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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r tl IHIHHIHHIH JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher at the Fottofflct at Vtrea Ay 01 iteotuf cloji nnllmallf 1Irnltrtd +IHIIHI Co- llegeTHe CITIZEN IIYOI V Family Paler BEll EA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 10 1901 One dollar a year NO 38 Ii IDEAS i Point Is that quality that says to all comers that miperlorlty Is a thing with which you have taut u Hpeuklng uc quit lutiuut tBeauty n veneer that In put on nt a njuure itch by the beauty t 4 fculnlristst Love may have been born blind but Lit has hud DfVcral eyo openers wince TAKE NOTICE A niiistculo under the auspices of the Ladies AM Society will Ira given In the Parish House unit Saturday night nt 730 Admission Iii rents or 2 for J5 rents Readings vocal solos anti duets Instrumental wun bars upon the piano cornet violin dulcimer A rare imiHical trout FROM THE WIDE WORLD tremendous earthquake did grunt damag In Pom South America Another decisive victory for the FVderal fore n In San Domingo in retorted Tire French courts granted the appeal of Capt Urovfuss for a revision of his trial at tonnes A dispatch from Vladivostok via St Petersburg MIJH Hint forty Japan transports WRortod by Japans untirn naval UMft bare Inudixl fully UXOOOrioIdiors at FIIHOII acid Cheultil IK and it Is Mievtxl that nn im mediate advance into Northern Korea U outomplated The reported laud ing of 2100 Japanese nt Song Chin is confirmed IN OUR OWN COUNTRY An earthquake was felt nt Saner villa Tenu The Senate Coinraitteo on Trritor ion favorably reported the hilt giving Alaska a delegate in Congress Three trains have boon lout for two weeks on tho Jawbone road in Coutral Montana Gang of lucid with Show plows aro trying to reach them Tho gulden who will operate the piinh chairs tit tine St Louis Kxposi lion will bortolectod from the tlllllnts of univurnititH sad colleges in the United States Thorn is n great ice pack in ale Potomac above Washington City and serious daniHgo apprehended if thn weather gels warmer CngreHH lies luadu n curtail appropriation to clear the river A bill wan introduced in tho Sonato by Mr Galliuger to increase the salary of tho resident to 75000 tl Vice President to 15000 Speaker to 12000 Cabinet members to 15000 each anti Senators and RepreHoutn lives to 8000 each Attorney General Knox has advised President Roosevelt that there in now no further bar to tho payment of 10 KXXX to thn Republic of Pnnnmn for canal rights nor to Im payment of 10000000 to till company owning the canal The transfer will probably IM made within thirty days COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Senator McCreary in in Frankfort for n weeks visit Our Beckhnm has signed the bill extending the common school torn to mouthsAt of citizens of Magollin county nt Salyersvillo n resolution was adopted against the Judicial Rodistrietiug Bill Tire Sonata passel a bill substituting electrocution for hanging Tire scull mnnt in tho House is favorable to the measure and it tray become n law Thn Republic in Committee of the Eleventh district Iran called a primary election for August N to nominatH n candidate to miweed Congressman pouter The House by a vole of M to 17 passed the bill making a now judicial district of Magotlin Floyd anti Knott counties This takes Magolliu out of the Breathitt district A battle is reported between moon shiners and revenue men in Kuott county in which two of tho lawbreak ore were killed outright and oco dangerously wounded Tho death rate in Louisville last week broke all former records reach ing n total of 127 Of this number twentythree died of pneumonia ad sixteen of tuberculosis Considerable excitement prevails In Boyle county over the recontdiscovery of zinc and lluor spar A shaft is being sunk and it is thought the minerals will bo found In paying quantities presidents Oflice X VISCOUNT KATSURA THE WASHINGTON OF JAPAN Jfiiirul Vlxcoiint Illtllil rll prime inlnlsUr of Jillion linn often boon called the lkorge WitflliliiKtoii of country In JSlii lit helped overthrow the old under In Itlpnn und lit IIIIH IRVII a roniiplciiouti factor In niodvnilzltii the IniiI of the ItMiic Sun lit wile out of the heroes of the tlilii liipauc e war end linn Utii premier two years m MEN OF AFFAIRS CONNECTED WITH PANAMA Illirmlnr of Intmniit Dr Manuel Amador minister of flnnncv of Pnnnnia was the leading spirit of tho movement to overthrow Colombian authority on the Isthmus IoernI inent then He hits been called the Illwrator Dr A lunilor who seventy years of age was nt out time governor of the province of Panama rent I nor In IniiMmii William Insco Ituchnnan whine re cent nomination United States mln Uter to the new npubllo of Panama ins conllrmiHl und then reconsidered by tine serrate la a diplomat ot wide experience In South American affairs having served six years minister the Arsentlnu Itepubllc He native of Ohio and fifty years old Consul General to Panama Thu consulship In a Central or South American country n position that re quires a great deal of tact well boundless Rood nature qualities which Hczcktah A Gudger consul general to tho new republic of Panama said to possess In a re markable degree Mr Gudgers expe rience at tho Isth mus covers a pe tied of nearly six havingyvSul to Panama In 1897 by President McKinley and his record In that much troubled territory tins justified tho Berea theIcountry but President Roosevelt dispatched him at the earliest moment to his post empowering him deal with the new republic and giving him full Instructions as to the course be pur sued Mr Gudger a North Caro llama Mlulilrr From Iannmn Tim envoy extraordinary and minis tcr plenipotentiary of Panama the United States M Philippe ItuuauVarll la Is not a citizen of the country he represents although he has resided at the Isthmus for a number of years M liunau Varllla n native of France was educated fur the army He went to the Isthmus In 18S1 nUll for a time was director general of the canal