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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ten Urooks Ida L 1jO- idarwriaaaalalitH1Ha1I HHHIHKHHH JAMES MILTON RACER Sixteen Departments iEditor and Publisher mint oIlAt Pagesflan j IIna1HI1a1IfHHI1II I1PIII1 HIIIIIIIIIIII 1I t VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 1901 One dollar a year NO 36 IDEAS When a woman WHJH tint king It In not IMTUIIW she nothing to say Rune pcojiti npiiciir to talk viiliiiniR in tin hope of saying bright tliluK nemo Mule llItIIII full ilown iMcniiHO ilipjr cant TAKE NOTICE The correspondence from Eastern Kentucky will be found this wwk on page 3 IiiHtond of the last pagan an usual Eahtorn Kentucky lit the Worlds Fair In again omitted owing to lack of spasm See our Went Col umn page 0 and Editors column Image FROM THE WIDE WORLD- A British ship was captured by tho Russians at ladivostock It in reported that food supply becoming scant nt Irt Arthur Dr Manuel Annul or Panamas llret President was inducted Into his ollice Saturday Tin United Stator cruisers Newark and Columbia fired on tho rebels just outsidn of San Domingo when they firm upon an American mail steam ship Till Arbitration Tribunal at The Hague derided against Venezuela in the claims for preferential treatment mado by tho blockading Powers Great Britain Germany and Italy The Albanians who were besieging UWO Turkish troops at Babajihost havo been routed with SOO men killed and wounded Tho Turkish toes is maid to have loon heavy Japan is moving troops rapidly to tilt west roust of Korea and about 00000 Holdiers are concentrated at Wuunau presumably with the object of entering Manchuria Russia is hurrying troops into Port Arthur and preparing lor a Beige tide Japanese threatening to tko the place within two months Russia will agree to Secretary hays proposition for tho localization of hostilities in the Husso Japanese War IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Seneca Lake N V is frozen over for the list time since 1895 Eleven United Statea Senators and thirty Representative attended Sena tor Hauuas funeral In compliance with a rush order from Japan a Philadelphia locomo tive plant has lust completed seven Irloeomullves in one day A dispatch say there will bo an effort to raise a regiment of Rough Riders in the United States for service with Japan against Russia It is believed the Democrats in the Senate will be about evenly divided fur sad against tho canal treaty Sen ator McCreary will vote for it and Senator Blackburn will vote against it The National Museum in Washing ton City wilt havo a very choice and interesting exhibition at tho St Louis 4 Fair of the most artistic things mado by tho Indians of the now world illustrating the Indians sense of tho beautiful COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Pneumonia is causing many deaths in Lotcher and other mountain cnuntio J Wash Adams a well knouvu law yore Whitosburg Ky is mysteriously uiisftirg Representative W C Clark tho oldest member of the House is dangerously ill There WHit n drop of five cents a barrel in tho prico of Kentucky oil during Must week Assistant Secretary of State Loomin is going to San Domingo to investi Kato conditions there The llargis Bill to creato n Margin tiRedwino judicial district encountered such opposition in the Senate that it will not be pushed A fivo year old daughter of D M thettDr William McEwan of Pittsburg will come to Kentucky within ten days to mako a personal inspection of Central University before deciding as to his acceptance of the presidency Hon Harry P McDonald member of the Legislature and a wollknown architect died at 6 ooook Thursday night Ills death is the second in the House during the session the other being that of the member from Fu la8 k 11I f HEEDLESS ACTION House passes unconstitutional bill against Berea Requires impossibilities and plain ly tends to drive the school out of the state n Hope in the Senate Sympathy for Berea from good people everywhere If Berea students could testify House Bill No 2i passed tho lower house on Thursday aa expected al though without the considerate amendments which bad been hoped for It requires Berea to discontinue tho education of either its white or its colored students at the end of this school year unless it can within that time get ready to conduct a separate school for one race at some new loca lion at load twentyfive miles away To secure a new location and be ready to carry on a school within that tim is of course impossible and the intent of the legislature to simply do damage seems evident No property would l safe in a Slate which could be controlled by such a spiritThe bill was finally rushed through with a repetition of the long refuted claim that Borea was already operat ing in violation of State law The present Secretary of State and former Superintendent of Public Instruction either cannot understand the English language or lent his authority knowingly to this misrepresentation It was probably a mistake that the Col lego did not arrange to have some suitable present ation of tho right made in the lower house but the pasS sage of tho bill there was regarded as- a foregone conclusion We now depend upon the Senate to prevent the State from decreeing the removal of Berea College from Ken tucky or a division of its funds and its teaching force which would be perhaps even worse The petition presented by certain citizens of Madison county for the passage of the bill is rather pitiful containing most nanoivminded and bigoted sentiments which however many of the signers assure us they never read and do not believe in More than three fourths of the voters of liens and many of tho best citizens or the county have signed a remon itrauce against the bill We give our readers a few extracts from letters on the subject and from the great newspapers of the country from n Brent Kcnturkjr Inwjrer It In an outrageous piece of legis lation doubt constitution ality of such a measure Front former student I am confident that this persecution From Leading xlnfton Ky Herald Dame Before tho Legislature enacts any law the probable or possible effect of which is to destroy Berea or to in volvo it in expensive and doubtful litigation it ought to send a calm able unprejudiced committee to Berea and havo a fair full just impartial investigation and examination We do not approve of the coeducation of the races in Kentucky our judgment is that it is unwise and without suit Relent justification We have also believed that ut Berea it was a mistake to permit the admission of both races But yet excellent work has boon done at that institution It was established before tho war between the States and while slavery was the itnt us of the colored race in Kentucky After the war it was permitted by Kentucky and large donations were given it AH our Authorities stood by and permitted these donations and by silence if not by approval ratified the conduct and maintenance of that Institution on the recognized basis of the coeducation of the races and the sexes In our public schoolswhite colorednumerous graduates or matriculates of Berea were teachers anti a diploma from Berea was practically accepted as evidence of competency to teach and to control tho children both white and colored Many thousands of dollars have been in vested on the faith of the charter and amendments granted by Kentucky and on the higher faith of the justice and charity of her people For near will only result in good to the college My thoughts and prayers have been with Berea If it were possible for Berea students all over this county to testify as to what Berea has done for them bow its influence has taken such a hold upon their lives as can only be measured by eternity there would not be a man among all the brave sons of Kentucky to dare aim a blow at Berea when she is near tog the very zenith of her influence The rreddenl or it Brent Unlirertltjr I find myself surprised and shocked at what the papers report as to the doings of the legislature of Kentucky Edwin D Mud I hope you know how warmly the hearts of all men in the country who stand for progress and enlighten ment are with you in the extraordi nary and almost incredible attack which is being made upon Berea College in the Kentucky Legislature at this time That such a spirit should assert itself in this Twentieth Century in the State which gave birth to Abraham Lincoln is amazing and pitiful indeed That it should direct itself against precisely that institu tio in the State which has drawn upon itself the special admiration and honor of the leaders of education not only in America but in Europe is doubly mournful and surprising I do not understand that these Kentucky legislators have ever dis covered any actual evils at Berea I understand that all are agreed that its benefits have been unmixed and immense but that the movement has its birth in some poor vague sentiment and apprehension It is hard to believe that any body of practical American men will finally take any deliberate action upon such flimsy and foolish grounds Remembering Kentuckys history in the Civil War remembering that R C Watlerson and the Louisville CourierJournal are in Kentucky and remembering several other things we all refuse to believe that this threatened legislation will be consummated But while the fever and spasm are on you surely nhoutd have the sturdy anti out spoken support of every friend of education in the country A blow at Berea is a blow at virtue and know ledge Newspapers fifty years has this institution been legalized its conduct permitted by law as well as by silence And is itI now fair to suddenly and without any real new cause attempt its destruc ion Orayson Ky Tribune Rip It has taken the Democrats forty eight to find out that the co education of the races is unconstitutional in Kentucky They now boast of making the discovery and purpose to put Berea College out of business The object is not so much to destroy the school as it is to bolster up the negro domination scare crow crowd and make a few votes Berea College is doing more for the moun tame of Kentucky than all the other large schools of the State remarked the lamented Judge Sam Savage a month before his death But this fact cuts no figure with this gang They do apt want the mountains to receive any benefits for as Master Paul Hefliu the mis representative from Fleming sayaliThe develop ment of Eastern Kentucky will make the State Republican Eastern and Northern capital has budded a school at Berea that is superior in its advan Lagos to any school in the State because the poor boy and girl are enabled to enter Advantages are given the negro so as to make him a citizen of usefulness instead of remaining a beast of burden and a dromedary of unprincipled public scoundrels who Continued on page L good j the for l t j F Prop Ky + hh+ + + Hr IH1 + SEE LINE t I I jr A our work our but first clans work JJ Ky l1la I I I + o +O +odo +o +0 +0+o +o +o +o +o +o ro ho +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o + o 0 and now and J 0 1 t 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all youll ever gt- tJal learn why titans of men and mica iou often end In vain regret tf why lu we poor mortals wp1t hlf wnvos ot failure soak uaj- Vutitf wo rail to tlnd and keep- Our focus Sort spread your forces and your wit Like this pale sunshine thnt sec Uut weld them In a whitehot Ml And bore a hole though small It be Tau may Iw weak In mortal tplrxs And bloodlttts it crocus Utlll you love light enough la alone Just focus TM very train of thought rxplMnji tour fathers not too great uccrca My ion the men of brilliant hralna Oft yield the palm to men of Iryr land bumptious dullards strut iiml crow Verc wisent hocus pociia They know Ihdr gifts lire tevr and so They focus GcorKo Horton In IhlladelpJIa Post THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE By EMERSON BOUGH 1 AuthorofTheStoryoftb Cowboy Tho Girl at the OtUway BawcBo Copjrljht EH bjr tmrsoa IlauzkJ 4 CHAPTER VIII CATHARINE ICXOLLTS You mistake srI I am no light o Icvc John Law Titus spoke Catharine Knollys She atooU near the door of the great draw tug roont of the Knollys aanalos her figure beseeming well its framing at deep hangings and rich tapestries Ifor eyes were wide and lashing her cheeks deeply pink the sweet bow of her Ups half aqulvcr In her vehemence Her surpassing personal beauty rich ripe enticing gave more than auJHcJeat challenge for the fiery blood of the Young man before her i It was less than two weeks since1 these two had met Surely the hood of time had run swiftly in those Lest days Not a day had passed that Law had xot met Catharine Knollys nor hail jet one meeting boen such as the girl in her own conscience dared call better than clandestine even though they met as now under her own roof Yet reason M she liked struggle as she could Catharine Kncllya had not been quite able to end this swift voyaging oa the 31ocn of fate It was so strange so new ao sweet withal this coming of her suitor as from the darkness of some unknown star so bold so strong so confident and yet so humble All the cid oorg of the ages thrilled within her soul and each day its compelling mealy had accession That this delirious softening of all her senses meant danger the Lady Catharine could not de ny Yet could aught of earth be wrong when it spelled such happiness such celnesswhen the sound of a foOt- fAll sent her blood going the faster vhcn the sight of a tall form the ring of a vibrant tone caused her limbs to weaken her throat to choke John Law looked at her calmly bnt said nothing One hand in a gesture customary with him flicked lightly it the deep tuff of the other wrist and this ncmus movement was the solo betrayal o his uneasiness You cOnc to this house time and again resumed Catharine Knollys as though It were an ancient right ou your part IS though you had always beva a friend of this family And yefnd co I have been broko In her slitor My people were friends of yours before we two were born Why then should you advise your servant Df you have fairly to deny me admis alan at the door I have done enough to admit You Had I dreamed of this last pre Humption on your part I should never Ltve seen your face again TIs not presumption Kald the loung man his voice low and even though ringing with the feeling to which even ho dared not give full ex jitcssfon I myself might call this presumption in another but with myself tis otherwise Sir said Lady Catharine ICnollys you speak as one not of good mint Not of good mind broke out John Law Say rather of mind too good to doubt or dally or temporize Why tis plain as the plan of fate It was in the stars that I should como ttt you This face this form this heart this soulI shall see nothing else BO long as live Oh I feel tny sstf unworthy you have right to think site of no station Yet scan day I shttt bring to you all that wealth ton bny all that station ear mean Catharine dear Lady Iitlydear- hate I like not fart a soothsaying In- alY suitor of mlnereplled Lady Catli urine hotly and this shall BO no further Hr hand restrained him Then you find me distasteful 111 would banish me I could not learn to endure ItiLady Catharine looked at him curl ously Actually sir said ohe you cause me to chill I could liaU leaf you What Is In your heart Surely this is a strange lovemaking And by that cried John Law f new then the better of the truth Listen I know And this U that l Jnof that I shall succeed and that uhnt love you always Tk what one hears eCs Cacm men In on orm it another said tho I girl coolly seating herself as she poke Talk not to me o other menIll not brook U cried he advancing toward her a few rapid paces Think I1IIndstrange wooing Your face here here he cried deep In my heart must Always look upon it or I am a lost mutt Tho girl leaned back against the wall near width she had seated herself The young man bent forward taking both her hands quietly In his own now and gazing steadily into her eyes There was no triumph In his gaze Perhaps John Law had prescience of thefutureOh I had far liefer I had never Ken you cried Catharine Knollys bending a liked from whose eyes tharo dropped sudden tears Ah dear heart say anything but that Tis a hard way a woman must travel at best In this world mur mured the Lady Catharine with wis dom all unsultcd to her youth But cannot understand I had thought that the coming of a lover was a joyous thing a time of happiness alone Ah no In the hour of mist can you not foresee the time of sunshine All life is before us my sweet all life There Is much for us to do there arc so many many days of love and happiness But now the Lady Catharine Knollyr veered again with some sudden change of the Inner currents of the feminist soulI have gone far with you Mr Law said she suddenly disengaging her hand Yet I did but she you insight of things which any man coming as you have come should have well within his knowledge Think not sir that I on easy to be won must know you eqxyJly hcnest with myself And If you come to my regard It must be step by stop and stair by stair This Is to he remembered I shall remember- Go then and leave me for this Umeshe besought him But Btlll he could not go and still the Lady Cath arine could not bid him more sternly IT WAS EMPTY Is depart Youthyouth and love and fate were in that room and these would have their way The beseeching gaze of an eye singu lar in its power rested on the girl A gars filled with all the strange halt mandatory pleading of youth and yearning Once more there came a shift in tho tidal currents of the wom ans heart The Lady Catharine slow ly became conscious of a delicious help lessness of a sinking and yielding which she could not resist Her head lost power to be erect It slipped for ward on u shoulder waiting as by right Her breath came in soft measure and unconsciously a hand was raised to touch tho check pressed down to hers John Law kissed her once upon the lips Suddenly without plan In spite of all planthe seal of a strange fate was act forever on her life For a long moment they stood thus until at length she raised it face pale and sharp and pushed back against his breast n hand that trembled Tie wondrous strange she whis pered Ask nothing said John Law fear nothing Only believe as I bellovc Neither John Law nor the Lady Catharine Knollys saw what was pass Ing Just without the room They