to meddle in tho affair II That Is nil right I answered But supposing anyone applies I have no ring Oh yes you have II sail ho hand lug mo one This will do very well It is almost a facsimile II And who do you expect will answer this ndvurtlKomcnt Why the man in tho brown contour florid friend with tho square tOOl If ho does not como himself ho will send an accompliceWould II not consider it an too dangerous Not at nil If my view of tho case III correct and I have every reason to bo hove that It is this man would ruttier risk anything than lose tho ring Ac cording to my notion he dropped It white stooping over Drebbcrs body mud did not mitts it at tlio time After lean ing tho house ho discovered his loss nnd hurrIed back IlIIt found thin police already in possession owing to his own folly in leaving the candle burning lie had to pretend to bo drunk in order tc nllny tho suspicions which might have been aroused by his appearance nt the gate Now put yourself in that maws place On thinking time matter over it must have occurred to him that it was possible that ho had lust tho ring in the road after leaving time house What would ho do thou Ho would eagerly look out for tine evening papers in tho hope of seeing it among time articles found Ills oyo of course would light upon thud Ho would bo overjoyed Why should ho fear a trap There would Iw no reason in his eyes why tho find lug of time ring should bo connected with tho murder Ho would come Ho will coma You shall sue him within an lmnurI And then I naked Oh you can leave mo to deal with him then Have yon any arms I hBO my old service revolver and a row cartrhlKl1KII Yon had better clean it and load it Ho will bo a desperate man and though I droll take him unawares it is ta well to Iw ready for anything I went to my bedroom and followed Iris advice When I returned with tho pistol tho table hUll been cleared and Holmes was engaged in iris favorite oc cupation of scraping upon his violin Tho plot thickens ho said as I en tered L have just hind nn answer to my American telegram My view of tho ease if tho correct one II And that is I asked eagerly My fiddle would bo tho bettor for now strings ho remarked rut your pistol in your pocket When tho tel low comes nj eak to him in nn ordinary way Leave tho rest to me Dont frighten hint by looking nt him too hard II It is 8 oclock now I said glanc lug nt my watch Yes Ho will probably bo hero in n few minutes Open tho door slightly That will da Now put tho key on tine Inside Thank you This is n queer old book I picked up at a stall yesterday Do Juro later Oolites published in Latin nt Liege in tho Lowlands in 1042 Charles head was still firm on his shoul thorn when this little brown backed vol unto was struck off II hois tho printer Ihllippo do Croy whoever ho may have IMIOII On tho fly leaf in very faded ink is written Ex libris Gnliolml Why to I wonder who William Whyto was Somo pragmatical seventeenth cen tury lawyer I suppose His writing hag a legal twist about it Hero comes our man I think As ho spoke hero was a sharp ring nt tho bell Sherlock Holmes rose softly and moved his chair in tho direction of tho door We hoard tho servant pass along the hull and tho sharp click of tine latch as she opened itDocs Dr Watson live hero asked a clear but rather thorp voice Wo could not hear tho servants reply but the door closed and Homo one legate to ascend tho stairs Tho footfall was nn uncertain and shuttling one A look of surprise Passel over time face of my com pardon as ho listened to it It came slowly along mho passage and there was a feeble tap at tho door Como In 1 I cried At my summons instead of the man of violence whom wo expected a very old and wrinkled woman hobbled into time apartment Sho appeared to bedazzled by the sudden blaze of light and after dropping a courtesy sine stool blink ing nt us with her bleared eyes and funs bUng in her pocket with nervous slinky fingers I glanced at my companion and his face had assumed such n die consolate expression that it was all I could do to keep my countenance Tho old crouo drew out au evening paper and pointed at our advertisement Its this as has brought me good gen tlemen sine said dropping another courtesy A gold wedding ring in tho road It belongs to my girl Sally as was married only this tlmo twelvemonth which her husband is steward aboard a Union boat and what hod