General Leonard Wood Brigadier General Leonard Wood who Is much In tho public eye just now because of the opposition to his confir mation major general by tho senate tins been a very fortunate olllcer An army surgeon with the rank of captain In 1893 Wool was a brigadier In Feb ruary 1001 and was appointed ma jor general only two years Inter If his good luck con tinues he will soon otIand but fortythree years of ngc General Woods rlso above his follow olliccrs has beeu rapid nud ns meteoric aa the rise In the political world of President Roosevelt himself President McKinley started Wood on his upward carter when Wood was physician to the White House and President Roosevelt has continued the elevating process As Vi Indian lighter with General Miles Wood displayed such bravery that he won the coveted medal of honor lirlllnu nrfat Value From Crops Various farm products will represent n cash value greater than current mar liveImeat This assertion Is based by the Montana experiment station on the fact that during the winter of 18K anti 1000 while clover was being sold In tho stock nt per ton iII1 wits se cured by the station by teething clover to sheep It required 118 pounds of clover to maintain a lamb and produce n pound of gratis One ton of clover produced HNB pounds of mutton which nt 108 per hundredweight gave the above result in us t t I- combines with con or It is for work comfort general than prices as low as made 1 IthatI plonpo you Information gladly Painting Repairing and Rubber pricest+ 1 IKENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS tc F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky + I tttttttt ttou tIHIIIHHIIIIIIIIHIHI + HtI I 1 1 SEE OUR FINE LINE I Arizona Heating and Cook Stoves and i Ranges before you buy f 3 Tour T nshopTin roofing glittering repair 1 our but first class work i ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Richmond Ky tlH IIhI3tltIIIH HIHIIIIIIIIlIIIH I I I I H1 + +o +o +o +o +o+of o+o o +o +o+o +o +o +o o + o+o +o +o+o o + o 0 o Our Furniture is new largo Prints lower than city prices for the samo 1 1 grades + o o I + may depend upon it if 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Berea J 1repairBring your W B Robe Co Shop over post ofiiee Prices low All work guaranteed Wo have the beat outfit in this end of Madison county There ate many uses lot a Shotgun or Uif c t be sure to have one ol a rtlutktt male Tc Steven has Len on the market since li alldi tItuJlorlJtIifJWe manufacture comll Rifles Pistols Shotgunor t Npour 1fi elktxt to lIhIIt Cot It no suUtltuW Ifaioa inn canulotLllbemleus hlmt u u Intrmt lnowtrl re- rer eppp151blutlS IJILr upoo meli of price flt 11 ur t fry It1 pooh Cnl It uil IeIguessing until sr farnitties muttwfpt 5nt ea reeds twi vvnt stamla resz r trlramrt J stEVENS ARMS tit TOOL CO r O new Chicopee 1ulls Jlnsa TWO SONNETS ReveintIonH Once all too hjrt the longest summer day From tower to flower abrlm with hope I went Oiiid In the nzure of the nriunmcnt Calling on Ufo to hate and lead the way To the elyslum of my dream that lay In some divine hour that should he lent Ere the days cplcndor should be wholly siwnt And whom the sun tank clamored Its delay IJVhold the unknown WilT towaia which- I preMvd 11 v rest have trod but I have gone ailrny From that dream heaven of which I was no gueat And wandering In a labyrinth now ci say To find some thornloss spot where I may rest So long so tong so endless long tho day Sometime Sole time It will not matter If the sun Shines on June rOMS or on winter snow If blue birds sing or swallows flocking go For with earths mysteries I shall have done Nor shall I even midnight tempest shun With serpent lightnings writhing to and fro Nor soft delights nor craven fears shall know With goal of everlasting silence won Thin It In Deaths divine embrace ye rco The look of peace they wear who cense from tears Breathe not oh breathe not faintest sigh for me Let me In that consummate moment keep My soul from memory of pain and free From Its familiar hold unchallenged sleep Mrs WhltonStone In Boston Budget THEMISSISSIPPIBUBBLE Br EMERSON HOUGH Author of The Story of the Cowboy It The Girl at the IteUway liaise Etc Oopjritht 11bjEmersonUourb- lCHAPTER XIV IF THERE WERE NEED Time wore on in the ancient capital ot England The tramp of troops echoed in the streets and the fleets of Britain made ready to carry her sons over the seas for wars and for adven 1lures The intrigues of party against party of church against church of parliament against king the loves the hates the ambitions the desires of all the citys hurrying thousands went on as ever Who then should remember a single prisoner waiting within the walls of Englands jailT The hours wore on slowly enough for that prisoner He had faced a jury of Ms peers and was condemned to face the gallows Meantime he had said farewell to love and hope and faithfulness even as he bade farewell to life Since she has forsaken me whom I thought faithful said he to himself why let It end for life is a mockery I would not live out And thence forth haggard but laughing pale but with unbroken courage he trod on his way through his few remaining days the wonder of those who saw him As for Mary Connynge surely she had matters enough which were best kept secret in her own soul While Lady Catharine was hoping arid pray ing and dreaming and believing even ati tho roses left her cheek and the hol lows fell beneath her eyes she saw about her in the dally walks of life Mary Connynge sleek and rounded 03 ever They sat at table together and neither did the one make sign to tlw other of her own anxiety nor did that other give sign of her own treachery Mary Connynge false guest false friend false woman deceived so per fectly that she left no Indication of deceit She herself knew and blindly satisfied herself with the knowledge that she alone now came close Into tho life of Beau Law the convict Jessamy Law the student the financier the thinker John Law her lord and master Herein she found the solo compensation possible in her savage