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JAMES M Independent Weekly Editor and blisherTHE CAnPnlto of the j HOMEfiltered at the rot lal FARM SCHOOL else maR 60 CENTS A YEAR l ISiVOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 10 1903 Fifty cents a year NO IDEAS I Self inspection is tho host euro for self esteem Common sow o is good sense about common things Tho way to have all you want is to towant only what you have time spent in complaining would often sullJco to romody tho evils romplaiuod of FROM THE WIDE WORLD A force of Americans in Mindanao kiliod a hundred Moros and wounded many others Fifteen hundred persons aro report od to have boon kllixl by an explosion in tho Canton arsenal powder factory in China Two Members of the Cuban Con gross fought a duel with swords ani pro than w slightly injured Tho British royal yacht Victoria and Albert with King Edward on board iworted by six cruisers sailed for Malta April 12 Col W F Cody Buffalo Bill was hurt at tho first performance of his show at Manchester England by his torso rearing and falling upon him The Roina Christina Spanish bat tleship sunk at tho battle of Manila wns rained and beached anti tho ski l ntons of eighty Spanish sailora wore found in the wreck IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The price of refined sugar has boon advanced ten cents a hundred pounds TonuosHoo will spend 10000 for a Tounwwoo exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Washington April 10Theaverage condition of winter wheat April was 173 against 787 on tho name date lasLyear President Roosevelt is forty miles away from his headquarters studying plant and animal life in Yellowstone Park Wyoming Andrew Carnegie has offered tho Public Library Board of Clei eland S2f 0000 for tho purpose of erecting seven branch libraries At a mass meeting in Schonoctady N Y resolutions were adopted in dorsing tho action of President Boos evelt in appointing negroes to ollico Tho wife of Booker T Washington Tuskegoos President was a guest of honor and speaker at a inoetitg of the Stato Federation of Womens Clubs at DorchoHtbr Mass From 1870 to 1902 the imports of this country have increased from 1136 000000 to 903000000 and the oxporbl from 1370000888 to f13515000000 In both imports and exports this coun try leads the world The Minnesota the largest vessel over launched in tho U S is launched today at Now London Conuocticut constructed for Pacific trade especi ally the transportation of troops The vessel is 630 loot long and carries 80 000 tons dead weight- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Trestle No 89 on tho Louisville Atlantic railroad near Panola Ky was destroyed by fire Tho April term of the Court of Ap peals convened this week at Frank fort with a large docket A freight wreck on tho L and N railroad near Mlllorsburg Ky ob structed the track for twelve hours The monument to bo erected to Oov Ooobels memory will cost fIK 200 and is to bo placed in tho State cemetery at Frankfort OF CO OF 3ist DAY Loans and discounts 119 071 Wi 2 Overdrafts a cured 813 70 3 Overdrafts unsecured Due from National BsnksS 3 CGI 28 ft Duo J U Duo from Trust Com Niuci S 7 Banking House and Lot 8 Other Ural Estate 9 Mortgages IOU S Bonds 11 Other and Bonds 1 12 Specie SU li Currency 01G- II Exchange for Clearings 2 260 01 15 Other Items as Cash 141 Iii 15 Furniture and Fixtures 812 09 17 Fund to pay Taxes IS Current Expenses Last Quarter I 1529 86 fibs 52 113 88 Give description location value and how IOllg OW II lit 011 roalostato ox ctpt banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years I r t L t t r T l t j j flro f Jr l r Total G9499 71 While trying to extinguish flames on a trestle on the Louisville At lactic railroad near Panola Ky Thomas Rice a telegraph operator was probably fatally overcome by heat At Cloyds Landing on the farm of J E Taylor an oil well is producing at the rate of 200 barrels dally Oil excitement still continues in Wolfe county also rich oil strikes are being made in Wildcat territory near Barboursville The Kentucky Oratorical Association elected C S Mollitt as president and H C Ford secretary both of Georgetown College The coming contest in 1901 will bo held at Lox ington Joseph Harris this years winner will represent the association in the interstate contest at Mont Tenn in June If you are a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and de sire a position you should at once en roll with the Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wideawake teachers agency In Uie West Dont put it off Write Immediately to BINKLCT BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is a graduate of Berea College was lor seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known hereEn For liver troubles and constipation Theres nothing better in creation Than Early Risers the fam ous little pills They always effect a cure and save doctor bills Little Early Risers aro different from all other pills They do not weaken the system but act as a tonic to the tissues by arousing the secretions and restoring the liver to the lull performance of its functions naturally For East End Drug Co QUARTERLY REPORT THE BEREA BANKING AT THE CLOSE I BUSINESS ON THE OF MARCH 1903 froniSbltellauksand- llankers Stocks carried eagle 1 Capital Stock paid in in cash15 000 00 2 Surplus Fund 500 00 3 Undivided Profits 2 471 51 I Duo Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to chock on which interest is not paid10 757 27 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid Domaudcortificateaofdo posits on which inter est is paidTime certificates of do posits on which inter est is paid 042 18 Savings deposits on which interest is paid Certified Checks 41 399 45 5 Due National Banks 6 Duo State Banks and Bankers 7 Due Trust Companies 8 Cashiers Checks oustanding 125 76 9 Bills rediscounted 10 Unpaid dividends 11 Taxes duo and unpaid 12 Capital Stock not pad- SUPPLEMENTAItY lllplicut amount of Indcbtcdneai ol any stockholder com or linn Including In the liab filly ofthecompany orflrai the the uiemton thereof directly or Indirectly If luch Intlcbtcdueu earned 10 per rent ol itock actually paid ohurplulllItlu f Nout J llotr lilmlebUMntMiUted In above fItem mired e Section M3 Kentucky Stat 3 Illnheit amount nt ImlrMeilneu of any director or ollleer If amount of inch ImtcbtrdnfM cicwd lo rent of paid up capital stockof lank None Section 53 Kentucky Stat How Is tame acurcd 6 Ikxi amount of Indebtedness of company or firm Ineluding In the of the lIabllllyollheItllllceod 30 cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If 10 state amount of such Indeb tedness S0 Amount of last dividendV 00 7 Were all cxi niM losses Interest nml lazes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and wan not leas than per lent of net roOIi of the batik for the period ravened by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said divi lend was Yes Section 5W Kenluckyltat Total fiD 499 71 l5SCounty W H Porter Cashier of The Bores Banking Co a bank located and doing business in the Town ofBerea In said county being duly swornz sate that the foregoing roport i81u all respects a true statement or the condition or tho said Bank Bt the e lushness on tho 31st day or March 11103 to the beat of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business or said bank has boon transacted at the location not elsewhere anti that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st lay of March 1903 as the day on which such report shall be made fl Subscribed and sworn to before me by WII Porter W ii PORTER Cashier the 4th day of April 1903 E T FISH Director E T FISH Notary PublloJ BunnETTE Director P CORNELIUS Director WHERE ARE THE EYES that aro perfect in structure and func tion Not one pair in a thousand aro free from defects of some kind Some are g1aaPCsistemporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES willcorrectdefocts A test will do cide what must be done It is made here free of cost eyeglassesple cases immediately T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Do to our very line gcomes asked profits cover losses in direct STREETS MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in a manner at rea sonable prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed RICHMOND Ky Corner of Main Collins Street DR M E JONES ct JC Office Over Printing office i Office to end the HOTEL i Fittedup Meals Board and pricesSecond House Richmond Ky R G ENGLE OGG GROCERIESand DRY GOODS Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent Banner Cream OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL M M M MI M M M frM foIItilI I IIIIIII MM IS Read This Please sellallourpositionenables us to buy to great advantage and to sell for the smallestprofit possible Best value in Spring Suits at 650 8 10 specialsatisfaction i Covington and Banks tEERYTIIING WORN BY MAN OR BOYIIo N1 h3 I Id i 10 h4i I I FN3 F i i F F FK SUBSCRIBEThe 1Kentucky CitizenllFIFTY CENTS A YEAR 9 N for We not fail