did not see the set face which looked down from the stairway Through the open door Mary Connynge could see the young man as he stepped out of the door could tee the conduct of the girl now left alone in the drawingroom Sho saw the Lady Catharine sink down upon the teat her head drooped in thought her hand lylrg languidly out before her Pale now and distraught the Lady Catharine Knullys wist little of what went on before her She had full concern with the tumult which waged riot in her soul Mary Connynge turned and started hack up thd stair unseen She paused her yellow eyes gone narrow her lit tle hand clutched tight upon the rail CHAPTElt IX IX SKAlUMl OF TUB QfARKKh As Law turned away from the door of tho KnollyH mansion ho walked with head bent forward not looking upon tho ono hand or the other He raised his eyes only when a passing baseman lead called thrlco to him What criea Sir Arthur Pembroke I little looked to Ere you horn Mr Law I thought It more 1Ucly you were engaged In other business Meaning by that What should I meat except that HupposM you preparing for your little affair with Wilson My little affair Certainly with Wilson as I said I saw iiur friend Caslleton but now and ihiAdilwid tie of ynar promptness He had searched for you for days he lw ing chosen by Wilson for his friend and said lib had nt last bund you In your lodgings Egad I have mistook your kidney completely Never In London was a duel brought on so swlf This afternoon said yoiv lIIIht but tho young bloods laughed they heard of It Bloody Scot land Is what they have christened you at the Green Lion lift said to me said Charlie that ho was slow to find n quarrel but since this quarrel was brought home to him twero race twere soon finished lie thought forsooth that four oclock of the aft ernoon were b3 enough Gal But you might have given Wilson tlmu at least for one more dinner What do you moan exclaimed Law mystified still Mean Wiry I mean that Ive been scouring London to flat you My faith man but thoirt n sudden ac tor Where caugiit you this unseem ly haste Sir Arthur said tho other slowly you do me too much Justice I have made no arrangement to net Mr Wit ton nor have I nny wish to do so Fish man You must not jest with me In such a case 03 this TIs no masquerading Let me tell you Wll son has a lclous sword and a temper no less vicious You have touched him on his very sorest rpot lie has sonc to meet you this very hour Ills coach will be at Bloomxbury square thls afternoon and there ho will await you I promise you ho Is eager as yourself TIs too late now to accom i odatc this matter oven had you not rent back so prompt and bold an an swerI have sent him no answer at all tried Law I have not seen Castloton at come expostulated Sir Ar thur his face showing a flush of an noyance Sir Arthur continued Law as he raised his head am of the misfor tune to be but young in London and I arn In need of your friendship i find myself pressed for rapid transpor tation Pray you give me your mount for I must have speed I shall not need the service of your seconding In cuilgo me now by asking no more and walt until we meet again Give me tho horse and quickly But you must be seconded cried the other This is too unusual Con cider Yet all the time ho was sly lag a hand at the stirrup of Law who sprang up and was off before ho had time to formulate his own wonder Who and what Is he muttered the young nobleman to himself as he gazed after the retreating form Ho riles well at least as he does everything else well Till I return forsooth till I return Gad I half wish you had never come In the first place my Bloody Scotland As for Law he rode swiftly asking at times his way losing time here gaining It again there creating much hatred among foot folk by his tem pestuous speed hat giving llttlo heed to aught save his own purpose In time he reached Bradwell street and flung himself from his panting horse In front of the dingy door of the lodg ing house lie rushed up the stairs at speed and threw open the door of tho little room It was empty There was no word to show what his brother had done whither be had gone when ho would return- CIlAPTER X A CHANCE DECREED Mischance delayed the carriage of Beau Wilson In Its Journeying to Bloomsbury square It had not ape peared at that moment far toward evening when John Law riding a trembling and dripping steed came upon one side of this little open com mon and gazed anxiously across the space He saw standing across from him n carriage toward which he dashed He lung open the carriage door crying out even before he saw the face within Will Will law I say come out called he What mad trick Is this What Ho saw indeed the face of Will Law inside tho carriage a face pale melan cholly and yet firm Get you back Into the city cried Will Law This Is no place for you JackBoy Are you mad entirely mad cried Law pushing his way directly Into the carriage and reaching out with an arm of authority for tho sword which he saw resting beside his brother against the scat No placo for me TIs no placo for you for either of us Turn back This fool ishness must no further It must go on now to the end said Will Law wearily Mr Wilsons car riage Is long past duo But you what do you mean Youve had no hand in this Even had you why boy you would be spitted in an instant by this fellow And would not that teach you to cease your mad pranks and use to bet ter purpose the talents God hath given you Yours is the butter chance JackPeace cried John law tears starting to his eyes Ill not argue that Drive turn back for home The coachman at the brx touched his hat with a puzzled air I beg pardon olr said he but I was under orders of tho gentleman Inuldo You wore sent for Mr John Law For Mr Law But I ant John Law sirrah You are both Mr Law Well sir I scarce know which of you la the proper Mr lr v But I must say that hero come a coacn drove fast enough and perhaps this U the gentleman I was to gait for according to the first Mr Law ulr i Ire Is coming then cried John Law angrily Ill ace Into this pret ty meeting If this devils own fool Is to have n crossing of steel Ill fair ac commodate him and well look Into the reasons for it lifer Sit yo down Ba quiet WIIJboi I say WHh one leap ha sprang Yrly tie ttirrbgo leaving Will half dazed and limp within Even as ho left the earring sUp he found nlmsolf confronted with an adversary eager as himself for al that Instant Beau Wilson was hastening from hU coach Vain weak and pompous In a way yet lacking not In n certain pcrronal valor Beau Wilson Mopped not for his seconds tarried not to catch the others speech but hlmsel strode madly onward his point raised slightly as though he had lost nil care and dignity and desired nothing so much as to stab his enemy as swift ly as might be It would have mattered nothing now to this Highlander this flshtlnr Ar gyll what had been the reason animsr Ing his opponent It was hough that he saw n weapon bared Vo then to reason with John Law hiliI Law of Eillnboro Jessamy Lir heat blade and tho coolest head in al- Ike schools of arms that taught tutu fenceFor n moment Law paused anti raised his point whether In query 01 in salute the onlookers scarce could till Sure It was that Wilson wns the first to tall Into the assault Scares pausing In his stride he camo on Mindly and raising his own point lunged straight for his opponent breast Sad enough wan tho fate which Impelled him to do this thing It was over In an Instant It could not bo said that there was an actual encounter The sidestep of tho yon Highlander was Wit as that of IIpanther as quid and yet as full savagery The whipping over hlll wrist tho gliding twining clinging of his blade against that of his enemy was so swift that eye could scarce have followed It The eye of Beau Wilson was too slow to catch It or to guard HP n ivrr stopped the riposte and in deed was too late to attempt any guard Pierced through the body Wil ton staggered buck clapping his hand against his chest Over his fate then swept a swift series of changes Anger faded to chagrin that to surprise stir prise to right and that to Rentlpnens Sir said he youve hit me fntrI and very hard I pray you some Wend give me an arm And so they led him to Ma carrlasc nnd took him home a corpse ons moro tho code of the time had found Its victim Law turned away from the roach 01I his smitten opponent turned away a face stern and full of troubles InnI things resolved thomsolve In his mind as he stopped slowly towards tho carI rlage In which iris brother still IlIItI wringing his hands in an agony perturbation Jack Jack cried Will Liw Oh heavens You have killed him You have killed a man What shall we d01 I aw raised his heat and looked hltI brother In tho face but seemed soiree to hear him Half mechinlcillv ho was fumbling In the site pocket ot Iris coat He drew forth from It now h peculiar object at which ho gazed intently and half In curiosity It was the little beaded shoo of the Indian women the very object over which this III fated quarrel had arisen and whluh now seemed so curiously to intermin gle itself with his affairs Twos a slight shield enough hi paid slowly to himself Trot It served But for this little piece of hide me thinks there might be two of us golnu homo today to take somewhat ot rest To Be Continued GOING TO HANG ON Mammy FrU Her UrapcIIlhtlltr end KIUMV Vluit Was ptlltdIfir tlrr Every old negro mammy in the south wants to live to see the younger gen oration ot the ftntlly she lisa sorted grow up Her reason usually IsI Cause young mis and young mArSI ale old crnuft ler halt do bringl o do pore lambs A writer U the Philadelphia Inquirer tells of ono unto my who felt her responsibility unit knew her task Tho pore lambs were objects of her most tender and Jealous care oven it ns happens to many a flock on many hill of home tome of them turned out to bo black sheep And r hc never rested from her vigilance unfit her faithful eyes were closed In the long slumberI a friend who TIM aJ nurse for her children the same black mammy who cared for her In her babyhood The other day she went Into the nur wry nnd saw with alarm her six monthold boy hitting unsupported on the old womans knee 0 Mummy Jan she cried put your arm back of him 1111 fall Now yo jes go ten yc own affahs Mis Lucy replied tho nurse with soft uncouccrn I dono lining up all- ye fambty ter hey straight backs in tcr set orient DIs yore chile nln rli kin o chllo tor fall I prays do trnoil Lor not tor take me way fum jT well yo lu otc enough ter take hens o dcso chlllun Dat I do lint Mammy Jane said the younn mother what will becomn of ostiy when ho grows to be o man and has illdren of his own Who will tilts care ot them Well Mis Lucy was the rely Is swine ter do my bes tar hang on1 ToncliliiK the IlicUrt SrnAn English socialist explaining to a friend the principles of socialism it mtrked that all poiscsslons should lio rhareci equally If you had tie horses said the friend would jilvo me ono Of course replied tits racialist And If you had two cots would you do the same Of courts I should Well supposing now said the friend slowly you had tWI pigs would ynj plvn m one of them Eh Thas Rfitln over near home said the othii slyly Tta knowi XVII got two fir DR V H HOBSON s Dentist tI Iyluu n WKK M IOWMIUITKU A ConIIt Thu Urlb lilt Kipvrlcnrv I can strongly recommend Uorbinti us n rnwlicino of remarkable efficacy for indigestion loss of appetite sour taste in the mouth palpitation heed ache drowsiness after meets with tMotrtKHiog mental depression and low spirits Hnrbine must he a unique preparation for cases such aa mini for a few doses entirely removed my complaint I wonder at people going on nuffering or upending their money on worthless things when ilrbin in procurable aollHO cheap 0c a botllu at the Ewt End Coit S rcUT P andrroN rummrarIratlntrr w March tad reportoa IatnlLllay hls97trboppUSPdtoiscabisttl p 1iItKIIIH IN OJi I1SL Ono Minutn Cough Cum girett relief in one minute iKHausa it kills the tnicrolio which tickles the mucoiw membrane causing the cough nnd nt Ihtllm limn clears tllA phlegm draws out the inflatniniition arid Innls RIll ooothnn true affectwl pnrU Onn Minutn Cough Cure Mrengthnnn the lungs nlofT pneumonia nUll in n harmless anti never failing rum hi till curnh1 iriss of Contrite Colds and Croup Oro Minutn Cough Cure in pl RRnnt to tike hnrmlean and goal nlikn for yung and old Sold by tho- gAt Fad Thug Co B Soon Mesiment Ih7emplrtn + Trirrsph with Ultirr ihitni with rlllnIUuctlon for TKLliGKAlII OPKI VTINO A ftKlnMlnj lludjf tint wilt ratAlnfnti In runagood wpPa bend rr n TIIII CeNtnt whkh itt gait variety nf xp cblua or lor tUo lug iwill wail Telcpuouo CuCka HERMAN C TAFEL CVIIITIHINQ icerwicAL a s fur mr las U ui vitn sr lieu you feul blue nud tlmifvery thing trrow wrong take a do of lintnbiilniiia Sii nHih nud Liver litbiHtH They wincltmllhtl mid invigorate your hlomivh roSII11ht your bnveN girt you H rlihIr Tour lewd and utHki you irel that in thin world n grand plmw to live For nalo by S K WELCH In DrugiriHt REPAIR THAT LOOM IMrn College Jinn securest n market for hoirwniiit and houinwoTcn gods such nV IHH fovnrlidn linen dress liiixey jonnn blankets etc at follow lug prken- Crtri rliln f 4 to K Linen 40 to f0 cents n yard Drt w Litiney CO cents n yard Jeans CO tents n haul lliiiik tB untural brown wool or bark d fl n pair Vliltn HnRpy anti white blnnketn trlt tint iu demand only on ordorH CorerliiN must ImU vurdd 72 inche- srritlnnudIlnrds90 inchthlongr- ill dyes used must be old fmtbioned Lom mnde dyes- uywoinnnwhowanUt to still cover Mild or homespun to Ccrna College licuild find out what tint College ujntH before beginning to weave 01 rpln For luorniutiouapplr in per Situ or by letter tc Mrs Mettle W Graham Derea Kf The heat physic Once tried andiyou will always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tnbloln says William A G Irani Pease Vt These Tablets are lire moat prompt most pleasant and most reliable cathnrtio in UHO For Sale by S E WELCH Jn Druggist Is your harness In goodrepair Spring plowing will soon Iw here Got really for it bnfoiehnril by put trig your harness in good Hlmpa from jur splendid line of Collar Padu Collars lUck sands DrhlluIhaute Chniiis Rreechitig- Trniu ChnliiB Hnmen etc If you need n Now Set of HarueM we have the INat Our piren are extremely low whoa you consider the quality T J MOBBRLY i Main street Klchmoml g- ynttsr Than Cold I wan troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and uorvoui debility writes F J Green of Lan castor S II No romedy helped mo until I began lining Electric Bitters which did mo moro good than nil the niedicium overused They hun slice kept my wife in excellent health for venn She unyn Electric Bitters Mot putt nplondid for karate trouble that they MO n grand tonic nut iu vigorntor for weak rut down womec No other medidno cnn take its place lu our fmily Try them Only rtSntisfnition gtiaranteiHt by tilt EM End Drug Co MONUMENTSt Urs Hicdslonat ttitutrf Orinlt a Mtrbl I Work of nil kinds don in s Morkrnnnlikn manner nt fl iv otinbla priaw andwith ili l Hth Allwork Kure autood by GOLDEN FLO A ItlCHMOND Ky nw M r1n ace t ollln alt UItL AX KAHIY IttSKU A strong healthy active con tllu lion dependii Inrgnlv on the condition j of the liver Tho fitnoim little p IIe known nn Devvitlri Little Early Kinxm not only clennHo the frHl ui but thy strengthen Iho nclinn of Mm liver nut rebuild thn i5n itH Hiipiiorl fug that organ Little Knrlr ItioH re eimy to ncl they nuvor grip rind yet IhnfU absolutely certain to prxluc results thnt nre witiifrtiiorv iti nil cases Sold by tho Jitht End Drug Co u u Tis the Comfort Line I FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popular HENDERSONROUTE Between LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST The WEST And SOUTHWESTj As we nr hue rrli na larA of Free Hecllniiig Omir lIrIhervico bftwt n mid St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get tho lien denn Koute habit7It will us Ask us about ItIulst l ssstuti I J Irwin Otnl Pass Art Oto 1 Oarrett Tray Past Agt LOUISVILLE KY J I THE CITIZENluJ bl II31ttlfl1J IIi1tttIt11I1 rHHHHHHHIIIIIJ IEastern Kentucky News No coneipondence publlihed unleu signed In lull by the writer The same ti not for publication but a i an eridence ol good tilth Writ plainly tIIJUfrttIttrIttr1 11I11ttlJtl1M rrMADISON COUNTY MOTE ofIlure moved to Lexington Speed Ogg formerly a merchant of Kingston who moved to Tennpaseo last Decem her died Fobruary 12 with fov tr nud was brought to Pilot Knob Church for burial Sunday liiclmrd Golden and wifo are very low with foyer Robort Alcorn and wife entertained a mimlrer of young people at their homo Saturday night Minn Mary Jackson wax the guest of Miss Pearl Lmvis Saturday Lawronco Garrett wool to Richmond Friday on buss ness HICKORY PLAINS Feb 1911 E Ilarrid has boon very nick tho punt wekMr and Mm Dalles Wilson and MrH Arnett nM nt Sunday with Mr and Mm JoBUphtiH Wilnon Mrn R R Harris and children with Miwi Joicie Harris spent Sunday with W E Hums and family MrH Kz Cornolison wan tho guest of Mrs Dud Busts Sunday evening Luther Maupiit spent Mon day with Harbor and John Smith at White Station The baby of Mr and Mrs Pleat Evann is very nick Bill Adams fainted away for a time Satunlay evening alarming tho farm ly and neighbors Will Walker has hewn talking of leaving for tlo Wtllt- In a abort time Minima Mollie anti Maud Johnson spent Saturday even ing with tho Misww MaupinO- REYFUSI F b22J MSandlin of Valley i t View hero this wOk on business Curt Ik nge of Carittlo 0 Int homo for a few days visit Mr Bongos folks are planning to move to Ohio Wo regret to see thorn goL C Powell iliadR trip to McKeo laot tvf ekM1es Ellen lIp of Boron in visiting her grandmother Mrs Ann Hudson thin week The weather does not obstruct our hustling sowing tnachino agent II 0 Brewer Preach ing at tho Baptist church Saturday Feb 27 and 28 evorylxxlr invited JACKSON COUNTY 1CLOVER BOTTOM row days have boon tho coldest this winter and peoplo generally are housed up Eld Grillith fillwl his appointment at Oak Grove last Sunday On Monday tho Ifith Judge TI Coyle and wife left for McKee and their house at I Ihix place burned It took fire from a defective Hue Tho fire got such a her am it was Uncovered that IIItArt only succeeded in saving part of house plunder Today thin I9th ill tho day sot for n general move Isaac Dean Sr moves to his new home on