nature She had found the master whom she sought Into the heart ot Catharine Kuollyn there camp no mere mad selfishness of desire yearn though she did In every fiber of her being since that flat time she felt the mastering kiss of love There was born In her soul emotion ot- a higher sort The Lady Catharine Knollys prayed and her prayer was not that her lover should die but that he might live that he might be free Nor was this hope left to wither un nourished In the mind of the highbred and courageous English girl Alone with no confidant to counsel her with no woman friend to aid her the Lady Catharine Knollys backed her own hopes and wishes with resource and energy There came a time perilously late when a faint rose showed once more in her cheek long so worn a faintly brighter light glowed in her deep eye- When Sir Arthur Pembroke received a message from the Lady Catharine Knollys advising hint that the latter would receive him at her home It was left for the Impulses the hopes the Imaginings of that modest young noble man to establish a reason for the pies sage Puzzling all along his rapid way In answer to the summons Sir Arthur found the answer which best suited his hopes In the faint flush the bright ened erA of the young woman who re ceived hiu Lady Catharine he began Impet uously I have and let me hope that tis at last to have my answer I have waited each moment has been a rear that I have spent away from you Now that is very pretty laid But I am soruiM And that is why I do not like you But Lady Catharine I should like it better did you but continue aa In the past Wo have met on the How at the routs and drums In the country and always I have felt free to risk any favor of Sir Arthur Pembroke Why could it not be always thusYou might ask my very Ire Lady CatharineAh it ii When a man otters nothingShe Ills life tis time for a woman to ask from tho open window her attitude showing an unwonted weakness and dejection Sir Arthur still stood near bj his own face frown Ing and uncerlan Lady Catharine he broke out at length for years as you know I have sought your favor I have dared think that sometime the day would come whenmy faith Lady Catharine the day has come now when i fool it my right to demand the cause of anything which troubles you And that you are troubled is plain enough Ever since this man Law There cried Lady Catharine rais- Ins her hand I lag you to say nc moreBut I will say more There mUltI be n reason for this Tho taco of the young woman flushed in spite of herself as Pembroke strode closer and gazed at her with stern nessLady Catharine said he slowly I am a friend of your family Per haps now I may be of aid to you Prove me and at the last ask who was indeed your friend We have had misfortunes ws of the family of the Knollys said Lady Catharine This Is perhaps but the fate of the house ot Knollys It is my fate Your fate said Sir Arthur slowly Your fate Lady Catharlno thank you It Is at least as well to know the truthPick out the truth then Sir Arthur as you like It I am not on the wit ness stand before you and you are not my judge There has been forsworn testimony enough already in this town Were it not for that Mr Law would at this moment bo free as you or I Sir Arthur struck his hands together in despair and turning away strode down the room Oh I see it all well enough cried he You are mad as any who havo hitherto had dealings with this mad man from the north The girl rose to hor full height and stood before him Itmay be I am mad wild she It may be the old Knollys niudtxras If co why should l struggle against It F iBUT I MUST HAVE THE COUNTER SIGN It may be that I am road But I ven ture to say to you ttt Mr Law Is not born to dc In Newguto yards My life sir if I love him who should say mo nay Now say vo yourself and to your friends to all London If you like since you have touched me to thij point tjat Catharine Knollys Is friend to Me Law raid believes in him and declines that he shall be freed from his prison and that within short space Say that Sir Arthur tell them that And if they argue somewhat from It why let them reason It aa best they may The young man stood his lips close together his head still turned away The girl continued with growing en ergyI kayo sent for you to tell you that Mr Laws life has a value In my eyes And now I say to you Sir Arthur that you must aid me in his escape Lady Catharine said the young man turning toward her this illness this anxiety No I know perfectly well whereof I speak Listen and Ill tell you somewhat of news Montague chancellor of the exchequer is my warrant for what I say to you when I tell you that Mr Law Is to be free Montague him self has said to me In this very room that Mr Law was like to be half the salvation of England in these uncertain times I could tell you more but may not Only look you Sir Arthur John Law docs not rest in Newgate more than one week from this timer Sir Arthur took snuff hits voice at length regaining that composure for which ho had sought- I wish you to help him said Lady Catharine slowly only In that 1 oak you to help me And if I did And If you did you should dwell In a part of my heart forever Let it be as you like Then cried the young man flush ing suddenly and hotly as ho strode wan her do with me as you like Let me be fool unspeakable- Sir Arthur said Lady Catharine rising uneasily and standing before him I must confess to you that I bear a certain active part in private plans looking to the escape of Ur J1W I nave moue to you for aid Sir Arthur I pray God that we may be successful The young man also rose and began tc pace the floor Even did Law escape ho began it would mean only his flight from EnglandTrue salt the Lady Catharine that Is all planned The ship even now awaits him In tho Pool Ho U to take ship at once upon leaving prison and ho sails at once from England He goes to France But my dear Lady Catharine this means that he must part from you Of course It means our parting Oh but you saidbut I thought But I saidbut you thoughtSir Arthur do not stand there prating