ibuying were anentirenewatockttoLook Out see Ilowest prices in evoryCIShoesWecome i you are not to pay Dress Goods largo to White Goods and i IOurPercalesSUIts endless Bought from order and fit guar placedMattlngs lowanprices IiLACKEY HAMILTONAND FIRST RICHMOND KY workmanlike b- yGOLDEN FLORA and Dentist Days Wednesday of week- GARNET Prop CO for Bread f 1250 15A 1 t nn I Madison County Roller Mills I I E111IHd411 + f Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i hard to beat i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent FlourIpIIII l biIl b i Potts Duerson r Whites Station Ky f i f ITREGISTERED NO 14223 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Phone Phone Duroc Jersey Boar at my home in Berea Ky for tho spring season of 1903 at 50 cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog duringtheby some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndon J M Iu If Its From Joplins Its A full line of FURNITURE always on hand We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when in Richmond OAKPETB and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY IDay 47 73 66 EARLY Good JOe SI JOPLIN Richmond Ky i w I THE CITIZEN I to give to the county casting the Inrg est number of votes Jefferson except WHO WILL BE WINNERS I ellthe privilege of sending two teachers to the fair at its expense the most popular teacher and the second teacherFree mailed to every Most Popular Teachers teacher in the state whose name It was possible to obtain the plan In de tall and It will be read to his or her EXHIBIT ASSOCIATIONS 010 OFFER school If In session now or when opened during the summer The con test will not close until every school the state has had a chance to vote Ono to He Elected From Roryinro fcssor II V McChosney state su County In the StaleFull of public instruction hasthopedulendentof the IMaii Description of thisendorsement to flugwenKrinucky to and has Issued a letter to tho KxpusttloncontestErected at school teachers of the state suggesting that they read to their schools the details of tho plan and Who Is the most popular school In the contest teacher In this countTho contest Is not confined to tho The Kentucky Exhibit association public school teachers of the state wants to know and this week puts on however Every educator Is eligible foot a plan for finding out Whoever to election whether teaching in pri It may be ho or sho will be given a vato or public school or whether a frcotrlpto tho Louisiana Purchase Ex member of the faculty of an academy position In St Louis next year the college or university Tho medical association paying every expense In dental and theological Institutions eluding railroad transportation to and may also enter their teachers In the from St Louis six days board at one contest The Catholic schools of the of the best hotels In the Mound City state ate also expected to vote and in and admission six days to the Worlds this way the contest will prove one of Fair This Is an opportunity that the most Interesting perhaps ever con should appeal to every educator In the ducted In the commonwealth state The exposition will be the great To give the public and school chil cst International event of the kind dren an Idea of the building Into the ever held the Worlds Fair at Chicago erection of which their dimes and dol In 1893 not excepted One entire build lars will go after the school teachers ing Is devoted to education and In it expenses are paid the association Kentucky will have 2500 square feet herewith presents a cut of the Ken of space This alone Is a sufficient at tucky building It will cover an area traction for cchool teachers but every of 138 feet by 108 feet Including building will hold out an Inducement porches and verandas the building to all visitors so the entire six days proper being 97 feet by 02 feet The to be spent on the grounds will be one exterior is symmetrical and wellbal valuable series of lessons that could anced In the classic style of architec not be learned elsewhere ture and Is rlciily decorated Entirely The Wan of the Exhibit association surrounded by porches and verandas by which tho most popular school entrances are on all four sides with teacher In every county In Kentucky the broad sides of the building empha will be given ths trip to the exposi sized by great massive porches which tion is set forth in detail In our ad arc flanked with sculpture groups vertising columns It contemplates symbolical of mines forestry manu the selection of the most popular factures anti agriculture and horticul teacher by a vong process that gives ture Tho feature of the Interior Is to every school child in the state his the large reception hall 50 feet by or her parents sisters brothers aunts feet with a bard wood floor Along and uncles a chance to participate In the walls of the hall exhibits will be the election The right of franchise placed In the floor will bo a marble is denied no one in this Interesting mosaic center piece about 20 feet contest square showing the counties of Ken Beginning at once the association lucky in different colored marbles will receive at Its headquarters in wwo Louisville votes in ballots of ten each A border design will give this a rug Everybody Is Invited to vote on the elect as beautiful when viewed ballot to be clipped from the plan In through the lightwell from tho sec another column of this issue There and floor as from the first The stair ten spaces for votes each vote repre way leading to the second floor and seating ten cents School children may four smaller rooms in the four corners form clubs of ten each and send one used for gentlemens reception and ref dollar to time association and thereby tiring room check and custodians cast ten votes for their favorite teach rooms take up the balance of tho first er This privilege Is also offered to floor The second floor Is similar to the public in general It Is possible In the first and will bo for ladles with fact desirable for ono person to cast the exception of having the rooms ar ten votes at a time by writing his or ranged at one end so that they can bo her name across tho ten spaces and used as one large banqueting room An attractive balustrade encircles timeone dollar to tho associa tlonlightwell In tho center Over tho The association does not require tho large reception hall will bo a third signature of any voter but is especial floor level with the roof of the second ly anxious to have all school children story A small space on this floor sign their names plainly so they may will be reserved for a serving room make therefrom list of thousands which communicates with the first and and thousands of the coming men and second floors by a dumb walter The women of Kentucky for enrollment In remainder of the floor will be used tho Kentucky building to be erected as a roof garden and will bo made as at the exposition open as possible to connect with the All of the money derived from this outer galleries formed of the roofs of plan over and above the expense of the porches The roof above the third the most popular teachers of tue state Poor the main roof will also be ac will go towards tho erection of the cessible For neighbors the Kentucky Kentucky building at the fair Those building will have California on one voting In this contest will thus have side and Minnesota on the other fac the satisfaction of knowing that they ing Iowa and Now Mexico have not only assisted In the election of their favorite teacher but have SKY FULL OF WONDERS contributed no little to the movement One is fairly dazzled by the incom S that will result In the most successful parable splendors of tho ceremonies representation ever given the state at planned for Thursday April 30 at tho an exposition of this kind Worlds Fair St Louis When con The Kentucky building at the fair gress postponed the exposition to 1904 will cost about 30000 and if the in provision was made for a celebration terest hoped for by the association is of the 100th anniversary of the Louis displayed In this school teachers pop Lana Purchase and the dedication of ularity contest tnere will be no trou the Worlds Fair buildings The cere ble in erecting th handsome structure monies on April 30 and May 1 and 2 of out of the dimes and dollars of the this year are planned In obedience to school children and the public In gen that law President Roosevelt and eral There IP no school child in the cabinet the judges of the supreme state that Is not able to cast ono vote court the diplomatic corps governors in tho contest and many doubtless of states three famous bishops and will cast scores of votes many other distinguished men are to The contest is under the immediate bo present Former President Cleve supervision of the educational com land will deliver the principal address mittee of the association of which There will be monster parades of tho Professor II C Brownell of Louisville military numbering 10000 men and is chairman Associated with Profes civic parades of 30000 or more Tho