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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fH+I HIIH+H4i I JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher I Xntntd nt the rottoflct tit Bern Ay at second ciao madmatter III 1I11h III1 IIIttt +t- V A Family Taper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1901 dollar a year NO 33 IDEAS Goduevordemaudn the impossible It is safest to floo from tho act that will not hoar reflection A hand in tho pow in of ton worth ten arguments in tho pulpit le 11Tho devil never yet made a lock 4p love of God coud not break TAKE NOTICE Sun the Editors column page FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russian troops era said to bo gatturiug along tho Yalu river Disturbances at PyEng Yang Korea are increasing and native rebels are threatening foreigner A treaty providing for tho extra dition of criminals has been signed by II1Rru South America and the United A Russian Rtoamiihip was fired upon three times outside of Chemulpo liar hot by a Japanese warship No harm was done- Emperor Williams birthday auni versary wee marked by a big public demonstration in Berlin Germany in honor of the occasion Tho United States cruiser Colum bia hat gone to San Domingo to give protection to American property which is being destroyed by insurgents The Russian Council of Stale pro sided over by tho Czar IlIitting at St Petersburg arranging Russias ultimatum in response to Japans last note COUNTRYP1M bodies have been taken from the exploded coal mine near dies i Iwick Pa Tho heaviest snowfall in twenty live years is reported throughout Northern Georgia Alabama and Missisnippi The keynote of till policy of Secre tary Taft toward the Far Eastern archipelago will bo the Philippines for tho Filipinos General Reyes tho Colombian minister hM sailed for homo He has been elected to tho presidency of that republic and hurries southward to restrain tho war feeling Tho Senate Committee on Elections will send for persons and papers in the case of the Mormon senator Rood Smoot This moans a thorough In vestigation of Mormonism The woods are full of Democratic n candidates General Mlles friends have brought hirer forward this week in a respective attitude and Grand Army men have largely enlisted under Ida banner Tho now Secretary of War Dover nor Taft arrived from the Philippines on Wednesday of last week A troop of calvary mot him at tho depot and accompanied by Secretary Root es corted him to his hotel Tho United States is at the head of the worlds exporting nations having during the year fl157G65783 worth in products sonic thirty million dollars worth more than Great Britiau The good roads movement is daily gaining strength in Congress Tho state tuporvisors of New York in convention urge thu passage of the Brownlow bill which appropriates 24000000 to bo distributed among the States according to the popu lation COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Navigation will be resumed between Louisville and Cincinnati on Monday after a suspension of eight weeks Tho booming of cannon signaled the passage of the State Capitol Ap propriation Bill in the Senate Thurs day afternoon Senator Byron introduced bill Cora 10000 statue of the late William Goebel to bo erected ou tho grounds of the now Capitol- Representative Shorley introduced a bill in the National House to eatab pslal lish a permanent army camp site at West Point Ky Ilis approved by Lieut Gen Chaffee Gov Bockham under the bill ap propriating 75000 for the Kentucky Exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition St Louis appointed the fifteen Commissioners provided for The House passed the Senate bill creating the county of Bockham from parts of Carter Elliott and Lewis with Olive Hill as the county seat new county will be Republican ltla One sold The I i E jiI la llrolte THE CITIZEN IVOL II An Old Favorite SONNETBy r itPRODADLYhistory of art li that of Michael Angelo who won fame RI a painter iculptor architect and poet Jill pictorial tand culpturtd masterpiece have come down to us but It la undoubted that many of hln poetic work have tbeen toil Michael Angelo whose real name was MIchclOKnolo Uuonarrotl was born at Capreie Italy tI- n I47S and died In Home In V It be true that nny beauteous thing Raises the pure utiJ lust desire of man = From earth to Gull the eternal fount of all Such I believe uiy lure for as In her iI So fair In whom I all besides f I view the gentle work of her I have no care for any other torgotiWlillxt thus I lure Nor Is It i Blnce the effect In not of iny It the soul doth by nature tempted forth Enamored through till eyes Repose upon the eyes which It resembleth through them rlsetli to the Irlmnl Love lit end and honors in admiring jilAnll who adores the Maker needs must love his work A TRUE STORY Of Commendable S lfSicrlfic written Especially for THE CITIZEN nv DR J R ROOM A fact has just come to my know lodge which 1 think will interest the readers of TilE CITIZEN and is worth recordingIn vicinity of Suintnervillo SC is a large community of white people occupying litho barrens who have boon poor ignorant and destitute for generations They are as has been said of them unresponsive undo monstrative difficult to approach Somo years since a minister in Sum merville touched by their great deed tution sought to help them Ho boo gnu with a littlo Sundayschool one of their dwelling placesI should hesitate to call It a house much loss a home and by reason of the love in his heart and his patient perseverance tho good work increased till with the aid of other helpers ho had a large Sundayschool and then services for worship and preaching At last it seemed desirable to build a chapel It was not easy to raise the needful money but a selfsacrificing colored woman Mrs Kitty Springsinortgagod a house sho owned to help raise the necessary funds This gift was made as a South Carolinian testifies with tho full knowledge of the exclusion of her own people from its benefits- I myself have seen the neat little chapol the Sundayschool and the religious services and have boon deeply moved by the success of this workamong tho most destitute anti apparently hopeless people in any part of our land The power of Christs Spirit is most manifest in this work While for two years I have known of this Christian mission it was not till this week that I learned what Mrs Kitty Springs did to help it along and to inspire others to lend a band for such a Christian undertak ing Her conduct reminds mo of tho Sermon on the Mount and constitutes a commentary on our Lords words Ifany man take away thy coat let him have thy cloak also From her and her people was taken away the privilege of the church but she would fain givo it to them who robbed her and her race- I can but fool that she and others like her would now be welcomed to that houso dedicated to God notwith standing the great prejudice against colored people In South Carolina Such acts as that of Mrs Springs should take away prejudice from the hardest heart but what should be does not always take place J AR R Woodstock 111 Jan 23 1901 Eastern Kentucky at The Worlds Fair CLAY COUNTY Agriculture and Minerals Citizens of this county recognize in tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition a groat opportunity for display of Its wares and therefore a very credit able exhibit is to be made both of agriculture and minerals Mr J R Burcholl of Manchester Ky has the matter in charge Ho has promised to make both exhibits very attractive and will doubtless be able to realize on his desires The county is rich especially in minerals and bEt hopes to make this display very unique ESTILL COUNTY Display of Superior Oil If the plans of tho local Worlds Pair Committee of which Mr Clar once Miller of Irvine is chairman do not miscarry we will bo able to show very attractive exhibits agricultural possibilities in this section together with a display of some of tho finest oil yet discovered in Kentucky It is probable that Estill Springs will make a display of of its mineral waters hay ing been invited to do so by the Kentucky Exhibit Association A GREAT GATHERING OF MEN We have received the announcement of the forthcoming TwentySixth Annual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations of Ken tucky to be held at Bowling Green February 18 19 20 and 21 Tho State Executive Committee has ar ranged a strong and attractive pro gram Among those who will present vital topics are Judge Selden P Spencer St Louis Messrs Edward W Frost Milwaukee W D Woath erford New York City S D Gordon Cleveland Ohio Prof J C Acheson Danville President B A Jenkins Kentucky University Lexington and others The singing will be led by the Covington Association Glee Club of sixteen voices There will be specialconsideration of the 250000 young men in the Stste in small towns and country districts and the promotion of the Association work among them On the day fol lowing the Convention Washington birthday there will be a big excursion of delegates and friends to Mammoth Cave Largo delegations from the 65 Associations of the State are expected In addition men members of evan gelical churches in communities where there are no associations are invited to attend and participate in the Con vention as corresponding members A limited delegation from such com munities will bo entertained by the citizens of Bowling Green providing application for credentials giving name and address of pastor or clerk SocretIThe various railroads in the State have granted a rate of one fare for the round trip to delegates and visitors attending the Convention Programs of the convention information about credentials etc may be had at local associations or by addressing Henry E Rosovear State Secretary Fourth A Broadway Louisville The fare from Beroa to Bowling Green and return will bo g6 78 Rate applies via Livingston Tickets on sale February 18 19 and 20 Good returning until February 22nd 100 In Cash You need it every day You also need Paracamph if you suffer from Rheumatism Neuralgia Sore Feet or Sore Muscles Paracamph opens the pores induces sweating and by penetrating to 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u slender sound That ripples fnin the Kpougy Ground Scarce louder than u locusts shrilling Slut laughing children love tho sound With sweet putted lips they watch their purst Of the barred coat and ushcn breast Or touch with curious awestruck linger The mull eggs In his hairlined nut Yes and when twilight shadows crrcp To wrap the world In softest Bleep Prick up their heads from snowy pillows To earth his wnotclI drowsy deep They tooth trustful brighteyed band Of cnttaKo chlldien oer the laud Whnt are they but a Hock ot sparrows Who claim crumb from every hand Their prattling voices down tho street To hearts are music sweet And half tho paradise of mothers Is in their dimpled knees and feet Trot every Kardrnplot has room To hold n tree of peerless bloom Xo revery spreading tree can shelter A bird of wondrous voice or plume Rut from the humblest doorHep still There comos n twitter and a trill Theres none too poor to coax a purrow To tnko his breakfast from tho sill The artless rlk of earth and air Thank God they flourish everywhere And none escapes the lathers knowledge The hidden counsels of Ills cart Dora Read Goodale In Youths Companion THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE By EMERSONItOUG21 j Author of The Storyof the Cowboy Tie Girl at the Hallway House rite t Copyright try by Cmenoa stark I CHAPTER L TIm RETURNED TUAVKlEU Gentlemen this is America The speaker cast upon the cloth coVeretl table a singular object whose lllie none of those present had ever soon They gathered about and bent ever It curiously This is that America the speaker repeated Here you have It bar baric wonderful abounding With sudden gesture he swept hii hand among the gold coin that lay on the gaming table He thrust into the mouth of the object before him a handful of louts dor and English sovereigns There is your America said he It runs over with gold No man may tell its richness Its beauty yon cannot Imagine Faith said Sir Arthur Pembroke bonding over the table with glass In eye If the ladles of that land have feet for this sort of shoon methinks we might well emigrate Take you the money of It For me I would see the dame could wear such shoe as thsBah Pembroke said Castlcton rushing up the shade above his eyes till It rested on his forehead tis a childs shoe- Xot so said the first speaker give you my word Us the moccasin Of my sweetheart a princess in her own right who waits my coming on the Ottawa And so far from the shoe being too small I say asa gentleman that she not only wore It so but in addition used somewhat of grass there in in place of hose The earnestness of his speech In no wise prevented the peal of laughter that followed There you have it Pembroke cried Castleton Would you move to a land where princesses use hay for hosieryTis curious done said Pembroke musingly none the less And done by her own hand said the owner of tho shoe with a certain proprietary pride Again the laughter broke out Do your princesses engage in shoemak Ins asked a third gamester as he pushed Into the ring Sure it must be a rare land Prithee what doth the LIng in handicraft Doth ho take to saddlery or perhaps smithing Have done thy jests Wilson cried Pembroke Mayhap there Is Kome what to bo learned here of this new world and of our dear cousins the French Go on tell us Monsieur du ilesne as I think you call yourse- lfslrtoil us more of your new country of ice and snow of princesses and little shoes Tell yo moreand if I did would ye believe It What If I tell ye of great rivers far to the west of the Ottawa of races as strange to my princess ieople as we are to them of streams whose sands run In gold where dia monds and sapphires are to be picked up as ye like If I told ye would ye believeThe martial hearts and adventurous souls of the circle about him began to show In the heightened color and closer crowding of the young men to the table Silence fell upon the group Ye know nothing In this old rote ten world of what there Is yet to bq found In America cried Du Mesne For myself I havo been no than the great falls of the fartherI Jreaa mere trifle of a tlemen Into which ye might pitch your tallest English cathedral and sink ItI beyond Its pinnacle with ease Yet have spoke with the holy fathers hoI have journeyed far to the westward even to 110 vast Mcssasebe which Is well known to run Into the China sea upon some faroff coast not yet well charted I have also read tho story of Sapcau who was far to tho west of that mighty river Dill not the latter Me and pursue nnd Itlll In fair fight the giant unicorn fabled ot Scripture Is crcatureILc advised that this new country takes uold upon tho storied lands of tho whomito the cold upper ways of the northern tribes who live beyond the farolf channel at Mlchlllmacklnac did ho not tell of a river of the name of the IMno Earth and did he not himself pee turquoises and diamonds and em eralds taken In handfuls from this Fame blue earth Ah bah gentlemen Europe for you If yo like but for me back I go so soon as I may get proper passage and a connection which will warrant mo the voyage Hack I go to Canada to America to the woods and streams I would sc again my ancient Du Ihut and my comrade Pierre Nolr and Tote Grill the trapper from the Mlstaslng free traders all Life Is there for the liv- Ing my comrades This old wwrld small and outworn no moro of It for me None of ye know the west went on the coureur Your Virginia we know well of Ita collection of beggars prostitutes and thieves Your Now England a lot of codfishing starving snivelers who are most concerned how to keep life in their bodies from year to year New Franco herself sit ting ever on the i lge of an icy death with naught but bickerings at Quobe and naught but reluctant compliance from Paris what hath she to hope I tell ye gentlemen tis beyond In the land of the Messasebe where I shall for my part seek out my home and no man shall set Iron on my soul againHe spoke bitterly The group about him half amused half cynical and all Ignorant as were their kind at this time of tho reign of William were none the less Impressed and thought ful CHAPTER Ili AT SADLEItS WI1IL8 Sadlers Wells on this mild and theery spring morning was a scene of fashion and of folly Hither came the elite of London after the custom of the day to seek remedy In the reputed qualities of the springs for the weariness and lassitude resultant upon the Tong season of polite dissipations which society demanded of her votaries Bewigged dandles their long coatI of colors well displayed as they strutted about In the open paid court there as they did within the city gates to the powdered and painted beauties who sat in their coaches walt TIS CUIUOUS DONE Ing for their servants to bring out to them tho draft of which they craved healing for crowsfeet and hollow eyes Hero and there traveling mer chants called their wares jugglers spread their carpets bear dancers gave their little spectacles antI jockeys conferred as to tho merits of horse or hound Hawknosed Jews passed among the vehicles cursed or kicked by the young gallants who stood about hot In hand at the steps of their Idols carriagesBack Sadlers little court the country came creeping close up to the town There were fields not so far away on these long highways Wandering and rambling roads ran oft to the westward and to the north lead lug toward the straight old Roman road which once upon a time ran down to London town It was on one of these less crowded highways that there was this morning enacted a curious little drama The sun was still young and not too strong for comfort and as It rose back of the square of Sadlers It cast a shadow from n hedge which ran angling toward the southeast Its rays there fore did not disturb tho slumbers of two young men who were lying be neath tho shelter of the hedge Strange enough must have been tho conclu sions of the sun could it havo looked over tho barrier and peered Into ode faces of these youths Evidently they were of good breeding and some stay tion albeit their garb was not of tho latest fashion Tho gray hoso and the clumsy shoes plainly