like n little boy You do not then keep your pris oner bound by other fetters after ho escapes front JfewBote I do nothing unwomanly and I do nothing I trust Ignoble go to meet the Knolls fate whatever it may be Lady Catharine cried Pembroke passionately I have said I loved you Never in my life did I love you as I do nowI like to hoar your words said tits girl frankly There shall always be your corner in my heart Yet you will do this thing I will do this thing I shall no whimper nor repine I am sending him away forever but tie needful for his sake I shall be ready for what ever fate hath for me Toll me then sold Pembroke huts taco haggard and unhappy how am I to serve you In this matter In this way Tomorrow night call here with your coach My household If they note It may take your coach for my own and may perhaps under stand that I go to the rout ot my Lady Swcarlnssham We shall RO Instead to Newgate For the night Sir Arthur Pembroke shall serve as coachman You must drive the carriage to Now gate Jail And tis there said Pembroke slowly that the Lady Catharine Knollys the dearest woman of all En gland would take the man who hon orably loves horto Newgate to felo niously set frrc a felon Is it there then Lady Catharine you would go to meet your lover Tho tall figure of the girl straightened up to Its lull height A shade of color came to her cheeks but her voice was firm though tears came to hor eyes as she answered Aye sir I would go to Newgate If there were need CHAPTER XV THE ESCAPE On cax tain morning a messenger tale in hot haste to the prison gate Ho born the livery of Montague Turnkey after turnkey admitted hire until finally he stood before the cell of John Law and delivered Into his hand as he had been commanded the message that he bore That afternoon this sane messenger paused at tho gate of be house of Knollys Here too he WM admitted promptly He delivered lt to the hands of the Lady Catharine Knollys a certain message This wad of a Wednesday On the following Friday It was decree that the gallovrs should do its work Two more days and there would be an end of Jes ramy Law That Wednesday night a covered carriage came to the door of the house of KnollyR Its driver was mufllcd In each fashion that he could hardly have teen known There stepped from the house the cloaked figure of a woman who entered the carriage and herself pulled shut the door The vehicle was soon iost among the darkling streets Catharine Knollys had heard thn mimmons of her fate She now oat trembling In the carriage When finally the vehicle stopped nt the curb of the walk which led to the prison gate second carriage ns mysterious za the tint came down the street and stopped at a little dis tance but close to the curb on the side nearest to the gate The driver of the first carriage evidently not Ilk log the close neighborhood at the time edged a trifle farther down the way The second carriage thereupon drew up Into the spot just vacated and the two not easily distinguishable at the hour and In the dark and unlighted street stood so each apparently watch ful of the other each seemingly with out an occupant Lady Catharine had left her earring before this Interchange and had passed tho prison gate alone Her steps faltered It was hardly consciously that she finally found her way into the court through the gate down the evilsmelling corridors past the sudden anJ leering constables up to the last gate which separated her front him whom she had come to see Sho had been admitted without do mur as far as this point and even now her coming seemed not altogether a matter of surprise The burly turn key at the last door stood ready to neet her With loud commands ho drovo out of the corridor the crowd of prison attendants Ho approached Lady Catherine lint in hand and bowing deeply- I presume you lire the man whom I would see said she faintly almost unequal to the task Imposed upon her Aye madam I doubt not with my best worship for you- I was to comesald Lady Cath urIne I was to speak to you Aye replied the turnkey You were to come and you were to speak And now what were you to say to me Was there no given word There was such a word she said You will understand It is In the matter of Mr Law True said the turnkey But I must have the countersign There are heads to lose in this yours and mine if there be mistake Lady Catharine raised her head proudly It was for Faith said she for Love and for Hope These were the words buying which AS though sho hv called to her nll tho last atom of bet strength who staggered hack and halt fell against the wall near tlio lanes pate Tho nido jailer sprang forward to steady her Yes yes he whispered overly TIs nil proper These be tho words Pray you have courage lady There same into tbo corridor n mr j mur of voices and there viv audible alIproochlng 1111Ibeginning to throw open for her Sh looked and there appeared upon hIvision a sight which caused her heart to slop which confounded dl her ren son From a side door there advatfeu John law magnificently clad walking now ns though ho trod the hoar of some groat hall or banquet room The woman waiting without the gate reached out her arms Sho voiW have cried aloud Then sho fell bark against the wall whereat had she not grasped she must have sunk down to the floor Upon the arm of John Law and look tag up to him ns she walked there hung tho clinging figure of a woman halfhidden by the flickering shadows ot the torches A deep cloak fell back from tier shoulder It might hate Icsa the llsht fart cf the a rKiiiP the fsc of j C o fallPd1showedshoo of that Indian princess over seas dainty bizarre singular covering the smallest foot lu all Jxxidon town By nil the saints Law wis ayInT you might be the very maker of iMs little slipper yourself I hare won thei 4t crowns I swear Perforce Ill them to you In my 111ITho shock of the oven Mary Connyngo wine For tho moment sho averted her eyes from the handsome face above her She looked and saw what gave her greater shock Law too stared as her own startled giuo grew fixed lie advanced close to the gate