Sand Lick R G Hayes to the Don place and T R Hayes to thin Tanyard place Farmorn will have work for nometimo cutting trees olT of their fences and rebuilding tho fencing that was blown down by the storm of the thTan CITIZEN is a welcome visitor SAND GAP It in reported that A P Gabbard our hustling merchant wants to sell out his property and stock of roods here Mr Gabbard has been of more help to this part of our county than any other man and wo would certain ly bo sorry to lose him eo we hope tho report in a mistake Mr Gabbard is planning to got out from 8000 to 10000 cross ties from his tinder this spring and ho will need quito a num ber of hands to do tho workC S Durham was a visitor hero n row nights agoDr Rose made a visit here it few nights agoW A Powell the horsetrader has three good horses on hand nowHarry Gahbard is homo for a few days visit from attend- Ing school at Berea He says be is getting along nicely Mrs S J tit Durham was much pleased when she drew a nice set of plates at Qabbards store Saturday James Brockmau who has been suffering with rheu matism ia pome better- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Fob 22Mrs Matilda Linville visited her sister Mm Rich Saturday and Sunday Preston tho little son of Mr and Mrs D 0 Cook Is ver- ysickMr1V H Stephens and wife visited relatives on Clear Crook Satur day and SundayP S Calliham has gono to Knox county to stay with his daughter until he gets well of la grippe Ho will build a now house whoro the old one was hurnedG L Wren has sold his farm for t100 to Mrs Eliza Knuckles SCAFFOLD CANE Feb 22 Born to the wife of H C Roulott Feb 10th a tine girl Bessie MayJohn Simpson of Bighill visited friends at Disputanta Sunday Mr and Mrs J S Waddle were tho guests of Mr and Mm H C Roulott Friday There will ho services at East Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Miss Martha McQueen spent Tuesday with Mrs Mina Davis Mrs Sarah Martin was the guest of Mrs Isaac Todd ThursdsyJ R Richmond expects to run the saw in tho shingle factory of Todd and HoImanC C Holtnan tolls a ghost story of one night lust week when he was going to hit mill about II oclock Ho says lhe didnt run but Daddy Toddn fence was found torn down tho next morning OISPUTANTA Feb 22Died on the 20 lust olti Bro Rodgers Ho lived with his son inlaw James Abney on Brush CreekDro Culton of Richmond preached at tho ole Primitive church Saturday and SundayJ W Lake was in Jackson county last week surveying landV C Ogg is tiling his farm Ho expects to farm a little heavier this yearIIeut Hellard was given 21 years in the penitentiary for killing Abo DrowDiedon the 20th inst James Cummins Ho lived near WlldleT J Lake in in the log business in Jackson county Parkio Scott of Climax bought a farm of Henry Legor for 11000 near the coal camps on Brush Creek He expects to sell goods there DONE W A Mutton of Berry Harrison county visited Rev J W Lambert on businww last week Born to Mr and Mrs David Grant Feb 7th a fine UJ pound horJohu Scogginn of Leavel Grwnvisited friends here last wookMrs lou Singleton who has won visiting her daughter Mrs Lizzie Knuckles at Cartoreville is now with relatives at this plaeMrs Lizzie Voutze who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Eden Wren has returned to her home at Piltaburg Born to Mr and Mrs Harrison Dugger Feb tilth a Iwy Robert Knuckles and wife of Bull county are here to buy thorn a farm James Long who has been down sick for some time is able to Jot out aRRlnH is reported here that T Simmons formerly of Borea and a student therels dead at Colum bin Mo OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Feb 19We are having some very cold weather at present Win Mays our U S Marshal has gone to Frankfort on business There js a great demand in our country for mules They have advanced BO per cent in the last few monthsIt is reported that Vol Taylor who lives on the South Fork has tho smallpoxWm Hamilton of Buck Creek passed through here Tuesday looking after the interests of Jessie Roulott Jr who owns considerable timber Eugene Garrott was on Island Creek Monday on business J T Bowman hiss gone to Heidlobure to work in the lumber business Wm Roberts is doing a fine business at hig store He says to keep your a rolling is the way to make money William Bick noll gave tho boys and girls of Island Creek a party Saturday night andall teem to be highly pleased with the result Farmers are preparing to go to work all seem to look for an early spring Tho marriage of Mr W W Tread way to Miss Mainous occured on Fed 6 Mr Treadway is one of Otvaley countys beat citizens and lives near Vincent The marriage was a surprise to tho friends of both but all seem well pleased The cermony was per formed by Rev Crit Newman of tho Christian church All who witnessed tho wedding say that it was one of tho finest that ever occured in the county Tho bride wore a gown of cream satin and a garland of roses adorned her person The bridegroom was dressed in a neat suit of black cut In the latest fashion After the cermony dinner was served and the beautiful and fir numerous presents wore shown to the guests Wo wish tho newly wedded pair a long married life GAB BAR0 Feb 20TwentyBeven snows have already fallen here this winterJohn Wilder has recently moved to this place from Jackson county Mrs Joseph Baker of Floyd swallowed pin recently and it lodged in her throat paining her very much for several days before she could get it out James Gabbard hiss returned home from Bares where he had been going to school He come home on account of poor health Ho speaks of Berea College as a grand institu thou Leonard Peters of Island Creek and Miss Emma Reynolds of Eversole were married recently at the home of the bride May success and happi ness go with themT L Gabbard of Boonevillo visited R W Minter and family last week Lincoln and Findley Bolin are hauling curly poplar logs and curly walnut stumps for Lon Kendle CON KLINO Fell 22 Frank Allen a former res id ont of Boroa was working at a whip saw mill at the Narrows last week when the mill suddenly stopped Procuring a hook be went below to pullout the chunk of wood as he supposed but instead large salmon fish which measured 47 inches in lengthand weighed TO poundsJ A Wilson had five loads of goods hauled from Tallega this weekThe yellow Hag is waving here and need less Wsay its warning is strictly heeded Henry Jennings is very sick Robert Callahans little boy died this week The bereaved family have our deepest sympathy We are rejoicing over the six months school law LEE COUNTY FINCASTLE Feb 23 A difficulty occured Fri day evening at Boattyville Junction between Jim Shelton and Ed Eaton Shelton shot Eaton who diNtone hour later Eaton was taken to his home at Clay City for burial Mr and Mrs W B Cheater visited friends at Beattyvillo last week Miss Polina Fortner and Winnie Treadway are attending school at Boon Station this winter Miss Mattie Thomas has been sick for a few days Miss Maggie Lane and Fannie Thomas visited their little friend Daisy Kincaid Sun day MASON COUNTY NAYS VILLE Feb 23Quite a good deal of excitement prevailed Sunday morning when the news lashed through the town that Garret Breckenridgo and his wife Lucy were found lying side by side on Fourth street at the foot of Plumb street murdered Presum ably he had shot her to death and then committed suicide by shooting himself Miss Alice Simms teacher in the city school left with her sister Tuesday for Cincinnati She has been in poor health for some time and has leave of absence for recuperation Dr Prudelt of Lawrenceburg ad dressed tho Bethel Sundayschool Sunday morning He expects to locate in our city in the near future The infant child of Mrs Eva Brandy which was so badly burned last week died and was buried on Friday Mrs Lizzy Munday has returned from Dayton whore she had been visiting her sonGeorge Straw der expects to move soon into his new property lately purchased from Prof T A Rind on FourthstreetMr and Mrs Joseph Haley are rejoicing ovor the arrival of a fine baby boy during the past week The revival at the Bethel church continues to grow in interest Come and get your spiritual strength revived The city schools were closed Monday on ac count of Washingtons birthday London Feb 24 Oakling from Oha Foo on February 23 a corrMpoadeat of the Morning Post says 40000 more Japanese troops have lauded at Che mulpo and that he hu received eon firmation of the report that some Jap anole have landed at Pigeon bay oth era at Tallonwan and that an engage ment occurred tie night of February 12The correspondent at Seoul of tho Daily Mail reports a panic at Ping Yang Coroa which U regarded as her aIding the approach of tho opposing armsAccording to tho Standards cone spondent at Seoul the Japanese bom barded Port Arthur at intervals be tween the 8th and 14th of February causing only slight damage Tho report is confirmed tola correspondent continues that 70 miles of railroad track and some Important bridges havo been destroyed between Harbin and Vladivostok If the latter report Is truo It would be a great ad vantage to tho Japanese as Vladivo stoIc Is known to bo very badly supplied and it therefore could not long resist a Japanese attack There is still however no news of actual oper atlnna iV anY lrtm Perfect Confidence Where there used to bo a feeling of 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OPPOSITE BURDETTES tILL Berea Ky Miller House Newly fitted Meals and Board and Lodging nt popular prices Next door to Jooa 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 log and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea K- yCitizenThe 1 a year 6 mos 50c J THE WONDERMITE J wonder why he goes away And dont come home again alt day Uut goks Tot you know You ralechlsf you with eyes of brown That pops Just got to gO to town WMt shall I bring ouT You Just wilt Till 1 come home old tousle pate And youll find out wly pops away fm oo on mutter love all day And then I let hire go for I Know omethlnsn In It by and by I wish though hed cut out that spiel Of baby talk It makes me feel Like I am still a babe you know And 1 was weaned two weeks ago He says Im dot to make IB ants To which OOB baby fancy rungs Hut why he has to go away To make the things he doesnt say If he can make a popcorn ball And taffy oranges and all At all It does teem like hed be Glad to make them right here by me Dut praps he thinks that I might see Jut how he makes such thins for mt And I might make a whole lot too And eat and cause a big todo In what he calls by tummy and Just make him walk to beat the band But now Im hungry I forget1 Im weaned I wish I wasnt et- lJ M Lewis in Houston Ios- tLOG OF THE R M S TONBRIDGE CASTLEBy 811 LAURENCE days since the last owlng EIGIIT had gone with a hissing and voice to add the name of the good ship Southern Cross to the list of derelicts at anchor In the ancient port of Missing Ships Tho sun blazed from a white tropical sky on the oily surface of a flat calm From rim to rim the sea was a dead level of gleaming gray broken only by the occasional flash of a flying fish or the dull black dorsal fins of the sharks Two parched and sunbaked figures all that were left of a crew of 20 sat staring at each other from opposite ends of a halfcharred ships boat their eyes glowing with the fever of madness and their lips and tongues swollen and blackened with the tortures of thirst The clothes hung In folds from their wasted frames as they crouched mumbling and jlbbering to themselves in the sweltering heat of the calm Eight days of the cursed sun and not a sail to be seen Where have all the ships got to For the hundredth time since dawn the mate worked the horizon with his glass In the vain hope of seeing some thing Nothing broke the lonely monotony of that wide expanse of silent ocean beyond the equator Things are coming to an end heI muttered sinking back on the thwart We squeezed the last drop out of the breaker yesterday morning and that idiot forard spilled them blast himI Look at him there chewing gers Why does he stare at me so Ills eyes are like redhot gimlets they seem to bore right through me He thinks Ill go off my head and then hell kill me as he would have done the last if Id not choked him off Said a lot about the survival of the fittest and that the weak should be given for the strong I i wonder wholl go next he or I We gave the others to the sharks one by one at night poor boys and tried not to see And now wholl help me with him for hes sure to go hes got fo go hes got to get a move on him I wont have any sodgerlng HI there you Yes you forard there Who are you looking at Get on with your work Do you think this is a pleasure yacht you flounderfooted son of a deckwalloper Come to sea- to get fat do you Ill soon take some of that off you None of your back talk now Ill have no eealawyers on this ship Thew there this wont do Keep a grip on yourself MUter Mate If you want to get out of this mess I believe I was beginning to feel a bit queer just thenNow let me see Ill try to think a bit and get my mind off this little picnic Where were we when the fire broke out Oh I know We had passed St Helena and were beginning to make a little east ing so as to pick up the soucast trade Hang It all hes looking at me again I It had just gone eight bells at the end of the middle witch and the old man had been up In his pyjamas to look at the card he was always poking about when I should have been asleep to I had the watch aft to take a pull at the braces to make all shipshape before turning In whet Fcrsyth came to me and said the air In his cabin was that thick he couldnt deep and wanted me to go down with him and see what I could make of It Thought he smelled smoke said he was so used to bad smells in the ship he couldnt be sure JUt then the second came up to take over the watch and we went below Talk about smells Why the air was as thick as peasoup with smoke and the fuddleheaded old Sotch man couldnt smell It Well we roused the old man out and turned the hands up and got the hatches open The place was a merry hell down there She was afire fore and aft There wasnt a ghost of a chance of saving her although we worked till the pitch bubbled out of the deck The old man swore we were cowards when we said we had had enough LY wanted to get the boate out Said he would shoot tho first man whoI Get away you yellowheaded Dutchman If you come aft Ill maul the dad Blamed head off you with a stretcher you hogbacked mullygrubbcr He ripped out a footrest stapccrfd to his feet fell over athwart and lay with his face staring ct the white sun over head A grin came over tho client one In tho bow and his hand stole around to the heath knife at his hip His eyes glowed with the dullred like those of a hungry wolf while the lips drew back from the ye1Nw tangs as he crawleJ to wards the prostrate man In the stern He paused ere he reached him and his breath came In hot Ups while the Yetis stood out In black cords on his neck and forehead Then the red went out of his eyes and he shuddered and looked away With a dry choking sob he hurled the knife far Into the sea and crept back to his place In the bow Hours passed and the sun stole down towards the west while the fine of the sharks like the black sails of death glided silently round and round the lit tle boat their gaunt shadows showing beneath the oily smoothness of the sea The mate stirred and dragged himself up and sat with his back against tho gunwale hello I must have been asleep What station was that we Just passed Haylo was It Were nearly there now only two more stops What a surprise for Polly I wonder If the kiddy has grown Its a long time since I saw them and they dont know Im coming Ive got some nice things for them too Let me see Theres hat piece of China silk for the missus and an ostrichs egg and some of them little shells the nig gers use for money away down In the islands Theres a monkey and a parrot for the little one along with those little ships I made on the way outnice little shipsships with their holds full of tiresharksdud menaneland Oh yea Its that greasy steward again the dago hes late with ray tea I con tell you theres going to be a lot of changes In this ship when we get In Theres a Dutchman forard whos got to go anyhow Before vo go to sea again I am going to have her decks chipped I and the sidelights put forward I dont believe In carrying them aft she ftnesIaway to much you cant see them have your courses down I wish they would quit pounding for awhile the old man always seems to start their pounding when Its my watch below Thats the worst of Iron ships get quite fO much groanln and 1oudontII perhaps but then you have to for It when they start knocking the rust off her How unsociable everyone IsISay you over there Come drink and well have another all round ItsImy shout Phew how hot It Is enough to drink up the ocean Why dont they shut off some of this sun What a Godforsaken place It is anyhow I dont believe there Is a Godit there IsIf there is he owes me something drink curse What Who toI What Oh yes Its that Dutchman thebowotcourre No It couldnt hnvo been him See how black hes gone hes deaddead and Ill be the next Look at his tongue Id better pitch him over hes pretty to look at Guess Ill canvas him up and watt till sunset and do the thing shipshape It wont belong now the sun Is getting quite low and red well hue wind tomorrow Look at those little clouds IndIlittleThey seem to form a golden cross be EuniI It looks to me like j a faceandIts coming nearerI can see It now Its a facewlth a crown of I scarlet thorns Whats ell thrt got to myidont some ship come along and get mo out of this If only the wind comes tonight III cheat those beastly sharks out of a teedIll cheat emIll cheat the devil Ill cheat God That voles again What a row my cars are mak ing I cant hear anything That voiceIWhat did It say I have Suffered yes of course Ive suffered suffered with a thirst and with Dutch t menand with sunandanti 0 God help me to pray Help me to pray for the dear ones at homeforI the dear ones at home who are waiting i God guide and watch over them tonight for tomorrow for tomorrow theywillbealonein theworld Goodby Polly I shant belong and this will be my last voyage I promise Goodby sonny daddad- dy will be back soon back soon The sun gleamed a moment then sank behind the rim of the western ocean fExtrnct from th Jog of the K M P TonbVxJtrfi