bespoke some northern residence Tho wig of each lacked the latest turn perhaps the col lar of the coat VTM not all it should have been There was hut one coat risible for the other roJed up as a pillow served to support the heads of both The elder of the two was the JIll who had sacrificed his covering The other was more restless In his attl tude nnd though thus the warmer for a coat was more In need of comfort wrlttjund wOllslEldentlFar down the rose a cloud of dust whicn came scadlly nearer following the only vehicle in slfibt probauly tho only ono which had passed that morning As this little dustcloud camo slowly nearer it might have been seen to rise from tho wheels of a richlybuilt and welappolnted ouch Four dark horses obeyed the reins handled by n solemnvisaed lackey on the box anti there was a goodly footman at the back Within this coach were two passengers such as might havo set Sadlers Wells by tho ears They set on tho same seal as equals and their heads lay close to gether as confidantes The tongues of both ran fast and free Tall anl wullroundcd vigorous and young not yet 20 adored by ninny suitors tho Lady Catharine Knollys had rarely looked better than she did this morn- Ing as she drove out to Sadlers for Providence alone knew what fault of a superb vital energy lien eyos sparkled croaIturocheek turned now and again showed a clearcut and untouched soundness that meant naught but health It showed also tho one blemish upon a beauty which was toasted In the court as faultless Upon the left cheek ther was a mouchu excessive In its size Strangers might have commented on It Really it covered n deepMaine birthmark the one blur upon a peer less beauty Yet oven this might be forgotten as it was now The companion of the Lady Cath arine In her coach was a young woman scarce so tall and more slender Dark where her companion was fair and with the glossy texture of her own somber locks showing In the Individual roll which ran back Into the absurd fontango of false hair and falser powder Mary Connynge made good Toll for her bosom friend though hontity must admit that neither had yet much concern for foils since both had their full raced of gallants Much seen toy gether they were commonly known ns the Morning and Eve sometimes AS Aurora and Eve Never did daughter ot tho original Eve have deeper fem Inlno guile than Mary Connyngo Soft of speech as her friend the Lady Catharine was impulsive ilow suave ambereyed and innocent of visage this young English woman with no dower save that of beauty and of wit had not failed of n sensation at the capital whither she bad come as guest of the Lady Catherine 0 Goinlnl called out Mary Connyngc as the coachman for a moment slackened his pace Look Wo shall be robbed The driver irresolutely pulled up lie horses From under the shade of the hedge there arose two men of whom the taller now stood erect and came toward tho carriage TIs no robber said Lady Cath alone Knollys her eyes fastened on the tall flguro which came forward Save us said Mary Otnnycgc what a pretty man- CHAPTER III JOHN IAV OK LALIUSTOV Unconsciously the coachman obeyed the unvoiced rummand of this man who stepped out from tho shelter of the hedge Travel stained Just awakened from sleep disheveled with dress dis ordered there was none the loss abun dant boldness in his mien us ho came forward yet withal the grace and de ference of the courtier It was a good figure he made as he stepped down from the bank and came forward hat In hand tho sun now rising to the top of the hedge lighting up his face and showing hie bold profile his open and straight blue eye Ladies he ssld as he reached the road I crave your pardon humbly This I think Is the coach of my lord the earl ot Banbury Mayhap this Is the Lady Catharine Knollys to whom I speak Y The lady addressed still gazed at him though she drew up with dignity You have quite the advantage of us said she She glanced uneasily at the coachman but tho order to go for ward did not quite leave her lips- I am not awareI do not know she began afraid of her adventure now It had come after tho way of all dreaming maids trho prato of men and conquests I should be dull of eye did I not seo tho Knollys arms said the stranger smiling and bowing low And I should be advised of the families ot England did I nut know that tho daughter of Knollys the ulster of the earl of Banbury is life Lady Catharine and most charming also This might say though tis true I nsvcr was In London or In England until now As though it were another person Lady Catharine hoard hCMclf murmur And you sir I am John Law ofLaurlston Scot land madam and entirely at your service That Is my brother Will yon der by the bank He smiled and the younger man camo forward hesitating ly and not with the address of hla brother though yet with the breeding of n gentleman The eyes of Mary Connyngo took In both men with the same look but her eyes as did those of the Lady Cath arine became most concerned with tho first speaker My brother and I ore on our first Journey to London continued he with a cay laugh whiqt did nit consort fully with the plight In which ho showed We stnrttd by coach as gentleman and now vi como on foot like laborers or thlovn Twas my own fault Yesterday i must needs quit the Edlnboro sUle Last night out chaise was stoppcf and wo were asked to hand our monay to a pair of evil fellows who had made prey ot us In short you seawe fared enough Lost In ho dark we made what shift we could along this road where WtI both are strangers At last not ablo to pay for better quarters oven had we found thorn we lay down to sleep I havo slept far worse And tis a lovely thl81happy The face of Vlll Law hardly ofTer ccmplcte proof of this assertion lit had slept ill enough and In the man Ing 1uht his face showed gaunt un1 pale Here then was a situation rv Inopportune the coach of two halt unattended stopped by two strangers who certainly could not claim Intnmir lion by either friend or reputation I did but wish to ask sonic aiv1of the roads hereabout sold the rider brother turning his eyes full tinnn hoso of Lady Catharine As you sc wo are In III plight to get forward to the city If you will bo so rood ni to tell mo which way to take I shall rr member It mot gracefully Otis in Ihei1111Ib who bath hall solute dealings wtii him In the handling of moneys I have also word fur others ant make sure that ouco we have got into town wo fortuneI at Mary Connynge and the latter In turn gazed at her There could bo no harm wild each to the other with her eyes Surety It Is our dutyto take them In with us William called the Lady Cath arine Knollys open the door for Mr lAw of Lnurlttton The footman sprang to the ground and hold open the door Therefore Into tho couch stopped lohn lAW and his brother late of Kflliiboro somo time robbed and afoot but now to como Into London in circumstances which surely might have been far worse So in the merry month of May with the birds tinging In tho trees and the scent of the flowers wafted coolly to their senses they crone on apace to tho throne at Sadlers Wells There it was that John Law finding In ft pocknt a coin that had been overlooked reached out to a vender nail bought rose lie offered his flower with a deop Inclination of the body to the Lady Catharine It was at this moment that Mary Connyngo first began to hate her friend tho Lady Catherine Knollys CHAPTER IV TUB MJIXT OK HONOIt Toll me friend Cutletou said Pembroke bautortnily an both ad hering to thy country drink of lambu wool Methlnk burnt ale and toasiJ apple might bottor be replaced In thy case by a beaker of stronger waters You lose and still you lose May a plague take It cried Castle ton Fro hind no luck these four days Tie that cursed lapdog of the duchess Ugh I saw It In my dreams last night Gad your own fortune In love trust bo ill enough Sir Arthur said Beau Wilson as he pushed hack his cnalt during this little lull In the play of tho evening Ah then you admit that there Is some such thing as a talisman Ill not deny that I have had one these last three evenings but I roared to tell yo all lest I might be waylaid and robbed of my goodluck charm Toll us tell us man what it is cried CastMun Sept ot le va has not been mado In thU room before for many a month yet here thou earnest with tho run of sept et lo va thrice ns many hours Well then continued Pembroke ftlll smiling Ill make a small con fession Here Is my charm Salute It To He Continued BOUND BY REPUTATION A TrillMl Wlilrh llrcrlvr Sub Inrf Intlnti In an Kiprrlrnrr of JInrk Tvrnliin Holme discovered that It U a very serious thing to be a funny man and one of the younger New England poets is said to have warned a bnglnnnr In literature never to publish humorous verse If he wished to make and keep a reputation as a serious poet A story perhaps apocryphal which Is told of Mark Twain illustrates the theory that a humorists reputation debars him from nil other kinds of credit says Youths Companion Mark Twain Is a lover of Drowning and reads him aloud with excellent power Once ho read several pasaaxos to a company gathered In the house of a friend Among the guests wore some young ladles One of them laughed during the reading Afterward she condoled with Mark Twain for the soberness of his audience I was EO sorry for you salt she Tilt others did not seem to see the Joko in it I suppose you wrote it yourself it was a skit on Browning wasnt It I understand about as much of It as I do of most of Browning The humorist explained humbly that he had tried to give the words as Browning wrote them SlIh IRoranrPt Two Scottish highlanders being In Glasgow for the first time wero having a walk through the cut Turning a corner they were much surprised to zee a water cart wetting tho street Not having seen anything of the kind before Tojgal under a mistaken Idea ran after the cart and cried to the driver Hey manhey man ycr losln a1 yer water His friend annoyed at Tougals want of knowledge ran after him caught him by the arm and said rather testily Tougal man Tougal dlnna be showin yen Ignorance Dyer no seo Its to keep the laddles off the back o the cart lip VltN Ilcnl IUfirt Miss Scarlcaf This Is n portrait f my greatgrandmother It Is b one of tho old masters Mr Blffbang Indecdl A id tleacxi ono Oh that Is a portrait of myself at the ago of ten Also by ono of the old masters i pro Jtmc Cincinnati Enquirer DR V H HOBSON I Dentist tI Itovrju AM iovsriitiTiiA Lorrmpondrnt Thin llerrtlen IIU tllterlrrC- RnI strongly recommend Hiirbinu as a medicine of remarkable ellicncy for indigestion loss of appetite sour taste in the mouth palpitntion head ucho drowsiness after steals with distressing mental depressions and low spirits ILtrbino must ho n uniquo preparation for cases such as mine for a few doses entirely rumored my complaint I wonder at people going on suffering or spending their money on worthless things when llerbine in procurable andso cheap 0c n bottle at the East End Cofl Qrur PR TortsImtalmiofPhympivryr rtkttLsgeOp G h UKtIEK IN ONE SHMTK One Minute Cough Curo given relief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at phltgmIand soothes tho affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is n harmless and nevor failing euro In all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup Otto Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take hnrmlefut and good alike for young and old Sold by the East End Drug Co n Dooa Investment For HlVn will mend IkpmfurTIrrrmph itructlom for Iraruliu T1LIGILU1I OlmtA1JS A fascinating tot that will fnbl tau to nrngarni wtcm- Pii a 111ItIon I will mend it Telephone sling HERMAN C TAFEL IVIKTTMINO LCCTDIOl IB4twJirrtr Port Iii iovitvittc ftv When you fool blue and that every thing goes wrong take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanso and invig orate your stomach regulato your bowels givo you a relish for your food and mako you feel that in this world in a good place to live For sale by S E WELCH Jn Druggist REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron College has secured market for homespun and home wovcn goods such ns bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow lag prices Coverlids f4 to 18 Linen 40 to 60 cents a yard Dross Linsey 60 cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 13 a pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2k 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 trnnta before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per Ion or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Kf i The best physic Once tried Rod you will always use Chnmborlnius Stomach mid Liver Tablets William A Girard Pease Vt Tablets are tho most prompt 8aYliIpleasant and most reliable in uso For Salo by S E WELCH Druggist Is your harness In goodrepair Spring plowing will soon be hero Got ready for it beforehand by put ting your harness in good ehupa from jur splendid lino of Collnr Pads Collnr Beck Bnndn Bridle Hntno Chains Brcoohing- Troto ChniiiH JInmos etc If you need n Now Sot of harness t wo have tho best Our prices sro ex tremely low when you consider the qUlllityIT J MOBBRLY- M IiMrrrl ItirHmonl IJy llll r Than CuM- I was troubled for wovoral yearntwith chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lnn castor V II No romody hound mo until I began using Electric Bitters which did uiu more good than all tho medicines overused They have nlso kept my wife in excellent health for yenta Sho says Electric Bitters nrn just splendid for lomnlo troublliUnit they bro a grand tonic anti in vigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can tako iU plnco in our family Try them Only Mo Satisfaction guaranteed by tho EM- End Drug Co MONUMENTS Mrm IUtfston i SUtuirf Orinlt end MtrbU Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rca satiable prices andwith dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cfcrotr el tlila sad Colllni SltMU AN BAHLY ItlHKIl A strong healthy active conslitu tion depends largely on the condition of tho livor Tho famous littlo pills known an DowittH Littlo Early Risers not only cleanse the system but they strengthen tho action of tho liver and rebuild the tissues support hug that organ Little Early Risers are easy to act they novor gripe and yet they are absolutely certain to produce results that aro satisfactory i in all cases Sod by tho East gndfDrug C- oTis tho Comfort LineI FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popular HENDERSONROUTE Between LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST The WEST And- SOUTHWEST As wo are the orginatora of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you InItraveling to Get the Hen thereon Routo habitJltItIwill us Ask us about it I L J Irwin Oenl Pass Aft OeD L Garrett Tray Pass Art LOUISVILLE KY f r i THEs CITIZEN j Iil JHHHWHSHIMJHKHH I The Home I IiJINNIR LESTER HILL Editor J hW1HlHHHHHHHHHMn blue got un organ IIUWH got n mandolin Illllwtheyre klndrr Ratlin1 ready turtle the neighbors In nelf tnnlruclnr pliown em I s to Iciirn to play rill quick With how to Inner on the keys An how to kohl the pick Now Mnrl UII paw All right aaya maw i An youd laugh to hear em play Away Down Houth In Dixie An The Lovrd Ones Far Away Thou jmwhe gets befuddled An maw gets way nhnd It sounds like hats ncrenkln In an old tlnm rlckerty bed Taw trim to make the tremulln On the end of every vane An maw du tries to toiler him Which makes It all the worse nut Home Hwctrt lame they got down fine Per It port of cornea to maw An gives her eyes a tender look Which sort of tunes with paw Fred II Manta 1Iluwto lake it ftnatlirrn Snrrrlrocat Cut HIMJIIRO cake luto squares 2 by 2 Inches Iny n sweetmeat which tiny lx n piece of Kinder pear or peach pre IIIlre drained trout the sirup seeded cut In halt dried npi cut In dates cnudIM chocolates Ira181114 tm nn of any kind on rarh Cover tho top with meringue used for kl Hii nnd set till cakes In n cool oven to dry or sightly brown Cover the sweetmeat and cake fully no the meringue will come over the sides nnd nothing bo ecu when tnkpn tram the oven but meringue Tlufr to Make Mock Oyster Chop one MIll of corn very fine mid to It one trnnpnonful of unit a little pop lHr two eggs well ben Itll onehalf cup of Hour Ihe mixture should to stiff enough to drop from tilt spoon Fry In hot tnt drain on paper arrange on n folded nnpkln How to stake Iran Jelly Vanh nnd soak halt n pound of prunes overnight Cook until tender remove the stones add halt n cupful of sugar and hot water enough to mitko a pint In all and rub through a reran ales Cover onefourth of a package of gelatin with halt n cupful of cold water dissolve over hot wa ter add to the prunes with halt a cup ful of blnnchfHl nlinonds cut In strips Turn Into n mold and let It become fold HGTT to Destroy HmvrrOmutim lair Iowdered putulrc stone Is raid to be iffecllvo In destroying superfluous hair ou the 1m mU and aruts It It II first moistened and then rubbed on several limes a day HII HHI+IIII+ +IIHH + The School ttJOH WIRT DinSMORB Editor H4 + HHHHHHIt NEWSPAPERS IN SCHOOLS 1 Used Bcui They Furnish iShould Data of Real Life forty first annual mooting of the MinniMoU Educational association in St Paul F B Atkinson of Chi cago advocated the use of newspapers in schools On title point hffmtid Tho chief object of tho worlds great counterpart the school is to mach of life anti for life und this must IM dono largely from the printed page Thin newspaper ii tho only i printed page in which wo find data of real life It furnishes just what the teacher needs in the teaching of real life for it is the best production of life we CAn secureWhy has not tho newspaper long ego become an important part of the school t First because of force of habit in sticking to the old methods and old text books Second because many of those who see the Importance of using the newspaper in the public schools aro waiting for the ideal news paper to come forgetting that this can never be until they help create the newspapers and make themselves felt that the publishers will seek to publish papers such as will be the ideal for the schoolroom The newspapers should not be used to teach events but events should be UAH in teaching the various- t t studies which the pupil must cope t 1vlith suoh as history geography and the like