only to start back In n horror of urprl e which racked even his steeled composure Madam he cried and then Cath arlne Catharine Knollys made no answer to him though sho looked straight amt calmly Into his face seeming not in the least to see the woman near hlra He eye wore wide and shining Sir said she keep fast to Hope This was for Faith and for Love The Jailer with ono quick gesture swung wide the nato Haste itsle he cried Quick and beznno TMd night may moan my ruin Jettgone nil of ye and give me time to thlnkf Out with ye all for I must lock the Rate John Law pasted as one fitiipoflel the slender form of Mary Coniiynsa still upon his arm Hands of men hut tied them Quick Into the car riage ono cried An l now tho sounds of feet and voices approaching along the corridor were hoard The Jailer swiftly swung the heavy gate to and locked It Cath arine Knallys caught his last gesture which bade her begone as fast 01 might be Her feet were strangely heavy In spite of her She mrhJtho curb In time to hear only tho whit of wheels as a carriage sped away ovn the stones of the street Siie stood alone Irresolute for half an iiutani cs the crunch of whorls spun up to tale curb again A haad reached out and beconcd Involuntarily she obeyed tin summons Her wrist was soUed anti she was half pulled through the door of the carriage ITo Ire Continued COMPLIMENTS FOR TILE KING Couilioil In nllvi Irlkli IMiriiB- tWllli All Ile teTiinii ilmrM of Wit Again mid for all time does the Irishman show himself the ilneet artist In witty compliments In the world Thron compliments to King Edward from sons of too sister Island which are going tho rounds of tho English press aro triumphs over political rancor Thus wit performs a service of utmost importanceTwo journalists on then way from Dublin to Cork accosted a shaggy native at a Queens county sta lion Well Pat what do you think of the king of England now King of England Is It replied the Irishman and there stole over hit lace an expression of drollery as he went on In a stage whisper Sure avlc yell want a viceroy over thrro Im thlnkln Himself an herself are not goln back to yez at all Another quaint anecdote of the srrnf epochmaking trip conies from Galway An old dame In that City of the Tribes who had spoken with the king and was questioned as to what she thought of his majesty She delivered herself of a long and enthusiastic et logy to the effect that Edward the First of Ireland was a grand man in tlrcly closing with the remark that she had only wan th rifling fault to find with him And what was this fault Och sure they kept the poor max so long In tho Phaynlx park beyont that they have him talkln with a sthrong Dublin accent Apt assess Little Johnnie the fictitiously bright boy of the daily press is more often rudo than witty In his conversa dons with older folk When ho It polite as well as witty as In this lat est bit which his Boswell has recorded he is n very delightful boy Well Johnnie how are you getting on with your French asked uncle Oh vory well uncle We translate nice sensible thlnrn now like My tin cle never alleys my birthday to RC by without giving me a present 01 It Is certain that my uncle will give mo something splendid this time Youths Companion DR V H HOBSON J10 Dentist JI TCvtoWakoful Children For n long timo the two year old child or Mr P L McPherson CO N Tenth St Ilarrisburg Pa would sleep but two or three hours in tho early part of tho night which mado U tery hard for tho parents Her mother concluded that tho child hadstomach trouble and gavo her half of ono of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stomach and she slept tho whole night through Two boxers of these Tablets have effected a permanent cure and she is now well and strong For salts by S E Welch Jr Ipgt1YUOtais rtura sail asetyualprep7t6 moss tn MKh a4 rvponoa ptUauihUK 1COtOPP f i n ftM DO Moro Riots Disturbance of strikna arc not near ly as grave as an individual disorder of tho system Overwork loss of sloop nervous tension will bo follow ed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed There is nothing no efficient to curt disorders of the Liver or Kidneys ai Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervous ness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only GOc and satisfaction guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggists 160011 Inyestment Tor Hln I wilt by rxprru not prepaid prtQTolrafb a tructloos lor Itarnloc TISLEGItAPH OPERATING A roctnallnr tally that will enblyou to earn wagesi404furmTeisraphCalatoswhlrhhasqults a variety ot pre or lor 1 will send a Catalog HERMAN C TAFEL VINVTMINO CCTKICAl pa e w Jirr IT ale louicviut Rr It savod his leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Qa frightIfUIcured it in live days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salvo in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25o Sold by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Bores College hu secured market for homespun said homowoven foedq Iucb as bed coverlids linen drew jeans blankets etc at follow hag prioei- Coverlidf 4 to 96 Linen 40 to 64 cents a yard Drew Linsey CO anti a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard barjdyare not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 snobs wide and 2 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes- Anywomsawhowants to sell coyer lids or homespun to Bena College Oollefflwantsspin For information apply In per flea or by litter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham 1rsi IE y t Mr J M Allon 109 E Jacob Street Louisville Ky saps My wife has for some time been troubled with rough hands and tetter Allot using about ono half haltIgave great relief Poracamph makes tho skin soft smooth and healthy Is your harness repairI t Spring plowing will soon be hero Get ready for it beforehand by put ting your harness in good shops from our splendid line of Collar Pads Collars Back Bands DridlOllI Ilsmo Chains Breeching Traco Chains Hanics etc IIf you need a New Sot of Harness wo have tbo best