Cacti tlatiusry flth 1W1 TM 9 degrees 1 S Long 7 degrees 3 W Sea rough Stronp R W Trade 8 n m Pasted a ships long boat bottom up Black and White- STATUETTE HAS TWO EYES English Art Rxprrtu Arr Drrf Ivcit h a Marble Presentment of Lord XebonIThe Royal United of England which controls the naval and military museum appealed recent ly for subscriptions to purchase a statu ette of Nelson said to have been present ed to Nelson by George III The statuette was examined by ex perts who declared It early nineteenth century work of great artistic alueIKing Edward subscribed prince of Wales 150 and the statuette was purchased Now It comes out that It was modeled only two years ago by Richard Garbe an art student for a patron who supplied him with old prints and details Garbe says he cannot un derstand how experts Imagined that It was a Ujuette of early nineteenth cen tury work as he adopted a device recently discovered of cutting a crescent In each eye to cast a shadow to add to the expression The statuette which pur ported to have been presented to Nelson as a memento of the battle of the Nut represents him as having two eyes al though he lost one four years before that battle A Dinirnll Task That Pittaburg man who was to wall around the world In seven years has yet to cross the Atlantic and says the Chi seen THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lriton In the Inlrruatlnonl Serl fur fbOllnry UK IIHH lUarrri and Doer uC the Want Till LESSON TEXT Mutt 7213 21 Not every one that nulth unto Mrs Lord Lord shall eater Into the Kingdom of leaven but he that tloelh the will of My lather which In In leaven St Muny will guy to M I In that day Lord Lord huve w to not prophrsled In Thy statue and In Thy name have Baal out devils and In Thy name done many won drrlul works T a And then will I profess unto them I never knew you depart front Me ye that work Inliiully 24 Tlierefurc whomever henrelh these ayliiKK or Mine and dueth them I will Ilktn Mia unto a wlsu sum which built his house upon u rock II Ana the rain descended and the Hoods iume and the winds blew und hell upon Unit Inline wad II fell not fur It V a foiina i upon u rock 1C And everyone that heareth these say Inga ol Mine and doeth them not shut bll likened unto a foolish man which bunt his house upon the sand 27 And thv rain descended and the Hoods came und the winds blew and brut upon that house und It hit und great was the fllll Of It Is And It ramp to pass when Jesus had ended these sayings thupeoplf were aston ished ut IIUi doctrine I for He tuuKlit them as one having uuihurlly unit not its the scribes UIIIU ltVItlf ye drra of the- surd nt out 1urIIIIIIIlDUTLINI3 OK SCItllTUIli 8KCTION- Jt u VlthdtuMUl to HeiisLorc Glatt I21S1- JtKiiII VllhiltKWUl to Ssushore Mark 1712- Cliooilni t the Tw4YeMatt IOI l- thwsigof IherxelvtMark31310r- huusag of the lwehIukr C1J16 Sermon on 0t Mountlall 6151 Sermon on the iouutluke6O t9 TIMK Hummer of A t s tpurl of Tip Yur of iuhllc favor ILAIKNot u mountain but the rteva- dull which overlook the sea of lullce NOTUH AM COMMBNTH Matt 72121 Jesus had just been warning ills followers agaliut false teachers They were to be known lie said by their mils nut then might l o falMj dUclpleu nil well as false tfacb crs und falso notlonn of what It meant lo be u Isle disciple In these verses Jesus htiow how tremendously tcrluu anti thoroughgoing u thng It Is to bo a ClirlRtluu IiXot every one that salth unto Me lord Irofrsslun was not ciiniigh now to make uncJesus tliatlilic It In not n uc tlun of Kaytng lint of do Ing II Is u good sisal lo any Lord Lord It Is right to say It 4t tnoatin nypH1 admiration belie teal I Its teachings are high nod true but a per son tau have all thasi ftrlltign about riirlut without nrtually living the Christ life Ktitrr Into the Kingdom of Heaven The kingdom of Heaven as It Is nn earth JrmiR was not primarily training graph In follow Him out ol Ihlx world lint to follow Mini In this world Hut lit that dooth the will of My Father Saying when arrorn pHtil d by doing Is natural and right without It It is n hollow mockery JmiiH had been telling what Cods will WIIH In thiil liay The great day of judgment announced by many prophrlK und expected by all the Jewv Did we iifit priiShrxy Did vl not preach New Trctamrnt prophecy was priiichlng rather then predicting future rvcnlit fly thy name cast out demons etc Great chuwy works imitating the external rtud of Christ himself preaching und perhapM making converts and yet nut living a life governed by the principles laid down In this hlllldn Ipurhliic Depart from Me A ter Ably solemn tntuioe of doom not from n hard and stern God thire IH uo rut h Oud1I111 from the loving Christ Vs 2IJ7 Here begins the con clusion of till muni wonderful body of teaching the world has seen tome ol them lofty ethical teachings havr horn oxprpganl by the founders of the great worm religions but always hopeleM ly mixed with the darkness of heathen Ism We need not say that the worM tvllglons were nil false for they wcr not but JtKua tcnclilng was all true Hcnreth these words of mine and dopth thorn The hearing without the doing would make one worse rather than heller Shall be likened unto a wise man IPSUR does not say a good mss hut u Fcntilhln man The wise man look euro what foundation he liitlll upon realizing slat the hulldlnp nf H hoist was ii serious matter and that if It was lo iiroVd equal Id Ills theta of hue Riorms of years It must bo built right from the foundation up HeKrclh these words of mine and dearth then nut This mans oppor Innltlps wire an gnrnl ne the other but he neglected them did not renllrc the Importance of a sound foundation Ills mlsalit was not In FUrclIng n bad Inundation but In taking no thought of foundation In beginning to build haphazard and anywhere on loose sand near the bed of n mountain torrent Hmco The remit Is a foundation just ns worthlotR ns If a had ono had been purposely chosen A hoiiire built on the nand will stand In fair weather The foundation Jesus been speaking of Is ono that will Ihltll the tests of the ntormn of life Vs 28 29 As usual thin Impres made by the grrat Teacher was tremendous and the distinctive thin g about It was as In a recent lesson that lie did not quote authority hut spoke His own convictions directly from ills own heart and from God Those who heard Him felt that whal lie said was authoritative Kprur 1nlnln They only rule who scot n all ridicule wrong path can lead to n right end IINo or leads back on the background ofhumilityThe to darkness find thelrWa Y to their own element I Better to be Gods little child than the leads arlgh manI force In which our senses are like a sundial at night The sight of a Is the only com mission the trueman needs Rains i Horn HER GIFT The Story of the lllllr llniiilLrrchlrl VUIih llentcl tin tup ulna lit Jlltlll II illUKlli When the death of John U Cough was announced wagon loads of flowers were turned back from the door of his home with the orders that these tlow era be distributed among the poor When the vast congregation of people came to the funeral there was not a flower upon the casket the only dec oration was a little faded tearstained handkerchief and the story of that handkerchief was this Many years before that a young lady had married a young man and they had gone to the city of New York to live After they had finally settled thereI the wife found that he was drunkard and gambler and soon ho began to leave her alone at night Two little children carne Into their home but he cared not j for them seemingly for he would be out all night Then he began to tent his family curse them and then began pawning the furniture One by one the pieces of furniture that she had brought from old Kentucky were sent down to the pawnshop After awhile this pour woman had to go out and wash for a living that her children might have bread to eat She had one treasure left I HAVU JltoruilT MY HANDKUIt CIIIKK that was the piano that her mother had givfn her on her wedding day She would take her little tots and play on the piano and sin to them then they would say their little prayers and go tobedShe came home one night and her piano was pone She know what It meant Tho last thing she had to lei of her old homo had been pawned by her husband for drink Her heart was breaking but the habits camo and asked her to sing She put hey arms around them and tried to sing the hut she could without her piano Somehow tho whisky had not tasted aa good that night as usual Sometimes when mixed with a womans tears It gets n little bitter Her husband came home not so drunk as usual An he came around the house 1m looked In at the window and he saw the children In i their little nighties and his wife was singing a lullaby song then they prayed kneeling down beside her Earl one naked Cod to bless them to bless mamma then to bless papa and help him to bo good and to bring him homo sober lie slipped softly In and kneeled down by Ms wifes side and said Wife If youll forgive ino I will never do It again She paid Tom will you sign the pledge to nght He said 1 will They went down together to a hall where John D Cough the great temperance lecturer was giving a lecture Tom went up and put hip name down Ono day at tho lime of Mr Coughs Illness there camp to his home a woman and she told her story to Mrs Cough She sold I hoped I might give some presents to Mr Cough but I I cannot do It I have brought my tearII brought this and thought I would give It to Mr Coush When Mr Cough hoard this he told his wife to send all flowers that were rent him at his funeral to the poor and put nothing hut that little handkerchief on his casket and tell the people that there was one soul on earth that ho knew he mind helped make hotter When the people raw that little handkerchief on the casket of John n Ootigh It taukhf them a lesson all line lowers In the world couldnt Rams Horn Iovrrly Cnimril by llrbtk Upon the connection of poverty with drink the statements are uncompro mising A Wesleyan minister says that In nearly every application to their relief fund the necessity was ul timately traced to drink on the part of man or wife or both A Congregationalist says that It Is at the root of all the poverty and dlstrpfe with which they come Into contact drink has been the cause of leakage A Church of England vicar speaks of it as the great trouble the main cause of all poverty In almost every application for relief there Is a history of drink Temperance The SpldiT and UU Web In proof of the allegation that drjnk deceives Dr Louis Albert Banks says The saloon IB the spider and his web Is the American life and the over whelming majority of the flies caught in his web are workingmen Time Cbrlstltn church would kill the spider atid destroy the web It seeks to save a hundred thousand young men every year caught and cncuhcd la the loathsome netf FRYINGPAN DRUNKARDS Utensil rook Food Poorly and Caathe Kutrrm to Seek hells la lluuor The distinction of drawing public attention to the fact that JueJtlclent cooking Is one of the principal Incen tives to drinking resU with Sir Wil liam Anson parliamentary secretary to the board of education of London Sir William Infonned the students of the HarrU Institute at Preston that Indigestion was produced by bad cook Ing and continued Indigestion led to drink Tho relation of bad cooking to theIdrink habit hn however been known to medical men as well as to conductors of cookery classes The latter are doing admirable work on behalf of temperance reform and Inquir- Ies elicited the welcome assurance that there Is not a culinary student In London who line not the physiological and moral effects of bad cooking impressed upon her The officials of the national society HlackI viction that unskilled cooking is re sponsible fur a vast amount of Intemperance In the poorer and middle classesA hardworking man imlil one ot the principals returns home after a trying day feeling very hungry to a meal that Is terribly Indigestible But the halffamished man must eat lit or KO hungry Afterward he naturally suffers and as counties In stances prove repairs to the nearest public house for spirits to assuage his pain Uy repetition of the process he acquires chronic Indigestion always repeatedly lying to the only remedy knowsThe or rattier the abuse of the frying pan Is according to another authority the origin of much alcoholic indulgence by workingmen The fry IIOPUliar and most things prepared In a trying pan are lndlgelblc A STORY ON CARNEGIE Total AtxlNlnrr Sit Kiuptujrn un- Mollmnl U lntr Vliu AlilalM burn llitivr list Murr Pay Joshua L llallry a wellknown Phil adelphia merchant spoke at Ardmore 1a the other night on total abstinence and told a story about Andrew Carnegie While In Washington about a week ago said Mr llalley I mot Mr Car neslo who upon hearing that I was I ixmntctHi with the National Temperance society Mid to me That a splendid movement I am not a total abstainer myself but on my estate in Scotland at the end of every year I call all my men up and everyone whoa swear that ho has not taken a drink of liquor luring the year gets ten per cent added to his wages I find that Cvetlxths of the men get the additional money Mr Hslley suggested that perhaps If Mr Carnegie set the example by nb talilog blnuelf the other onesixth might abstain I PROGRESS OF REFORM Oscar 11r ling of Sweden and Norway I has acceded to a petition of his lI temperance subjects to discontinue the christening of uattleships with wine Tho blind pigs In La Grange III must go say the citizens of the sub urb They have asked the village board to devise moans of ridding the town of them The city marshal of Hoopeston III hu been removed front oflieo because of Insufficient activity shown In the prosecutions for violations of liquor or dinance The clergy of the state church of Sweden arscmuled In national conven tion unanimously petitioned the gov ernment to stop tho sale of beer at all military establishments and camps God never compromises with any wicked thing Ills laws against evil arc all prohibitory Satan Is the au thor or compromise and when men permit evil for n consideration It Is not difficult to tell whose side they are on or In whoso Interests they are working National Advocate In our southland 11 states are strengthening their laws Look at Texas In 1901 C3 counties had prohi bition In 1002 101 Juno 1C 1903 123 prohibition counties In the state Some have been added since Thin San An tonio Liquor Dealer declares that prohibitionists will carry the entire state In two years The fiftysixth annual report of the Pennsylvania commissioners on lunacy shows that tine increase of Insanity from Intemperance Is from 200 per cent In 1900 to 211 per cent In 1902 The ratio of Intemperance to any other cause of Insanity Is given aa five to one Isnt drink the great bcfudJlcr Illinois Garden ppub Edward county In Illinois Is a ver itable garden spot There Is not a single prisoner confined In the county jail nor has there been for several J years The Jail Is used exclusively WI qterwithout a single inmate The cir cuit court In that model county zel dom lasts over two days owing to the remarkable absence of litigation In the past two years there has not beta a single criminal casn tried there and but one jury trial In all that time and that was brought by n man who sued his motherinlaw for alienating his wifes attentions The county haa not sent a prisoner to the penitentiary for 30 years a record perhaps unequaled Reason why In 30 years there has been but one saloon In the county and that was operated Mbut a single year National Advocate ir FROM flU OVER THE STflTE I H w M HONORED HANNA Kentucky Senate Adjourned Out of Respect to Hit Memory Frankfort Fob 16SenateIn tho senate Monday Senator Carroll moved 1that tho house bill Intended to cut Mclnorncy out of his exoftlclo position of county election commis stoner be made a special order for Thursday but his motion was defeat ed by 13 yens tq17 nays The house bill to redistrict the appellate court districts was reported favorably by the committee on rules and made a special order for Wednesday Only two new bills were Introduced as fol lows No 217 by Senator Ilonnntt Act to transfer town of Hartford In Ohio county from the sixth to the fifth class towns No 218 by Senator McNutt Act to regulate tho Incorporation of assessment and cooperative comlwnless or der was the Drowry bill amending the revenue laws of firstclass cites so as to carry Into effect tho amendment to Section 181 of tho constitution It wax explained by Mr Drewry that the bill would substltnto a license system for tho nd valorem system of taxation on personal property for purely local purposiii Tho bill was passed by n vote oM5 to 7 There was only ono moro than a quorum present The house concurred In tho senate amend meats to house bill No 67 rcappor Honing the states revenue so as to provide for 2G4 cents for the school fund Frankfort Ky Feb 17The lower house of the assembly Tuesday adopted a resolution by Mr Black of Knox providing adjournment Tuesday as a mark of respect to the late Senator Marcus A llanna and for the appoint ment of a committee to draft resolu Lions The committee report will be riKelvetl on Friday The stale senate Tuesday by n vote of 25 to C passed a bill plarlnK national bank upon the same footing for purposes of taxation nit arc state banks taking nsMMifmrnt of them from the local asssfnrs and placing It In the state board of valuation anti asscst Inert Frankfort Feb 18SenateAs an evidence that awed flowers do some time grow over the garden wall ofI partisan politics the Kentucky senate which In overwhelmingly democratic Adopted resolutions Wednesday cub KUtlc of the life anti services of Mat us Ilnnnn and there WAS not n ills tenting vote When tho senate ad journ It dill no out of re pert to tho memory of tho late senator from Ohio House The house Biassed the senate bill extending the state librarians term of office to four yeas bike all athcr state otnces and made tho salary 11200 per year Tho house also passtl the bourne bill changing the manner of selecting the county boards of health and health olflcer The AI vurton bill to repeal the barbers law whirs has been In operation only two years was before the committee on niinlclinlltl and after much discus sion the committee authorized Or Av erdlck to draft a bill to repeal the present barber Inspector law