These studies are made interesting to the child by the associ ation with tho news events of tho dayTho corelation of the worlds news with tho regular program of study makes the child shrewder and keener in the analysis of the world He hoes the bearing of tho happenings of the t world on every business and on every man The use of the newspaper aud periodicals in the schools is still In its j experimental stage but it is already being adopted by a large number of chools 01111111111111 11 111- 11IThe 1Farm SILAS CHBBVBR MASON Editor Il1I1C- over Crop Now Is the time to begin to think M cover crops In this Intitule generally they should bo sown between July 1 anti July 1C Clover Is perhaps the best crop for orchards In the middle nnd eastern states Mammoth clover Ix a little better than tin common red dover Crimson clover Is good In New Jersey and southward especially on poor sandy soils suggests Country licntlenmn A Device For the Farm Carriage A little device Illustrated by the Hu- ml New Yorker will add much to the comfort of riding In a canopy topped carriage where annoyance Is frequent ly felt from the sun shining In at one side or other or at tho back It may be A piece of cloth preferably of the same color as the upholstering of the carriage Is pulled over two bauds of HUTTING OUT TUB SDK elastic Hooks are sewed at tile ends of these bonds as shown the hooks being covered with cloth little cur taut can then be stretchedand hooked to the uprights on either side of the carrlngo or across the back putting It nt the right height to protect the face from the sun It will also serve excel lently ns n windbreak If the books are covered with rubber they will bo CM incurred to slip A Bad Example It in a good rule to say nothing but praise of the dead In the case how ever ot a public man whose example is likely to be held up for imitation a guardian of public morals and the ideals of tho young must sometimes prai88iTHE CITIZEN has only sympathy with the family and personal friends of Win Ooobfll but the attempt to glorify him as a statesman to be ad mired and imitated we earnestly pro test against Mr Goflbel was a manslayer and all that Senator Blackburn said at the funeral of the man whose blood ho shod is still true He diedwith no sign of repentance And liis public career was an assas sination of the liberties of his State His energies were devoted to schemes by which the majority of the people wore deprived of their just right to elect rulers of their own choice So far an young men follow him they will adopt tho idea that everything is fair in politics He belongs in the class of men liko IK SS Cox of Cincin nati and the oid time boss Tweed of New York Lot no one be deceived by tho fervid flatteries poured out on this man By all the standards of Ooh and of good men his example is not one to be commended Special Discount to Studonts Students desiring or in need of dental work this week call Dr Truett at the residence of G W Settle op posite Bicknell Earlja A Rod Hot Stove Burns when you touch it but if you have Pnracatuph First Aid to the Injured handy and apply freely the pain is relieved quickly and it heals without leaving an ugly scar There is nothing so good for Burns Cuts and Bruises as Paracamph Try a 25o bottle Many Baptists to Gather Cloveland Feb 2Tho Baptist May anniversaries will bo held In this city from May 1C to 24 Inclusive There will bo present according to esti mates 2COO representatives of that church from all northern states Among the distinctive organizations to meet at that time will be tho fol lowing The American Baptist Mis sion union the American Daptlst Home Mission society tho American Daptlst Publication society tho Wo mans Daptlst Homo Missionary so cloty the American Daptlst Historical society and the American Baptist Young Peoples society Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and tho other fresh and rosy Whence the dif ference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Fills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good di gestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25c East End Drug Co poI GALE WRECKS A TRAIN Four Cars Are Blown From Track by Hurricane FIVE PERSONS RECEIVE INJURIES Coaches Were Lifted Front the Units mid Thrown Down Kinlmiikmeul Train llnil Item Unnbln to Proceed Anliitt the Violent Storm Train IIIPII niul lH9iigers Hurt Idaho Springs Colo Feb 2Ag- ale while assumed terrific velocity std did great damage through this section wrecked a paoHuiiKer train on the Colorado Southern railroad bound from Denver to Georgetown Five persons were hurt Two coaches and combination bat gage car and express car were blown over and badly demolished The en gine and tender remained on the track Four of the train crew and onu passenger were Injured The train had conic to a stop about 1600 feet from the station In Georgetown being unable to proceed further because of the wind While waiting for the gale to subside the cars were lifted from the rails by the wind and forced over on their sides The pas senger and crew were thrown with great force against the sides of the cars hilt were able to escape through the doors and windows It Is be Hewed that Messenger Robinsons In juries were duo to trunks falling upon himIt was several hours before the news of the accident could be sent to Den ver as the telephone and telegraph wires were prostrated by the wind A special relief train sent from the lat ter city encountered trees and wires strewn over the track In many places and with dlfllculty reached its desti nation The severely Injured were taken to a hospital In Georgetown for treatment High Winds In Rockies Denvur Fob 2lIIgh winds pre vailed along tho eastern slope of the Hocky mountains In Colorado and Wyoming and much damage to properly was wrought In Denver two men lust their then as a direct result of the gale Charles Ormsby and Wil liam Daniels came In contact with a live electric wire which had been thrown from Its fastenings Into the streets and were instantly killed by the shock Gales Hurled Stones Cheyenne Wyo Feb 2The worst storm In the history of Cheyenne vailed when stones halt an inch InI diameter were sent hurling througn the air and many windows were broken The wind attained a velocity of G5 miles and numerous fences out buildings and barns wero blown down Voters Must Pay Tax Austin Tex Feb ITbo registra Lion of Texas voters for next Novem beta election closed at midnight and while all the returns will not be In for a couplo of days It Is estimated that out of some 700000 voters In Texas only 550000 of them have saves their voting privileges by paying then poll tax Under a constitutional amendment enacted two years ago and made operative a year ago vot orB In Texas are not allowed to exer else tho franchise privilege unless they pay U71i poll tax per year Thirty Died In Desert Salt Lake Utah Feb 1Thebodies of between twenty and thirty men who perished from thirst while attempting to cross tho desert be tween Moapa and Las Vegas Nov have been found within a few weeks according to advices received from the latter place Tho men It Is be lieved were tramps who attemptea to make the long Journey without But ficient supplies of food or water to carry them across Bourke Cochran Nominated Now York Feb 2W Bourke Cockran was nominated as the Dem ocratic candidate for congress in tho Twelfth New York district at a con ventlon held In tho headquarters of tho Tammany central association The nomination Is to till tho vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr Mc Clellan new mayor of Now York Mr Cockran accepted the nomination Beggar With a Million St Petersburg Feb 2An old woman who for 20 years past has re sided in a small room In this city has been found dead of privation Tho officials who wont to her room to seal up her furniture discovered the sum of 8000 In a cupbord and a further search resulted in the finding of secur flies valued at 1000000 Tho woman leaves no heirs- Cummins Predicts War Topeka Kan Jan 28 Governor Cummins of Iowa addressed the Kan gas Bar association hero at Its an nual meeting Ills subject was The Rights of Man Ho said In part The present situation between labor and capital is tending toward war Out of that vfar will como the settlement of the Question of man and master Russian Troops Sighted Seoul Korea Feb lSmall par ties of Russian soldiers are beginning to appear on the banks of the Yalu river Twenty mounted troopers crossed Into Korea at Samsao neat the head waters and 24 reached An tung They were officers said to he Investigating sites for barracks Woman Lived 125 Years Menominee Mich Jan 28Mrs Mary Schaferenskl said by her rela tives to have been 125 years old died f1 lofalliton township this county r Weather Report for January As our last December was our cold eat December in three years so the past January was the coldest for the same period The mean temperature- for the month has been gradually falling for the past few years it being 35 5 degrees in 1902 848 degrees last year and cnly 82 5 degrees this year The records of this station show that tho first part of the month up to the 10th and the last part are the coldest parts of the mouth The first period being the more severe A periodof warm weather may be looked for from the 12th to the 20 h The lowest temperature this year came on the night of the Brdwhen the mercury fell to plus 4 degrees Last year the minimum plus H degree came on the 9th The rainfall amounted to 811 inches This is more than for Janu ary last year by 123 inches but less than for the same month of 1502 by 3H inches The snowfall for one month in any year averages very small But strangely enough al though the mean temperature has been lulling for the past few years the amount of snowfall also keeps ndminishing This year the snowfall was 1 CO inches 2 inches last year and 360 inches the year before 10 to 11 clear days are common to the month This year it had 14 clear days C F RCMOLD Observer Bores Ky We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of course wo reimburse tho druggist You know him and trust him Dr slips Nervine Is medicine for your nervesIt diseases of tho Internal or gans by giving tone to the nerves which make these organs work It Is a novel theory not of anatomy but of treatment first discovered by Dr Miles and since made use of by many wMeawako physicians who ap predate Its value In treating tho nick If you are sick we offer you a way to be made wpllJ Mlles Nervine Tills medicine Is a scientific cure for nerve disorders such as Neuralgia Headache loss of Memory Sleeplessness Spasms Backache St Vltus Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Pros tration etc By toning up the nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of the Internal organs duo to a disordered nervous system Some of these are Indigestion Bil ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheumatism etc My brother had nervous prostration and was not expected to live J pre vailed upon him to try Dr Mlles Restorative Nervine and now he has fully recovered You remember I wrote you how It waved my life a few years ago when I had nervous trouble I preach Un merits to everyone REV M D MYEIIS Correctlonvllle Iowa FREEWrlle us and we mallFree Trial Package ot Dr Miles AntiPain Plllt the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what Is wrong und how to right Absolutely Free Address DR MILKS MKDICAT CO UVBORATORIES ELK1IART IND FOR SALE FARM AND TIMBER LAND 130 Acres younglruithug about 100 trees 40 acres in light timber good for firewoodetc Limestone spring water sufficient for two or three fami lies all the year Small cottage and barnro acres commerical timber esti mated to produce about 60 cords of tanbark and 4000 railroad crossties or 200000 feet lumber All t reels joining so as to make one complete farm- LOCATED onIIMt Zion 6 miles southeast of Panola Railroad Station and 7 miles southwest of Irvine Estill ccuutv Ky For examination call on P C Cox on the farm For price and deed call ou or ad dress W D Smith Box 204 Berea Ky Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiueess and worry in the house hold when a child showed symptons of croup there is now perfect confi dence This is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in the treatment of that disease Mrs M I Basford of Pooleaville Md in speaking of her experience in the use of that remedy says 11 have a world of confidence in Chamber rains Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success My child Garland is to severe attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by S E Jr To Printers We manufacture the very highest grade of BRASS RULE LEADS AND SLUGS BRASS LEADS L S METAL FURNITURE BRASSLEADERS METAL LEADERS BRASS GALLEYS SPACES AND QUADS METAL BORDERS METAL QUOINS priceWepricesOld a very small cost Highest prices paid for old type leads electros brass etc Send for our new catalogue PHILADELPHIA CO 908 FILBERT STREET PHILADELPHIA THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN- Ads in this column 5c per line first insertion 2 Jc line each sub sequent insertion six words to line No matter where you live or what your wants are advertise in this column and get results Cash must ac company orderWANTED PURCHASER for an extra good sad tile new for twothirds the cost price Inquire of Treasurer Osborne n TO BORROW MONEY for the ex tensive building projects of Ber a College in sums of five hundred dol lars or more paying interest for six months or a year Inquire of Treas T J Osborne LOOM AND FLAX WHEELMrs H W Graham Berea College Boron Ky would like to communi cats with anyone having a loom or good flax wheel for sale A GOOD WEAVER understanding the weaving of coverlids will be given work at the Weaving House on Jackson Street H W Graham Ieroa College Fireside Industries Berea Ky m FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cis terns at very low price Berea College Brick yard u WHO WANTS BIG CROPS The College Farm Department Prof Mason can spare a quantity of the Buckeye Fertilizer which made such tall good corn and other crops the past season For price etc apply soon FOR RENT SEVEN ROOMS and Farm Lands M K Pasco Berea Are You Restless At Night And harassed by a bad cough Use Ballards Horehound Syrup it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 25c BOo and 100 bottle at the East End Drug Gos have had occasion to use your BlatkDrusht Stock and Poultry Mtdi cine and am pleated to uy that never used anything for stock that gave half at good satisfaction heartily recom mend It to all owners of stock- J B BELSHER SL Louis Ma Sickstock or poultry should not eat cheap stock fOodany more than sick persons shouldexpect to be cared by your stock and poultry are sick give them med icine Dont stuff them with worth bowelsianimalwill be cured if it be si ble to cure it BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine unloads the bowels and stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock if taken in time a 25ccnt can PoultryMedicine times over Horses work better Cows Rive more milk Hogs gain flesh And hens lay more eggs It solves the problem of making 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continued uaatoueoftany chantetIn your ad Irrutivinc both old aud new addrciset Mining Numbers due to wrappers coming err In the mall or otherwise will be iulplied If we are notified Agent a Wanted In every locality Write for terms Anyone tending tn four new yearly subscriptions will receive Tin CITIZIN free for me year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY TUE OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop MEATS Tender and Juicy The Famous Jellico COAL at wholesale or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky THOSE No 20- GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Broad Your patronage is solicited T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in connection PropryCourt FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTER i in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at TIIMHOXE JOES 065 Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist e 1OfficeOver Printing office BEHEA KT Office ysWfdnesday to end of the week THOMSONiGROCERIES AND NOTIONS t Fruits and vegetables a specialty r OPPOSITE DUBDETTES MILL Berea Ky Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky Williams is better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean leg and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Ky r The Citizen 1 V year 6 mos 60c i II Tout de Suite By F H LANCASTKR fOopjrteht by sails Story IWA coj the green hills dipped to WHERE and where the sunset ToutdeSultelhadboards cut from the very heart of th pines Had roofed It snug and floored It close and done one other thing nobody knew but him Working eagerly by early stars and late In a fine frenzy of love dreaming by day and by night strange sweet dreams laboring lot 1Ingb until it stood In all its sweet scented completeness where the pines lately flood and sung One even 1ing he hot walked around It scarcely whistling for happiness the next he had locked the door bad the win dows and gone away Pourquol Ah mon ami ny a personne sans defaut And him they call ToutdeSulte ho had his fault as his nickname showed He WAS Im patient Hlen He was as Impatient as fire with wind behind It You see mon ami It used to be a bi of Eden out ypndah They had rat tlesnakes In the woods and In the bayou but it was a bit of Ede for all thatno newspapers no auto mobiles no appendicitis Love for th young liberty for the middleaged peace for the old and plenty of hard work for everybody That was the wa- It Vas until the railroad came like serpent Into paradise filling foolish heads with the notion that money could be had without working A bits you say a railroad to brin such a notion Hats arretez mon ami Down at the tie camp did they not offer 30 cents a head for cabbages And was not Madam Aloysuls garden full of cabbages that she had been wont t give to the neighbors for nothing or next to nothing Now every day she and Cherie filled their little cart hitched the old steer to It and Jogged leisurely Into camp there to sell doz ens of cabbages for 30 cents apiece Think of It they had hitherto had to depend for spending