Our prices are extremely low when you consider the qualityT J MOBERLY tUlnSlrrtt Richmond Kf Do You Want Strength j If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you cat must bo digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood and tissues before being expelled from tho inteslinen Kodol Dyspepsia Curo adds to the physical It gives strength to anti builds up strength in tho human system It is plla ant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digest ants that will digest time food and en able tho system to appropriate all of its health and strength giving qualities Sold by the East End Drug Co oJ MONUMENTS I ir N diten i etety ptOrnlt sad MirbU Work of all kinds done In a workmanlike meaner at rca sonable price andwith dispatch ALLRork guar oUwd b- yGOLDEN FLORA KyI LlatonllI that dreaded disease Croup by applying IVuHcamph freely and Riving ton to fifteen drops internally Iaracatnph Is safe and sure It does not contain any Cocaine Opium or Chloroform It is mothers remedy and should bo iu ovary homo every day in the year Ask S E Welch Jr Druggist Tis the Comfort Line FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS- On r the popula- rHENDERSON ROUTE BetweeniEVANSVILLE ST LOUIS The WEST And- SOUTHWEST ofl tAs we are the orginatora CarI IIIand St Louts dont you think it would pay you Injtraveling touGet tho Hen derson Route hablttItwill usAsk us about it AgtGeo ArtlLOUISVILLE KY J I THE CITIZEN Ir 1 fWWHHHMMHWHH I The Home i JBNNIB LESTER I1ILL Editor HrHHIHHHHHHWWri WHEN TO PLANT THE GARDEN PKUE itnrK 10 Tilt mini si IAKIIII IciliHM unto will mriltt nt tint mention if garden or ntiy preparation for it when It dill freezing voitlioi lull havn tried a littln iiui of my t own and found it good If lilt fur users wives would liko it little very fnrly gaiileii lot them follow hum di rections Tim ilrf t mnrninir hunt ploughed ground frozen ton honeycomb as the IIIHII likes to htvu it for sowing grass need take some radinh and lettuces airs of quick growing vnriu tlwt nnil son It luondcnit wlu n It will not Ixt disturbed when later gardening is done AH the frost cornea out Hiiil the soil nettle tilt heewls will Im roverwiJuntHH llui grass II4cllll and the result will Im BOIIIH vury Burly pnxluco coming in ul ont the tiino LMIIIKM fruit mud vegetables are goneapple too perhaps atnl thndigoslivH apparatus in demanding something groen It tak n vury fold weather to kill lulliire and radNhtw and if the plant am nipped seals more deeply covered will roniu up later and uvru if nil am frozen it in only n row could worth of seed lost IIdIIIt worth the risk If tho ground fitilH to honeycomb just right for this plan unit HOIIIK sheltered well tlruui td iix k that fan IHJ spadis up vury twin now anil spade it Plant your swd snit by lIt middlo of April you can have luttiicti and radishes sod npinach too A piece of groundsix foot by twelve will provide mitliciint for n large family Dont Iw afraid or planting carl r I planted beans last March sod they stool a very hnavy freer without injury except for a few blackontxl leaves The peaM Ixwt turnips luttiicu and rmllsliim planted at tIt same tun grow right along null wo hud plenty of delicious green stuff by thu timo BOIIIH of the neigh horn were planting gardens Many any that a garden will not grow in April lint am Burn the only riiiHon in Ixtt nose it not planted Win stud turnips fan IM Mown on the houovconilMd ground also and you ran enjoy them a mouth earlier than by the other method of planting Potatoes eau IHJ planted much earlier that many think So do not wait for the ground to warns up uamuly till sugar making is over spring plough ing donii oats In nod everything pos Iraill down before planting the gar- S Gut a spade and go to work nod you will have thin satifaellon of sting rarly vegetable and of having the earliest gank n in the neighborhood IHS i n ALL Oiifttavx Ohio 1+111 +11111111111111111 t if The School JOHN WIKT DIIS ORB Editor V tIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt SBullfrog and theCrow The bullfrog loved the Widow Crow Hut waint fund of black And said Ill never marry you Fur tute In dress you lack If you were Ilk the robin red- Or like the jay bird blue Id aay My dear come tly with me And be my iweethturt true t TOO sue NOT rnrr TUB CROW ILIKl You need not fret the crow replied Id never marry thee Whlla true yiu have a greenback rare I cannot ipnd It Beet Im looking for a man with gold Who has It In a puck And not a hopping bullfrug bold With greenbacks on hie back i Plttiburg Dispatch t If its a billiouB attack lake Chain t Iberlaius Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For ealeby S E Wolcb Jr IIIIIIHII+IIIIHIIIIIII The Farm SILAS CUBBVBR MASON Editor 11II1IIIIIH +IIHt11Itt A Ilan For a Good farm Garden Should the ground slope to the wtHt plow or throw the land up Into IIhlrllI rlilccs the 10111 of which Hhonld hi hat npart The ridges tdiould run frimi 1iint to went the object biliiR to have till Houth Hide exposed to till full rays of the sun very early In the nprliic For an extra early crop ef potatotH point beaus etc take a Hpadc them out tin dirt on the south half otI till ridges and rover Use thliiKM planted with the rlehtHt Quirk colored Moll that WILY ILANTINO i mnj be at hand The north half of the rldke should remain undlftturhcd so ax to shelter the young plautM oil the south shale mid In cure the nlghtii are very told or there Is rent dimmer from nn uu expected trust the pliintK eau be easily nod quickly covered with huge sheets of dully or weekly newspaper and the plnnttt tllUN he iffcctually protected Whenever the mercury In the thermom eter falls an low 84 tleKnv the plantM should he covered liumedlutely After the plant urn well established and two or tire Inche In height scatter enough nitrate of w da along each side of the pliinU to give the soil n grayish appearuiice and work It Into the vurfucc soil belmc very careful however not to ue too much nitrate null to kwp It from coming In contact with the Htciii or roots of the plants