say if ho como onio and found her without her ting is more than I eau think ho holing short enough at tho host o times but moro especially whon he has the drink If it please you she wont to the circus last night along with Is that her ring basked The Lord bo thanked cried tho old woman Sally will boa woman this night Thats tho ring II And what may your address be I inquired taking a pcneiThirteen Duncan street l1oulll1- sditch A weary way from hero II Tho llrlxtou road docs not lie boo tween any circus and Hpuniisditch said Sherlock Holmes sharply Tlio old woman faced round And look ed keenly at him from h fJH o rod rim plod eyes Tho gentlemanasked for my address II sire said Sally lives in lodgings at 3 Mayfield place Pockhaui II natgolsM7 Hors Is Don f H tile which Tom Dennis married tier and a smart clean lad too as long ns hes nt son nnd no steward in tho com parry more thought of but when on shore what with tho women nnd what with liquor shops Hero is your ring Mrs Sawyer II I interrupted in obedience to n sign from my companion It clearly belongs to your daughter mid I nm glad to bo male to restore it to tho rightful owner With many mumbled blessings and protestations of gratitude the old crone packed it away in her poc t and shufilcd off down tho stairs Slrlock Holmes sprang to his feet tho moment sine was gone nnd rushed into his room Ho re turned in a few seconds enveloped In mi ulster and a cravat Ill follow her ho raid hurriedly She trust bo an ac complice and will lead motohim Walt up for mo II Time hall door had hardly slammed behind our visitor before Holmes tad descended tho stair Look ing through tho window I could see her walking feebly along tho other side while her pursuer dogged her somo lit tlo distance behind Either his whole theory is incorrect III thought to my salt or else ho will bo led now to tho heart of tho mystery II There was no need for him to ask mo to wait up for him for I felt that sleep was impossi Ala until I heard tho result of his net ventureIt close upon 0 when ho sot out I had no Ilea how long ho might be but I sat stolidly puffing at lilY pipe mumd skipping over tho pages of Henri Mar RerlI Vie do Bohemo Ten oclock passed nnd I hoard tho footsteps of tho maids as they pnt torch off to bed Eleven and tho more stately trend of tine laud lady passed my door bound for tho same destination It was close upon 13 be fore I heard tho sharp sound of his latch key Tho instant he entered I saw by iris face that ho had not been successful Amusement and chagrin seemed to bo struggling for tho mastery until the rindheI wouldnt Imo tho Scotland Yard ore know it for time world ho cried dropping into his chair I havo chaffed them BO much that they would never have let mo hear tho end of it I can afford to laugh because I know that I will bo oven with them in tho long run What is it then Inked Oh I dont mind telling a story against myself That creature had gone a littlo way when she began to lisp rind show every sign of holing footsore Pres ently she came to a halt annul mailed n four wheeler which was passing I mUll aged to bo close to her so as to hear tho address but I need not have been tio anxious for sho snug it out loud enough to bo heard at tho other side of tho street Drive to 13 Duncan street Uoundsdltchl sue cried This began to look genuine I thought and having seen her safely inside I perched myself behind Thats nn art which every de tective should be an expert nt Well away wo rattled nnd never drew rein until wo reached tho street in question I hopped off before wo cmno to time door amid strolled down the street in an easy lounging wny I saw limo cab pull up Tho driver jumped down nUll I saw him opera tho door and stand expectant ly Nothing came out though When I reached him ho was groping about frantically in tho empty cab amid giving vent to tho finest assorted collection of oaths that ever Mistimed to There was no sign or trace of his passenger rand I foam it will bo some time before ho gets her faro On inquiring at No 131 found that tho house belonged to n respectable paperhanger named Kendrick nod that no ono of tho name either of Sawyer or Donuts had over boon hoard of there You dont mean to sayf I cried in amazement that that tottering feeble old woman was ablo to got out tho cab while it was in motion without either you or tho driver seeing her Qld woman bo