money on figs at three cents a pound Ah sacre i takes so many figs to make a pound Cherie had sometimes sighed softly to ToutdeSulte when he came In his Sunday clothes to smoke his cigarettes on Mme Aloysuls front gal lery Such a shabby little gallery with rickety steps that the four oclocks couldnt hide though they crowded ever so close ToutdeSulte longed for the right to repair that rotten roof put new blocks under those sagging corners and replace the hinges on the gate tied up with cowhide thongs Dut while he waited Impatiently for the time when all these and dearer far dearer rights should come to pass the railroad came and prosperity breathed Its reviving breath upon madams tumbleddowr establishment The house squared it self with the world new boards gleamed from the roof and new steps turned snowy under Chcrles energetic scrubbing ToutdeSuIto was up- the river hauling logs when things began to happen and his first call set him ngape Mamma have a man come up fom de camp and fix heem Cherie ex planned with modest assumption of carelessness when she saw him staring at the new boards Says she tlnk mebbe she have heem come mek new fence some day But me I don know I tlnk best finish de house first Man say de glass window don cost moren two dollars mebbe What you tlnic ToutdeSulte thought dreadful things lIe had not heard about the boom In cabbages What man Is das he asked harshly Cherie was delightfully Innocent I don know me It was mamma talk to thought only slightly less dreadful than the first came to Tout deSuite but before he could word It Cherie was telling him of their sud den rise In riches He began to un derstand that this pretty new dress was not her very best put on for his especial benefit She spoke slightingly of It Good enough yas fo de house every day and hinted darkly of things done In the way of hats in sudden anguish the boy understood that he as no longer the brightest light in her girlhood heaven and a perfect frenzy of fear and impatience seized him Could not Cherle be ready by spring He had his ground most ready to plow he could work on the house wet days and evenings Couldnt she be ready by then He gas so tired of being lonesome and much more along this line for your Cajan lad wooes well And Cherie was kind Voila An unlimited supply of new ribbons need not always make a girl cold to old friends So kind was Cherie Toutde jultei went home whistling My Loves Like a Little Bird with heart as light as happiness Le pauvre garcon forgetting the other words of the pretty song that they all waltzed by at the balls out yondah Why should he not be happyvery happy He and Cherie had bees en gnged live years now they were to be married In the spring It was as though he could never get used to the joy of that thought but must need tell It to his heart again and again as ho cleared and fenced and dug and hullded The busiest man on nil Bayou ds Acndicn Too busy even to hearI the news until a charcoal burner stopped his tired team before the new horse TontdeSuIte was surveying In an ecstasy of pride and happiness It was the coalburner told him 1dreu bought up all the cabbages and wouldnt sell any more for 30 cents was asking 40 and petting it and then with a cruel look on his smutty face how there was a handsome young boss down at the tiecamp who talked to Cherie while madame sold cabbages Then ho had chuckled and cracked his whip and said allons allons to his team and ToutdeSultewas on his horsetired hungry dirty mad urging the fleet little beast until thee wind hummed In his ears but could not soothe his burning Impetuosity And as he rode he arraigned Cherie bitterly While he had been work like one dog she had been talk to das railroad fellow andand But I show her me Dna what The meeting was what might have been expected a result to bring Joy to any gossips heart ToutdoSulte stormed Cherie was disdainfully calm She shrugged her shoulders and smiled pityingly at his upbraldlngs He demanded a promise that she would never talk wit das fellow ngaln She replied coldly that she would talk when she chose where she chose and with whom she chose She was neatly dressed and had on new shoes Ho was all dirty AndtCherie made him things Raging ho bade her an angry hisnhorse smiling she watched his angry saidethat he would nail up the house turn the cows In on the corn and go weymammasagardenEh mon ami The Jingling of the guinea does not help all the hurts thegeclat with which she dent but though Cherie held her head high she was not happy Easy enough for outsiders to say that she was oft sownobe on with the rich one TIens she had loved ToutdeSulte for half a score of years Hold her head over so high she could not keep her heart from waking In the night to sob for him nor her eyes from straining up the road he used to cover at a swinging lope The days In spite of Increas thetSunday evenings werecruel das what Even going to camp and co quetting with the young boss ceased to satisfy and all the time a desire kept growing In her heart a hungry yearning to see the house ho had built for her Ho had told her so often how It looked straight Into tho sunset and how they would sit on their gallery after supper and watch the evening star go down behind the pines How long it seemed since they had talked about that In an other week the desire had become a desperate need She must see that house her house before ho brought another woman to live In It It was five miles by the road but only three miles through the woods When madam next started to camp Cherie expressed a desire to remain at home A year ago this would have provoked a voluble protest but now the little madame was too fully occu pied with her corner on cabbages to give more than an absent rejoinder SI bon tu semble she said and climbed Into the cart Cherie approached her home that was not to be with shy eagerness Yes there It all was Just as he had said Already the sun stooping to the west threw long pine shadows to the doorstep There was the little yard ho had fixed for her flowers and there was the garden and the corn fieldno he had not turned the cows In on the corn It was growing lustily In the new ground And there was the bench by the well where she had planned to wash She could almost see him lighting cigarettes and laugh Ing shyly his strong white teeth gleam- Ing In the flare of the match while he told her how happy ho was going to be when he had a wife And nowho would have a wife yes but Chcrlos arms were folded on top of the little gate her head bent It was all like looking on the dead she thought Presently the tears came Ah It felt so good to cry at last She would stand there and sob and sob forever and ever Cherie Her head was up Instantly the tears dashed away I got los me she said valiantly But Tout de Suite was not listen Ing Ho had cleared the gate and swung her up to his breast Cherie ma petit ma petit he kissed the tears from her cheeks and lashes he kissed the quiver from her lips and over and over he called her his little one and his ovn- I come back yesterday me he said and even his Impulsiveness did not see the need of telling her that ho movingfarm Possibly In his great Joy ho had forgotten the bitter resolve pcor hotheaded truehearted Toutedc Suite Cherie he whispered lifting his cheek from hers I want to show you sometlng I going to make you sur prise but now nol He carried her through the gate to the tiny front gallery his strong brown fingers trembling over the shutter latch and then the brilliant light of the stooping sun blazed bravely back at her from clear glass panesiplele Wife How many people gaze at my new dress I presume they wonder It Ive been shopping in Paris HusbandMore likely they wonder If Ive been robbing a bankNew Yorker holdI TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL tr ser1InrTilE LESSON TEXTMark 12131 UOIIIX TKT llr taut hit hands on rvrry our of them snit heale- dutrmlatkr lill- OfTIlNK OP 8CII1ITVRC SECTION 15125IntiH15llfulliiRlnII IllIIn g In Ietera hquw Iuke4353u 51617healingllrnllnKnl the door Luke 44041 thelast1iuce Capernaum a btputltut and thriving city on the ties of Galllic Lake of G nneiimt NOTES ANI COMMENTS Jesus and the four fishermen Peter Andrew James and John left the fl h Ing grounds together and went to tin city of Capernaum which was full of men women and children for their ork was henceforth to be In the busy world of men They were to be mis jlonarler home missionaries at llrst then foreign missionaries On the Sabbath day Jesus experience In the synagogue at Nazareth was on the lIre ceding Sabbath What must have been ills feeling as lie entered the synagogue here And taught Jesus taught a great deal In the synagogue during His early ministry Its tcrvlce was more informal than that of the temple at Jerusalem the seat of the stillest and most orthodox Judaism Though In struction In the law was the main ob- Ject of the synagogue Its services were In the hands of laymen nut prletts Gelklt and were more like our prayer meetings than our church services Amid the dull mechanical tendencies which were turning the heart of Juda im to stone the synagogue may have been often a center of life and rallying place of freedomDean Chadwick Taught them as haying authority This is one of the most illuminating sentences In the whole story of Christs life The im nnlng Is not simply that He puke as If confident that lie was rightthe scribes were doubtless confi dent they were right but rather that tie did not back up His teachings by rtferenw to the standing authorities Moats etc but spoke the truth that lie felt to be true In Ills own soul de pending on the truth ItseUitu rnakults own impression Ills was u mef sage til rest from God Another surprise was In store for the synagogue audience that day A man with an unclean spirit The belief In demoniacal possession was common monK Jews and Gentiles In the time of our Lord and It long obtained In the Christian church Uutit has been point ed out that most If not nil the phenom tea associated with this belief are now diagnosed ax forms of disease Insanity rpleH hysteria etcAdeney We should add what psychologists call dig eases of personality double consciousness etc If the unfortunate In this esson was diseased rather than pos jessed of a foul spirit why did Jesui speak as If there was a spirit Be cause the man believed It was n devil that was troubling him 3 Everyone tae believed so too 3 The best way to meet an insane person Is to meet blm where he thinks ho Is H Christ was not here to correct all mens er roneous beliefs It would have done to Kuod and immense harm It would havo teen going off on a tangent Whether he man was an epileptic or possessed of the kind of devil that the Jews believed in was a matter of Indifference far as the kingdom was concerned The point Is that Christ healed the man Christ allowed nothing to Interfere with ills main purpose Come out of him Everyone saw that time man was cured What la this What does all this ncan referring to the whole service A new teaching unclean spir its obey him The two marvels of the day Doth equally Unlocked rcrthe former a moral miracle the latter a physical both revealing an Im penal spirit exercising sway over the minds and bodies of menUruce Noto the effect In verse 28 And straightway No time was lust How full of service for others the Masters days were Came Into the house of Simon Jesus was the guest of Ills new disciple A fever Very common in the low hot courtry about the lake commonly believed like In sanity to be the work of evil spirits Luke says Jesus rebuked the fever as be had done in the case of the man In the synagogue At even The Sab bath ended at sunset Picture to yourself the scene No painter has ever been able to do It so well as We can In our own minds Remember the Mas ters commanding presence but that Ifs was at the close of a hard day sur rounded by the poor and the needy not the unsympathetic Iharleees and radl antly happy In being able to minister to them whom lie considered as brother and sUters Suffered not to speak because they knew Him How did they know Him Explanations aro plenty but not such as explain The Intultons of deranged persons are fre quently amazingly keen and true and can hardly bo explained Christ did not want to be proclaimed the Messiah as yet particularly by these people ivho were physically or mentally unsouuo The time was not ripe Ilniu Horn Illiiili Works of love are words of life It Is a good thing to know a period when you see one The chariot of sin usually becomes a police ambulance Our petitions cannot go up if our prac tice Is going down When the heart Is Gods abiding pluce ills peace Is at ways there Death may mark the difference between the walking and the winging of the soul The man who sighs for the days of thA martyr generally does It In an easy chair THE LAWYERS STORY Yky n llijiuir Vim Tnkrn on the Cnniilnu nod 1lililnu lieu IIless The young men had made great pre orations for their fishing trip Into the Indian territory and their disappoint meat was deep when on the very morn Ing they were to start the lawyer whom they till liked told them ho could not go To snake the matter worse his explanations wero very lame and unsatis factory it was evident that he had given up the trip for some reason which he hesitated to name As a last resort tho others went In n body six of them to his office and de manded that he tell them exactly why he had Cctcrtf when he had been most enthusiastic In planning the outing I youre really to understand he said shall have to begin with my own boyhood My father the beet father I think that a boy ever hind always showed me a tenderness which even as a child knew was somehow different from the love which my playmates had from their parents It was not untllI was perhaps 14 years old that he told me why this waito Although he himself lived a most exemplary life his father his fathers fa ther and two of his uncles had been drunkards Tho taste for liquor he believed to be hereditary In our family and In me he had recognized many of the traits he himself possessed and which hid made his own life a long fight against the habit of drink Hr pointed out the danger that lay before me and lieppctl mo to give him my I TOOK TIn DIUNi promise never unuir any ejrcum ctanre to touch liquor It Is your safe ty be raid Unless you make this ra olutloo and have the strength to keep It the odds will M fatally against yon for like myself you art easily Influ eared by others If I thought that tomorrow you were to take your first drink I should pray to God that you might die today Of cutine promised lie had never talked to me In that way before and of course It made an impression on me was frightened and for several years I kept my promise Then I went with Ionia other young fellows on an allday Untie trip While we were eating our luncheon one of our number a boy whom we all admired took a bottle of whtly from his pocket drank from It and passed it to his next neighbor The bottle went round the circle for no one dared refute to follow George Ileltz load When It caino to me I tried to pats It on without drinking but the others began to tease and ridicule me until from sheer cowardice I took the drink A second and a third followed and I began to realize that I liked the stuff and wanted pore of It My fathers warning llathcd across my mind If you take one drink you may be forever lost The rest of the day passed wretched ly enough and I was glad when It was time to start for home When reached the house I found that my father whom Iliad left In good health In the morning was lying nt the point of death Ho had had a sudden attack of heart disease They told me he was very anxious to- coo me alone and with a breaking heart I entered his room He could not move and could hardly speak but as I tool his hand and bowed my head upon It crying he smiled ten derly and lovingly on mo When I grew caroler he spoke although the effort was pitiful to witness He strong mothers sake my sake kiss me All bent down to kiss him he noticed the odor of liquor In my breaths I shall never forget the look of agony of de spair In hit eyes My poorlostboy hfi groaned end tbexn were his last words Since that day God helping me I have never touched a drop of liquor But I know my weakness I dont dare to expose myself to temptation and I never knowingly go where liquor Is to be used This morning while the pro vision wagon was being loaded I saw that some one had tent along a case or whisky Forgive me boys Im not preaching nor finding fault with you tut yon see now why I cant go You tan go and you shall go spoke tip the judge who had provided the case of liquor for the whisky Is going to stay bore So the lawyer went and a jollier healthier happier outing none of this men ever had Youths Companion The legislator who will vote to fasten lice saloon system on the necks of an iitiwllllng people should be pre served in hip own alcohol and used as- a sign In a saloon window National Advocate A BLACKBOARD EXERCISE Stew n Sunday aclenl Can Ile BInds to Itrnllir IJquurs tturtllnu- llnlnnri Sucre A splendid way to Interest fluid In struct tiny to Impress n Sunduy school In a practical lesson on tcmfcrancc IB for the superintendent or some person well posted upon the evils ol intem perance to conduct a general exercise a blackboard lecture taking for the topic A Debtor and Creditor Account wth Mr Alcohol lime a good black 4Mand promptly and clearly and ask him to como forward snit act as clerk for the school Then let the lender ask the scholars fur sumo Items that they can set down to the credit of Mr Alcohol None will probably be given for the glorious reason that there eve none but do not hurry Continue to self If there Is not one tiling that ran be rel down to the good credit of Mr Alcohol After had almost worried a school In my demands for something to rot on the irtdlt side of tho account a little hay said Alrohol Is good to keep corpst from rotting Finally when the school Is deeply Im pressed with the fact that there Is nti good thing that can be GIld In favor of Mr Alcohol Ut the debit aide be called for You will be surprised to hear the reasons come In Lot thn clerk put them down one at a time and let the leader put a little earnest speech with each One o as to drive the truth homo