sor lirowncll on tho committee are glorious festivities of each day will be some of the states best known edu followed by tho grandest fireworks cators None of them however will spectacles ever set oft Seats for 30000 be eligible to election In this contest people in a grandstand 800 feet long It should be borne in mind that ev have been arranged and tho ery county selects its own favorite display will cover a stretch fireworksI teacher To stimulate interest how over half a mile long Tho ever tho association has determined to be ono of splendor t- I t U OF C 4 BEREA 0 Last Saturday aftoinoon the Uni versity of Cincinnati baseball team tiofcnteil Berca College team by u score of 4 to 0 in ono of the cleanest and roost gentlemanly played games over soon on tho Uerea College athletic field Tim following report of time ollicial scorer tolls tho story in de tail Ciuti Unity nb hhlhn o po r Reidas4 02201vi4 000000Kirktmtrick cf4 220001Holland 2b1 0 2 H 0 2 Dancer od 111020Best 8b4 000010Box Hi 4 0 0 1 02 0 Schmilt If1 0 a 0 1 Smith p8 0 1 C 0 2 0 85 31112 1 2t 1 Boron nb bh lba e po r Jenks lba 010000Fish 881 005110Cane cf 3 110010Judd 2b8 008200Ramsey p3 000210Iercella rr1 000220Hunt If 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ernst eI 002020Burdetlo 8b8 002020 29 1 2 11 7 19 0 Two bnso Hit Kirkpalrick Dan hyHumRtyHoid Stolen Bases Heid Kirkpal rick Schmitt Umpire Dr Davis Time Ono hour nud forty live min THE LOYAL TEMPERANCE LEGION For time next few weeks we shall print the names of those who have bo come members of the Loyal Temper ance Legion of America by signing the following pledge- I promise to try my best Never to drink anything that can make mo drunk 2 Never touse tobacco or cigarettes a Neverto uso bad words Meredith Gnbbnrd sends in tho following list of names of children of his school who have signed this pledge Uo also sends greet ingH to all his Berea teachers and friends and adds I can never forgot their friendship old what Beroa has done for ate- Harrison Mason Julio Mason Clay Mason Charley Baker Chester Baker Alice Baker Nettle Baker Minnie Chandler Rosa Chandler Corn Green Letcher Gabbard Dopsio Green Maggie Gabbard Bettie Gabbard Elmer E Gabbard A MORMON STORY Hjr REV J U XITrINU Sec IUh ioilMission While in Salt Lake City tho follow ing story was told the writer by a pastorA boy was playing in bis back yard In the next yard a little friend of his was peeping through the fence and talking to him Suddenly the second boy saidUI wish I had a papa all my own liko you hove My pa only just calls on ma That was a boys estimate of polygamy It was the wail orn little heart defrauded of its birthright to a fathers love and a fathers daily care by the twin relic of barbarism that still exists in Utah It is a touch of nature that ought to make uall tho world kin in bringing the day of annihilation upon this aw ful fraud Tho Mormon authorities have been compelled to acknowledge 1rJjcases of men who are living in suchrelations whose families can hardly number less than 15000 souls old anti young How mauy little wails like the above are there in Utah voiced and unvoiced I Walk Without Crutch I wet much afflicted with sciatica writes Ed C Nud lowaville Sedg wick Co KansII going about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was induced to try Dullards Snow Liniment which relieved me I used three boa bottles It is the greatest liniment Iover used have recom mended jt to a number of persons all express themselves being beuefitted by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 25c roc and 100 at East End Drug Cos West End Meat Market i For Fresh Meats Salt Moats Sliced Ham Lard Sausage Vegeta bles etc Highest price for Country Produce R H ROYSTON Phone li Opposite Blcknell h Early DeWftts HIt= r SalvIFor Piles Burns lorI THE HOME DONT TAKE YOUR TROUBLES TO BED You rosy labor your fill frlciul of mluc It you will You may worry a lilt you must YOII may treat your attain am crier of arcs You may live on Mnip and a crust Hut when the 11ta done put It out ul your head Dont take your troubles 1011 You may hatter your way through the thick ol the fray You may iirral you mny tve ar you may grunt You boa Jack tool II you mint but thli rule ShoilM rvcr be kept at the front Dont tight with your pillow but lay down your head ml kick every woulment out of the bed That blend or that foe which he In dont know Vlme name wo have rpoketi ai Douth IIoversrlo to your side while you ruaor yen ride And he envies tho warmth of your bivulh lint ho lurns him awaywltha ohake of hi head When he finds that you dont take your trouble to tie- dEuvmulAECooK In The Saturday Even lug 1ost RELIGION Creeds change All outward forms cal themwlrrs- Bnerod groves temples and churches Kite slid rot and fall Itace and nations And tho various tongue ol men Come mad go situ are Uerorded numbered And fontotlen ID the repetition And the drift Of many agra Alloutward clrcumilanrri May be dlRVrvnt Hut there lives noman Nor ever lived one Who In the Mltnre of hIs heart Keeling his need Has lint crlnt out Shapingomepayer Tu the unchanging Cod IAlt KKITKR In McdureV THE SCHOOL LETTERS TO TEACHERS NO IX Eyes and Ears Book learning is valuable but it is only one kind The training that ono rosy have in the fields null woofs by tho use of ouofl senses i perhaps more valuable There in no boy or girl in tho country who is not stir rounded by corM oC intereslingtltiugs- just as interesting us any that are written about in time readers Thn teacher can arouse groat interest in tho plant and animal world if ho knows how The student in the spring timo may be watching for tho first wild flowers and for the birds that first make their apponrnuco Ho can find out in what order tho birds appear They need not know tho n maid fur Children Tho pleasant to take and harmless Ono Minute Cough Curo gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe becausoitdooa not pass immediatelyntothestomachbuttakofl effect right nt the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and euros permanently by enabling tho lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifo suetaining oxygen to the blood and tissues For sale by East End Drug Co m Laughlin FountainPen IITHC PEER OF ALL PEN8 AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST GRADE UK GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE POPULAR STYLES FOR ONLY lOSUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT S3 The Laughlin Fountain Pen Holder Umadeof fin eitdualily hard rubber U gratlelarKeof OilY desired Itealbtaty perfectfetding Either style richly kold mounted presentation purpose I 1161 eatsyou will no1 be able to secure anything tbtu Ion the price that will give arch continuous pleasure and service For Sate by EAST END DRlJG CO ierea Kentucky llerblne Cares Fevor and Ague A dose will stop a chill a continuance always cures Mrs Wm M Stroud Mldlolhlan Texas May 31 1899 writes We have used Herbino in our family for eight years and found it the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe billions fever anti Malaria GOo at EAST END Dnuo Co scientific names nor oven tho common names If they nro familar with the flowers hints und insects they willI find out tho names sooner or later They may notice whore tho birds build their nests tho material used tho shape of the nest lull its location in tho tree or on tho ground Thou they may examine the nest nud eggs but should ho taught to respect tho saurodnoss of the littlo homo thus es tablished There nro ninny stories of birds plants and animal lift in tho numerous renders nod supplementary books tint nro published anti sold very cheaply Every teacher should supply herself with enough of those to enable her to have on hand n con stunt supply of fresh material Sho should use this as n guide in teach ing In this way sho can direct tie minds of tho children to see tho lifo and beauty around them Country children are often at n great disadvantage in the mustier of compauioiiHhip but this may bo mow that componcutwl by tho greater nil vantages of country lifo But thoro is needed saute wise person who will take tho timo and pains to direct thorn in becoming acquainted with the things that aro so easily yet so seldom discoveredThe insect lifo abounds with interest Every Ixwaud bug lies its history It unit its lifo mission and in bent upon its fulfillment How many little tragodit nro enacted under our eyes without seeing tlium The subject of imitation in plant and nuhnal for self protection dial lenges our wonder and admiration Call the childrens attention to tho color of tho tree toad the katydid anti the grasshopper and let them seo tho wiMJom of the Creator in tluwo hum ble creatuios Nature study is lull nite in variety and never palls upon us J W DiNsuonu THE FARMlEVERYBODYS GARDEN For rhubarb or pieplant the bwt soil will ho either rich clay or heavy anti loam Tho loamy soils are Ixvtt i but lacking these then take unit best Plow deeply and work to host invisi ble condition Turn