ddl said Sher lock Holmes sharply Wo wore tho old women to bo so taken in It must havo been n young mon nn activo one too besides letup nn incomparable nctor Tho getup was inimitable Ho saw that lie was followed no doubt and used this means of giving mo tho slip It shows that tho man wo mire after is hot ralmic ly ns I imagined ho was but has friends who are ready to risk something fur him Now doctor you are looking done up Take my advice nnd turu in II I wns certainly feeling very weary so I obeyed his injunction I loft Holmes seated in front of tho smoldering fire and long into thowntchcs of tho night I board tho low melancholy wailings of Iris violin and know that ho was still pondering over tho strange problem which ho had sot himself to unravel CHAPTER VI Tho papers next day were full of tho Brixton Mystery II ns they termed it Each had n long account of tho affair nnd some had leaders upon it in addi tion Them was some information in thorn which was now to mo I still re taint in my scrapbook numerous clip pings nnd extracts bearing upon tho case Hero IB n condensation of a few of thom The bully Telegraph remarked that in tho of crime thoro had seldom been a tragedy which presented stranger features Tho Gorman name of the vie tim the absentee of all other motive and tho sinister inscription on tho wall all pointed to its perpetration by political refugees and revolutionists Tho social ists hind many branches in America nUll InfrlllgClltholrdown by them After alluding to tho Vohnigoricght aqua tofann Carbonari tho Marchioness do Brinvilliers tho Darwinian theory tho principles of Mal thus and the Ratcliff highway murders the article concluded by admonishing tho government nnd advocating a closer water over foreigners in England Tine Standard commented upon tho fact that lawless outrages of tho sort usually occurred under a Liberal admin istration They arose from tho unset tling of tho minds of tho masses and tine consequent weakening of all authority Tho dxMafod was an American gentle 1 man vflio had boon residing for soma weeks in tho metropolis Ho bad staid at tho boarding house of Mmo Char pcntler in Torquay Terrace Canibcrwoll lie was accompanied in ids travels by his private secretary Mr Joseph Stan gorson Tho two haclo adieu to their landlady upon Tuesday time 4th mist and departed to Euston station with time avowed intention of catching the Liver cccntogetineronis known of thorn until Mr Drebbcrs body was as recorded discovered in nn empty house in tho Brixton road many miles from Euston How ho came thero or how ho met iris fate are questions which nro still involved in mystery Nothing is known of thin whereabouts of Stangorson Wo nro glad to learn that Mr Lostrado and Mr Orcgson of Scotland Yard aro both engaged upon tho case and it is confidently anticipated that theso well known officers will speedily throw light upon tine matter Tho Daily News observed that there was no doubt ns to tho crime holing apolitical ono Tho despotism and hatred of Liberalism which animated tho conti nental governments hud had tho effect of driving to our shores n number of mon who might have undo excellent citizens were they not soured by tho roe ollection of nil that they had undergone Among these men there was n stringent code of honor nny infringement of which was punished by dentin Every ef fort should bo made to fled tine seem tary Stangcrsou and to ascertain cone particulars of tho habits of time deceased A great step had been gained by time die covery of tho address of tho house nt which ho had Ixiarded a result which was entirely duo to time ncntencss and energy of Mr Oregsoh of Scotland Yard Sherlock Holmes and I read thcso no tices over together at breakfast nnd they appeared to nfford him considerable amusement I told you that what over happened Lcstrado amid Gregson would bo sure to scoreThat depends on how it turns out Oh bless you it doesnt matter in tho least If thin man is caught it will bo on account of their exertions If ho escapes it will bo in spite of their exer tions Its mends I win nnd tails you lose What ever they do they will have followers Un sot trouvo toujours nn plus sot qullnchlliroII What on earth is this I cried for nt this moment there canto time pattering of many steps in tho hall ail on tho stairs accompanied by audible expres claims of disgust upon tho part of our landladyIts