and enact n statute covering tho same ground hut In a different way and so drawn that It can bo bettor enforced than A present law Dr Avcrdlck expects a report the bill to the house Friday The house passed the bill which ap propriate 75000 for an addition to the Western asylum at llopklnsvllle in order to relieve the crowded condl lion of the other asylums- Frankfort Feb 198InatcThe rnnatc and house each passed an Im lorant bill Thursday It Is n measure to enable an expired public utility franchise to IK sold again In such manner as to give tae owners of the first 25year franchise a chance to buy It passed the senate after a lively ie Imto of two hours Tho bill only ap plies to cities of the first class Sen ator Cox offered a bill to euro a defer In the Worlds fair appropriation lull no that the commissioners may have come of the money available to pay for work before tho work Is entirely pleted Sinntor Carrolls reu uUitlo providing for afternoon sessions of the senate beginning next Wednesday to consider bills in the order of the day war adopted Tho bill to create tie new county of Theme was referred to the committee on rules The lull nit signing Ueckhnm county to the vari oils districts which It belongs passed House The house passed what Is Known as the Herea college bill which prohibits tho education of whites and blacks In the same school Tho voo won practically unanimous which In dicates that tho bill will doubtless pass the senate anti that means the ex tinction of Herea college which Is the only school where the two races ore educated together The bill to pro hibit office holders from serving OH committeemen for any political party was dlfciiBBed by tho house anti a test vote Indicated It will vase though final action was cut off Thursday by adjournment Woman Named As Superintendent ijIcxlnltoll K Feb 17Not a few surprises were In store for some of the candidates In the democratic primary held In this county Tucnday For the first time In tho history of the county a woman has been given the nomination for superintendent of county school and In this race Mrs Clarence I Faul coner defeated her opponent J J 1 Clark Willis Granted aNewTrial Cadiz Ky Feb 19 Lawrence Wll ls under a verdict of life sentence uccutcd cf tho assassination of his uncle W B Johnston last Mnrci was granted n new trial by Judco Coral here He will III ely be tried again at the May term of court Dank For Certertown Hartford Ky Fob 19The now Hank of Centertown tils county will open for builnois Saturday Tho offi AIjvln A LEGAL SALOON For the First Time In a Generation One Was Established at Jackson Jackson Ky Feb 17or the first time In a generation a legal saloon was established hero Tuesday when Matt Crawford took out a license pay- Ing 500 therefor Recently the town council passed resolutions licensing saloons In the face of the legislative enactment prohibiting saloons from being operated In Jackson Numerous blind tigers are still In operation here BY COMPROMISE The Litigation For a Meteor That FIll In Kentucky His Deen Settled Owlngsvllle Ky Feb 17Attornoy representing F 11 Ewing hero In tho suit against Thomas J Iergrnm for the 100pound meteor which was found on Bwlngs land last spring met Tues day afternoon and compromised by paying Icrgratn 300 cash to pay the cost of suit If the meter sells for over 1200 Iergram will get onefourth of the amount The meteor was delivered to Kwlngs attorneys Tuesday Practical Joke May Prove Fatal Petersburg Ky Feb lRlarl Walton a wealthy breeder of puce horse was made the victim of a joke that may prove fatal lie weighs nearly 200 pounds Just before he entered Cordons store some young men put large carpet tacks on a chair seat Walton sat down upon one of the tacks which penetrated his flesh Blood poisoning developed aud his con dition Is said to bo serious Residence and Stock Barn Burned Smiths Grove Ky Fob 18Tho largo twostory residence and a big stock barn belonging to J P Nlckolls on Barren river were destroyed by fire The household goods were all lost and several fine horses were burn ed The total loss Is estimated at 10 000 with only a small Insurance Another New County Scheme Hartford Ky Feb 19The people makingtan a neW their town as the county sent They want to get enough territory from the adjoining counties of Hancock Da ItSIr Grayson Brecklnrldgc and Ohio to do tills Representative Clark Fatally III Frankfort Ky Feb 19Itepresen taUVe W C Clark of Paducah tho oldest member of the house started homo on tilt train In a dying condition from pneumonia Ho was accompan led by his sun and every precaution was taken to make him comfortable The Fight Is Getting Hot Frankfort Ky Feb nTho fight over the bill known as tho HnrglsRc wine circuit court bill In growing warm In the senate A big delegation nrrlveitoTuesday night to protest against any change In the present district A Rally of Missionaries OwlnKsvllle Ky Feb 1I1A mis sionary rally will bo held at the Shnrpsburg Christian church this county on Saturday February 27 In which tho Christian churches of SharpsburK Bethel East Union Moorefield and Somerset will pal tlcI pate Kentucky Y M C A Howling Green Ky Feb 19To 26th annual state convention of the V M C A convened hero Thursday night More than too delegates are In attendance Tho principal address JudgenSuldcn P Spencer of St Louis Receives a Verdict For 11000 Hnrrodsburjr Ky Feb 18in cir cult court hero the jury In the case of Owen Curd against tho C N O = T P railway brought In a verdict for 11000 Curd was Injured In n wreck at Sunbrlght Tcnn and brought suit for 22000 damages Blackburn For President Owensboro Ky Feb 17tJey Woodson democratic national com mlttcemcn will In a leading editorial In Wednesdays Messenger declare for Senator Joseph Blackburn of Ken lucky as tho democratic nominee for president Died at the Age of 94 Years Henderson Ky Feb 18Mrs Lucy Ann Hancock 94 tiled at her home near this city Before silo married she was n Miss Stanley and was a great granddaughter of Nancy Hart Morgan of revolutionary fame In Favor of the New District Bnrbourvllle Ky Feb 18A large delegation of lawyers from the 27th judicial district has left for Frankfort to work In the Interest of the bill mak ins a now district out ot the counties of Brcathltt Knott and Perry1 Representative McDonald Dead Louisville Ky Feb 19Harry P McDonald who was serving his third term as a representative In tho Kentucky legislature died at his home in Louisville at GtO oclock ThurtUdy night alter being 111 of pneumonia six days Heirs Want 020000 Damages Ellcnbethtown Ky Fob 1JThe heirs of R IaLamb who was killed by a switch engine at Lebanon June Lion February 1 have filed suit In the Hardln circuit court against the Lnu Uvllle t Nashville railroad onQIO FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington Feb 1GSenateThe suspense concerning tho condition of Senator Hanna had an appreciable cf feet on tho ncnato Monday and as ai icsult tho proceedings were marked by an unusual listlessness and depres Blun Thero were no speeches on any subject whatever and more attention was given to the frequent bulletins an nounclng the condition of the senator than to matters of legislation The entire time of tho legislative session was devoted to routine business the most Important matter taken up being the bill providing for a gratuity to former Queen Lllloukalanl ot Hawaii which was lost on a tie vote Several bills were passed House In voluntarily relinquishing his sent as a member of the house o1 representatives Mr Shafroth of the First district of Colorado furnished n profound sensation during tho 40 mln lutes session Monday Tho manly and earnest words of tho Colorado member fairly took tho breath of the house as ho proceeded to put the first case on record In that body where a mem ben gave up his seat acknowledging that his election had been tainted by fraud For this fraud Mr Shafrott declared ho was not In any way re sponslblo nor was ho aware that It lend been perpetrated until tho evi dente had been adduced before the elections committee of tho house Washington Feb WSenateThe Panama canal question again Thurs day was tho uppermost topic In the senate and Mr Spooner spoke on that subject during the greater portion ol the days session Early In the day Mr Tlllman moved to reconsider the tie vote of last Monday by which the bill to grant 150000 to former Queen Lllluokalanl was defeated but further consideration of the matter was not pressed at the time The senate adjourned until Saturday on account of Mr Hannas funeral louseThe house passed the fort flcatlons appropriation bill The Phil Ipplne question was the subject of a brief but spirited discussion whllo the bill was under consideration An Item In the bill provided for fortifications In the Insular possessions Mr Smith dem Ky proposed an amendment j to preclude the use of any part of the appropriations for fortifications In the Philippines holding that an expend tune of tho sum necessary properly to fortify the Islands was not warranted until tho future of the archipelago shall lave been determined By n strict party vote of SO to 82 the Smith amendment was lost Mr Robinson dem Ind made an unsuccessful ef fort to secure an amendment to prevent the use of any portion of the money appropriated for experimental purposes for Langley airships expert ments WORKED ON SUNDAY SixtyTwo Laborers Arrested Near Danville Va Danville Va job 18 Slxtytwo at tho laborers engaged on the plant of the Dan River Power and Mnnufactur Ing Co In course of construction a mile above Danville has been arrested for laboring on Sunday last The men claim the work was essential ant that the plant can not be competed without ome Sunday work The cases were partly heard Well ne day night and on adjournment was token without result until Friday morning THE BEDFORD MURDER Mrs McDonald Has Started a Sub ttrptlon to Employ a Lawyer Bedford Ind Feb 1SMrs James McDonald has started R subscription to defray tho expense of employing n lawyer to defend her husband A great many people who believe Me Donad Innocent have contributed The city council Wednesday night ap proprlnted 200 more to the sum al ready set aside for the expense of tho Investigation A member of the Investigating committee said Wednesdaj night Tho case Is more complicate tonight than heretofore DEFENDED HER HOME Unknown Man Shot and Killed Dy a Woman In West Virginia Bluoneld W Vn Fob 18Whlle ab tempting to defend her home from the attack of an unknown man Mrs J C McDay of McDowell county emptier the contents of a doublebarreled shot gun Into her aasallanta body The dead mans namo has not been learned but It Is said he was a farmer who had been ejected from tine McDaj house earlier In the night The wom an has not been arrested Fraudulent Naturalization Papers New York Feb 19 Important ar rests which It Is thought will uneart wholesale naturalization frauds In this city were made 14 Italians being ta ken Into custody for having fraudu lent naturalization papers Favors Joint Statehood Santa Fe N M Feb ISTbo tcrt tonal democratic central committee adopted resolutions favoring joint statehood with Arizona A resolution endorsing W RL Hearat for the presi dentin nomination was voted down unanimously Wireless Telegraphic Instruments Washington Feb 19Tho armored cruiser Nqw York flagship of the Pa cHIc squadron now at Panama has been fitted out with a set of wireless telegraphic instruments and tests will begin with the shore as soon as stations on land can be established Early Adjournment of Congress Washington Feb 19There Is talk of an early adjournment of congress before April 15 The republican house leaders have been discussing the ques tion and see no reason why it can not be den THE KNITTING LESSON Grandmother knows hown stocking grows lllbblng and purling and heels and tore Now she la leaching our little Hose Put In the needle threadlout ort It goei Grandmothers mouth gives a little twitch Watching to slyly the eager witch Heady to help at the inaalleit bitch Put In the needle Throw over the thread Out with the needle and theres the stitch Grandmother sees In a misty dream Her eyes still fixed on the needles gleam Pastured flocks and a gurgling stream Grandma oh we forgot the team luring the thread forward The needle this side Then over off and weve made the seam Grandmother knows how allOcrlng growl Itlbblng and purling and beets and ton I Now she IB teaching our little hose Mary J Jacques In St Klchola DOG TRAVELS ON PASS Clever Fox Terrier Known as Driver U Munnll Favored by an Eastern Itnllroml terI a annual pass says a New York dis patch to the Baltimore Sun Dewey has been a traveler on the New York New Haven s Hartford road for sev eral years Hitherto he has been deadheaded or supplied with only trip passes but now trainmen along the line have made application to the passenger department for an annual It will be put in a silver case and Dewey will wear It about his neck whenever he wants to make a trip Every station agent and express messenger from New York to Spring field knows this dog Never a week passes that he does not go on a trip of inspection on the line Dewey leaves home early In the morning on an express train going toward New Haven lie rides 40 or 50 miles In the baggage car gets out whisks about among the employes at a station wagging his tall then barks furiously at the door of an express car jumps In when It Is opened and goes on a few stations farther When night comes the dog crosses the track boards n train going toward home curls up In a corner of the car and Is sure to awaken and get off at Rye station Tire llenntntlnir of liner The great Atlantic liners are as a rule repainted every trip The sides of the average firstclass liner from waterline to rail represent an area of about an acre The outworks of decks and cabins amount to almost as much more while the outside surface of the two great funnels and masts totals over half an acre Thus there Is nn area of about two and a half acres to be covered on the big liners at the end of every voyage The painting cf the funnels Is the most Important and difficult of the whole undertaking and the men carry on their work from swinging seats Made of plctcd a that is remarkable It Is a round center table and is constructed of 3430 separate pieces of wood of historical Interest In the cen ter of the table Is a mariners compass with every point In It shaded one of tho hardest parts In the making of the table being the matching of the different shades of wood Outside of the compass runs an intricate design made of j diamond sbaped and triangular pieces A TAmE of wood light and dark and arranged In such a way that there Is an actual and In looking at the table the design appears to be of raised blocks Instead of being entirely flat as i Ills The top of the table Is remarkable in this particular and in the fact that It is made from wood from many parts of the world each state and territory of this union being and the entire work being done with a jack knife The top of the table is 30 Inches in diameter and Is There are four concealed drawers under the top of the table The outer rim Is of rose l wood and mahogany On the ledge beneath the same Idea of Inlaid work is out In stars plied one above the other The maker first began to gather wood for this table In 1S76 and during all 1of the last 2S years he has been cotstant ly on the hunt for pieces of for his table After gathering the ma terial it took three months to Make the table requiring unllultid patience to TWO TREES IN ONE Natural Graft Discovered by a fmrty of Children In a Trump Through the Wood The children and their teacher were off for a tramp In the woods where each brown tree trunk showed plainly against the of snow Suddenly Richard who had gone ahead shouted to the rest I have found the queerest tree with two trunks and the whole party hurried to the spot Beside the path they found two small red oaks that after several feet of growth had united Into one tree It looks like a tree on stilts de clared Alice but how did It get two who had been studying It care fully said There were two trees and TWO THEES GRAFTED INTO ONE that knot above the spot where they have joined shows that one top tiled after the trunks grew together Both trunks are alive now said Richard who had been testing them with his pocket knife Then the teacher explained that orig- Inally one tree branched and the other leaning In that direction rested In this crotch and a small branch above this crotch held the trunk securely That Is to say one trunk grew between two small branches of the other tree As these branches Increased In size they held the bark of one trunk against tho other as firmly as if they were clamped In a vice so that one tree grafted naturally Into the other In time the top of one trunk and the small branches died leaving this odd and puzzling Nicholas Fents observed In Jnpnn The Japanese festivals are easily remembered First of first month the New Year third of third month feast of dolls for girls fifth of fifth month feast of flags for boys seventh of seventh month the day for the god and goddess of love Tonabota ninth of ninth month the escape to the moun tain the feast of chrysanthemums- The latter Is not now generally observed Trout formed by llfgaarm The beggar of Barcelona Spain combined to withdraw from circulation all the two centeslmo pieces they re ceived from charitable public Tho object was to compel people to give away the coin next and higher in value namely five centeslmo pieces Trulu Wonderful Table Entirely of Relics from Many Historical Scenes and Composed Pieces ROCKVILEConn manhascom A table IIEMAHKAULE alternating perspective represented IGslded carried historicbits background trunksAlfred growthSt 3430 I carve out each piece with a jackknife The New York Tribune reports that I the maker has pieces of wood from nu merous places and things Including tha following Charter Oak Hartford Conn Washington Elm Cambridge Mass Washingtons headquarters Val Icy Forge Deweys flagship Olympia the Peel house at Oomersal England A D 1G40 the ship Endeavor one of the first to circle the globe 17C8 Capt Cook the Merrlmac the ship Minneso ta the railroad wreck at White River Junction the great Chicago fire time Ho boken wharf fire of 1900 house In Ver non Conn In which the first yard of satinet cloth was woven In the United States 1812 the steamer