under plenty of manure and also top dress heavily and work into tho soil well before set ting the roots out Furrow out tho ground four feet apart each wily or mark it and dig holes with n spade un SPECIAL PRIZES Mrs Sarah D Lane of Boston Mass a friend of Berea College and a largo purchaser from the Home spun Department has offered two special prizes for blankets Woven in a pattern to bo either real intidifor and bark green or light walnut and light indigo let prize 5800 2nd prize 200 Writo to Mrs Hottio Wright Graham Heron Ken tucky for exact colors and size PRODUCTS OF THE HAND Tho Young Womens Christina Association will hold n fair of Products of tho Hand on Saturday April 2T Proceeds to be used in sending two or more delegates to Ashvillo Sumner Conference of tho Y W C A Articles mado by hand or other girt maybe sent to tho Ladies Hall Borea Ky marked IIllor the Young Worn ona Christian Association and will be promptly acknowledged anti caret for until the time of tho exhibit Pour feet each way is as close RII it ought to bo sot Tho roots ono year old may bo obtained of any of the seed or nurserymen Sot tho roots deeply covering all but just thucrown Firm tho toil well anil cultivate an soon us through sotting Tho first HOiwon tho tops will not grow largo enough to prevent cultivation nearly I the whoto Hanson through mind n catch crop of beans bootn carrots etc may Iw grown botwron the rows if desired Sot out tho plmlts as early us possible to give them till benefit of tho cool weather and 1110151 yell of early spring Do not pick Hiiy stalks tho first yearrnor allow any to go to nowl roots of desirable varieties aro obtain ublo UHO them to propogiito from Di vio the clumps leaving two or throw good eyes or buttons to each division Sot them same as young plants In tho fall n heiuy coat of anions should Iw spread all over tho ground and lio through tho winter to bo workod in tho following spring GROWINO AmMiunrs Select tho wnnniwt sminUst poll jou have Abel tered west and north if possible A southern slope is best but at all uvnnlH give It the nil clay sun unob structed hIIhRllo trees A light moderately rich soil U desirable hut tho ground before planting out should ha freed from all rubbihb rw sticks stoiiofl etc Plow the ground deeply using plenty of manure If only n small bed for family nest IHot then limn rows nevi not bo over two reel apart by ono foot in tutu row For field culture furrow tho ground four to fill tent apart letter tho latter I think driving back and forth with the plow After this clean out the trench with shovel eight to tutu itirhw deep Thu plant should besot 21 to 80 inches apart in tho rows nnd it In good practice to leave n slight mound in tho Irattom of the trench where tho plants nro to Ixi eeL The roots grow- ullllmIIHhnIMII stud whim netting out tutu plant should sit Hjuarvly on tho mound and thu roots allowed to full naturally into place Sot in fresh j worked soil mutt moisten tho rooU before planting Avoid uxpomiro to wind and sun filling in sulliciont noil weld finned down to cover the rootHIand hold them firmly in plnco The remainder of filling in may then IHI done with plow or V shaped scraper Various ways will HiiggHtthi m lv but deep covering eight to ton iiichiw will give best results J E MDUII t 4IMPORTANT 1 Time Control of Pupils is tho titlo of n handbook for tcnctltlrIC by Arlnnd D Weeks of thu State Norqial school at Valley City N D ProC Weeks during the rxhooly ear of 110102 wax Professor of EugliHh Literature at Heron College nod tho scholarly methods by which ho carried on nil his work showed him to IHI tho eminently fitted to write a treatise onf r ways of holding the ntudontH mitten tion and inipiriiii him with n desire for study Mr Weeks decries tho nn cidnt methods of discipline which rot ter the student with innumerable rules and points out clearly that this only belittles tho student own selfreli i ance and fits him hut meagerly forI4 the timo when ho must depend himself Thu thing to IMI attaint Is to create n desire for work in tho slum dent and then rules will bo useless as time student will govern himself This handbook will find favor with marry teachers nnd will to used along withsuch hooks an Tho Point of Contact by Dubois Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young neon and Domestic Scienco for young Ladies Trade Schools Ccrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses loading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Coarse Four years fitting for College for business and for life College Course Literary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaure ate degrees TheoryWe Christian ode cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay n small incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 Weeks may bo brought within 2400 about ir to bo paid in advance The School is endorsee by Baptists Clirilltianll Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians tumid good people of all denominations For INFORMATION address Ihs WILL C GAMBLE eBerea Madison County Ky 7 I I THE CITIZEN d COiiiO1Conri than n lllhlf of the lwliandmtJmilfkulienvitalstag IlIutioll or if nut rtluvrd If1Il Ixmsllpahslratrenr cuuMnlIliro ii allowing IKjiwmoiM filth to remain in his rdiefdoaetltcontusion mica and nianv other nil ratrlbowellaqllnrtlleltll cmisti Thwl tllOroultIcirullianti nnttiril iimiiner without tho- lurlfillVi of calomel or other vio lent cathartics lie sent that you get the origi nal ThiilfonlH lillick Iraugld niatlo byIhc elmtlllllllO4 Jlwli clnl Co ball druggists iu 25 cent and II 00 ackugtii OIIllooallihlotIm J trt I aoirr u nr rktldm ay Mhrr latitlir think I mild firr abl la week rllkott U on srruinlof brlnir IraiklMl nltk rnmllrdloi tour MrdlrUt U falllLst InpaBn lrFAglIND IDR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky antI A man of wide acquaintance and good address to represent in Beroa ono ot the oldest best and cheapest accident and health insurance com panies in existence Five hundred ilollnni 100 In case of death six dollars per week in caHo of accideit Nix dollars week in caso of sick ness Thn combined rost is only two dollars 2 per year No nfisosimonta orlhulll nllloperrtCt identification free Big commission Write at onto to- W E Smith State agent lt East Main fitntt Lexington making twentyfive dollars weekly Vote for Your Choice FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID Fchooi children and public grurtalljr lilted to tole to pupaarIntroll much tin cut at one lime All money over and IxmUtln rsprnws of teach ers la go into erection of the Kentucky liulldlue it the Kx o Every voter thaI gIron aalisfactlon of Lnowlll aworlhyauae and Important been the acme time a foroilte tricber has received recognition Cnuteit con ducted auspice of IMucalIonit t Corn mlttra of Isblblt isolation the sanitation loimrtl to nlse liooxj fora Kentucky Urlldrnr and full producahavingfailedlion livery educator In the taiewbetIirtmaeIim la nub lie or private ifaor1 OaftomentatRepodttoualaceof IMuotlon The Hipotlllon II tol lhe lett Intrrtnllonil oftit III the worlds 11ITory The teachera chowu will be ludmlln being lemlrreil thi to the Ialrcounty elect It s own most popular educator The count omnldeofleaeroncutlogthelarart- umnterof vutcswlll be allowed to scud two leacherutie inotl 11 most fiopular THE TOTES WILL BE TO CUTS EtCh TIt tOXSTITCTISO A IULLOT AttcncentaeaclicTtryKhoolcbtlilln the State trill t coble tort nt least one vote for bla or her fjvontc teacher Hut Ibe rotlnp will not be conCncU to Kbool cblldrcn riniTH OP rrrtLS on AST or Tiirm rnirjiiis MAT Tour The purpose or the Ataoei alien tx Injr torlret the tuott popular school teacher In each coumilyasuocoeIderedby the public f1upllJlname on space ting one dollar Itinmotrequlredlimit Ibe name ol the peraon voting be given at all All ofthe Ktucri lor votennam a t left blank The Attoclatlon want however to enroll rn tbe Kentucky llul t jf at HI Louis nut ur the name of child who eat one or more votes In the conical rupiu are afLciltbcefjietoalcDll clrDamei plainly to ballots IncludelIlOIIdthe city fur U daya and admission lo time expontlon ouiid for six day TMBCC PAHTirS 1TILI UK int IT TOOK THK MOST romAU TIHrnCIM to make the trip UOfC pculluhle and more enjoyable liach of these parties will couiut of forty teacher Tilil ouM snake a total ol l but aa there lire only 11e counties In Kentucky the Aocl tol its decided to allow two to cheruthe moat 1pu1ar and the sec rod anal Ipularto go- romlluteountyJcircraon empirdwlddl cull greatest numbCrtivole1n the contest ALL TKACIttUS H Till KT 2 KTAM OX AV FOWL FOOTISO in this contcat The la pacb than the teacher with fin or Ix tlmu i i tn aytitrolledInItotherchual1etvusclImevoting U not confined to children The public llUbcauluiporUntrjrtorVotes person who taught school rtiirlnft inoi or It teaching now Thia flvra the teacher DIG five wblcleclosed inNovemberorDecauaegtheopportuni y to be voted for during the vacatlou pcfloJ ANT xranta or HAIIOTK wr BE CAST