Baker street divisiomof the detective police force II said my com panion gravely and ns ho spoke there rushed Into tho room half n dozen of tho dirtiest nUll most ragged street arabs that over I clopped eyes on Tentionl cried Holmes in n sharp tonic and tho six dirty littlo scoundrels stood in a lino like so many disreputable statuettes In future you shall send up Wiggins to report and tho rest of you must wait in tho street Have yon found It WigginsNo we haint said ono of time youthsI expected you would You must keep on until you da Hero nro your wager II Ho handed each of thom a shilling Now bff you go and connie back with a better report noxt time Ho waved his hand mud they scamper ed away down stairs like so many rats nnd wo heard their shrill voices next moment in tho street Theres more work to be got out of cud of thoso littlo beggars than out of a dozen of tho force Holmes remarked Tho moro eight of nn official looking person seals mens lips Thcso young sters however go everywhere and hear every thing They are as sharp ns needles too All they want is organization Is it on this Brixton caso that you nro employing them I naked Yes there is a point which I wish to ascertain It is merely n matter of time hello we are going to hear sonic news now with a vengeance I Hero is Gregson conning down tho road with beatitude written upon every feature of his face Bound for us I know Yes ho is stopping Thero bo Isli There was a violent peal at the bell and in a few seconds tho fair haired de tective came up tine stairs three steps at a time and burst into our sitting roomMy dear fellow ho cried wringing Holmes unresponsive hand congratu late me I have made tho whole thing as clear as day A shade of anxiety seemed to mo to cross my companions expressive face Do you moan that you are on time right track ho nsked- Tho fight track Why sir wo havo the mat under lock and key II And his name is Arthur Chnrpcntier sublieutenant in her majestys navy II cried Gregson pompously nibbing his fat hands annul inflating his chest Sherlock Holmes gave n sigh of relief and relaxed into a smile Take a sent and try ono of these cigars II ho said Wo nro anxious to know how you managed it Will you havo cone whisky and water- I dont mind if I do the detective answered Tine tremendous exertions which I have gone through during tho last day or two have worn nio out Not so much bodily exertion you under stand ns tho strniu upon tho mind You will appreciate that Mr Sherlock Holmes for wo nro both brain workers II Yon do mo too much honor said Holmes gravely Lot us hear how yon arrived nt this most gratifying rosultlI Tho detective seated himself in tho armchair nnd puffed complacently nt his cigar Then suddenly ho slapped his thigh in n paroxysm of amusement The fun of it IpII ho cried that that fool Lestrade who thinks himself so smart has gone off upon tho wrong track altogether He is after the secre tary Stuugerson who heal no more to do vitn crime than a babe unbornuothe I have that bo inns caught him by this time II L The idea tickled Gregson so much 1 that ho laughed until ho choked Annul how did you get your clow 7 1coursoSumo people would havo waited until their advertisements wore answered or until paitlcs came forward and volun teered information That is not ToblnsiGregsons way of going to work You remember the hat beside the dead man Yes said Holmes by John Un derwood Sons 130 Camberwell road i Gregson looked quite crestfallen I hud no idea that you noticed that bo said Havo you been thcroOfNoHal II cried Gregson in n relieved I voice Yon should rover neglect a chance however small it may seem II To a great mind nothing is little remarked Holmes sententiously Well I went to Underwood and asked him if ho had sold a lint of that size nUll description Ho looked over hisIbooks nnd came on it nt once Ho had I srnt tho lint to a Mr Drobbcr residing ntChnrpcntinrs boarding estlbJlshmelltITorquay Terrace Thus dressSmartvery smartII murmured Sherlock Holmes ITO BE COFTINDEDI do coffcejbefore LionCoffee is comes in sealed air tight packages no N chance for or dirt or things to get in- Clean Fresh and Fragrant n Canvasser Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK 1 a journal for advertisers published weekly at live dollars a year It teaches the science and practice of Advertising and is highly esteemed by tho most