An originally outlined lu Parm and IlrvHlde thli pliin wait for the tall when the Ml If of chit null not under drained received heavy coitthiK of well rutted barnyard manure which was plowed or xpndetl to thoroughly Intermix It with the sell anti was aft rward rldeed an Hhown A Fnvorlto Romody for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures havo tnniln ChumlHrlftiiiHCouRh Hem wly n favotito with tho mothers of niimll childrmi It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pnoumonin or other serious cnnnrqtUMirrH It not only cures croup hut when given an soon nn Ihu croupy cough appeara will prevent thin Htlnrk For nnln by S E olchll Jr WOOD FOR BEREA COLLEGE Contracts for the supply of wool for Bvrwi College for thin coining year are now being aiMgnHl by tho Treasurer l 7fi per cord will bo paid for sound Ixwtywool delivered at tho College biOldiitRH Persons wishing to fiirniNh should seethe Treasurer and Heouru n contract before It is nit assigned n Inflnmmntory Rheumatism was CurodIVllinm 1 a IUI Dennison Ohio was confined lo hits Ud for several weeks with lullinluna lory iheumatiNin I lined litany riiiifdiun Im ayn Finally I soul to McCiiwH drug store for a bottle of CIIHIiihrlnitls Iain Balm at which time I was iinabln to use nand or foot and iu one weekn limn wan ablu Togo to work as happy an n clam For sale by S K Welch Jr n Early liable That last speaker laid the tint guest at the batujuut was Quite enter talnlniYe replied the other and hes a self made mUll too I thought hU delivery ruttier show t1l0ulhIThats natural He began life as a messenger tJODeUcr News Tho Namo Witch Hazol Tho tianirt With Hszl in much abuse E C UeWilt Sc Co Chicago are IIto inventors of tho original and only geniiinn Witch hazel Salve A certain cure for CulH Burns Bruises Eczema Tether Pilo8 otc There are many counterit Its of this salve FOIIIO of which am dangerous while they am all worthless In buying Witch hazel Salvo see that tho name E O DeWitt A Co Chicago is on the box RIIIIA cure is cerlnin Sold by the East End Drug Co I They Need Protection What are you Kolnj to do with the rest of that pie1 Give It to tho dog Dout you know there lit u society for lhu prevention of cruelty to ani mals Warning When you ask a druggist for Para cAmph be sure you get it There is nothing just na good Paracaniph ifl guaranteed to euro Piles Eczema Totter Itch Salt rheum etc Rn member the name Paracamph 25 cents THE RANGE CATTLE Great Suffering Is Being Caused By the Lack of Water Dolle Fourchc S D March 9Con ditions among range cattle In this region are almost beyond belief Not since 1886 has there been BO much suffering and If March continues with any severity tho porcentage of loss will equal that of the memorable win tor of 17 years ago The greatest suf ofjtime along the water courses and va rious pools vainly licking the Ice In a frantic endeavor to relines their parch ed bodies Places are frequently found where the Ice Is drenched with theirjding Ua quota to tho number of car rouses over the plains THE ST LOUIS EXPOSITION The Sale of Season Tickets Commenced Tuesday- St Louis March 9The sale of sea son tickets to the exposition com menced Tuesday The first 100 were reserved for the directors President Francis purchased eight Each ticket his 184 coupons one for each day that the exposition will bo open Sundays not wing counted and on each coup on must be a photograph of tho holder The photographs are made at the expense of the exposition The price of tho season ticket Is 25 Three Trainmen Killed Jefferson City Mo March 9Three trainmen were killed In a rear end col llsloti between freight trains on the Missouri Pacific road In the tunnel near Moreau bridge tour miles from hero Tho cars caught fire and two of the bodies will probably be burned Instructed For Roosevelt Tuskegee Ala March 9The re publican congressional convention for the Fifth Alabama district met here Tuesday Onethird of the delegates were Negroes The delegates to the national convention were Instructed for Roosevelt for president Death of Col W A McIntosh llloomlngton March 9Dr W A Mclctoah Tuesday received Infor mation of the death of his father Col W A McIntosh general counsel of tho Postal Telegraph Co who was on his vacation in Jamaica Col Mela tosh lived in Atlanta Oa Voodoo Doctor Will Bt Executed Philadelphia March 9George P Halley a Nero voodoo doctor wu Tuesday sentenceod to death by Judge Martin Hoss y was convicted of mur der in the tint degree last June for selling tiolson to the wife of William C DanxeaServian Consulate General Belgrade Servla March 9ThlServian government intends to open a consulate general In the United States probably at New York with the view to increasing and facilitating Servlan trade with the United States Appointed At Vice Consul St Louis March iomclaJ notice It8 received by Milton C Seropyan a resident of this city of his appoint meat as vlco consul for Persia In St Louis his appointment having been issued from Teheran Persia Turkish Battalion Annihilated IJerlln March 9Tbo Morgen Post reports that Albanian rebels have snot hilated a Turkish battalion numbering at Ulakovo In Central Albania The disaster la declared to bo duo to an order Issued by tho sultan The Mayflower Salli For Havana Kingston Jamaica March 9Tho- U S S Mayflower with Adm Dewey on board which reached Port Antonio last Sunday from Guantanamo Cuba sailed Tuesday morning for Havana All on board were well Going to Texas to Practice St Louis March 9Tho St Louli American League baseball club left this city Tuesday night for Corslcana Tex for practice There are 21 players headed by Manager James Mo Alecr THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati March 8FlourWinter patent 510530 fancy 4750490 family 4100435 extra 3450376 low grade 3330 spring patent 5300565 fancy 4600490 family 4200450 Northwestern rye 380 4 Wheat No 2 rod quotable at 101 un track CornNoe 3 mixed quotable at 45yc on track Sales No 3 white track 47c rejected white track 43c yellow ear track G0c mixed ear track 49c OaU