AT ONE TIME Three Isnollmnit The moreldol- n tnt J for on r one t aclicr the more voi s he cr ithe will be ctcdtte1 with ON1 TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWHNTV VOTItSi THRKf I OLLAr CASTar4RTYVOTI1 IJlOUH lOtLAHHCAt T IOMTY VOTKSi IlVK DOILAKt t STH VOTKSt TUN Itt CASTS A IIUNUKUD VoTtaj aNte IlUNUUUa 0111RSCAITe0N1t THOUSAND v1U All of the money received inthis contest over and above that uIII In defraying expense oh flit HI mOlt popular leeches of lerVaoi their tilpalo the Worlua po for the errc lim rf a Kentucky 1rt t ar ut i10 every voter In this coatett may have tbe add tint of knifing flat hs has Dldd a worthy cause TILE STUDIO OP toE COXTCS7AXTS WILL DE rillXTED mEOlTSTLT In each county to mrhltor her friends how the race U pelngnin Decln vutlnir now toe our school cher The votca wilt be Counted under the of the Educational Kxhlblt Committee he Auoclallon The Knonutaofndscommittee aafollowai ITof II n llrownell loult e Chllrmanl neqYnokfortlltorRPIlatleckLoulsrlileiProfwni- i trtnolomew Xoulivlllc 1rof I Pant Ander cnIealnRtoni Dr Chase Palmer Oanvlllei free- ftrutwIJiamDinwiddleI L onUrWOI1rostMersaDrIIIt1luntoonLouisville Dr L V Mulllna Louisville 11r Arthur Yager Oeoryelowu Kuprrlntendent M A Caisljy Lex ton ritiperlnlcndent In 1rocce Irankfottj Irol Crabbr Ashland Prof McIIenry oodt Owensboru T a Alec BellevuesTrof C Cherry Ilowlln Green t Prof Knoa fleet1ouurilleirthlotlles IIII1 Louisville j Mra Ilrncken IxjiiUvllle and Mr a II Tucker Louisville Member of the Educational Commtltee are not eligible to election In t contest JIKXEMBEB ETEDT COfTTT ELECTS ITS OWN FATOHITE TEACHER Competition between rtifttlca onl aolla to lor math trip the outside of casting the JjiKeat total nutnberorvoteS einRgronledtimedtsttncttonofsendingIwoteachetsd be result will be announced a congratu 1W jiearawill no to the teacher elected lneachcounty aler the itrtnlla of the trip will be rngnL rnch chosen being given the rtvilega sclcetlux the moutbJane July or- u 4 tvqIn which he or she wauts to make tlic trip CUP OUT TillS CALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 73Q1teorl na the most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR JvNCLOSRD loco10ct1LCrM 10c 1oc- r- rR oe 10e loclocbOc10cAaiocUtlon wane nil achnol children Yo1 ehn their eKs1h Itthe I of senditrg Lana direct to the tjccrelary of the Asaoctatlon or to the l papcrfh auge Iprtll or J toorder or In currency amoney lt It IlIIrItUS secrctnry Louisville Ky THE SUNDAY SCHOOI LESSON III SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 19 Text of the Leuoa Horn xlll 714 Memory Vrrara n Itt OiilJen Text llnni xlll Coinnicntury Prepared lir Her U II Hlrmrim- Copyrlfht by American Press Ataotlallon Ilender therefore to oil their dun tribute to whom tribute li due cuatom to whom cuatom fear to whom four honor to whorl honor After nRgurliiK us of our high and holy place In the love of God through the gift of Ills dear Son nnd thnt iioth lug elm MiRMlhly Hopnrnto tm tlierefroin and tolling tin In chuptcrH Ix to xl pf lode iincliniiglni purpose coui rulii Israel he then entreats us from chap ter xII uiiwurd to let Ooll have our whole hvliiK thnt by a rlKliteotm life which lie will live In those who are yielded to lie way make Himself known to others Subjection to the hewers thnt bo cheerfully paying trlb ute anti tin it rendering respect an for clKnera would In a country where they are temporarily abiding these things Christians should gladly do because they ore citizens of heaven and thus command the country to which they belongS no man anything but to love one another for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law Some one has said that love U the law Itself lu manifold action tin obll gallon never fully discharged Love Ie seen perfectly only tu Christ never lu sinful mortals If any think that they have seen It perfectly In some redeemed one let them consider such in the light of I Cor sill 47 and also con seder one of Mr Spurgeons definitions of slit us anything that the Lord Jesus would not think or tiny or do or bless If one should ask Where tbou 1s the perfect low which casteth out fear I John Ir 18 one answer would be There eon be no fear while abiding In Ills perfect love I Thou halt love thy neighbor aa thyself Love workelh no III to his neigh bor therefore love la the fulfilling of the lawThese commands deal with our treat uncut of our neighbor for we can prove our love to God the sum of the tint four commandments Mutt zzll 30 m only by our love to our neighbor He that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen how can he love God whom he hath not seen I John Ir 20 Love Is always kind studies to please cuniiot Injure socks not Its own welfare tint but rather the welfare of others therefore cannot engage In any pursuit or business which would 1m poverish others while enriching Itself 1L And that knowing the time that now It la high time to awake out of deep for now la ouraalvatlon nearer than when believedThe are written to believers those who by faith lu Christ are saved have passed from death to life and yet to be asleep and talk in their sleep Isa xxix 10 Ivl 10 margin The tendency of believers to sleep both under time most glorious and the most awful circumstances Is seen In 1etcr James and John on the Mount of Traiu Uguratloii and lu Gethsemnue Luke Iz 3J xzll 45 40 showing how utterly foreign even to redeemed people heav only things are and how unable we are to grunt them Samson asleep In the lap of IXlllab shows hew the strongest are apt to be overcome by the things of this world and Jonah asleep in the storm while time heathen captain and sailors called upon their gods Is a wonderful picture of the church asleep to such commands as Mitrk xvi 15 while the blind zeal of the heathen should put us to shame The night la tar ipent the day is at hand Let ua therefore cut off the work of darkness and let us put on the armor of lightIt strange to those who boast of the progress of the century to speak of this being still the worlds ulghtvbut It Is even so und the day will not dawn till the morning star appear and then the sun Itcv nil 10 Mat Iv 2 When lie said Ye arc the light of the world Matt v 14 He certainly meant that the world needed sight and was there fore In darkness The progress Is like that of Calu and is not progress In or toward righteousness for the whole world still Ueth lu the wicked one I John v lU Believers are children of the light and of the day I Theca v C Iud woltlug for the day to dawn for only then will our full salvation come to which we are drawing nearer every day as stated In the last verse IX Put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ and make not provision fonthe flesh to fulfil the luats thereof The believer is said to receive Christ John I 12 and also to put on Christ Gal III 27 and to be in Christ I Cor i 30 but in whatever way our rela thou to Christ is spoken of the fact Is recognized that the old man the self life la still lu us and is to be persist ently reckoned dead or put off Rom vi 11 Eph Iv 22 24 Col III 010 II Cor Iv1011 We are to have no con fidence in the flesh to worship God In time Spirit and rejoice In Christ Jesus Phil Ill 3 We arc to have the mind of Christ Jesus and as He never pleased Himself so we If filled with Ills Spirit will oat live unto ourselves In any selfish way Phil II C tow n3There is no salvation for any sinner or any kind of a sinner except by the blood of Christ apart from any works of ours Horn iv Tit ill C so the life that Is expected from us cannot be lived by un but must be lived by Christ In us without our help We yield ourselves to Him amid Ho lives the life and works the works Gal II 20 Phil II 13 Whatever Is done It Is Ills work lag working In us Ills good pleasure Col 30 I Cor xv 10 II Thess 11 that God In all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever Amenl I Pet Iv 11 n A Sweet DrenthIla a never failing n stomach When the breath is bad the stomach in out oflorder There is no remedy In the world equal to Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspepsia and nil stomach disorders Mrs Mary F Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been dyspeptic for years tried all kindsof remedies butcontinued to grow worse By the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking fw butt lee am fully restored in weight health andlltrlnglhand can eat what ever I like Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet For saloby Est End Drug Co A STUDY IN SCAM By A CONAN DOYLE PART ONE Being a reprint from the reminiscence of John U Watxon M D late of the army null ire detriment I next called upon Mine Chnrpan tier continued tho detective I found her very palo nnd distressed Her laugh- torsyaslitthoroom tOOOil uncommon too Sho WIIH looking rod about the eyes and her lips trem bled as I Fpoko to her That didnt capo lilY notice I began to smell n rat You know the fooling Mr Sherlock Holmes when you como upon tho right scenta kind of