Portland foundered off Highland Light Cape Cod November 27 189S Fort Crown Point N Y built by the English in 17G1 lig num vitae part of mast of the United States steamer Cumberland shot away by Merrlmac In Hampton Roads court house where John Brown was tried at Harpers Ferry the tomb of Napoleon St Helena the vessel Wasp blockade runner In 1812 house In Deer eld1In s scene of the Indian massacre In 1704 the tree under which Burgoyne surren dered In 177G Scoville house Waterbury Conn burned on February 3 1902 Murray Hill hptel New York damaged by explosion on Janu ary 27 1902 telescoped car In tunnel wreck of the New York Central January 8 1902 the shed in Putnam In which Gen Putnam hung the wolf the ship Columbia at Gay Head bought of the Indians Old Church built by the Spaniards atSt Augustine Fla Johns town flood WllllamBburgflood Nathan lisle house Coventry Conn old En- field bridge redwood tree California tree in front of Daniel Websters house Irresistible of Nelsons fleet abandoned in the harbor of Bermuda in 1820 white house burned by the English in 1814 Morro Castle tuba carriage in which President Roojevelt was riding at the time of the accident In Pittsfield Mass Benedict Arnolds flagship Gov Trum bulls chair 1798 the ship Constitu tion the Paterson N J fire Faneull hall Boston the ship Kearsarge Fort Tlconderoga Libby prison old houq Nantucket Mats 5 it A CVBK TOTt KCZEHA My baby had Eczema so bad that Its head was a solid mans of scabs and its hair all came out I tried many remedies but none flt med tc do any permanent good until I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is timed the scabs are gone and the little ones scalp is perfectly clean and healthy end its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too ranch praise to D Witte Witch Haaal Salvo Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Bszf l Salve loot oat for counterfeits DeWitts m tote cinalandthe only one contakiiag pare Witch Hazel The name E C DsWitt Co is on every box Soli by the East End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surplu We solicit your patronng JAMES BENNETT Pre S S PARKES Cashier rfcBcr Core- dSfrWWFHckettSmitLfield Ills writes Septl0tb1901 I had been suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gave me great nnnoyauca and unbearable itching I wtw using BeS nVs Snow Liniment for a sore leg and through an acci dent I rubbed acme of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave me almost instant relief I decided to con lone to use the liniment on the can cer In a aaoti limo the cancer camo out my face healed up and there is not the slightest scar left I bavo implicit faith in the merits of this preparation and it cannot be too highly recommended 25c rOc and SI 00 For sale by the East End Drug Co r VT MnMi fctlu U a sad Foretell IIrNH rbnywA sus Awful Fate MV S B8inaof Melbourne Fin write MJJ doctor told me I had Con sumption and nothing could be done forme I was given up to die The i fftr of a free trial bottle of Drivings New DLscorery for Consumption in duced mo to try it Results nero startling I am now on the road to recovery mad owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved mr life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by tba East End Co Druggists Price LOe and 9100 Trial bottles free EARLY RISERS THE rums LITTLE FILLS For quWi eBt I from Biliousness Slk He du1la Torpid Uw Jaun dice Diuonm odal troubles srU Inr from an ieacve sluggish liver DeWltV UttW Early Risers are un equallsd They ad promptly nJ new gripe They are so USmy that U U a pleasure to lake them One lt two f ct as a mild kuttve two or four Vt as a- pleuant and elective catharifc They are purely vejettWo and absolutely harmless They toeic the her T aKH nCM t mt mrwus nEo CDwtatt C Chicago UATK VOD I 1GESTIOM f If you hate Indigestion Kodol DyspepsM CllrRillcureyon It hoe cured tbouseBds It is curing people every dalery hour You owe it to yoarself to give it a trial You will continue to safer until you da try it There m BO ether combina tion of digtataats that digest andre build at the sane time Kodol does both Kodd stare trtngthens ash rebuilds SeW fcf the East End Drug Ckv ITHECITIZEN I MHMIMHH ttlI iit HomeItJENNIE LESTER HILL Editor HHMHH iiIiif14tL- YE tiIi HOMINY There is no better anti cheaper dish than lye hominy As some of THE CIT IZEN readers may not have thought of preparing it this winter I will give my recipe- I have a half gallon of good sound white corn shelled This I put in the dinner kettle then add one quart of clean ashes burnt from good sound wood I pour on enough boiling wat er to entirely cover the corn and ashes and keep the kettle boiling for one and a half hours When the whole mass begins to thicken take from the fire and put in a steamer or colander Pour in plenty of cold water and stir with a spoon until the ashes all run out then set the colander in a dishpan and pour in warm water enough to cover the corn Rub the corn well with the hands until all the husks slip off This will not take long if the lye was good and strong Wash in several waters until the water runs off clear Clean the kettle and put the corn back cover with boiling water and boil until tender Put in a handful of salt keep well Htirred up from the bottom and keep plenty of water on it or it will burn This is a dish my mother taught me We used to make eight or ten gallons at once in cold weather and we had enough to last a week but we children all had a fine appetite for lye hominy We would fry it in drippings from fried meat for breakfast dinner and supper It was relished by every member of tho lamily Just try this some of you good old time cooks and see what a fine dish you can have for cold days 11 S C CARTEHSVIUE Ky H IrI H+H I I111 H+H IIIIH 1 The School I JOHN WIRT DINSMORE Editor ++++ iiiii THE SPRING TERM The new law requiring every dis trict to have six months of school is a forward step It is an encouragement to teachers It will tend to keep good ones in the ranks and in cite others to enter County superin tendents can raise their standards a little and have better material from which to draw It behooves every teacher to put himself or herself in line with this forward movement Teachers with this extra months work and pay can better afford to give themselves more schoolingMake UD your mind now The time to begin is with the first oppor tunity No teacher in Kentucky can finda better opportunity than is afforded by Berea College The spring term will open March 16 1904 Excellent courses are offered to suit all comers If you wish to pre pare for the county examination and are looking forward to that trying ordeal for the first time in your life you cannot do better than to come to Berea and enter one of the highest grammar grades and receive a thor ough drill in the common school branchesIf have taught under a third or second class certificate and are striving for a first you will find large classes of students with the same end in view They and the teachers will hath help you in every possible way If you have a first grade certificate and desire to learn more about your chosen profession to become more scholarly and cultured enter the second or third year Normal There are no more delightful pupils to teach than those who are studying for the 6alftor improvement and not for ex animation Some of the professional branches are Theory of Teaching School Man agement Practice Teaching Psychol ogy School Administration and DrawingAnd if you are ambitious to hold a State certificte or a State Diploma there are courses and classes to prepare you for examina tionIn addition to the above you have all the advantages of being connect ed with a college hearing excellent lectures witnessing athletic contests etc Expenses are low For particulars write to SeretaryGamble or to the Dean of the Normal Department lItIII I IH 1111 MIH M iHiHM I+HlHH Berea and Vicinity tGATHERED4IItItIiDr seriously ill with pnou moniaSupt S L Clark of the College brickyard is sick this week with gripM B Ramsay is suffering from a severe attack of the grip and is con tined to his home on Depot street The Berea public school will open Monday March 7th at 830 a It is urgent that pupils bo present the first day Isaac Guinn has sold his tarm near Wallaceton to his brother William and is moving this week with his family to Mahomet Ill Miss Sallie Meeks has returned to her home at Silver Creek after a pleasant months visit to her cousin Miss Anna Jones near Berea Miss Ethel Putnam is home from Williamsburg and will remain here some weeks before going East to con tinue her studies in voice culture twoIThursday of last week and will make their home in Berea for the present Mr Steuben Godbey of the law school of Central University Danville brother of Mrs C D Lewis was the guest over Sunday of Tutor and Mrs LewisT Tutt Jr taking advantage of a leave of absence from his work with the Swanday Lumber Co is spending the week with his family hereMrs Whyland and little son Walter of Barren Oak Pulaski coun ty are making an extended visit with Tutor and Mrs C D Lewis Mrs Whylaud is a sister of Tutor Lewis The Berea Produce Co closed a deal this week whereby their business on Depot street passed into the hands of C F Gott Co who willcontinue the business at the same stand Their ad appears in this weeks issue Rev A E Thomson completed his work Sunday in connection with the Y M C A convention at Waterloo Iowa and went Monday to Garner Iowa for similar work He reports a pleasant trip and delightful meetings Representative 0 F Nolen of Harlan county was here yesterday visiting his daughter who is hero in school He expresses the opinion that there is room to hope for the defeat of the Day Bill in the Senate When the bill will come up is un certainMrs W C Gamble received a telegram Monday announcing the sad news of the death of her father Rev I T Whtttamore at Pasadena California His death wan duo to being struck by an electric car while riding a bicycle He was 88 years of age but wonderfully robust and well preservedDr Mays lecture Saturday night on A tramp through Switzer land was one of the best ever given in the Lyceum course here His descriptive powers are truly wonder ful and his graphic account of his climb to the topmost pinnacle of the Matterhorn was indellibly wtitten on the mind of every one present Sam Bales son of Dr Bales Rich mond was shot last night about eight oclock in front of the Roberts House there It is said that Bales was at tempting to attract the attention of a lady member of a show troupe when a man of the troupe came out and an altercation followed during which Bales drew his revolver In the scuffle which followed i is claimed that the revolver was discharged twice both balls taking effect in Bales body His recovery is reported as doubtful DEATH OF MISS MINCKLEY IIi8S Alice L Minckley began her Berea College in December 1902 as teacher of the B Grammar grade In the following term she was teacher in charge at Gilbert Cottage andresumed the same work when the house was reopened at the beginning of the present term For the fall of 1903 she taught the A Grammar Senior Division and for the present term the B Intermediate school Her health began to fail last term and when she was taken with grippe on February 2 her system was already weakened Neuritis followedand after most intense suffering paralysis of the nerve centers caused death The end came at G oclock in the morning of Monday February 22 Miss Miuckley was n woman of gentle and modest nature sensitive in her feelings fine in her tastes and moralsusceptibilities Fullof prac tical interest in the welfare of the young people under her charge she was unselfish and unsparing in her labors for them With her fellow workers she was generous with words of pratae and sparing of words of blame and was always willing to work where she was most needed She was successful in every position which she had held being always faithful in every partic ular and it had been hoped that Berea College might have the benefit of her ripe judgment andexperience for many years In a most quiet and gentle way she had touched many lives and made them bettor and nobler and had rendered them an inestimable service The funeral services occurred from the Parish House at 4 oclock Monday afternoon and was Attended in a body by the faculty Miss Alinckleys school and the local Y W C A The love felt for Miss Minckley was shown by the evident sadness over the whole audience at losing her Miss Robinson read a paper descrip tive of Miss Minckloys work in the College and of her beautiful character Dr Hubbell followed with words of comfort and of exhortation not to allow Miss Minckloyo intluencn for good to pass out of the lives she had touched The remains in charge of a brother Mr Albert Miuckloy were taken to their home at Hydeville Pa for burial Mr Miuckley came Sunday night in response to a tele gram but his sister was not conscious when ho reached her bedside SHHHHHHHSHHIIH I College Items j HERE AND THE- REHIi11I1MHIIIHIIH1IIt i Tickets for the annual intereociety debate Friday night at the Taber nacle are selling rapidly and a largo and enthusiastic crowd is assured The delegates from here to the Y MC A convention at Bowling Green returned Tuesday and report a fine trip Three of them were honored with appointments to active work in the convention Miss Mabel Pye traveling secretary of the Young Womens Christian Assn for Kentucky and Tennessee spending a fewdavs in Berea She addressed the local Y WC A at their room on Tuesday night The lecture last night on temperance and prohibition by Hon Volney B Cushing of Maine was conscien tious logical and convincing The number signing the total abstinence pledge reached the large total of 323 persons Miss Anna C Johnson entertained in honor of friends last Tuesday evening from 2 to ft p m East Parlor Ladies Hall Music games and light refreshments were features of the occasion An enjoyable time is Frost returned Tuesday night from filling an appointment to speak in the Auditorium Chicago on the occasion cf the commemorating of Washingtons Birthday Ho speaks of the trip as one of the pleasantest he has had the pleasure of making The Washingtons Birthday social of the Normal Department was held in Phi Delta Hall which was decorated with flags Upon entering the door each member was given a hatchet upon which was written the Normal yell and then presented to George and Martha Washington who were seated upon the rostrum A short programme consisting of stories of Washington and dulcimer music closed this very enjoyable entertainment I Hon John Burke superintendent of schools at Newport Ky gave the address here Monday morning on the occasion of the observance of Washingtons Birthday His subject was Abraham Lincoln and he made it so interesting that the hour and a half which he spoke seemed much shorter The various drives and socials which had been planned for the afternoon were postponed until Tuesday afternoon on account of the death of Miss Miuckley IACard of Thanks the people of Bares for their kindness toward us through our sad trouble which happened Feb U It seemed that every body was willing to lend ii helping hand Both hose connected with the College and the citizens Even the school boys ant girls who were here on expense came to our aid by the dozens Wo feel under ninny obligations to every body for their kindness Join Bonos AND FAMILY Aimtlirr Cue or Illidiimntlini Cared hJ ClmmlMrlitlir 1nln llnliu The ethcacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being demonstrated daily Parker Triplott of Grisby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism in the back when everything else failed and he would not be without it For sale by S E Welch JrIBring your watch clock and jewelry repair work to W B Robe Co Shop over pont otlice Prices low All work guaranteed We have tho best outfit in this end or Madison county A Rod Hot Stovo Burns when you touch it but if you have Puracamph First Aid to the In jured 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 2rc bottle SAW MILLFor Sale Russell manufacture heavy double saw rig with 1S horse compound trac tion engine Out five years everything in running order Also a good team and road wagon a bargain if sold by March 1st For further information call on or addressP S Dearborn BCREA KT THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati Feb 23lournInt1G0520 fancy 4600485 family H 41G extra 13356365 low grade 12900320 spring patent 505640 fancy 440470 family 4160430 Northwestern rye 3600380 Wheat No2 red quotable at 109110 on track Cora No 3 mixed quotablo at 46o on track Sales No 3 white Sat urday evening to arrive 46y47c white oar track 49c rejected mixed track 43c mixed car track GOo rejected white track 4344o yellow car track C2c Oats Salcx No 2 mixed track 43cChicago Feb 23WheatMay 107O10Syte July now 95ff9fic old 9G H 97c Corn May G7y4Q C7sc July 40G5c OaU May 4570460 July 42ic Live Stock Cincinnati Feb 23 Cattle Heavy steers choice to extra 4000490 fair to good 40440 butcher steers extra 10450 good to choice 40440 heifers extra 4100420 good to choice 3750410 cows extra 375 04 good to cholco 30365 Calves Fair to good light 62507 extra 725 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 5850590 mixed pack ers 5500580 light shippers U90 0540 pigs 4350485 SheepEx tra 4500460 good to choice 40 440 LambsExtra 6650675 good to choice 6250660 Aro You Rostloss 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 2 c floe and 100 bottle at the East End Drug Cos- WOOD FOR BEREA COLLEGE Contracts for the supply of wood for Berea College for the coming year are now being assigned by the treasurer 171 per cord will be paid for sound body wood delivered at the College buildings Persons 800Ibefore it is all assigned Nearly Forfeits Ills Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For years it defied all doctors and all IIfour But Bucklons Arnica Salve no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Erup tions and Piles 25c East End Drug Co We pay tho following cash prices today for country product Turkeys per pound lt3 Hens unit yomiK chickens peril SAc Old Koostcrs per lit lo loose per dozen x10 to 700 Ducks per pound 9o- IlldoH per pound tJ- oleutlientpor pound I0c to ICo C F GOTT CO HnrrcMon to llcrc InMucc Company Dopot Street Boron Ky 1r1 r n Ln 00000000000000000000000000o u i Prices