successful advertisers in this country and Great Britain Liberal o o m mission allowed Address 1 PRINTERS INK 10 Spruce St New York Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can spend a much or little u thcjchoofeon living expenses- It pnyato havo a little extra money fora lect ures books and other things lint the necessary expenses are only M follow To pay the first day Howinn LADIES HAM II AU- fSchool Incidental Fee 4 M it 60 Ex 1 Fee 25 25 pensc Boos etc about 2 00 2 00 General t 100 100 Furnished Room fuel 4 25 5 25 First Month Board 5 00 S 00 LIJns iifoo fterm penisesLau V during the 1 50 Beginning 2d Mo Board 5 00 6 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 28 SO 2S 00 I Gcnl Deposit returned 100 100 Total Expense 19 Weeks 87 CO 27 00 For those bclowJA Grammar deduct tho tl for books and II from Incidental fee making tho otal only UIIO When four girls room together each saves 12 or more on room and fuel making the total only V228O If classed below A Grammar Room and fuel cost ono dollar more in the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stores ole can usually bo rented for from tl to 10 a term The price of n big calf n little tanbark or a few liome pan bedcover will give it term of school which will change ones whole life fur the better TORcsfiestaste I F ONErMINUTEOne Minute Cough Cure gives relief In one minute because It kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane us- Ing the cough and at the same time clears f the phlegm draws out the Inflammation partsOnelungs wards off pneumonia and Is a harm less and never failing cure In all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup atranguhtfrduring farehermastered LId our little darling speedllreconred I cannct parse One Minute Cure too much for what It has done In our family A L Spafford Postmaster Chester Mich Prepared by E 0 DeWITT A CO OH- IOAQOCROUP l I T THEXOJTIZEN II LOCAL AND PERSONAL II NMNMMINNNNNNNNMINNMIN1Easter Charles White Is improving Robert Sharp is homo from Mooro headAunt Bettio Diggs is in good healti for one of her ago Jams Fowler is moving his family back to Jackson Co T P Wyatt makes it very pleasant for his visitors on the farm A J Scudder will take up farming as n business this year M L Spink and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a Fine son Master Williard Sharp is moving tc his grandmothers near the depot Pres Frost ndressed the 20th Century Club of Pittsburg Penn April 6 Hon R W Miller of Richmond was in town Saturday on business The Berea friends of T A RobinsoL were pleased to meet him hero last Saturday x A E Robinson has moved from Depot St to the Blythe place OL Walnut Meadow pike Harley Racer has moved his barbershop from the P 0 building to the rear of the East End Drugstore The children of Black Valley will attend Sundayschool at the Parish House until their chapel is built Miss Margaret Parish of Richmond stenographer was here Thursday tak ing depositions for Mr W B Smith Mrs Charles Hanson returned to her home on Monday after an extended visit with friends and relatives in Celina Ohio S F Lucas has accepted position as traveling salesman for H M Mar tin k Cool Louisville and has started on a trip through Eastern Ken tuckyP Reynolds of Hamilton 0 was in town on a flying visit and then attended court at Richmond He is thinking of moving his family back to Berea this next fal- lCOLLEGE ITEMS Miss Beebe returned to her home iu Pennsylvania this week Work is being resumed on the foundation of the Industrial building Sec Gamble left Monday for a number of weeks visit among former students who are now teaching in KentuckyMiss Woodward writes that she is much pleased with her work in Chicago where she has gone to fill Miss Lou Flanorys place The College Band appeared in uni form for tho first time Saturday night They are to be highly commended upon their selection as the uniforms are exceedingly neat and attractive Miss Alice Burman left on Monday for her home in Jackson Michigan having been compelled to give up her school work on account of ill health She has won many friends during her work in Berea Dr Mayo of Washington D C is making his annual visit to Berea this week He will give a number of lec lures to the Normal department and to the whole student body Dr Mayo is one of the old and tried friends of Berea He is broadly in formed upon all