thrill in your nerves lave you hoard of the mysterious death of your Into boarder Mr Enoch J Drab ber of Cleveland I asked Tho mother nodded Simo didnt lrem ablo to gut out n word Tho daughter burst into tears I felt morn than over thnt these people knew Bomuthiug of tho matterAt what oclock did Mr Drebbcr leavo your house for the train I asked At 8 oclock situ said gulping in her throat to keep down her agitation ills secretary Mr Stnngerson said that there were two trains ouo at OIL and ono at 11 Ho was to catch the first And was that tho last which you aaw of him A terrible change cnino over tho wo mans face as I asked the question Her features turned perfectly livid It was some seconds before sho could Hot out the second word Yes and when it did como it was in n husky unnatural tone Thcro wan sllenco for moment nnd then the daughter spoke in n calm clear voice No Hoot can over como of falsehood mother sho said Let us bo frank with this guntlenmu Ve did see Mr Drob bcr again God forgive you cried Mme Charpeiiticr throwing up her hand nnd sinking back in her chair You have murdered your brother Arthur would rather that wo spoke tho truth tli girl answered firmly You hail best tell mo nil about it now I said IInlf confidences nro worse than none Besides you do not know how much we know of it On your head bo it Alice cried her mother nnd thou turning to mo I will tell yon nil sir Do not imagine that my agitation on behalf of my son arises from my fear lost ho should have hail n hand in this terrible affair Ho is utterly innocent of it My dread is however that in your eyes amid in tho eyes of others ho may npenr to bo cone promised That however is surely im possible His high character his profes sion Ida antecedents would all forbid it u Your best way is to make a clean breast of tho facts I answered De peed upon It if your sum is innocent ho will 10 none tho worse Perhaps Alice you had bettor leave us together she said and her daughter withdrew Now sir sho con tinued I hind no intcntidn of telling you all this but since my poor daughter has disclosed it I have no alternative leaving onco decided to speak I will tell you nil without omitting any par ticular It is your wisest course said I Mr Drcbltcr has boenwithns nearly three weeks Ho and his secretary Mr Stniigcrson had been traveling on tho continent I noticed n Copenha gen label upon each of their trunks showing that that hind boon their last stopping place Stnngorson was a quiet reserved man but his employer I nm sorry to say was far otherwise Ho was coarse in his habits and brutish iu his ways Tho very night of his arrival ho became very much tho worse for drink and linked after 12 oclock in tho day ho could hardly evemdio said to bo sober Isis manners towara tho maidservants wore disgustingly free and familiar Worst of all ho speedily assumed time same attitude toward my daughter Alice amid spoke to her more than once in n way which fortunately sho is too innocent to understand On one occa sion ho actually seized her in his arms mid embraced herRu outrngo which caused his own secretary to reproach him for his unmanly conduct But why did you stand nil this I asked I suppose that you can got rid of your boarders when you wish Mrs Clnrpentier blushed nt my per tinent question Would to Ood that I had given him notkoon tho very day ho came she said But it was a soro temptation They wero paying n pommel a day each 114 a week and this is n slack season I am n widow and my boy in limo navy has cost mo munch I grudged to loso tho money I noted for the best This Instwns too much how over and I gave him notlco to lento on account of it That was tho reason ol his going Well My heart grew light when I saw him drive away My son is on leave just now but I did not toll him anything of this for his temper is violent and ho is passionately loud of his sister When I closed tho door behind them a load Kccmod to bo lifted from my mind Alas in less than an hour them was a ring at tho bell and I learned that Mr Drebbcr had returned Ho was munch excited mid evidently tho worse for drink Ho forced his way into tho room where I wurf silting with my daughter amyl made BOIIIO incoherent remark about having missod his train Ho then turned to Alice and before my very fnco proposed to her that she should fly with him You nro of ago hit said there is no law to stop you I have money enough and to spare Never mind tho old girl hero but coma along with mo now strnlght away You shall live like a princess Poor Alice was so fright cued that she shrunk away from him but ho caught her by tho wrist and endeavored to draw her toward tho door I Rcrcnmed nod at that moment my son Arthur cnmo into tho room What hap pened then I do not know I heard oaths and tho confused sounds df a scnfllo I was too terrified to raise my head When I did look up I saw Arthur standing in tho doorway laughing with a stick in his hand I dont think that Inn tel low will trouble us again ho said I will just go after him and see what ho does with himself With those words ho took his hat and started off down tho street Tho nozt morning wo heard of Mr Drebbcrs mysterious loath This statement camo from Mrs Charpentiers lips with ninny gasps amid pauses At times sho spoke so low that I could hardly catch the words I mado shorthand notes of all that sho said however so that thcro should bo no pos sibility of a mistake Its quito exciting said Holmes with a yawn What happened next When Sirs Chnrpenticr paused U tho detective continued I saw that the Flxlugherways found effective with women I asked her at what hour her son returned I do not know sho answered Not know No ho lint n latchkey and lot him self in After you went to bed Yes When did you go to bed About 11 So your son was gouo at least two hours Yes Possibly four or fivo Ye- sIWhatwas ho doing during that tune I do not know sho answered turning white to her very lips Of course after that thero was noth ing moro to be done I found out where Lieutenant Charpcntier was took two officers with mo and arrested him When I touched him on tho shoulder and warned him to come quietly with us answered us as bold ns brass I suppose yon aro wresting mo for being concerned in tho death of that scoundrel Drebber ho said We had soil nothing to him about it so that his alluding to it had a most suspicious aspect Yerysalet Holmes Ho Btlll carried tho heavy stick which tho mother Inscribed him ns having with him when ho followed Drobbcr It was n stout oak cudgel What is your theory then Well my theory is that ho followed Drobbcr an far as tho Brixton road When there a fresh nltercatiou nroso between them in tho course of which Drobber received blow from tho stick in tho pit of tho stomach perhaps which killed him without leaving any mark Tho night was so wet that no ono was about so Chnrpeutior dragged tho body of his victim into tho empty house As to tho candle mid the blood mud tho writing on tho wall and tho ring they may all bo so ninny tricks to throw the police on to tho wrong scent Well done said Holniosin nn en couraging voice Really Oregson you nro getting along Wo shall mako some timing of yon yet- I flatter myself that I have managed it rather neatly the detective answer ed proudly Tho young moan volun teemed n statement in which ho said that after following Drobber some tine tho latter perceived him and took n cab in order to get away from him On his way homo ho mot nn old shipmate timid took n long walk with him On being asked whore this old shipmate lived ho was unable to give any satisfactory re ply I think tho whole case fits together uncommonly well What amuses mo is to think of Lcstrndo who hind started off upon tho wrong scent I am afraid ho wont moke much of it Why by Jove bores tho very man himself It was indeed Lestrade who had ascended tho stairs while wo were talking nnd who now entered tho room Tho assurance and jnnutinoss which generally marked his demeanor1 and dress were however wanting Ills face was iiftnrb od and troubled while his clothes were disarranged and untidy He hall ovi dently como with tho intention of con sulting with Sherlock Holmes for on perceiving his colleague he appeared to bo embarrassed and put out He stood in tho center of tho room fumbling nerv ously with his hat mid uncertain what to do This is a most oztraordinary case ho said nt last a most incom prehensible IIlTairIAh you cried Grcgson triumphantly I thought yon would como to that conclusion have you managed to find tho secretary Mr Joseph Stniigcrson The secretary Mr Joseph Stangcr son said Lestrade gravely was murdered nt Hnllidnys Private hotel about oclock this morning CHAPTER VII The intelligence with which Lostrndo greeted us was momentous nud so un expected that we wero all three fairly dumfounded ftrcgsou sprang out of his chair mill upset tho remainder of his whisky nud water I stared III silence nt Sherlock Holmes whoso lips were com pressed mid his brows drawn down over his eyes Stnngorsbn tool he muttorcjl Time plot thickens It seas quito