When through what an exhibit that lilackbonrd will show tint one thing In favor but more than n dozen things against the use of alcohol How easy now to cllnrh this truth upon thn souls of the very boys and girls who have furnished time Items for the conclti slonne B U Eaton D n TO HELP THE DRINKER The Tr nliiirnl of liirlirlrlr lij elir litrnmrnl of Vlrlurln n lrnlU The committee appointed by tht government of Victoria In December 11901 to Inquire Into the subject of In and the methods for Its curl hu furnished a report to the chief secretary Alter detailing the work of Invcwligntlon rtltOrt1lOlfllby the government of all lustltutlcm for the treatment of Inebriety 3 Tba nil such IrMliutlons must be placed un- trr government sup rvlslon s4 lMpe lion 3 That a sprclnl riser 0 eonta meat and irsila ent tuna be provide for criminal Irtbrlatn where the of fens may be directly trod to lorbrltt or where the ground of dUn Is habitual drunhrnnrss Itself 4 That n government Institution Bdr board of control be established In some locali ty suitable for isolation sad clauls0 tlon and the ojioijftjlj for fmploj meal to which Intbrlatra Nil be trot voluntarily or compulsorily In whirs different methods of treatment may be adopted 5 That a bill be laintdhtttljr Introdurrd by the gorernrocst determining the condit lOlls under which IIM tirlatts ran be dealt with on thi hoes ol the Nw South Wsiee measure at Stop t mbr 1900 aril making pravlilon tar the fnrogolnR recommendation llrlt Ish Medical Journal NOTES AFIELD Raleigh N C by a majority of 191 voted against the saloons and In fa vor of one dispensary The law went Into effect on January end 23 saloons were closed The contest was a hard one The constitutionality uf the Sunday closing 14V pawed by the Minnesota legislature In 1903 was uphold In a ele clslon made by Judge Iliac of the SLrPaul municipal court The cute un der consideration will be carried to the spurcme court There aro voters In Kansas whonerer saw a saloon In thin county In which they were born and now live and In whose minds liquor selling Is classed In tho same category as stealing or any similar crime There aro counties where the jail has not been occupied for moro than eight years In Belgium tho tax on spirits has been Increased and at the same time the tax on tea has been removed with the object of encouraging tea as a beet age In Holland n league has been formed to fight the Use of spirits It alms nt legislation but for tho pres ent It Is doing personal work by post Ing agents at the doors of public houses to urge the patrons not to enter King Edward directed last summer that the officers of the ray be informed that he considered his health as much honored by those who drink It In wn tcr as by those who drink It In wine Early this month he sent word to a bar onet who had violated the doctors orders by drinking the toast to the king In wine that such u proceeding was undesirable Wo are evidently com- Ing to tho saner days when It shall no longer be regarded as polite to urge J n man to violate his conscience for the rsake of being In the fashion Wlinl II Due The liquor trafflc Defies law 1 Wrecks lives j Ruins homes kDivides families Destroys wealthfBreeds criminals Produces poverty Increases taxation Debauches politics IsquallflcslaborerslJepreclate Corrupts legllntllrIProfanes The traffic must be destroyed National Advocate tI t 3o4Go40tG1 t44GrvOQG4RwoQGtO otly0ifit0i04OQQt144ttQ Lo STATE NEWS PICKUPS 1 na osaoa9aa o3oa a aca tnoas ra a raaatc a naati KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY In the House a Republican Wat Un seated and a Democrat Seated ojJrallkrort JaSellntoSella1 tor Charlea Carrull Introduced a bill Monday prohlbltliiK any state county or city oinclnl from holding any com inlttceshlp or other omco In tho Rift of any political party except delegate to any convention The senate by unanimous voto pawed the bill rees tablUhlnK tho state geological survey for two moro years with en annual appropriation of 15000 to carry tho work loft oft Bovcrnl years ago when tho survey was abolished Senator Cantrlll Introduced a bill creating till Kentucky Tobacco Growers Commis sion and names tho commissioners lit tint bill and urnvlilna that when a vacancy occurs It shall bo filled by the remaining commissioners Tho duties of the commission will be to look after I bo Intercuts of tobacco growers In Kentucky and provides an appropria thin of 20000 to carry It Into effect House Speaker Drown received a telegram from W J llryan which was rend to the houno whllo In session an nouncing hits acceptance of tho InVltn lion from the leglNlaturo to deliver an address hero on February 3 tho 4th nunlversay of nor loelxMs death Frankfort Ky Jan 27Senate Tho five bills amending tho game laws and cstablUhltij a state dell and game warden were reported favorably and made a special order for next Tuesday Stumtor Georges bill providing for un cmcndinrnt to tho constitution so as to return to tho viva voce system of vot ing was made a special order for Fri day at the same hour as thin grand father clan jo bill Gov llcckhom sent In tho following appointments which were referred to tho committee on char liable Institutions Dr Minnie C Dun lop to be third nsulitant physician at tho Islington asylum to bo commls vlonrnt of deaf mutn Instlluto at Dan yule n O Hodes and B W Ullurd to succeed themselves Joe McDowell Jr to succeed O B VI emnn and W J llohon to surreed W S Itowland- Iloiifo The fuller bill passed pro viding for an Increase In the length of monthlllCllllirmnll t on motion nf Dr Averdlck anti made n riwch In behalf of tho measure which Iio said allowed the mayor of iulsvlllo to remove members of the board public mfrty and public works vvhi worn Inimical to the administration Jlr OConnor of Ixnilsvlllu stated tint ho opposed the bill but It was llnlltndIby a vote of S3 to 22 The appropriating J1SOOO annually for Its Konturky Childrens Home sorlcty wait paMmt by a vote of 72 to 2 The Bourne 11111 to adopt as the state law the Car stntultIwnRFrankfort Jan 28 Sonato Tho following now hills were presented Wednesday Art flying April 1 as th day iiMn which all state and county tAxo shall bi duo and payable to amend tho revenue laws of firstclass stiles lit as to carry Into effect tho r Amendment of Section 181 of tin con r Ktllutlun thnt was voted on at tho re colt election regulating tho produc time Admission and Inspection of docu ments In actions In law and actions of an equitable nature Tho J F Porte lilll extending tho term of common schools from five months to pix months was passed unanimously Th C Nat Iortur bill to protect liverymen from fraudulent representations by people who him horses and vehicles was passed with 20 ayes and Ii nays Hotiso Tho bouse ended the only election contest of the session by oust lug tho republican and seating the democrat by a strict party vote Tho houso bill appropriating 1000000 for a new state capitol Is also a special order for Thursday and seems dead sure nf passage by A practically unanl noun vote lly unanimous consent tho following bills were Introduced To provide for tho licensing of architect And regulating the practice of arch tects to establish An additional circuit court district comprising Floyd Knot and lJtcher counties Y Franlifort Jan 9SenatcTho Ilnnrnm resolution Appropriating U 000 for n monument to mark the slto fit tho old fort at IJoonesboro In Mad son county was reported without ex pression of opposition by tho commit itoe anti after an eloquent speech by Senator Ilurnam was passed by a vote of 23 to 2 Tho capitol appropriation bill was pasEcO The Cantrlll school book bill DM enrolled WAS read by the r IIIwenttot seated Wednesday to succeed II IX Gregory and ho was sworn In Tho flay bill allowing an amendment f- vvastho constitution by A majority of votes shown by caucus returns reported unfavorably but was Ad vanred to Its second reading by A vote of Iho liousiv The stay bill to allow the atale board of valuation And ao HCHHinent to assess for taxation tin shore of stock In national bank was reported favorably by tho committee on revenue And taxation and advanced to the calendar Tho same committee reported favorably tho Sharp bill pro T widing for the alaensmentof promisor y soles Tho Yearn bill regulating th practice of pharmacy was reported vorably by the committee on public health Death of An Aged Woman Ovcnsboro Ky Jan 29Mrll Sal lie A Hlgga died at Browns Valley in this county of old age She lacked A few weeks of being 100 She was married In Marlon county and moved lien when alto was 20 years old She roared ten children Beaten Insensible and Robbed Ashland Ky Jan 9Morgon Jones n blacksmith of Coal Grove 0 r wan atgaultcd In Ashland beaten insensible robbed and Jeft on the Icy streets to freeze Ho pas found by tfce police and cared for it Jttr F NEW CAPITOL OUILDINO The Bill Passed Through the Senate Dy a Unanimous Vote Frankfort Ky Jan 29Thll passage through the senate Thursday aft ernoon by unanimous vote the IIOIIHO bill appropriating n million dollars for n new copilot at Frankfort marked the end of a fight which lad been waged for tho removal of the seat of government since tin days when lien ry Cloy cone to tho legislature as a representative front exlugton anti started a fight which has been tire cher jshcd ambition of that city since till tho present session when Lexington IxMilBvlllo and other towns Joined In and aided Frankfort for the present bill HEADEND COLLISION Three Men Were Fatally Injured at Mlddlesboro Ky Mlddlesboro Ky Jan 2in a head end collision between a Southern railway and a lx ulsvlllc Nash ville train hero Wednesday night threo men were fatally Injured Injured Joseph Manrlng brakeman of Mid dlesboro both arms and both legs crushed will tile Henry llamwell Southern fireman of Knoxvllle hurt Internally will die Arthur Diddle armIway from Cumberland Gap to Middles boro SENATOR JOE C S BLACKBURN He Will Arrive In Frankfort Sunday to Look After His Interests Frankfurt Ky Jan 28Unllell States Senator Jo C S Blackburn will arrive here Sunday to look after his Interests In tho race for the seat now occupied by him at Washington Mr lllackburn will have opposition In tho person of Congressman D II Smith ot lItalltJUltown and probably 0111- I urs Wnlle Gov Heckham In his reply i to Senator J Campbell Cantrlll re tontly declared himself out of the sen beet clef among lllackburns at least that tho governor will bi In the light when the line arrives Goebel Memorial Services Frankfort Ky Jan 9l1oth hoiiBOK of the legislature and tho may arrangeiwino upon his ml Irons Wednesday even heckei hum It In unofficially stated that Mr paiI limnIforIaccordance with Ids wishes for trim 1111111IWill Fight State Fair Appropriation Owensboro Ky Jan 21AtametI Ing of tho Business Mens association W O Archer was directed to leave for Frankfort In limo Interest of the bill for repealing tho act giving the Ken tacky llvo Stock Breeders associa then an annual appropriation of 15 000IThe Truck Gave Way Corinth Ky Jan 29A slight wreck occurred to passenger train No 4 on tho Southern Thursday morning andecar one was badly hurt save Trackwalker Page who was struck by a Dying bit of Iron and his leg broken near the trip Louisville Firm Assigns Louisville Ky Jan 28 Sutcllffe Co dealers In sporting goods filed a deed of assignment to Peyton N Clarke The creditors flied n petition In tho federal court lost week to force tho firm Into bankruptcy Liabilities 40000 and nominal assets of 57000 Invoiced value Buying Up Tobacco Hopklnsvllle Ky Jan 21lIeuder troll parties representing tho Imperial Tobacco Co which has a controlling Interest In tho British tobacco trade lire hero and have rented a number of large stcmmcrlcs for the purpose of buying tobacco for strips Local Option BUI Defeated Frankfort Ky Jan 9Thc Farris local option bill under which It was conceded all of tho counties of tho state those containing big optionewas defeated after an all day fight in the senate Thursday Fine Vein of FIre Clay Owlngsvllle Ky Jan 29While drilling an oil well near Salt Lick William Collier an oil driller struck what is pronounced by experts to bo a nile win of fire clay Time vein was found at n depth of 12 feet and Is 35 feet thick WellKnovn Hotel Clerk Dead Paducah Ky Jan 29Frell HMS for ninny years a wel known hotel clerk but retired in recent year died aged 68 Ho was borr in Germany and had lived hero since ho was 2 years old lie was a bachelor f FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington Jan 20SenateThe senate Monday heard further discussion on tho question of appointments to olllccs rustle during congressional recesses listened to a speech on the Isthmus canal question by Morgan and passed n number of bills of a semi public character As a result of the debate on tho appointment question a resolution asking for specific Informa Ion concerning tho nomination of W D Crum as collector of customs at tho purl of Charleston S C was passed A resolution asking for similar information concerning tho nomination of Brig Gen Wood and other army officers went over until Tuesday Among tho bills passed was ono au thorlzlng tho erection of A monument to tho memory of John Paul Jones House Tho house passed tho army appropriation bill carrying approxl innately 70000000 after adopting a number of amendments Tho prone Ion for the consolidation of tho adju tant generals department and tho rec ord of the pension office of the war department Into ono bureau to bo known as tho military secretarys once was stricken from tine bill on the point ol order raised by Mr Grosvcnr 0 Time Item of 400000 for the construction of an army general hospital at Washington also went out on a point of order as did tho paragraph provld Ing for tho construction of a subma rime cable from Sltka to tort Llscum A resolution calling on tho secretary of state for Information as to tho nunv her of carriages maintained by the wvcrnnicnt for tho state department was adopted Washington Jan 27SenateThetlmo of tho senate Tuesday was again divided between consideration of the Panama question and other subjects There was only ono speech on tho ca nal question and It was mado by Mr Stone Mo who spoke to a resolu lion directly tho senate committee on foreign relations to make an Investiga lion Into tho Panama revolt lie con tended that tho circumstances Indi cal 4 complicity on tho part of the United States In tho secession of Pan aura and urged that In tho Interest ot time countrys good name all tbo facts should be known A number of bills were passed Including ono for a memorial bridge across tho Potomac river ot Washington House Mr Boutcllo rep 111 ad dressed tho house for nearly two hours In a reply to statements by Mr WII llama Miss the minority leader In his stand pat speech of a few days ago Mr Williams In turn replied to Mr Boutelle Tho house had under con sideration at the tlmo tho urgent de ficiency bill Mr Boutcllo received close attention of both sides of the chamber and when ho spoke of tho passing of tho last trace of bitterness between tho north and south ho was loudly applauded on both sides Washington Jan 2SSenRteThe Konato proceedings Wednesday Includ ed a speech by Mr Simmons N C in support of the Panama canal treaty And tho passage ot A number of bills and resolutions Mr Simmons was time first democratic senator to favor the measure on tho floor of the senate He announced his disapproval of time Intervention of the United States In tho Panama revolt Among the bills passed was one granting to citizens of Porto lllco and tho Philippines tho right to tako advantage of Ito natur alization laws of this country but Mr Spooner moved to reconsider the vote thus leaving tho question undis posed or- 1IouseGellral debato In tho house on tho urgent deficiency bill digressed to a discussion of political topics tho race question and aerial navigation Mr Burkett Neb led oft with a tile cussion of the political situation from n republican viewpoint and Mr Coch ran Ulo spoke for the democrats Mr Wardwlck dens Ga mado an extended address on time race problem Discussion of flying machines was pre cipitated by the report of tho appro priations committee which recommended time tabling of a resolution calling on the secretary ot war for In formation as to expenditures that hind been mado In connection with flying machine tests Tho resolution was ta bled C B Landls rep Ind closed tho day In a political speech lasting an hour Washington Jan 29SenateTho tlmo of tho senate Thursday was tie voted to debate rather than to set speeches on tho attitude of tho United States towards time Panama revolution There was a variation however In that tho discussion also hind reference to till right of tho president to with hold Information called for by the serrate Tho Immediate foundation ot tho controveroy was the democratic caucus resolution calling on the presl dent to sfato whether ho has yet sup plied all tho papers In tho archives bearing upon the Panama affair Tho democrats contended for the right for the senate to demand Information In tho possession of tho executive de partment bearing on trestles before tho senate whllo tho republican speak era spoku In defense of tho discretion of the president to withhold informa tlon1IouseTho house for an hour was entertained by a speech by Mr J Ad am Bedc rep Minn who made his maiden effort and won leis spurs Ills remarks wero replete with wit and humor as well as serious thought Now anti then for purposes of Illus tration ho would tell a story whoso recital greatly amused his auditors Ho received the closest attention of republicans and democrats alike and drew laughter And applause first from one and then from tho other sldo ot the house There also was a discus slur on finance by Mr 11111 rep Ct and Mr Williams dem Miss besides references to the Panama canal and tho race problem In the south Convict Made Goods Washington Jan 29The Slbley bill to prohibit the purchase by the government of convict made goods was tho suhject of a hearing before the house committee on labor Tho measure was favored by E J Roche representing tho A F of L Proposed New Article to Constitution Washington Jan 29A proposed new article to tho constitution was Introduced by Representative