questions of education in the North and South His home in Washington D C and his intimate assoiation with U S Com missioner Harris keeps him in touch with all that is best in the educational thought of the world There are not many men that bear their years with so much of youthfulness and adaptation as can our good Dr Mayo ICORRESPONDENCE N1MNNIHNHMMMMMNMNNMN TilE CITIZEN has been disappointed in not being able to give particulars concerning the St Louis Worlds Fair Teachers contest We expect to he able to do so next week OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Old Uncle Ezekiel Rose of Ever solo was seriously wounded last week by the explosion of dynamite Hav ing nice weather at presentYour correspondent and brother were on Cow Creek TuesdayMr and Mrs Wm Huff have a new baby at their homo Th09 Minter of Boonoville visited his father here last wookMr Wilson is building a dwelling house for H H Bice Miss Millie Rey nolds of Cow Creek visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jaloy F Gabbardand son Elmer 1 were on Cow Creek Saturday R W Minter lost one of his flue heifers last week also five of his sheep by dogsMADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Il C Wylio visited his fatherin law Elias Baker of Gum Sulphur last woekMrs Duck who spent tin winter with her brother David Me Collum has returned to her horne Seth Howard and Dr Johnston frog College Hill were tho guests of War ron Elkius Wednesday Tom Kin nayrd of Bores spout Sunday with Mr Elkins and family Mrs W M Guinu has returned from Illinois bringing her sou Cole with herRose of Kerby Knob was the guest of R M Baker and family Sunday night Sarah Lawson who has been in Richmond with Mrs Jessie Andor sou for a few days returned Wednes dayKatio Wylie entertained mum ber of friends Wednesday evening The wind blow Mrs Eliza Coweni barn top off Wednesday lit the sumo time blow old Paiuta Lid churchhouso downMr und Mrs David McCollum visited Pete Moor and family last week Robert Bot kins left last Sunday for Mansfield 111 VALLEY VIEW Linsy Baker paid your correspond ent a visit this weeltGeorgo Earl has moved hero from Breuthitt couu tyMr Handy one of the oldest citizens is not expected to liveTher was a small wreckat ono of the bt mills tearing up some machinery An L N freight train left the tract hero last week delaying traffic three hoursG W Turkeys family an improving from their recent sickness FARRISTOWN Mrs Higginbolt in entertained oral friends April 2Mrs John Sad ler has mowed to Mr Harry Morgans Mrs Miriam Sheaier and Mrs Lucy White are still very ill Deacon Newis Farris and Deacon G W Buf lon110t Saturday foray sit with Rev J A FarrisMr George Wilmores blacksmith shop has turned out to be a groceryMASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Miss James Alice Hawkins whose serious illness was mentioned recently is no better at this writing Charloj Washington who with his mother have moved to Cincinnati visited oui city recently Little Mattie Allen died at the home of her grandparents Mr and Mrs George Wells Friday evening of pneumonia Her funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the Plymouth Baptist church Rev 0 A Nelson oiliciatiug Mrs Lizzie Mon day of the East End attended thoM E conference which was held at Chicago IllJames Davis a re spected citizen of this place died week before last of consumption The Bethel Sundayschool is prepar ing a neat program which will be rendered Easter SundayMrs Bet tie Hayes will stay in Lebanon during the time her husband is working in that place A MOUNTAIN WOMAN Responsible for the Organization of the Kentucky Exhibit Association Miss Ida Moss of Piueville Bell ounty holds the proud distinction of being instrumental in starting the uovementtogive Kentucky represen tation at the St Louis Worlds Fail next year Other Kentuckians had hardly begun to realize what the fail are of tho Legislature to make snap propriation for tho St Louis Fait meant until this young lady wrote to Jlarence Dallam the president of the Louisville Commercial Clubsuggest ng that that organization start a movement calling upon the citizens of the State to raise 100000 for a Ken tucky display and building The letter was written by Miss Moss March 21 1002 or a little more than a year ago and the Kentucky Exhibit Association was tho result Miss Moss has over since taken an