thick enough boforotgrumbled Lcstrado taking n seem to have dropped into a sort of council of war Are youare you sure of this of intelligence stammered GregsontI have just como from his room said Lestrade I was tho first to dis cover what had occurred Wo have heel hearing Gregsons view of tho matter Holmes observed Would you mind lotting us know what you have seen and dono I have no objection Lestrado an swered seating himself I freely con fess that I was of the opinion that Stangorson was concerned in tho death of Drebber This fresh development has shown mo that I was completely misj l taken Full of tho ono idea I sot myself to timid out what hail become of tho sec retary They had been seen together at Euston station about half past 8 on tho tIIorlllllgDrcbberroad The question which confronted mo was to find out how Stangorson had been employed between 830 and thu time of time crime and what had become of him afterward I telegraphed to Liv erpool giving n description of tho man mId warning them to keep a watch upon tho American boats I then set to work lodginghousessee I argued that if Drebber and his companion had become separated tho natural course for tho latter would bo to put up somewhere in tho vicinity for tho night and then to hang about tho station again next morning i ITo BE CONTINUED The Strength of the coffee you buy adds to its value in tbe c- uplion Coffee come to you fresh and of full Strength always in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose their g strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt Hnlformltr froihneM and toll utrftncth arlnurd to uwn or Lion Coffee t Mae Notice Ii Served Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that DeWitts Hazel Salve is the only salve on the marketIthat is made from the pure unadul terated 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 counterfeits Those persons who get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve are never disappointed because it cures For sale by East End Drug Co Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves ran spend a much or little u thej choo con living expenses It pays to have a little extra money foralect ures book and other thing But the necessary expenses are only at followi To pay the first day LADICI HALL HALL School Incidental Fee I 80 MM Ex Hospital Fee 25 25 penncs I about 2 00 2 00 fGeneral Deposit 00 00 Furnlnhed Room fuel 25 5 25 First Months Board 00 6 00 WRspease foundry 80 Beginning 2d Mo Board 5 00 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 6 00 6 00 00ITotal Expense 19 Week 87 00 37 00 For those belowA Grammar deduct the K for books and II from Incidental fee making the otal only S4Bo When four girls room together each saves 12 or more on room and fuel making the total only 235O U clawed below A Grammar Room and fuel cost one dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves the can usually be rented for from 14 to f6 a term The price of a big calf a little tanbark or a few homespun bedcoven will give a term of school which win change ones whol life for the better Weak HeartsAre due to indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestiononlytraceablegestion 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 four months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervoua strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only 100 Size holdlnc 25f times the trial sue which sells for boa Prepared by 0 OaWITT 00 OHIOAOOi I tTHECITIZEN IHNN NN1N1NN1N1N N i LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr Simpson McGuire is outho sick list at this writing Many enjoyed the almost eclipse of the moon on last Saturda nightLittlo Lizzie Bongo and her grand mother loft Saturday for their now home in Hamilton Ohio J H Overly left Tuesday for Sher man Tex where he will visit his children on his way to the Indian Terri tory Mr and Mrs C E McCurdy left Tuesday for Ashland Ky where Mr McCurdy will engage in the drug business Mrs J W Derthick of Bedford 0 came this week to visit her sons in tending to remain until after Com mencement Harley Racer left Sunday for Co lumbus where he has gone to be with his father who is sick in the Protest hospitalMrs of Cincinnati 0 mother of Judge Taft Civil Governor of the Philippine Islands visited Miss Nourse last week Prof Shouse principal of the Hap tist school at London KywiU preach at the Berea Baptist church next Sunday morning andnight Mr Jim Samuels of Richmond Ky and Miss Etta Warfel of Canton 0 were married at Canton by Rev P H Welshemer March 28 IKW Will H Sims formerly of Scaffold Cane and who has for some months past been located at Jeffersonville Ind has accepted a position on the P C CC St L R R State College will cross bats with Berea College ball team Saturday April 18 on the athletic field A hard fought contest is promised to all lov ers of baseball Game called at three oclockW Kelly formerly of Betea has been appointed pastor of the M E Church at Monowi Nebraska Mon owi is 8 months old with 250 inhabi tants 12 business places with throe more under construction Mrs J Welsh wife of Dr Welsh formerly of Berea and little daughters Gertrude and Myrtle are visiting with Mrs Welshs parents Mr and Mrs Jones at Jeffersonville Indiana Dr and Mrs Welshs home address is now Grayville Ill Ur C W Gould and wife Mrs Mary Pasco Gould are located in Fairdale Ill where Dr Gould is a practicing physician Dr and Mrs Gould are enjoying good health and fine prospects and wish to be remem bered to their friends in Berea The week beginning April 19 and closing April 26 has been set apart by the National W C T Uas a weekof prayer for the better observ ance of the Sabbath Pastors of our uponjmake it the topic of the midweek meeting Mns M K PASCO for Committee of W C T U It having beenasserted that individ uals in Kentucky have been interest ed in forming a chain of banks and that already tho scheme has proven very successful it becomes a matter of general interest to know the factors in the enterprise Of these is Mr W H Porter cashief of the Berea Bank ing Company of Berea Ky and his t colleagues are gentlemen ot equally thorough knowledge of banking methods He commands thn confi den e of those with whom he has come in contact having made many friends not alone in his own town but through that portion of the State It must not be supposed that this is in any respect a syndicateit is in fact merely a group of men working with harmonious interests andnothing more binding than thatThe fi nancial Review COLLEGE ITEMS Miss Sarah Stewart who was very sick at the hospital for several weeks is much improved and is again with Mrs Mason E Guy Tankersleys address will be Galveston Athletic Club Galveston Tex after May 1 Mr Tanker sley was formerly a student here The C D and E Rhetoricalclasses will give an exhibition at the Tabernacle next Monday night beginning at 730 to which all are invited T- heiGloo Club will sing ProC Marsh left Monday for North ern Ohio Chicago and other points for work in the interests of the Col lege returning in time for the Kentucky Superintendents Convention to 1beheld here April 30 I Prof A W Chez director of phys tical culture and athletics at the University of Cincinnati who was here with the University of Cincinnati base ball team over Sunday made nn inter esting address at tho Tabernacle Mon day morning Ho emphasized the healthyygood morals asa guarantee of success in life The countrybred boy has the advantage over the city chap for this reason MLNH1H1NNNNNILH111NNNN I CORRESPONDENCE HMINNHNINNNHHNNNNNNNNN1flow lar teacher to the St Louts Worlds Fair is to bo found on the second imge- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Mr and Mrs E Hyatt visited Mr and Mrs Patent Sunday Mr G W Jones contemplates going to Illinois in a short tintoW C Viars W C Brock nod R G Lutes were hero from Scaffold Cane last wekWm Hays a merchant of Willie was hero on business Friday The machinery has been moved to well No2 and drill ing was begun April 7 On April 10 at a depth of 70 ft n strong flow of gas was struckOu Sunday March 29 Mrs Liz Singleton died of La grippe age 76 yearsB A Riddle sold a pair of yearling mules Tuesday to Harry Chenault for lfiOAllen McKenzie has moved from hero to Boone Gap and enlisted in the H R service under Capt F Parker Tho LN is putting in another track here We also need a depotG II Dob son has just returned from the Wayne county oil fieldsMr Sails of Nich olasville was here to buy mules Ed win Hyatt has gone to Morohead on business Columbus Northcut of Walnut Hill is hero to buy land MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Thornton Owens and Mary Jane Alexander were married Thursday evening at the home of the bride on Sixthstreet Rev N H Talbot of ficated We hope for them a success ful journey on the sea of meJohn Wilson df Chicago Illvisited his sister Mrs Mary F Young during the past weekNathaniel the infant son of Mr and Mrs George Jackson died last Monday of pneumouia The Easter exercises held