McDer mitt of New Jersey prohibiting tho incorporation by stifles of corporation to engage la business outside of state jljL A BACHELOR TEA BuftjTi my dog and every Jay U With my three boytlolli take afternoon tea Hob toy Ii gay In his tartan plaid lobby Hhufton not bad as u sailor lad And Jack the mldihlpmlte trim and neat In under the table In lowly scat Now an doll are not really alive Huffy Bud I have to eat for tire live Hut we pny no hard and romp about That both our uppellls hold out 8om tlm i wete bread with our cambric tea- Sometimes nurse brings nice things to me Hut It lIt crackers or just a bun Se tat It all up and have lots of fun Hun WHKI his trll and smiles at me I tell Ida my verretn and pour out the tea Lilian Palmer lowers In 8t Nicholas WHY TORTOISE WON Old llrnllirr Trrrniln Ulvr Tree eIuf r Itnrr of Vlilcli All Children Know Did you ever hear the true story of the rave between the Hare anti the Tor toise Old Brother Terrapin told It to me one day as I lay on my back In the grass by the pond Never heard the real truth of that victory of mine did ycr he squeaked as he crawled up to me No never said I how waslU Well he laughed you see they always suppose that I won that race by peeping on plodding along at my usual gait while old man Rabbit frisked along and fooled and wasted his time showing off before the spectators But It was nothing of that sort Let me tell you at the start that all the plod ding In the world without a little throught and common sense will never win anything You see I had A little bone to pick with that yaller dog at Bill Sjtktti cause one day when 1 was asleep he turned me over on my back read I didnt get my footing for two days and was nearly starved tosay nothlngof tine work brought on the old lady and the IllTClllIU TO DOGS TAIL three children So when Mr Rabbit and I started on that race that you have read of I knew at the start that I had no chance to win without jme little game Just then along comes Dill Sykes yal her dog Mornln says he nice day for tbe raceIand youll see a great show So down he sat on his yaller tall and opened his yaller jaws and let his red tongue bang out One two three go says the starter and just then I saw mI chance and grabbed Mr Dogs tall be tween my Jaws He gave one yell of ter ror and surprise and set off through the woods toward the goal at lightning speed pulling me through the air after him My but we did fly And when we got near the goal I let go and walked the rest Mr Dog was EO scared he ran on home Served him right for turning me over But I won the race I tell you brains count which he ambled p08tD1S1patch OODLES Is the horse Pinkie the T passenger ToadIes doesnt like being a horse much though Illsi- O humiliating to be tied up to a cart and especially so If you have to pull about another dog you know you can whip If you can only get the chance Toodles looks peaceful enough and he is gentle and affectionate with his hu man friends The dogs are the play mates of a little New York boy says the Detroit Free Press Blnkle Is a fery lively youngster and most things iJJ I PULLING TIGERS TOOTH Cunrnuroiin Ileatlst mares tbe Beret la IU Cage and Perform lluz- nriloui Operation It was noticed that Charlie Crofcer a captive tiger in New York was mop Ing and Irritable Ills illtemper it was found was due to the ulceration of a broken tooth A dentist with A sufficient accident Insurance policy was at last found who would run the risk of taking It ouL The tiger was made harmless by being bound with strong ropes and then the dentist went at his task as set forth In the Boston Evening News The tigers mouth was braced open with a piece of two by four scantling and his lower jaw well saturated with a solution of cocaine and another pain destroying drug The dentist got his forceps on the tusk but they slipped He made two other attempts and each time brought away A small piece of the tusk The tiger lay remarkably still lie pulled on the ropes that held him but most of his strength was spent on the piece of scantling between his jawsThe dentist said Ill have to use a hammer on that tusk the forceps wont do He braced A threefoot piece of a plank against the tusk and struck the other end of the plank twice rime plank split at the end that rested against the tusk Then a threefoot iron bar was used It took two blows of the hammer on this bar to loosen the tusk The tusk broke and WAS taken out piece by piece Proprietor fleck the keeper and the dentist left the cage the ropes were taken ot the tiger and he jumped to his feet He shook himself and growled a few times to make sure he was still able to He didnt seem to be any the worse for his experience BOY KEPT HIS WORD Conil Habit Formed In Youth fnd Charles Urny n Irimiieroui Cllr Iluiliieim Leader Charlie Charlie clear and sweet as a note struck from a silver bell the voice rippled over the common Thats mother cried one of the boys and he instantly threw down his bat and picked up his jacket and callDont go yet Have It out Finish tho game Try It again cried the players In noisy chorus I must go right off this minute I told her that Id come whenever shef calledBut I wouldnt be such a baby as I to run the minute she called said one I dont call It babyish to keep ones I word to his mother I call that manly and the boy who doesnt keep his I word to her will never keep It to any one else you see If he docs and he hurried away to his cottage home Thirty years have passed since those boys played on the common Charlie Gray Is a prosperous business man It a great city and his mercantile beads say of him that his word ocIllulred was never my a boy no matter how great the tempta lion and the habits formed then have clung to me through IlfeBaptlst Chronicle Staking the nat Hear Dr Marafee of BonrglaHelne France has made experiments on de veloping the hearing of deaf mutes and his results have been communicated to the Academic do Medeclne Twenty four stonedeaf children were divided by lot into two parts and those of one group were submitted every day to the vibrations of a vowel siren which he has Invented for this massage ol the tympanum or drum of tho ear At the end of six weeks all the sub jects could hear sounJs of muslclal In struments for the first time three heard phrases spoken near the ear and two heard conversation carried on over a yard distant In the ordinary voice The siren also enables the hearing to be measured with precision An Instance of Useful Dog Traction In life Are full of Interest And excite ment for him lie wants to be In every thing that goes on lie and Toodles are not exactly friends merely acquaint ances and I would not trust them Alone together very long for fear that one or tho other would Insist upon settling the question of which was the better fighter Toodles Is well on In years dig nified fat und indifferent Qinkle young slim and always ready for play They are both Very ielfcon talned and rain J X A CUIIK FOR 1CZfnIMy baby had its head was a and its hair all came out I tried many remedies but noce seemed tc do any permanent good until I used DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and the little ones scalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise to DAWitte Witch Hazel Salve Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying WitchaHazel Salve look out for counterfeits DeWitts is the original and the only one containing pure Witch Hazel The name E C DeWitt Co is on every box Sold by the East End Drug Co Farmers A National BankIRichmond Ky 000Surplus I i We solicit your j JAMES patronageI S S PARKES Cashier Cancer Cored t Mr W W Prickett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th 1901 I had been suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gave me great annoyance and unbearable itching I was using Ballards Snow Liniment r for a sore leg and through an acci imostcer In a short time the cancer out my face healed up and cameinot tbo slightest scar left I implicit faith in the merits of preparation and it cannot be too I highly recommended 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as s I pleasant and effective cathartic ThyIare purely vegetable and absolutely t harmles They tonne the Uver Tm lULU CAM urru TW rcsritio IT ECDwta Co Chicago RAYS YOU INDIGESTION T If you have Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure you It hat cured thousands It is curing people every day every hour You owe it to yourself to give it n trial You will continue to suffer until you deItry it There is no other combina tion of digeeUata that digest andre build at the same time Kodol does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold bf the East End r Drug CoY 4 + 941Mkearlrlne1CJ1V4s1 A IITHECITIZENI I I BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THI9 AND ADJOINING STATES Million Dollars Will Ue Cost of StY Stnto Capitol Itepiitril Volcano Komiil to Ue an Illicit Still War rant Issuetl For ARt Slim Frankfort Ky Jan 29 The pat cnRO through the senate by unanl nious vote of tho houso bill approprl ntlng 1000000 for a new capitol at Frankfort marked the end of a fight which had been waged for the re moral of the seat of government since tho days when Henry Clay came tt the legislature as a representative fiom Lexington and started a fight which has been the cherished ntubl tlon of that city till the present ses elon when Lexington Louisville am other towns joined in and aide Franlfort for the present bill Three Fatally Hurt Mlddlcaboro ICy Jan 28 In a headend collision between a Southern railway and a Louisville and Nash vllle train here three men wore fatally injured They are Joseph Man ring brakeman of Mlddleboro both arms and both legs crushed will die 00henry Barnwell Southern fireman of Knoxvllle hurt Internally will die Arthur Diddle Louisville and Nashville fireman arm broken and hurt In ternally One engine and four coaches 0SfO demolished Both trains claimed tho right of way from Cumberland Gap to Middlcsboro Memghli Editor Dead 0Memphis Tenn Feb 2A B Pick ett editor and publisher of the Even ing Scimitar died at Cincinnati ann his remains will be brought to thIs city for interment Mr Plckett was 46 yoars old and was born in Mem phis He had been In bad health fOt several years and for the past few months had been able to give but lit tie personal attention to his business Two weeks ago he was taken to Cia clnnati for treatment His ailment was rheumatism complicated with air 4affectIon of the heart Bishop Dudleys Funeral Louisville Ky Jan 28On the twentyninth anniversary of his con pccrntlon as bishop of Kentucky the funeral services over the remains or Thomas Underwood Dudley were held hero In Christ Church cathedral The cathedral was handsomely draped III purple the late bishop having often expressed an aversion to black At the conclusion of the funeral services the coffin was placed in the chancel of the church Bishop Peterkin or West Virginia conducting the burial Capture the Volcano Lexington Ky Jan 30 William Castle deputy United States marshalI arrested Presley Crow and John hide brand on a moonshine raid and re f turned here The prisoners wore op crating on Sugar Loaf mountain In Rowan county and It Is now believed that their moonshine still accounts for tho reports of an active volcano which recently alarmed residents olt that vicinity Warrant for Old Man Owensboro Ky Feb IAlfred Lumm a farmer aged 73 Is charged with criminally assaulting two little girls 7 and 5 years of age and the officers are making a search for him The girls are Nina and Ruth Shaun tee children of J B Shauntee at whose instigation the warrant wan 0sworn out Lumm Is a bachelor ana has heretofore been a respected clti zen Hotel Destroyed Madlsonvllle Ky Jan 30 The East Side hotel and the business office of the Reinecke Coal Mining com pany were completely destroyed and the Cumberland Presbyterian church badly damaged by fire In this city The fire originated In the East Side hotel No estimate has been placed on the loss Insurance was very small on all property 0Freedom Wai Shortlived Wheeling W Va Fob 1lIowarll Tapslco tile negro who purchased his freedom at St Clolrsvllle Friday night by shooting the Troll brothers was caught In a saloon here by Wheel- Ingp detectives He was taken back to jrStClalrsvllle given a preliminary I hearing and held to await the action of the grand Jury Actress Sues Kentuckian IiNewYork Feb Peter Duryea a r breeder of trotting horses and partner of W E D Stokes In tho Patchen Wilkes farm at Lexing ton Ky has been made defendant In a suit brought by Sarah Madden an actress to recover 60000 for alleged g j breach of promise of marriage yiWarehouse Burns 30Flre of unknown origin destroyed the Dupont warehouse B F A very Ic Co plows the Motal Ware Manufacturing com pany and the National Metal and Machine company lessees were the prin cipal losers Total estimated loss on building and contents 80000 r Defeated the Resolution Frankfort Ky Jan SOThe senate by a vote of 23 to 9 defeated Senator Catrons resolution endorsing Presi dent Roosevelts action In the matter t of the Panama treaty Three Demo crats Phelps Booles and GHIcnwa ters voted with the Republicans In favor of the resolution t 4 Will Not Cut Miners Wages 0000FayettYI1le W Va Jan aOAt a i meeting of more than 20 coal oper ators on Now river employing in thu aggregate 9000 miners it was unan t imously voted not to reduce the wages t of miners this year This means no ptrlke In New riyir territory OOVKKNUU OF IMIIUlIMNKS Luke li Wright InHiiKiirutrit Will an linpo ltiK Ddiiointratlnn Manila Feb 2 Governor Luke E Wright and Vice Governor Henry C Ide were Inaugurated here There was an Imposing demonstration in eluding a brilliant military pageant 3000 troops being in line After taking the oath of olllce Governor Wrlglii delivered his inaugural address It was a speech dealing with the most important Interests of the Islands Governor Wright Invited attention tu the Improvements that hall been ac compllshed In the Philippines antler American rule and deciare his ml en lion of adhering to the principles of the Taft administration He urged Americans to establish cordial per sonal and business relations with tin Filipinos who must constitute their chief customers Will Contest Probable Louisville Ky Jan 30fly his will Captain Daniel 0 Parr who died here recently leaves immediately 40000 in personality and after the death of his last grandchild 450000 In realty or his entire estate toward the estab- lIshment and maintenance of Parri Rest a refuge for old antI Infirm women Captain Parr refrained from making jt will until a short time ago when after seeing an aged woman poorly clad and sick he remarked a refuge which would make unnecessary such suffering as that womans would be worth half a hundred Carnegie libraries Captain Parr was 79 years of age His legal heirs will probably contest the will For Mock Battle Grounds Washington Jan 30 Lieutenant General Chaffee as chief of staff hat made a report to the secretary of war which will be transmitted to congress urging an appropriation of 2000000 for the purchase of four tracts of ground one In each of the four quar ters of the United States for military maneuvers General Chaffee says that experience shows that it is not possl ble to rent suitable tracts He says Investigation indicates a desirable lo callty In the Conewago valley in Penh sylvanla one near West Point Ky and one In California The tracts de sired must be frojn seven to eight miles long and from three to four miles wide Barges Adrift Evansville Ind Feb tThe Cruls or which with the Sprague escaped from the ice with slight damage fought desperately in the Ice for hours and rescued several barges of coat which were going down the river In the great field of Ice now passing Three barges were landed opposite the city and one at a point elow It they can be held to resist further ax sault of the Ice the owners will be saved a large amount of money Three barges got away Many others an coming The barges are part of the Pumpkin Patch fleet of 61 pieces which broke loose a few days ago near Louisville Ky Deadly Battle With Lion St Louis Jan 30 During an exit bition at the zoological garden a lion known as Caesar attacked Keeper Steve Lawrence The lion had only recently been received and Keeper Lawrence had entered the cage to make It perform some tricks Caesar sprang at Lawrence and almost du nuded him of clothing He was fight- Ing for his life when a policeman rushed in and shot the lion to death Towboat a Total Loss Louisville Ky Feb 2It Is thought the towboat Bellevue which was sunk by the Ice will be a total loss The swift current is sending huge cakes of Ice against the boat and It has been found Impossible to get men to work in an effort to raise her owing to the condition of the river Aged Banker Dead Danville Ky Feb 1 Thomas Mc Roberts vice president of the Farmers National bank of this city and the wealthiest man in this locality died at his home here Sunday Ho was in his eightyeighth year and had held many places of distinction His estate is valued at a half million Vessels Damaged by Ice Evansville Ind Jan 3OSteam ers Cruiser and Sprague are at the mouth of Green river badly damaged by floating Ice It Is feared they will be lost Six miles above this point the Crescent City was struck by an ice floe and a part of her hull torn away The river Is 29 feet and rising Wrote Confederate War Song New York Jan 28Mrs Annie Chambers Ketchum author of The Bonnie Blue Flag one of the popular war songs of the Confederacy as well aa of many other poems and prose writings died In St Vincents hos pital after less than a weeks Illness In her eightieth year Prisoner Burned to Death Madlwmville Ky Feb 2 News was received here of the burning of the prison at Dawson Springs this county and that a man by the name of Egbert confined on minor charges was burned to death The fire orig inated from a stove in the prison Two Killed and One Wounded Barbourvllle Ky Feb 2In a fight at Wilton a mining town Deputy Matthew Helton shot and klllea David and Thomas Fletcher and fatal ly wounded a man named Brock This trouble was over serving a writ Hel ton fled Hanna Cannot Accept Frankfort Ky Feb 2ln the senate the reply of Senator M A Hanna to tho Invitation to address the legislature