especial interest and pride in the work of thia As the Association determined lo place the order for the souvenir buttons it immediately wroto Miss Moss asking her to take charge of the sale of them in her home county Thus far she has disposed of almost 1000 buttons raising 1000 to ward the Kentucky building by their tale To this young woman of the mountains the inspiration of the project now well in hand came before any body else had thought of it and to her the whole State will owe a debt of gratitude for the suggestion goodloodoBorve wheat and barley food adds 10 burden but sustains nourishes invigorates PRODUCTS OF THE HAND The Young Womens ChristiauAs socialion will hold a fair of Product of the Hand on Saturday April 2fi Proceeds to be used in sending two o moro delegates to Ashville Summo Conference of tho Y W C A Art cjes made by hand or other gifts may bo sent to the Ladies Hall Borea Ky marked 1or the Young Worn ens Christian Association anti will ho promptly acknowledged and caret for until the time of the exhibit SPECIAL PRIZES Mrs Sarah D Lane of Boston Mast a friend of Berea College and a large purchaser trout the Homo spun Department hiss offered two special prizes for blankets Woven in a pattern to bo either real madder and bark green or light walnut and light indigo 1st prize S300 2nd prize 200 Write to Mrs Hottio Wright Graham Boron Kerr tucky for exact colors and sizo FUN AND FACTS A baby is Pko n crop of wheat It is first cradled then thrashed aid finally it becomes the flower of Iho Gamily H M Racer has moved iris barbershop to Rhodus Drug store north of Pol oflice You will find him there at all hours He solicit your patron ngd For liver troubles anti constipation Theres nothing better in creation Than Little Early Risers the lam pillsThey a cure and save doctor bills Little Early Risers are different from all other pills They do not weaken the system but act as a tonic to the tissues by arousing the secre tions and restoring the liver to the lull performance of its functions naturally For sale by East End Drug Co Mrs A T Fish will hold her spring opening of millinery on Fri day and Saturday April 10 and 11 Tho latest New York styles will be shown llrrlilnr Clirm Fever and Ague A dose will stops chilla continuance always cures Mrs Win M Stroud Midlothian Texas May SI 18911 writes We havo used Herbiue iu our fancily for eight years and found it the best medicine wo have ever used for la grippe billions favor and Malaria LOc at EsT END Dnco Co Tom went out his dog with him the dog went not before behind nor on one side of him then where did he got On tho other side of him If you are a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and desire a position you should at once en roll with the Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wideawake teachers agency in the West Dont put it off Write immediately to BINKLET it BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is a graduate of Berea College was for seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known horoEnI Due Notice II Herrrd Due notice is hereby served on tho public generally that DeWitts Hazel Salvo is the only salvo on the market that is made from the pure unadul terated witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo has cured thousands of cases of piles that would not yield to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counter foils Those persons who get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo are never disappointed because it cures For sale by East End Drug Co rood fur Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass immediately in to the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inllamrnation heals and soothes and euros permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues For sale by East End Drug Co West End Meat Market For Fresh Meats Salt Meats Sliced Ham Lard Sausage Vegeta bles etc Highest prico for Country ProduceR H ROYSTON bone K Opposite Blckucll A Karly i L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Stre- etSTANDARD Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine TANDAftD ORAHn SWiLl riOITt LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONe BALL BEARINO STAND WHEEL We ato manufacture Kwlng machlnr that regal from 1100 up The Standard Notary tuna M dknlthelick of a watch Slake oar rillchr while other machine