at the Beth el church were considered very ex cellent The music rendered by Mrs Anna Johnson and Mr James Mundy deserves special mentioning Irene Bell won the prize having the most money 4190 in her bankJohn Jordon of Cincinnati visited Mrs Angie Hancock leaving Saturday for Dayton OHenry Anderson of East 5th street is critically ill MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Lawuie Stowe age 1C and Miss Susie Rogers age 16 were married at the home of the bride Monday even ing Your correspondent wishes them a long and happy meMr and Mrs A B Gabbard spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Waren El kiusMrs Jane Anderson and chil dren visited Daniel McCollum Mrs Andersons father this weokMary Caldwell is quite sick at her home The fruit is not all killed in this part Rev Derthick preached at Wale laces chapel Sunday nightIn last weeks news it was reported that old Paint Lick church was blown down That was a mistake it was Fairview church FUN AND FACTS ilk limy Day Enraged ReaderI want to horse whip the editor Office BoyJust wait a few min utes there are two ahead of you Bicknell C Early handle the fa mous BUTTEIUCK patterns and fashion sheets They also have TUB DELIVEA Ton for April or May J H Neff Richmond Ky pays the highest CASH prices for poultry eggs hides and pigeons What is the difference between a spendthrift and a feather bed t One is hardup and the other is soft down T A Robinson Richmond Ky has employed an export watchmaker Work sent in by mail will receive prompt attention llnck Talk Mrs Hirman Offen That will do Youll leave on Saturday and you neednt bother me about a recom mendationBridget Sure Oi hov no intin tion of givin ye a recommendation Oill tell the truth about ye to ivery girl that axes uio Food fur Thought Little Carl had been in school but a few weeks when his Aunt Laura asked him how many two and two are Ho looked up in her face and repli ed Im not in the hominy how urns book yet Inal So Littlo Elmer Papa what is tho bone of contention Prof Broadhoad Tho jawbone my sou What bird does n mischievous boy like best t A lark C M Caulield will giveIhis pop ular entertainments with the Graph ophono Grand at tho Old Hall Kingston Ky Saturday night Apr 18 beginning at 750 Music by tho most famous bands and quartets of tho U S Admission only 10 and inc I Find nonsense singularly refresh ing Talleyrand Strength and vigor come of good food duly digestedlIForce a ready to serve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigoratesC has moved his barber shop to Rhodus Drugstore north of Post ollict You will find him there at all hours Ho solicts your patron age How to send the most popu Jar teacher to the St Louts Worlds Fair Is to ho found on tho second putro- GoorgiaMo I wisht I was a flower Ma Why dear that would bo very swee- tGeorgiaAnd then Id stay inbod all day THE MARKETS Al ST A O NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI April CATLTE Common 1250 1325 II Butchers 3750 135 II Shippers430 47- 6CALVESChoice600 n 650 II Large Commont 00 51- 00HoesCommon000 680 IIair goof light676 716 Packing710 7m SuEtr Good to choice 500 540I- I Common to fairHOO 17ft LIMBS Good to choice C2Ti 6jI- I Common to fair400 620 WHEAT No 2 Red 76 76I CoRN 1J 48 31wRyaNoFLOOB Winter patent865 J 385 II II fancy316 310 II Family285 310 MILL FESn1400 1600 HAT No 1 Timothy 1750 1800 II No2II 1600 1550 II No1 Clover1276 W 1825 No2II 11 25 01175 POULTRY Young chickens It Heavy hens II 12 RoostersII G TurkeyII H Ducks W Eaas Fresh near by 13 HIDES Wet salted 71- II No 1 dry salt U Bull 7 II Sheep skins 50 70 64IIr Wo promptly obtain usa d Porc11Di Send model sketch or II freercpnrt Patent How 10 SecureHADE on boboollnreatlonforto Kodol Dyspfopsla Cure Digests what you eat Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer n 1eso 1l nYII t TRACE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac p rarer Ern rglnn eta r Lllll nlr IIIr1 fn Irl llr ltlf tMtCHlMML tfriiMUhfi liliJ tnrInitu xl llaiidltitati Irtt IVIftlU lll Irn Il l nPll f ill tWrll- lt1 iiifi liintiiirh ljt t l v rwvlvr 2vU twtMr ritttMiji tlturvu In S ntific Jim ilcan- n hrnArmo17111narued rwktr IraNI O- relllrlnnfIqintno 1u1 Irrnu 1I- 1iiir inonllu II olabii nowndtwer- tMUNH Cu 3c1c1oadwe New York ranch omoo Sat T is lirua 3hfe L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Stre- etSTANDARD Rotary Shuttle A 0 Sewing Machine TAHDAKD GRAND iWELt IROT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We aha manufacture swing machine that retail from JMOO up The Standard Kolary runa as IU nt ai Hie tick of a watch Mke1111 atllchra while other machine makeIU Apply to our local dealer or If there L es Our town aiMreaa TMB Standard Sewing Mtchlmt Cfc 21 Writ Klnt St Cincinnati O S E Welch Jr Local Agent REPAIR THAT LOOM Borea College has secured a market for homespun and home woveu goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etct at follow lug prices Coverlids f4 to K Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents yardBlankets pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in person or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky Without Harness Tho best horso in the world is of lit useWith wellmade perfect fitting harness on ho becomes both useful and ornamental If style is desired our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the hill 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 bo stronger if it was all iron TIJ 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 HIQGINS Prop oEEN UALITY The Famous Shoos for Women 250Oxfords X300Shoes They Fit Wear and Look WELL RICE ARNOLDS- olo Agents for Madison County Main St Richmond Ky THE SIGN OF I GOOD TAILORING Here is the gr Oak Easel now on display at our store It contains the line of teautifulnewspringt- ailoring samples sent us by STRAUSS RROS1 Chlcigo Good Tailor for 26 Var- The OakEasel is the connecting link between the tailor and the faultlessly fin fished garments which give you so much pleasure to wear Its really a lesson in good clothes buying t o see this great collection of tailoring novelties Price low and ntltfoo lion Absolutely utxr an teed Cll soon r 1 t J J BRANNAMAN Agent Bores Kentucky Sewing Wanted Wo are prepared to do all kinds of Sewing at reasonable terms For particulars enquire of Misses Myrtle Jor Joe Lewis Beres Ohio College- of Dental Surgery Department of Dentistry University of Cincinnati Central Avenue Sod Court Hi Cincinnati O Why pay 50 to 100 per cent above factory price win n you can gut tho Famous Regal Shoef- or 15 per cent above tho factorj price t W A WILLIAMS Agent for Regal Shoes llrnuly nml MreiiKtli Are desirable You aro strong and vigorous when your blood is pure Many nay most women fall to properly digest their food suit BO bo como pale sallow thin mutt weak while tho brightness freshness and beauty of tho skin and complexion depart Remedy this unplommnt evil by eating nourishing food und taking a small dose of Horblnn after each meal to digest what you have oaten roc at BAsr Exu Dnuo COH LOUISVILLE Ie NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Nov II It02- lolnr Mortli Train 4 lulljr Leave tones 3 21 am Arrive Richmond 352 a m Arrive Paris 506 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 JKn m Ouluc North Train Ilatly Leave Boron Il3J a m Arrive Uiclunolll12 a m Arrive Paris 3 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati 000 p11I Clolnic Hniitli Train I Dull LeavoUoroa 122 p m Arrive Livlugston218 p ni- lulnc Nuutli Train Diilljr Leave Hortix to 11 HO p Arrivo Livingston12 30 a m Trains No I and No 5 make eon Mfction at LivIu ton for Jullico ami the South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent N1e the Unnl Olifil Mrs Mary A Vliot Newcastle Colo ritesIII believe Ballanls Uorehountl Syrup is superior to any other coughtmedicine and will do all that is claimed for it and it in so pleasant to take My littlo girl wants to take it when olio has no need for it Hal lards Horohoulld Syrup is tho great euro for nil pulmonary ailments 25c roc and Jl 00 at East End Drug COH This College was organized in 1815 and tho fiSth Annual Session begins about October I 1901 Throe HCHMOUH of seven months each arts required for graduation This is tho first Dental- S IlKo Mtablillbltl in the West It ill coeducational and hM a teaching or twenty instructors Its buildings aro modern and well adapted to tho requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Option al Spring and Full Courses in clinical instruc tion are also given ttFor further information and announce ment address H H SMITH D D S Dean 1C Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio O IIrOCerleSVegetables Fruits IiPRESTONand Candies Richmond tRichmondCjreenhouses Ky LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO lea Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop J Thairnama1 WellselectodII Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry Paint Old Berea Red or any other color Keith HAMMAR BrandI