was read The senator thanks the legislature for the Invitation but Hods impossible to accept II III H H II I ii iiiiiii II IIi 1IIIIII 11I In Ill Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES +IHHHH ++H++IIIHI+IIIIIHIIH+III+H Harvey Ramsay left hero lust Fri day for Flat River MO1 whore he has employmentS of Graysou Carter county paid n visit this week to his son John who is in schol here Mr Hardiu Wilson of Louisville was a visitor here Thursday Fridnj and Saturday the guest of his son Wayne who is employed In tho blink hereEld H W Elliott State evangelist of Christian churches of Kentucky will occupy Bro Derthicks pulpit Sunday morning We hope all members may be able it heat Bro Elliott as well as many others Joe Hampton wife and three children of Climax were tho guests Sat urday and Sunday of Mr and Mrs Brewer and fatally on Mt Vernon Avenue Mailing with their son Thurma who is in school here and boards at Mr Brewers- S McGuire has just returned from a trip to Hazel Green Wolfe county taking orders for spectacles He re ports a good business having taken 21 prescription orders betides uunier ous orders for reading glasses lBs ad appears in another column The last flag betokening smallpox in the village of Berea was removed Saturday so that there is not now a single case By the end of this week the last cases in this end of the coun ty will be out and it is not apprehend ed that any now cases will tnateralize The resolution offered in the Kentucky legislature by Senator Burnam of Richmond appropriating lOOO for a monument to mark the site of theold fort at Boonesboro this county was passed Friday by a vote of 23 to 2 after an eloquent speech by the Senator in support of his resolution The Baptist church house is being papered this week by the Van Winkle Bros who have very generously do nated their labor The Ladies Mis sionary society put down a nice car pot on the rostum last week These improvements greatly add to the interior appearance of the building Rev H M Shouse and his bride arrived here yesterday ou the 115 p m train from the North and were greeted at the station by a large num ber of the members of tho Baptist church They have spent the last week as guests of Mrs Shouses par ents at Versailles Ky Mr and Mrs Shouse will reside in the Fee house Mrs Alice Coyle formerly a reel lent here but now residing at Dow Indian Territory has just recovered from an illness which necessitated a surgical operation Dr Pigg a for mer practitioner in Berea was one of tho attendant surgeons Dr Pigg now enjoys a lucrative practice at South McAlester I T where he ia locatedA majority of the business houses here were closed yesterday from U to 1080 oclock a m again from 230 to 100 oclock p m and for the day at fJOO oclock on account of the midweek sabbath in connec tion with the revival services now being held Three services were held at the Tabernacle corresponding to the hours named E T Fish was in Frankfort Mon day looking after the interest of his brother Dr C A Fish who is an ape plicant for the position of prison phy sician with good prospects of receiv ing the appointment Dr Fishwho is wel Iknown here alter completing his medical course with high honors has gained a large practice in Frank fort in jless than the two years he has resided there 1III III I I I IIIIIiI I College Items HERE AND THERE 4ilI I H I III IIniI I Ii The date for the joint debate be tween Phi Delta and Alpha Zeta Literary societies draws on apace and interest is increasing Nearly every one in taking sides and to meet their needs Mrs Battle jMason has laid in a large supply of society colors Mr and Mrs J W Johnson have gone to housekeeping in Indianapolis Indiana Mrs Johnson was formerly Miss Anna B McBain of this place and for several years a student In Bores College She became Mrs Johnson on Thanksgiving day last Dr Goo A Hubbell of New York City recently elected viceprcmdon of this Institution arrived Tuesday to take up lila work lie was met at the train by n delegation from the faculty a large number of students and the college hand The college yells wore mingled with the music by the band Dr Hubbell was driven at once to President Frosts but the band had preceded him and from the veranda they plaTed several stirring pieces Dr Hubbell was accompanied by John Lynch and John GenIes both of New York City who will take up studies in the college department n Hearing on House Bill No 25 President and Mrs Frost went to Frankfort to atteod the first hearing before the Educational Committee on House Bill No 25 which is aimed at Berea College The bill is in charge of its author whoItogether at the Capitol hotel Contrary to all precedent the Com mitteo refused a public Bearing and admittednone of the opponents of the bill at the first session Three citizen of Berea were titers to furnish the Committee a pretext for doing what tho baser elements of their party are clamoring for them to do When the opponents of tho bill were finally permitted to appear President Frost read a Remonstrance from the Faculty and teachers of Berea and the Hon Curtis F Burnam gave a most convincing address showing the unreasonableness the illegality and the folly of the proposed law lion Guy W Mallon a prominent Democrat of Cincinnati and a trustee of the College also spoke with ladyjword regarding Bereas good work and told of the young men who had come to Beroa with revolvers and returned with testaments When the representations made by the friends of the bill at the private hearing were published in tho papers it aroused great indignation In Madi son County As a partial righting of a great wrong papers were at once started in Berea and Richmond refut gienIpracIIFearing that erroneous and unjiMt impressions to an extent unknown to LgisIlatureundersigned long time residents of thatIBerea College to be honorable and upright people eminently qualified for their work and devoted to it with the highest spirit conscientiousness patriotismWo they have been de voted and watchful regarding the manners and morals of all the young people under their charge and emi nently succes8fulnotonly in guarding against any improprieties or miscon duct but also in instilling the priori plea of honor andreligion We earnestly remonstrate against any action which could hinder the great and growing work of the Institution A Tight Chest Caused from heavy colds often leads to Pneumonia Paracamph will relieve this condition instantly When applied it stimulates the circulation and draws out all inflammation You dont take Iti rub it on Dont delay Get a buttle and use it today To Distribute Surplus Washington Jan 30 Representa dye Maddox of Georgia Introduced a bill providing for tho per capita dis tribution of not to exceed 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Ciuttlengi trim tlir Kattt tinil IruK Co Otter to Itefunil Money If llr Iluwarta SMTllle Will Not Cur thy CUM at- ConitlpKtlun or I1pepir seekingthestipation in Burea or vicinity test Dr Howards now specific for tho cure of these dlneanes So confident ate they that this re markable medicine will effect a lusting euro in a short time that they offer to refund the money should it not be successful In order to secure the quickest pos DrulCoage of this medicine at half pricelift cents This specific of Dr Howards cure dizzy fooling constipation dyspepsia and all forms of malaria and liver trouble It does not simply give relief for a tme it makes permanent anti complete r the bowels tone up the wliolo intestinal tract give you an appetite make food taste good and digest well and increase vigor Joy and will take the placn of cllulfeeling Cos challenge and secure a bottle of Dr Howards specific at half price with their personal guarantee to ro lund your money if help you ALSO PIYIlIlES Tile IkOOD The Mississippi Bubble by Mouth recalls from period french the younr cotchmo John Law A cenl finance hehas teen awn br ss swind ler who the treasury and Mr does him bytelllnethe the treat enterprise tare the note Its was so adventurous- and fulld romanti- csnJtsrtUniIncidenis that the story an and well BortL The Slew Era Mats sine TO OF LOUISIANA A I to It true u 4 ++ 4+ A State Bank you Iaflank It ia the supervision of this banking department of Kentucky It patronag THE BEREA BANK + f I DR dI Kidney III FENNERS Backache Dlmsei of the Vldntjs sad Also tbeuraatlirn backache- dropayKrarcl female become discouraged U a Ho itsv spent a lifetime rurluf Jut such CIIM I have been a from rheumatism for and sometimes to my bed for several day and Backache Care when I was differing aa well u I ever have In my life I suffered from kidney and bladder trouble Dr Kidney and Backache Cure and In I was permanently cured and Si Ask for Dr IWrite or HARBER and Main Street CureLadiesfor prices Oats Great and Grasses other Of Shoes Hats and for the next 20 days includes the famous I Mens 500 Shoos 1305 1 00 Bootees 81G JJ50 Shoos 2 9r a 800 Shoes 17C 185 Boys 2 CO Shoes 21C 200 Shoes lHG 150 Shoes 120 Emraon sneidtlnc of history us In tradition s wrecked French thousands fl private fortunes Mouth stonrof which tlllebul Lswacarur to Is eicitlrc sustained he will cures handed Justice This know Htato under direct Invite your All bladder urinary organ heart dUN I Dont There offerer house Fenners soon t W on Ii 2JD Shoes I Queen Quality 245 0 250 Shoes 216it0 150 Shoes Misses 200 Shoes 1G5 125 Shoes 105 Childrens 150 Shoes 120 125 Shoes 105 Hats Dont forget Underwear reduced prices onRce ArnoldMain Street 00 iiiiiiii000000iiiI0ii0i10il0 The Simple Lift By DR R A WHITE means follow ChicagoIn beings instead d ovetdressed become enmeshed in a complication of wants necessities and confusions like a fly in a web The mere struggle for existence has become woefully complicated Business has taken on such complexities as to rob it of pleasure and threaten it with constant uncertainty Our pleasures arc complex Simple entertainment no longer satisfies The stage the press art fic tion and music arc all in a mad rush to create or find new sensations for restless dissatisfied patronage burdened with many cares and oppressed by an indescribable ennui Simple tasteful dress scarcely exists we arc an overdressed people ruled by the latest convention of clothcsmakors- We arc mad over superfluous wants The people worry most over nonessential things No one is any happier under these conditions livery one has a look of care Our women are not rosy and contented looking Our young men breed wrinkles early In drcs we are automatons prancing at the nod of tailor dress maker or milliner If the milliner says hats up the average woman turns tints up If the milliner says hats down down they go I four tailor says a long coat is the thhur we wear a long coat though the heaven fall and vice versa A drew suit before six oclock is a scandal anything else after six is a crime Men and women who dress to suit thciiisclvc and be comfortable arc freaks To keep up appearances people wear clothes which they have not jwid for and cannot afford To march with the procession people cat food for which Ihey have not paid the grocer live in houses with rent in arrears affect a style of life they have no visible means ofsupport lug Iiving at our present pace is responsible for most of our modern crane prom the snare of small debts brought on by expensive living ninny m luau seeks to escape by certain speculations and finally by cer tain wculations There are a few Jean Valjcans who steal bread to Viccp a sister and her children alive Only now and then is a man a thi rf for necessitys sake Your young desperadoes of the Indiana dugout have not stolen and murdered for the necessities or the essentials of life but for ts un wholesome superflu- itiesDisruption of the Home Not Threatened By MISS SUSAN B ANTHONY Chic home life nuty change hut It willriot be dls ruptcd Nothing can destroy the hone life The inure women become the equals of men and the more they are considered and treated as equals the stronger will the hone life become Women in the home used to he considered as dependents I might almost say as mcumhrances Now with their increased educa tion ability nnd opportunities they arc better able to make the home life what it should he It is not simply hreadmaking mending and dishwashing that make the hone women of today are being trained to preside in the Home with skill and science and naturally they ore better able to improve the home life to raise 5u l standard to make it ideal e The increasing activity of woman in all branches of industry is sim ply the result of our improved civilization Women arc but following their work from the home to the shop and factory Weaving and spinning uicd to be womens work in the home now this is done in the factory and the women are there doing it So it is also with muchof what used to he considered the real housework even the preparation of food for the table is almost taken out of the home We buy hams already cooked and other meats already for the table our cereals arc halfcooked when we buy them the bakcrshop has reduced the baking in the home The home life is being simplified the work is being taken away and women aTe going out to do it and those who dont go out to work arc able to give their time and attention to other things t But because our daily life is now on a more economical and scien tific basis it is no reason why it should disrupt or lessen the unity of home life It has changed and will change but the change is in the line of progress Girls arc now being trained for special avocations if they prefer housework and many of them doubtless will they will be educated for it but if they choose to be lawyers doctors architects merchants electricians engineers or lecturers there is no reason why they should mutilate a dinner and thus deprive a capable cook of a chance to earn a living or why they should rob a dressmaker by their amateur cutting and sewing or a milliner by attempting to create their own bonnets The Curse of Our Country By PROF GEORGE TURNBULL of Yale University I rrME GREATEST curse of this country is the terrible greed for gold the hoarding of money The t nde classes arc so tightly drawn at the present time that a break is bound to come soon The greatest national crime is insolence and Great Britain Germany and also our own United States can be charged with it in particular Although these countries arc today the most successful in commerce let them not forget that Rome and Spain were far more powerful in days gone by than they yet through insolence they fell The crisis that is rapidly coming to a climax in the far cast should be left severely alone by these three nations The meddlers who interfere in the nations name only seek for personal glory andachievements instead of the countrys honor The worst existing troubles in the United States and England are jclfmdulgcncc and high living which will eventually bring ruin to any powerfulnation Our millionaires believe they can violate any law and get free by the use of their gold Uncover the secret chambers of the high official offices and you will find they do not declare war on another ountry for the sake ofright or justice but for personal gain to further Ambitions which only hinder a countrys farther development in scitn title branches THE BROWNLOW BILL It Advfirnlr the Klnil of IntrrniU lain vmrh Will JlnUc Oar Country iro irrc tii Some very worthy pcoplb with Irre proachable Intentions profess alarm nt the purposes and provisions of the Urownlow good roads bill because U savour of paternalism To hear them expatiate on that dread evil with which the country is threatened by this bill one with humorous susceptibilities nnd a logical sense cannot tall to be amused What Is this awful bogle man thus invoked to frighten people Into an un reasoning apprehension just as children are made tractable after dark by weird and supernatural suggestion 1 Paternalism Is the exercise In government of those methods which a fa WAWEU U mtOWNLOW Author of Ihtt National Aid Good toads Hill ther with good Instincts practices towards his children In tho domestic sphere It Is always commended because It Is humane and decent and produces only happlncra and good It Is really the measure of efficiency and perfection In free government Of the people by the people for the people History contains no record of any savage tribe with a geological survey a census bureau weather bureau department of commerce and labor or a division dIll tributing seeds potatoes and turnips free through Its post offlcc or even with a post office to distribute them through Government of the people by a tyrant with a club always tacks the alarming attributes of paternalism The framers of our national constitution realizing that they were preparing an Instrument by which tho people of that and coming time were to evolve the most perfect and effective govern ment on thticarth Incorporated Intothat Instrument all the paternalism feasible at that period of human knowledge and provided for advance In knowledge by Incorporating a provision empowering congress to legislate for the general welfare U Is a fact that nearly all the progress we have made In that government has been In Improvlngand add lag paternalistic features In this year of grace 1904 we shall expend In the tnltcd States and our Insular posses sions practically 150000000 for our postal service alone and that Is typical paternalismThe beneficent way In which a kind father can assist his children ts by helping them to help themselves That Is the principle of tho Mrownlow bill in so far as It Involves any paternal- Ism A very Interesting precedent for government assistance and stimulus to a state In a matter which tho state could not have carried out alone has been afforded In California The Fifty sIxth congress appropriated 400000 to be used In conjunction with an equal amount appropriated by the legislature of California to construct a dam across tho narrows of tho Yuba river one of tho tributaries of the Sacramento Hydraulic mining one of the Industries which had made California known as the golden state had been paralyzed by a decree of the United States court enjoining all hydraulic mining on tho head waters of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers The debrlsNvnshcd