Right Groceries Fresh i 0 0- o 0 o 0 We carry a full o line of groceries o We never over o stock so always o 0 have a fresh line o Wei Deliver Any Time During the i PHONE Mlts Sr IhIlEA 5 0 0 THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN WANTED price Inquire or Tnmnurar Osborne FOR SALE FIRSTCLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cis terns at very low price Berea College Brickyard FOUNTAIN IENtwentycenUMch and Pens aro gold with postpaidNHOMES PUNcoverletn iinou linen etc I B Ambron Conking Ky Will WANTS BIO UKUtST The College Farm Department Irof Mason ran spate quantity of the Buckeye Fertilizer which made such tall good corn anti other crops tho past season For price etc apply soon FOR RENT THREE ROOMS up ntHlmM K Pasco Auo PURIFIES TilE BLOOD Fruits and etables always o on hand See our fine line u of andiesu2 o Day o 0 o o u Lt PRESTONSo u o 0 oooooooooooooooooooooooo u Kocxlliatltill on a VegI u KOO rororotrororororororotoO Ip 0o0va x0 0 x0 0 o This bank in prepare to o make a largo number of x 0real estate loans Any i from f100 to fl000o ooo county interest rate k low o o f- o f 0o x 0 0 THE BEREA o A BANKING COMPANY or BEREA KENTUCKY g k o- Oil0il0A0i10i10A0i10il0AOil0A01s0A DR FENNERS I Kidney Backache All Deue of the kidoeya bladder sod urinary organs Alto heart disease rheumatism backache grarel dropsy female I Dont become discouraged There li a Ho has writ a lifetime curlnz Just such cue I ka l suffered for a long time and for threo out great pain because of pain In my back failed to give me any relief whatever Aample Cure greatly relieved me I bought and used two though my occupation as a dyer require me to becomes damp or very wet I hvw suffered no alum Yours truly FRED acid by Drulflllu SAC and II ASk torUr Write or CureWellselected HARBER and Main Street for prices on Oats Ii and Grasses other Jr t g tj j J J 13t stock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry 1ChlAist n5tattIin not by accidental majorities oar to be subject to the animosities of partisan strife Each is independent in its sphere The church has all the liberty it needs and all the protection it requires The has never yet encroached upon the rights of the church and will not so long as the people arc Iinlelligent and vigilant The trend of the times is to keep the distinction clear and to hold each to its proper duties Hut while the separation is complete there is no antagonism between the two They are helpers of eachother in all legitimate works and ways The public schools ordained and controlled by the state arc for the good of the whole people and therefore for the good of the churchfor the good of all the churches of all nationalities and allreligions There is nothing in the land more truly catholic than our public schools I We would not have them less catholic and therefore they must not couldIhe more religious than they arc without detriment to their efficiency or any sectarian tendency They could teach the foundation principles of religion with regard to which all agree whether Jews or Gentiles Pro tcstants or Romanists and certainly they could inculcate the morality of Christianity with its universal standards without injury to the rights of infidel or pagan This nation is not infidel nor pagan Romanist nor Protestant but it is Christian in its constitution profession institutions and laws In numerous ways it recognizes Christianity as the religion of the people I and interweaves the sentiments of the Gospel into the fabric of its legis lation and its judicial processes While it does not and cannot inculcate Christianity in the public schools in its positive form as a positive insti tution it can and should recognize it as the dominant faith of the people and of the nation with proper respect for whatever is sacred to parents and to the public at large for if it be not the duty of the state to educate the children into Christianity much less is it the right or duty of the state through her schools to educate them out of Christianity or into infiJrlily When once that is attempted their doom is scaled as the American people will have no infidel or godless institutions on the list of thrir public lye lefICCIICCS Lifes Investment By REV JENKIN LLOYD JONES Pastor ol All Souls Church Chicago BUMIUSS capital investments Those reIthe three cointiiandiiiK words of our day place If they Ire not written in letters of gold in every countingroom they arc stamped in letters of in every andevery womans workshop They arc words that can not be dismissed or ignored So today let us accept them and interpret them if possible in terms not only of the life that now is but of the lif eternalThe is a great market place which every one of us is carried by the chariot of birth with more or less capital to invest This investment is subjected to the same irre vocable laws of exchange as govern allother investments among which we find as fundamental these four 1 There is no credit at this market universe docs a cash 1 luMruss with all her patrons l 2 The universe deals honestly with her patrons Here we get just what we bargain for nothing more nothing less 3 Here as elsewhere capital well invested grows 4 Uninvested capital depreciates and sooner or later slips through I the fingers of the holder Upon adequate appreciation and obedience to these laws dependI our moral and religious prosperity just as much as docs our or commercial prosperity The fourth law is an alarming one Uninvested capital depreciates and sooner or later slips through the fingers Ohm friends this would be awful were it not so sninblimcl It is sad to see a limb paralyzed by disuse or misuse Alas rould we sec the shriveled siucws of the brain the atrophied organs of the heart the withered faculties of the soul I Could we know the lives once sensitive to generous things have become ossified for want of exercise the minds that arc now capped in dark casements that once occupied apartments full of windows open ing to the sky we would stand appalled at the awful evidences that this righteous law of God is being unflinchingly executed all around us He will not allow his subjects to retain unused talents the Preacher and PoliticsB- y RT REV FREDERICK BURGESS D D Bishop of Long Island I fTl state mans iron mans into The four that limIItsSeem to say We will go into the world and attend to businessI and politics Nevertheless the topics of the pulpit taken from the things which arc near the peoples hearts I wouldnot for a moment encourage sensationalism or political electioneering in the pulpit but I would rather have an occasional lapse into bad taste injudiciousness than to have the preacher fail to touch the lives of men In the problems of socialism of capital and labor of statecraft In every form there is beneath all the externals a deep principle of truth and it is for the preacher to dive down beneath the surging and perhaps turgid waters and bring up the pearl of great price Rcmem ber that there arc certain things which the Christian preacher willnot do He will never preach war His voice will be always for peace and when the passions of anger and greed pass over a nation the true pulpit I will belong to the Prince of Peace War may have to come and as a citi zen he may approve but as preacher of Jesus Christ he must proclaim only the Christmas tidings Nor will he enter into the arena of party politics It is not his busincft to decide whether Tammany or fusion whether democrat of republican conquer in a given election No h3 campaign lasts all the year and he must struggle to bring oiu those prin ciples of honesty and charity of purity and family integrity and of politi cal courage which make the good citizen whether he be republican The life and strength of a nation consist not in its politiesI but in those eternal truths which lie beneath polities 1 DURABLE WIRE FENCE Illit of llullillnur Tlint Him Ilrrn Tried fur Yrurx pull Altvnyn liven liixid Nutlufnillon Take a lino with rlns on each end have line Just BO long that from center Ui center of rliiRs Is one rod Stake oft this Is all right for a horse nnd cattle fence for sheep and hogs set the posts bait a rod upart By having tho posts a rod or half rod apart It makes It nice bout calculating the amount of land In field The end potts should be hedge or mul berry with rents or largo knot or piece iplkcd on lower end of post so that when set And the dirt well tamped In our feet deep It will bo percfectly solid Where the fence crosses a low place IIII OUTUNK OF TilE FENCE that they may not pull up Have the end posts well braced with a strong red elm pole and a No 12 wire like this The brace pole should be off the ground a few Inches at the second post that It may not rot oil and wealen the fence With an Iron rod twist the brace wires togeth er above and below the brace Should the fence be 40 rods or more long put braces In the middle of fence like Fig i To unwind the spool of barbed wire or roll of woven wire take an Iron shaft an old buggy axle will donnd run It through the spool and let axle rest on wagon bed just In front of the hind standards of wagon Hun a small wire around each standard and tho buggy axle and that will keep spool of wire from bouncing about too much Take the end gate out of wagon and run out a little of the wire wire should be placed on axle to that It will unwind from under side and fatten securely to one of your end posts Now drive along your lice of posts and the wire will un SlMIIi METHOD OP BRACING wind When you reach the farther erd get ont wheel I prefer a hind wheel In line with where you want to stretch the wire brace and chunk your wheels all but the one you Intend to stretch the wIre with Tako a strong chain with u ring on one end anti a hook on the other is stay chain will do rub the chain round wagon spoke and through the ring and hook In the bolt hole of a sickle guard of binder or mower hook the guard which fits Jiyt right over the barbed wire and no you are ready to stretch the wire Turn the wagon wheel by hand and as you turn the chain winds up on the hub of the wheel When you have stretched your wire 35 tight as you want It brace your wheel well and then staple wire to posts If you want to stretch woven wire after having unwound It staple IfcurelIe strong stick as long ss the woven wire Is high leave the guard oft and fatten chain to middle of suck and then strctcli as jou would barbed wire I have tried tnlH plan of building fence for n tunjiitr of cara and It has given good satisfac tion Frank G lIughos In Prairie Farmer rv InfiUii Illlu Drutriijer If the Inventors keep on turnnjj out machinery to do the farmers worn for him the problem of hired help will be solved for the large farmer at least as ho can afford to buy tile machinery and pay tho good wages necessary to command the men to run It The latest idea U the machine for destroying palate buss In a wholesale way going over acres of ground In a day and adapted for use on single or double rows of plants It also embodies fea tures of adjustment which accommo date it to variations In height of the plants by simply gripping levers pivot ed beneath tho handles by which the machine Is guided The moment of these lovers raises or lowers the blade supporters and as the blades rotate rapidly they strike the plants and Knock the bugs Into the troughs on either side of the machine Milwau Let Sentinel Jluncr In Home llrrnllnu Horse breeding when judiciously car cried on has always been and U likely to be a reasonably profitable business for the American farmer The great danger In tho business is that at the present tits e owing to the fact that horses are scarce tho horse of no par ticular breed or class Is commanding r tale price and many farmers are led to regard a horse of this kind as a profits blo animal to produce Such hones should not be bred beef ite even when the realest care and precaution possi bio are taken in breeding fcr crllnlte types there will always be a large num her of the socalled misfits which are the first class of horses to be affected by overproduction or any other thing that Is likely to cause a depression in the market Rural World The narrowminded and most Ignor ant are generally the most uoiltlv WHERE TO STORE HONEY The lilrnl Place 1 One Where It is Dry All the Time and Where It ever Ireee There seems to bo a good deal of misinformation regar LIng the proper place to keep honey after It has been taken from tho hives Deekeepers generally know how to preserve It In order to maintain Its fine quality but a great many people who buy it for home use and even grocerymen who handle It In considerable quantities fall to keep It at its best Some peo plo think because a cellar is recom mended fOr wintering bees it must be an Ideal place to keep honey I have found others supposing a cool place to be desirable keeping It in an Ice box says a writer in Northwestern Ag riculturist Neither of theso is suita ble unless ono has a furnace in the cellar nnd therefore U is both warm and dry an icebox never Honey absorbs moisture and If kept long In a cool damp place it wlli be come thin and watery and lose Its orig inal flavor It may not spoil it to frcez If the air surrounding Is perfectly dry but damp cold Is injurious It the honey gathers dampness and then freezes tho combs will crack and the honey run down the outside and it never looks or tastes quite so nice as It did before An Ideal place to keep honey Is where it is dry all the time and never freezes The kitchen a warm room over the kitchen or the attic Is the best place I know of without preparing a special place warmed artificially Perhaps It Is not necessary to hint that mice must bo excluded Extracted honey too needs to be kept In a warm dry place unless It Is In sealed cans completely excluding the air One reason why more honey Is not used Is because so few persons know how to keep It In all its original excellence POULTRY YARD POINTERS Gather up tho charcoal from that old brush pile and throw It Into tho poultry yard or Into tho scratching shedIA padlock costs little and may help to save much Poultry meat is worth money now Lock the doors or unchain tho dog Happy Is the poultry keeper who has dry earth sifted coal ashes and litter with which to keep his hennery sweet and dry for the next six weeks A smooth millstone grinds no grist and smooth gravel will not grind grain in the gizzard of a fowl Furnish your birds gritty grit and plenty of It Either eggs are being used more largely or tho American hen Is not doing her duty At any rate eggs are wanted and they bring spot cash Contagion frequently comes through drinking vessels Clean out and scald them often and do not allow diseased birds to drink with the rest of the flock Better have tho whole side of the house open than a crack or a knothole in the wall through which the wind cat blow on the head of a fowl on a IlerchIserving brooder chicks Use ears and eyes their motions and their cries aro significant of pain or pleasure The person who hag not the gumption to learn their language cannot succeed no matter how much he may read on tho subjectFarm Journal SCRATCHING SHED HOUSE Mtllr StrutCure In Which Poultry lies n Wnrni Dry SPIt ill the Yenr A run ml- A novel plan of a poultry house is hero shown This is well stilted for exposed locations The roosting room Its tightly closed and has one door and BCUATCIIINO SHED HOUSE a large window in the southern expo bure The scratching shed Is built on ns an oil and tho front Inclosed with wlro netting This makes a warm dry spot for the poultry at all times Orange Judd Farmer lib fnlqnr Diet Henry B Lobb a jeweler of Fond flu Lac for several months has been dieting hlmrclf on an original plan Ills dally ration Is ono gallon of milk and as much raw oats or corn as he seems to need In order to aid diges tion he puts the corn or oats through a coffee grinder and sometimes he steeps tho ration In water He drinks nil the water ho wants and cats but two meals per day It was for the benefit of his heart that Mr Lobb be gan this strange let Stomach trou ble from which hie used to surfer has disappeared and ho has gained over 0 pounds In wclpVt Mrs Lobb has tai en her husbands bllloffare and has been benefited greatly too A Lonilliiient for Strlne Theodore Louis of Wisconsin recom mends the following for swine confined and heavily ted Take six bushels of corncob charcoal or three bushels of common charcoal eight pounds of salt two quarts ol alrslakcd lime one bushel of wood ashes break tho charcoal well down with shovel or other implement and thoroughly mIx Then take ont and a quarter pounds of copperas and dissolve In hot water and with an or dinary watering pot sprinkle over the whole mass and then again mix thor I oughly Put this mixture into the self feeding boxes and place where hogs of all ages can eat of their ontects atI pleasureIt prudent farmer who is not II prodigal after a rich hlrest Berea College i 1856 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS foryouagmeeantiTrade School Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertilieetAunUouijr Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lif ColiRo Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate tJJroll MusleChornl fro Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Ve are here to linlp nil who will help themselves toward a Christian edu eatiou Our instruction Ia free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to rnnet Mipeunen of the school apart from instruction nnd must also pay for board in mlvsnw Kxpcnses for term 12 Wteki may be hroiiKit within lp4OO about JIG to be paid in advance The School in undented by DaptiHU Christians Disciples CoagreRatioa aliats ilotbodiiU Presbyterians and good people of all denominations to IVOt UTI01 ill FBIOWLt Aorta U4rm N StCKTAIT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kr LJTho International Bible SeriesTMI LARGEST LINE Or SCLFPROttOUNCINO DIQLC8 IN THE WORL TNCV AaS ncNoflrnc von fMtin CLCAR PRJlfTSCHOLARLY HELPS SUPCRIORBINDING DO YOU NEED A BIBLE Then seat for this Preach Morcc- eCiTlntty circnlt Konnd Corners ass Voter GuM Xtcc SILK SEWED Urn Typt 1 Klnlon- lCCLFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS DIDLCS co4 It1100tIllaitnttloni Kr la color sad the most COKFUETZ E LrS TO THZ STUDr OF TUX BIEU Wltll tile W rdiS oken b ted Letter Testament DLUIty Prlllftt lttRea rfSt1IfPrice only S5 cts DDRESS