make au to our local tlratcr or If there u M dater in your towu adJteu I THB Standard Sewing Mtchlit Ce 21 WIt First St Clnrlnnatl U S E Welch Jr Local Agent REPAIR THAT LOOM Boroo College has secured a market for homespun and homowoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress jeans blankets etc at follow lug prices Coverlids f 4 to JO Linen 40 to RO cents a yard Dross Linsoy HO cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 inchesincheswide and 21 yards 90 long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in person or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky Without Harness The best horse in the world is of little use With well made perfect Hllinf harness on ho becomes both 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 the main considera tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will moot requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was all iron T J Moberly Richmond Ky 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 HKiGINS Prop I UALITY EEN The Famous Shoos for Women Oxfords 250 Shoes 3QQ They Fit Wear amid Look WELL RICE ARNOLD Solo Agents for Madison County Main St Richmond Ky THE SIGN OF I GOOD TAILORING Here is the Oak Easel now on display at our store It contains the line of beautiful new spring tailoring samples sent us by STRAUSS BROS Chicago Good Tailor for 26 Year The Oak l3asel is the connecting link between the tailor and the faultlessly fin ished garments which give you so much pleasure to wear Its really a lesson in good clothes buying to see this great collection of tailoring novelties Price low and fitltfac lion dbiolutely cuttr r nteod Cell sooni t J J BRANNAMAN Agent Berea Kentucky un Sewing Wanted We are prepared to do all kinds of Sewing at Reasonable terms For particulars enquire of Misses Myrtle or Joe Lewis Bere Why pajrd to 100 per cent nlnivo factory price win n you can get tho Famous Regal Shoe for Iti per cent shove tho factorytoprice W A WILLIAMS Agent for Regal Shoe llcniiljr And Mrrnetli Aro desirable You aro strong and vigorous when your blood is pure Many nny most women fail to properly digest th6ir food and so bo come l1I1IIRllow thin and weak while tho brightness frcshucHH and beauty of the skin anti complexion depart Remedy thin unpleasant mil by eating nourishing food and taking a small dose of liorbino after each meal to digest what TOU have eaten BOo at EAST END DRUG COH LOUISVILLE I NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect Nor 16 1102 doing North Train 41111 y Leave lleiea H It III Arrive Hichmoud I f 2 n in Arrive Iorls f 05 a m Arrive Cincinnati 710811 lulnc North Train n Dully Leave llerea11 3U a in Arrive ifichmoud1210 n m Arrive Paris 8181 m Arrive Cincinnati 100 pm doing Houtli Train flatly L ave Heren J22 p m Arrive LilIIhlton2 18 p m doing tenth Train rally Leave Berea 11 to p in Arrive Livingston 1210 n m Trains No1 anti No fi make con nection at Livingston for Jollico strut tho South with No 21 trait No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent SAto the litril Ool Mrs Mary A Vlint NIIcllltlo Colo writes IboHovoBnllardsHorchound Syrup in superior to nny other cough nudiciup null will do all that it claimed for It amid it in BO pleasant to tnko My little girl wants to take it when oho hurts no newt for it Bnl lards Horuhound Syrup is tho great cure for nil pulmonnry ailments iifio hoc mud 107 at Kant End Drug COH flueOhioThrtu BtwiioiiH ofseven months ch are of Dental1It1OJ for This is tho first Dental toalucaSuraRtructors IH buildings arc modern anti well F adapted to tho requirements of modern dental Department of Dentistry education nnd HH clinics are unsurpassed Op tional Spring ninth Fall Courses in clinical instrucUniversity of Cincinnati tlon are also given H gtTFor further information nnd announce Artuuemolt address 11 H SMITU11 S Dean 113 Central Place Cincinnati Ohiosuit Court St Cincinnati U torGroceriesVegetables Fruits PRESTON CO and Candies Main Street Bores Ky Kydreenhouses Y LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO lee Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR PropI JrJ B etonamaa Wellsolected I stuck of NotionsIGroceries Dry Goods and Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry Paint Old Berea Red or any other color with HAMMAR Brand PAINT Bought of the EAST END DRUG CO They guarantee it