down from the banks of gravel which had been dissolved to get their hidden gold had been carried down by the wa ters and depoMtcd upon the lowlands Farms had been destroyed cities hind watched tho rivers flowing by gradually raised until their bottoms were far above the streets and Inundation pre rented only by high levees Tho only method by which such damage could be prevented and the Industry resumed was to build a dam and by thus holding back the water making a settling pond To do thIs on a sufficiently extensive scale to afford satisfactory and adequate relief required a greater expenditure than California felt that It could afford She appealed to congress to help her with the burden and congress responded The dam Is being built Great benefits are anticipated It Is expected that tho object lesson thus afforded Will induce the expenditure of much state and private money for a similar pur pose and that tho government having thus helped the people to help themselves In this way need not bo called on further It In not true that any kind of salt will do for dairy butter Salt has a great deal to do with the quality and keeping prop erties of butter Only tho best should therefore be used It may cost a trifle I moro to buy It but the return will mate for that In a snort time i a MANAGING A HEIFER Hart or the Young AIonI Sccaa a llnlrjr Cow Driioiiil on a Correct Stunt No matter how well a heifer Is backed up by the milking qualities of ancestors much of her success as a dairy cow de pends on getting her rightly started Accordingly though kept In a thrifty condition she should not bo encouraged to fatten while growing lest when growth be attained all her surplus food goes to fat It la advisable to have her freshen as soon as she Is two years old If not a little before and generally speaking the calf removed the moment It bornIt possible so she will not see It least of all touch It Given then two quarts of sweetened and salted oat meal or linseed gruel Including drink ing water with the chill taken off sho should tour hours later be milked and the calf fed That the milking may bo nothing new to her her udder and teats should have been previously hand led and even some mUll drawn every night and morning If the udder happens to be too full for a few days before tho calf Is dropped During this critical period she might be led a moderate g ain ration twice a day composed of bran and corn meal but If so her udder should be closely watched to see It It becomes hard and hot In that case It should hI bathed In warm water and rid with a camphorated preparation and the grain ration of course etoppet As suming however that she freshrns Ir every respect without mishap In a weal or two her food should bo steadily but lightly Increased with tho milking done by the same person at regular hours The object should be to make her maIn- tain a good flow for a long time or until she calves again It possible nnd It she seems capable of enduring this treatment she should be liberally fed While the practice of continuous milk- Ing from year to year Is not to hp advocated since as a rule cows do bet ter work and produce stronger progeny when given a chance to build up for a month or six weeks before parturition It Is volley to establish In the heifer If one ran the habit of long milking whlrh will go with her through llfcAgrl cultural Epltomlst ICE HOUSE DRAINAGE A Mmplr Sjulrni Which In Snlil tn Irrvnil llnplil MrlllnK of Ice Moil KflVctunll Unless good drainage Is provided for the Ice house the ice will melt away much faster In a hardpan soil tile drains may be laid as Indicated by the Ice HOUSE DIIAINS arrows and sloped to a central point w where the surrounding ground Is lowest It should be carried far enough outside to lead off the water If a gravelly or sandy soil no precaution is necessary as water wilt leach away quickly S Maxwell In Farm and Home DAIRY AND LIVE STOCK It the hay had been sprinkled the dust would not keep that horse cough IngEncourage the dog and the cat Feed them well and give them good care They are useful on the farm Good friend raise your own mutton If there is a single good reason why you should not we should like to know what It isSheep will eat bay that Is half weeds Yes but that Is not the kind of feed they ought to have Weeds and good solid flesh do not go together any more than clear Johnnycake and good health do with the men folks Most any man can get up In the morn ing and throw a lot of hay Into tho man ger for his cows Uut that Is not dairying Dairying means care as welt as reed ing Study as well as getting up at four oclock in the morning Gentleness and patience no less than the heavier tasks connected with a herd of cows from which one hopes to make his living Firm Journal Lulu nn Ornamrntnl Crnli This variety has been In cultivation for a number of years and originated in Illinois Tree rapid vigorous grower forming an upright spreading head Tree 25 Inches In circumference at base 22 Inches at head Generally free from disease First bloom was noted In 1892 a few fruits were produced this year and tn 1895 the trees bore a heavy crop This variety has continued to be produc tive bearing good crops In 1897 189 and 1901 Thirteen bushels were picked from two trees In 1899 Fruit of good size for a Siberian crab oblate In form dull in color and of poor quality We do not recommend this variety How ever it Is a beautiful ornamental when In full bloom and for that purpose haa some value Report of Virginia Sta tion Cow Stables In Midland In Holland many of the cow stables are attached to the residences In which the owners live The stables are In front These stables are usually wellbuilt structures but havo few de- sIrable features In the way of light and ventilation However as the Dutch stable Is part of the house It has to be kept clean no matter how great the labor required to accomplish this This Is the more necessary as the cows have tc occupy their stalls continuously throuchout tho wlnterfcontuB Berea College 1865 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Oren 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS yoonlmandTrade Schools Crpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yean countyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College for business and lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to BaccaUur ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who 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CITIZENBEREA x X KENTUCKY Madison County Roller HeIeleld I itlll Fancy Roller Flour Corn Ship Stuffs Crushed Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Flour rsonII Whites Station Ky NECESSARY FOR ONE TERM ia Weeks SCHOOL EXlENSE3du lint day of term College Aced 5 BeIce Model Lat Norm Normal School A Uram Incidental Feel M IM 4M ItO no Tee- g 21 U 23 Book paper ntlmated 229 t5 151 25 Total sehool- LapOOUE SCO 801 tOO 400 For Plano lenorniphjr sad other extra see Special Expenses belo LIVING BXPBIf SBSBoarl die la adrane by nonthj Room rest by term Board room fuel and llRhti 121 for fill and iprlDK S17S a week 321 for winter teim JJCO week Bond in the vlll Kf allowed In approved plarcnvarle In prlc to a ommod- allonl urnUhcd Adding tbc e living expense to school es pcnir we tied To be paid the lint day Including thelldepoUt In Collegiate Department IMM Academy and Latin Normal 1910 Applied Science Normal and A GrammarS172 Model Schools 1J30 In wlnterl80 more breach No student can he rrcelred who alii to make bit adrunc pay Ordinary Expenses for Week areeen to be In Collegiate Department 30 Academy and Latin Normal I29 Applied Science Normal and Grammar 127 Model School tA In winter three dollars more for each Student paying board and room rent In loll or n term at the beginning rewUe a discount ol fifty een Bludenll duly excused before the end of a term receive back an equitable portion of the money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Plano Vocal or Special Theory 24 lemni hour clans of three 17 M Violin etc lessor clan of thrt 500- SteoographyorTypewriting per term S0 CUuworkln Harmony UM of Plano or Typewriter I hr a day 2 C- Ofe of organ II a a 00 Rent oMu lo Library per term M Chemical Laboratory ordlnato mobile and 901 and Mlerorcoplal Leboralorle 1ODperterlaliln per xamlnatton on days 2- 3andustlou rH wltbdgreewlyhdlplom1a I The Citizen Founded Bible riaa 15 J20 eta lam Blbll- Turnlhed Wick Patent ThaClllllldufor Additional 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writer The same It not for publication but a an evidence of tool faith Write plainly I dif1lIIII1fI4IIIIHli11 HfH++HII III +MMHHHH MADISON COUNTY DREYFUSiJan 29Mrs Lewis Sandlin ol placejnot is expected to oC McKee is visiting J IC Sandlin tbis VeekMrs Tom Young gave the young folks a social Wednesday nigl and quite an enjoyable time was had Mr L C Powell and J IC Sandlii made a business trip to Berea Saturda night While there their horses wer taken and rodden to some unknowi point and back to Berea and turned loose It was several days before they found themGoo Sparks and famil have moved into the city where Mr Sparks is one of the firm of Sandlii- it SparksDan Sandlin one of our former merchants hero is moving to Wagersville Ky this weekW F Kidd the popular salesman for Curry Tunis t Norwood of Lexington Ky passed through our town last week Miss Sallie Young and Wm Hert left for Jackson Ky Wednesday Miss Bertio Holland visited Miss Sallie Lain over Sunday MOTE Feb IThe Sundayschool oC this place which was closed on ac count of smallpox will moot alain Sunday Rev Derthick and Joe Coyle of Berea called on Andrew Garrett Saturday afternoon Dr Pitt man of this place his returned home after an extended visit to friends it Bell countyRev Griflus of Climax will fill his regular appointment It this place Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Willie Flinchum who was thought to have smallpox is out againLenord Garrett andwife of Hamilton Ohio are visiting parents at this place Loyd Campbell is very low with typhoid fever Ills father who has also been very low is thought to be improving while a second sot is down with samebut not so danger ous at this writing Misses Aguui and Gussie Rucker spent Sunday with Sudie and Gracie RobertsV T Roberts and family of this place will move near Lexington about the tenth of February where he will engage in farming Whit Green and Sherman Settle of Bighill spent Sunday with friends at this place Miss Sarah Pittman of this place was married in Richmond Thursday tc Mr W Goodman of Bell county Laurance and Lenord Garrett went to Lexington Monday on business ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Feb IThe protracted meetings at Fairview closed Wednesday night Rev J W Lambert filled his ap pointment at Clear Creek Sunday Mr and Mrs G L Wren visited Mr and Mrs Wm Watkins Saturday nightMrs Jannie Thomas of this place is visiting her sou at Orlando Mina Julia Singleton of Berea visited friends and relatives at this place last weekMrs Etta Lambert and baby Reubie visited Mrs Ida Wren SundayG L Wren went to Berea on business Saturday D C Pullins of Conway was here on business this weekD N Williams of Mt Vernon was here looking after some timber that has been cut on the Scroggins landMrs Susan Wren and Mrs Ida Wren went to Rockford Saturday on Feb IMr and Mrs Isaac Martin visited Mr and Mrs Stepper Sunday While P S Calliham was at Conway on business last Thursday his house was burned to the ground Nothing was saved It is supposed to have caught from the chimneyJames Hamons has moved to William Lin villes farm Miss Ella Lake is visiting her sister Mrs Hamons this weekMr William Hain of Rich mond is deadT C Viars and daughter are back at home after a two weeks visit at Berea The drum mers are very thickwe think it will be a good year for the bad weather does not stop them Born to Mr and Mrs J S Lambert a boy- DISPUTAIITA Feb 1L T Stewart of Wildie was up Friday He expects to put a saw mill at the old Gadd farm Chas Abney of Louisville traveling salesman for Carter Dry Goods Co was through Saturday He is selling to all the merchantsGoo Gatliff of Goochland was over on business Saturday L party from Berea came over in this vicinity last Saturday Willis Shearer and son Doan wen on Brush Creek SundayJ K Ham mond has moved to the Wm Liuvill farm Born to the wife of Thoum Gadd a fine girl on the 2SthMrs Mary Reynolds was visiting on Bmsl Creek last weekBorn to the wife ol Thomas Loman a fine girl JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER BOTTOM Jan 2yMiss Norah Bicknell ol this place and Charlie Jones of Kirby Knob were married last Thursday Judge Coyle otllciatiug There were seven convictions at McKee and two boys sent to the reform school George C Moore has sold out his property in McKee to James Hays Jr Leonard Morris of McKee visited Clover Bottom SatMrs Charley Girt is on the sick list this week Leonard Abrams son of Jas Abrams who has been very sick is improving Ernest Hays is visiting home folks this week OWSLEY COUNTY CON KLINO Feb IThe recent rise in the river was certainly welcomed by the river and logging men The rafts went floating past by the score while the railroad ties went by in blocks Many rafts stuck in the Doe Creek shoal but one raft finally lodged crosswise making a dam and a chanl nel on the other side down others passed in safetyMr Ander son has rented a fine lot of bottom land of Mr Ambrose to tend in corn this yearThe incessant noise of the loom and spinning wheel are sUlltoI be heard Berea ia great tke fireside industry of tho moun tainsHlmry Jennings went to Lee County this week Jokn Wilson is hauling logs on Wolf Creekh Mr Robert Ununi has discovered a den of skunks under his floor With the in creased price of fur he will get many cents scents fortrouble if be catches them Sherman Rowland bought a fine pair of mules a few days ago for which he paid 52T5- MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Feb IThe city schools held their semiannual examinations last week Miss Luttie Hopper is ill at her home in the East EndMrs Mattie Smith having finished her school at Moorefield passed through our city to her home in Cincinnati Satu- rdayWEEDS n Consumption is a human best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while ydung when old sometimes im possible Strengthen the lungs as you would weak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very to digestThe to treat consumption is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant deceive yourselfany longer Begin thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you will bcin in time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatmentWe you a little of the Emul sion free us lure that thU picture la the form of a label the wrapper of every tollle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St NoV and ft all druggists =We are very glad to see Jamt Mundy up and out again titter au illnosH of several daysThe rally o the Sowing Circle at the Both church Sunday proved a decide success Quite a neat sum of more was realized Miss Nannie Brady o East Second street is able to be out again after being ill several WCtks with a sprained ipHev Coleman Washington is holding a roviva Dr S W Stevens Charlie Porkini Joshua Green James Williams Hour Leo Silas Marshall and Isaac Batt were appointed members of the ad visory board for the city colored schools Friday evening Mrs Serold Green continues ill with asthma at her home on Fourth street THE 28th INFANTRY Returned from the Philippine Island is now stationed at Presidia California Sixttat to The filizrn Presidia Cal Jan aDear olll Kentucky Friends As we have at last arrived in our native laud I wil give you some Filipino sews Thi will bo the last letter I will be able to write luring this enlistment I said in my last letter that wo would sail on Dec 0 As a wetter ol fact we didnt sail until Dec J on account of not gutting back from thi Jolo hike in On Nov timeIInfantry and it Maralina under General Woods command for the purpose of civilizing some hostile Moms on the south Bide oC Lake Lanao The expedition start sd around the Lake on the 2nd and ifter one day out a message came From Gen Davis to Gen Woodcall ng off the hike with orders to proceed at once to Jolo Island whore the tforoa were giving some trouble From Mindanao to Jolo is a distance of SOO miles We arrived thereon Nov 11th and beginning on the 12th IJwaut to tell you Kentuckians hat there was something doing here for about a week When out columns left Jolo about GOO More tad been put where they will new harm another American soldier 01 anyone else for that matter When wo got back to Mariliul Camp Miudava Island from this hike we learned that during oui ibsence four men of the camp guard while on duty had been killed by a sudden attack of Mores with bolt knives It was an unavoidable accident All of the men killed belonged to Co H of the 2Sth Infantry The 22nd Infantry arrived in Mindanao about Doc Hh and relieved regiment the 21th Infantry on ollrI ith We sailed on the U S port Sheridan Dec y arriving at Ma lila on the 12th Nagasaki Japan OB the 20th reaching Honolulu Hawaiian Islands Jan 5 and entering Sat rancisco Bay the llth We are now stationed in Presidia Barracks near San Francisco Cal H ever a lot of men were happy wear the ones We wore paid off yesterday and I am sorry to say that a great many of the boys are in the city today drinking big schooners though there is little gambling going on George Lemon of my company saysliThe song Theres no place ike home isnt true Theres nc place like tho army for me But foi nyself I think these throe years will lo me for awhile anyway My friend Fred Lunsford and myself will lx discharged in a few months anti we expect to go back to our old Kentucky tomes to live and die Old Kentucky is good enough for met PETER I STAND ER Co I 28th Infantry WIIKN YOU IIAVK A COLD Tho first action when you have r cold should be to relieve the lungs This is beat accomplished by the fret use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This remedy liquefies the tougl mucous and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces s roe expectoration and opens the secretions A 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