THE CITIZEN x KENTUCKY I- Roller Mills I 01011 IoXIIoiItI Manufacturers Roller Flour I Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Floor will be hard to beat OF MADISON is Excellent Flour IPotts iWhllca jersonI NECESSARY EXPENDITURES j FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SClluOL KXIEXSEsdu lint d7 oi term College Acad3 Ap Sdce Model ILahorm Kormul Scbooli A Uram tucltIPrtt Fee 10 110 4 61 130- 1I0Itlal Fee 25 23 IS 2S B ok pApe- rstlbtate4 2U 225 123 2- 3retalstool Bxpeaiei St0 103 600 400 Fur iilrno ftrnoeriphjr and other extra eel 8pt1 l Ezieuea below LIVING EXPEHSBSBoart die U tflTtnee by Boath Room tent by term H rrt room fuel end light 121 for fall see ipriiig ill 7J a week f74or winter term WCO- wfI dual kl In this Tlll ge allowed In approT 4 plarc nrleiln price according to accommc d tlniit turnbbt9I- Addli these lUIng expense to school ex penA m we tied To te raid the Ont day Including the ttdepotl In Collriilnle Department 1209 Academy and tMtui Normal f1920 Applied Science Normal mil A mumarII72l Utdel Schools 11520 In ttlnlrr 1181 more oreach Ko student can be rrcelred who falls to make this advance par iii nt- Totil Ordinary Bzrente for II peeks artieen to boo In TolleKlate Department 130 Academy sad lath Normal b 29 Applied Science Normahand AUimnmarKT Model Schools tS U winter Ih e dollan more lor each Students paying board and room rent In full for n term at the beginning receive a discount of lfty cent ttuUlerUs duly eznited before the end of a term trceiTe back an tqultable portion ol the money tnrjr have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Plano Voctl or Special Theory 21 lessonsI I hour class of three 17 00- OrmM Violin eta 4leaxselmofthree 600 StfnujMpliy or Typewriting per term S00 ties wnr In lUrruony Ii c of Plano or 1 hr a day 160 JOkrntChemical Laboratory to amlbreak IM byaicsl slid sifcroecoplcal Lboratortss r term 11- 0UI1rIllln drawing term 5- 0ItzsmluatronexttpIOn appointed days ewlU 4Iploa iOO da The Citizen PrIce Only 7 Founded A 5115 t fine Etble- Paratahed Wltfc FlttstTSonb ladur for JO cit- Ad4ltloaal DEREA Madison County Fancy Crushed Roller PRIDE another r EXPERIENCE 0 VAS I IOtlaNr rrvCoevRIoHTs AO asPLfntt lId ntlU on IcUou WrctMr uttnrr serunng punuPatents tan t rueS for A Co noel W riaJ aottet without r In the Scientific flmcricatu A handsomely ntntratd wMklr Imes rut million of nr mnUB loarntl Terni5r MM 115 N iiJ3LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Ta11III Efiet May 24 UOi Train 4 Dally LeaveBerea H JO A m Arrive Richmond 3 fit H m Arrive 1ariH ft 05 IDArrive Cincinnati 7 HO am Ooloe North Train ft Dallp Leave Brea1l Sit p tn Arrive Richmond IrJTi p ru Arrive PArillI IK p m Arrive Cincinnati H 0 p in- Going Mnath Trnln I Olll r avellcrllI lipwArrive Livmguton205 p tn Outer Honlkt Train A ally Leaven Heren 1124 p m Arrive LiinKtoallJO H m Tralnn No 1 and No 5 make cote nection at Ltvioirii nn for Inllico and the South with No V1nll Nn 21 W HI ROWER Ticket Agent from now until January 1905 with picture and special numbers pay- Pottage 1 II 0THECITIZEN III j Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumption Eat plenty of pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 and 100 years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostScotts Emulsion is the mod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this way which ioften the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is something about the combination- of cod liver oil tad hypophos phitcs ii Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request He sure tat tlm picture In tie ft a Ulicl Ioft the wrapper of rur bottle ol Fmu tinur- SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y tor and fI all lni riM 100 In Cash You need it every day You also need Paracamph if you suffer from RheumatismNeuralgia Soro Feet or Sore Muscles Paracamph opens the pores induces sweating and by pane trating to the seat of the ailment draws out all Fever Soreness and In llammation Try a bottle today Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr Druggist EDITORS COLUMN Bargains The following bargains are for either old or new subscribers to Trr CITIZEN If your subscription is paid up you will be given credit for one year from its present expiration date whatever it is Bargain No Ont Price Citizen 0110 American Farmer See ad on page 3 5C Toledo Blade 100 2rl Our Bargain Price 25 Bargain No Two Citizen 101 American Farmer BC Union Gospel News 60 Driven Back to Eden 125 325 Our Bargain Price 160 Bargain No Three Cincinnati Post Daily except Sunday Farmer S30C American Monthly EC Citizen Weekly 100 sTEc Our Bargain Price 2 GO This is a presidential year and you willwant a good daily newspaper one that is nonpartisan and gives both widen of the political situation The Cincinnati Post answers that uptodatedailyto need comment It wears of no political party it is the news headquarters for the ScrippsMcRae Presfc Association which sells news to hundreds of dailies throughout the country itis published every day except Sunday and contains from ten to prigIhalfprlceSend Address James M Racer Berea Ky QUT OUT TILL IN ASO MAIL TODAY COUPON I enclose S for Bargain No Name Poetof ice r State r i eJ 11 tf HIJ HEEDLESS ACTION Continued from pate I call themselves statesmen No other equality is offered guaranteed them at Berea The white student that associates with him does so at his own sweet will and there is more equality of races evidenced in many Central Kentucky towns than one notes at Berea Brooklyn Eagle Dam Exempt Berea or kill the 1111 U tine title of tin extemlril eilllnrUI from which we quote The Legislature of Kentucky has before it a bill to forbid the oduca tion of the whites and negroes in the same school StatinstituIlast ten yearsuuder the presidency of William G Frost Berea has reached out after the children of Kentucky mountaineers and its growth has come almost wholly from its increas ing hold upon the mountain country while the proportion if not tho actual number of negro students has greatly decreased Dr Frost more than any other American has made known the pitiable isolation of theso 8000000 mountaineers of the Appalachian rev gion HI has brought before the country their Americanism their hon esty andlove of libertvand has inter ested the whole country in the possi bility of educating them an a great reservoir of citizenship of Anglo Saxon stock and in some sort R counter weight to our immigration from Southern and Eastern Europe That is the work which Berea is do ing and it is tho work which must stop if the pending bill is passedand is sustained by the courts To make that point clear a little his tory is needed Berea was founded before the war as an antislavery church and school Its founders and teachers were driven out with violence during the war Afterward they crept back reopened the school and began to teach negroes Berea is founded upon the broadest statenientofequal ity its endowments have been receiv ed upon such conditions and it cannot depart from that policy at the behest of the Legislature even if it would The changes in its policy have come about through the operation of natural forces Nero schools have multiplied in the South autl the standards at Berea are higher than in most of these so that fewer negroes have rome to it Then it stands on the edge of the forty mountain counties of Kentucky It has turned its energies and its increasing income in that three tion with such effect that out ol Iii students at present 803 are whites It might have a student body twice as large if it had the buildings and it is receiving gifts andmaking plans for a great extension of its work The problbm of the State of Ken lucky In not a negro problem but a white problem Berea in doing a work which nobody else in Kentucky has been able to do It has been getting a hold upon the sympathy of the country whichwill enable it to extend that work greatly during the next ten years Yet Kentucky is seriously asked to close such a work as that because it does not like the reception of negroes at the school The Eagle will not argue negro equality A great many Northern people who help Berea do not believe on principle in mixedrace schools The Eagle entirely agrees with those who hold that view but recognizes the exceptional conditions at Berea Those who visit Berea are compelled to admit on the evidence of their own eyesthat the thing works well there There have been no scandals antino mixed marriages as the result of the mixededucation The very most which the supporters of the bill can say about Berea ia that it has established bi race hhooling in a little mountain village far removed from the centers of population and where the negroes are in a small minority That proposition offends the wholesome instincts of the Ken tlfrktRaiu But is the feeling deep enough to stop a work which is bear ing such valuable fruit for tho whites of Kentucky We do not believe that it is and we do not believe that the people of Kentucky would say that it is if the matter was fully and fairly laid before them Legislatures yield to passion sometimes they make mistakes sometimes and without wishing to assume to legislate for that State from New York we feel that a mistake has been made in this case The closing of Berea College would withdraw from the mountain whites of Kentucky their chief link with civilization It would make the pro blem of government for that region one of increasing difficulty It would i bo HU irreparable injury to the moun tain whites nnd to tho people of western end of the State also theI ot that real and tangible the chromo shadow of negro cqualit which is cast from the isolation of Berea is a small matter in itself stud oue that signally lacks spinsitudo or substantiality an Lynian Atwater of Princeton and of blessed memory used to say Bpreo should be except ed or the bill should bo killed Columbus vOt Dispatch Ind The fact that the bill was introduced by the member from Breathitt County seems to the Columbus Dispatch to make the matter worse Turning his attention from the outrageous condi tions that have prevailed in his county and can not yet have been entirely remedied he makes assault upon one of the worthiest because one of the most uplifting influences in the State That would be bad enough in itself but the situation is made worse by the fact that the proposition appeals to I present prejudice which not many of the legislators it is feared will bo able to withstand They would not ruthlessly destroy Berea but they cannot defy the sentiment against mixed schools They regret that the ques lion has been raised but now that it has been raised they must vote the sentiments of their constituents whatever happens Pittsburg PJ IDispatch Ind The Pittsburg Dispatch could Hud the arguments advanced in favor of the Kentucky bill amusing if their results were not so tragic The State Superintendent education produced the familiar bogy that if the Beret idea were carried to its logical con clusion there would be social equality of the races in Kentucky An en lightened clergyman declared that if he were a member of the committee he would not permit President Frost to come before it no more than he would permit President Roosevelt to eat with his family The author of the bill put it on the basis that it was to prevent the contamination of the white children of Kentucky Upon the foundation of these advanced principles it was practically enacted itsItuition is that it has stood for freedom andenlightenment Freedom and enlightenment are deadly enemies of Southern race prejudice Western Christian Advocate Religious i Much sympathy will be felt for Berea College Ky in the crisis through which it is passing Neither the president nor the faculty seek for mixed education in the public schools nor do they condemn any other schools whose conduct is different They advocate no theories of inter marriage between the races But Berea rests upon a Christian endow mentwbolly benevolent and tin sectarian which provides that the privileges of the school shall be open to all young people of good moral character It has had fortyeight years of honorable history The name of John G Fee is woven into its record Springfield MassRepubllcan Ind It is useless probably to argue with Kentuckians on the question of social equality But it would be strange if they should take steps to destroy an institution which does its chief work among their own race the poor isolated whites of the Kentucky mountains The statistics of attendance reveal sufficiently the fact that Berea is a great light of civilization for the whites themselves in those Appalachian counties of the commonwealth which modern life has penetrated the least It is no idle boast Berea can make that crime has been greatly decreased within the circle of its in fluence The institution should by all means be continued in its present location and the Kentucky Legisla ture would lay claim to thus appro bation of the world by definitely deciding to tolerate the race coeducational feature of an institution so peculiarly placed But if the dread of social equality is to be dominant and the school is to be denied its charter rights then the State of Kentucky should at least make good the- lfinanciallosll to the college by gener insure its permanence imperatively needed by the whites of the most backward section of the commonwealth- The N YEvenlng Post Ind It now appears that the hilt which threatens the existence of Berea Col lege has not yet passed the Kentucky Senate as reported Almost unani mously adopted by the House it has still to face the Senate where there is likely to be considerably more opposi tion The more the bill is studied the more unnecessary and vicious it appears particularly when it is considered that Berea has cover askedor received cent from the State Wore it using an annual appropriation there might ppssibly be some excuse for this attempt to interfere with its sacred right to teach those who pro sent themselves at its gatoR As it ill the bill Heoms like a most opinions iutormedling with its private affair Any measure so obviously thin oil spring of race jealousy of narrow mindedness and blind prejudice IHUB necessarily engender bad feeling This tho Berea bill has already done Its rightisorts of shortcomings all because it dares educate whites and blacks under the same root This chiefargument iu favor of the bill seems to be that this sort of education is displeasing to some of the colleges white neighbor Such trilling matters as the merits of the work done by Beroa its influent thuIpassed over by On these points Bereaa reputation a mighty fortress yet it would have to yield to tho forces of blind passion and iguoraut prejudice should this bill become a law The Outlook Ind Professor S C Mitchell of Rich moan College Va in a recent uuui bet of Tho Outlook shows a statesman like grasp of tho ueeds of the South He traces tho march of progress in threet1 Liberal Out of the American and French revolutions canto the spirit emancipation Serfs in Prtis Russia were freed distinction thej2 National During this century there was an intense yearning for nationality Greece Belgium Hoi land Italy Germany tulado good their nationality 3 Industrial Great inventions revo lutiouized industry society bccami industrialBut circumstances shut the South out of a share in these might influences of thus and Washington and Marshall and Jefferson all men of the South were pioneers in the advocacy of national and liberal measures These uncut and measures wore prophetic ofa destiny for tho South the reverse of what ensued The shift in the scouts was made hy Eli Whitney in his invention which made slavery profitable in the raising of cotton As a result the South found itself invariance with the rapid changes soot to sweep over the world 1 To hold slavery in opposition to the liberal tendency of the ago 2 To insist on States rights in op position to nationality 3 To content herself withagricul ture alone instead of embracing the rising industrialism- It was an instance of arrested development The facts must lead to this conclusion notwithstanding that there was much of nobility chiv alry and beautiful life iu the old South It was these threw historic forces liberal national industrial that won at Appomattox in spite ol the genius of Lee thin heroism of her sans and the sacrifices of her daughtersCertain duties then become clear as to the South of to day These are 1 To liberalize it in thought 2 To nationalize it in politics 3 To industrialize itin production The task of the present educational movement is to help on these progressive tendencies How can tht best be lone What are thus great educational needs of the South They are two teachers and publicists As concerns thin negro his primary need is for teachers and lenders moral well trained and deeply sent ble of race responsibility No other race has made such progress if you consider depths from which it has risen and difficulties which it hRS encountered He who condemns this negro for his lack ofwill power either in work or morals will do well to remember that slavery weakens that special faculty in man By means of tho slow and sure forces of educa tion and religion the negro isbecouiinf capable in industry and moral iu society In order to have better school teachers we must have more normal schools better pay for teachers longer sessions expert superintend nuts The other need is that of publicists men who can bring scientific intel ligence to bear upon the economic social and political conditions con politicianhasjudices of the people an exhaustles mine of sordid profit Naturally his own powers have become contracted to the limits of the prejudices which be has tried to Democracy ceased to become educative losing thereby its essential virtue Tin either through the press as legislators or as teachers or a e financiers orin any other of the nu merous callings open to forceful lead ers will of social servici and specialized intelligence flank tin demagogue t Usually Needed i i Ii i 1I1real buying nnd selling of estate services of n Jj batik are usually needed Iu t nllkutWhenever you buy or sell prop terty lot till business end of it pans through tithe bank Wo are confi 1 dent you will bo pleased with our lservice 1 tIIThe Berea Banking CoI t 1l4 4 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