Sales No 2 mix ed track 44c rejected mixed track 42cChicago March 8WheatNo I rod 10103 No3 do 10102 No 2 hard 9095c No3 do 7992c No 1 Northern 94098c No 2 do 900 98c No 3 spring 850S6c CornNoe 3 43c No4 3842c OatsNoe 2 39Vj040c No3 39c Live Stock Cincinnati March 8cnttlelleavy steers choice to extra 46005 fair to good 40460 butcher steers ex tra 4600465 good to choice 390 0460 heifers extra 4100425 good to choice 3404 cows extra 365 0385 good to choice 30360 CalvesFaIr to good light 5500625 extra 650 Hogs Selected heavy shippers 596 good to choice pack era and butchers 5850595 mixed packers 5600580 light shippers 4750540 pigs 110 lbs and less 4250460 Sheep Extra 425 good to choice 3650415 LambsExtra 586 good to cbolce 5850576 FOR SALE FARM AND TIMBER LAND 130 Acres 10 acres cultivated Good von fruit buatiii iwaeli orchard coutni ing about 100 trees 10 acres in light timber grvtl fur firewood etc Limestone nnriia1 water millieiiiit for two or three fainN lies nil tun year Small iott gu anti barn W acri commericid limber esti mated to produce about j cords nl lanlmrk Mini 1000 railroadcrosMtier or 1200000 feet lumber All tnclH joining so as to take one complete fnrin- LOCATED on M Zion fi min southeast Ianohi Itailroml Stittiim and i milts southwest of Irvine Estill KyFor call on U Smith on the turn For price anil deed call on or address W D Smith Box 201 IJtrea Ky Azbill AzbillA- re headquarters for CORN NAY and FEED STUFF Of all kinds Wit are closing out a lot of china mud tin ware al o n lot of mens Pants laid Hats for less than cost For W you pluirofPantsregular JlOc and f0c shirts Ono Alllo Hut of Beret on the lily 11111 Pike SHE MUST HAVE BEEN A KEHTBCKIAN Where Ire you going my pretty maid To tile world Kalr al SI Loul ilr ibe Mid Over whet line will you travel my dear said hI- Over the Uendenon Itoute of course nld the Why over tint road do you go he salt For Free He lining Clair furs sir the said And where tiles this Palace of Travel1 said he EtRYou seem lo be pleased with that line be raid rhey are Service urlidiiatori Air the raid Im IrnvclInK another routeUI as good uM he sheItllhuesl cimouly let one The Henderson the tIldl I Hiid me a belpiimle my dear said he vlthImaiI iloubt not a helpmate you need said the II out inc- Then till lltnilrnon Route Comfort LlucurI will you Sot rome my warr be aid No Im for the lUnJernoii any day the said U mylovtNo but the Ckotctti ol Routes it dear sir said she How Ihrn can I wM you fair matt he said iellbellriideriOD IontehaUtfinlsbesaidM- ORAL TO MEN Tblt lady Will undoubtedly accui owed to the best situ would hnve no other Therefore If you would wedded and happy be Get The Ilrnderton Route ll bfTU a good habit to acquire Working Ovortlmo Fight hour laws are ignored by Ihofifl tirolofs little workernDr Kings New Life Pius Millions are always At wnrk night and day curing Indi gestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache Rntlall Stomach Liver and Bowel t oubles Easy pleasant safe sure Ooh 25c at East End Drug Co Berea Ky to participate in thin Great Worlds Fair Contest In which these prizes am given The subject matter of this great contest is the Total Paid AdmiNsions during May tho first mouth of the Great St Louis Worlds of this Great Contest OLD 8U BSCKI JUtSFor each 25c paid on your biibhcriiitiou account to TILE CITIZEN you can make tree you and month and will contest April before Those will goal money is PrizesF- or correct For th t second nearest 00 the uearunt For this For tho nearest crrect nearest For For For the next nearest correct guesses next nearest guesses 14000 next nearest guesses each 00 In to the For nearest correct on and before 00 thin nearest or March before 1st tho nearest correct lit boforn 496 prizs to ForJPainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill the Pain dis appear Like Magic Not by the nerves and opium morphine cocaine and other drug but by In creasing the secretions This In as result of modern discoveries In It to relieve pain bad You can upon Dr Miles Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Menstrual Palm Backache Toothache etc They wlll also by their act- Ion on the nerves almost Instantly re lieve distressing feelings as Dix ziness Carsickness Indigestion Irrl Sleeplessness Nervousness eta dd they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by persevering In their use you do aWAY with the cause Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills guar anteed package will benellt or your money back Never sold In bulk DrMileshavrhadache by until HX years ago I began AntiPain Pills the only that ever gave Since then have not had one hard attack I take a Pill dlmcultyOlioSALNDERS write to us for Free Trial of Mlles Anti Specialist will diagnose your tell you what Is wrong to right It CO OILtTUa1ESEEll1i11AltT 1NU AZBILLS Is the plaeP to Ret your Blacksmith tog We have the tools skillHorseshoeing 60c We are headquarters for good and low prices Everybody come Bio HILL 1 OUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST 1 opyorltlnity Fa- irConditious IN 3 for one estimate If you pay 00 on your four free guesses if 200 eight free gnosrs and on NEW sending 25c for a throe months can make one eHtinmtx Those f0c for a G months 2 free guesses 100 for a year 4 guesses 200 for 2 years 8 guesses and PO on Write jour name address estimates in the Mow and mail to day to TilE CITIZEN of of the Worlds Fair the total paid during May thin first of the Fair will who are entitled to this prizes the awards be made by a of nromiuenl judges during the first week in June AH this will on 50th the day the Fair opens all will have an equal chance to win then pnzw who or guess have chance to win n Special Prizi and as a chance to win the Capital of fa 000 00 as thn one who guesses on the last flay of the contest Tho lo pay the prizes is In the Savings Bank Detroit by Prom and can be used for uo other purpose In case of a tie or that two or more estimators are l qualtv como prizs will be divided equally between them the List of the nearest estimate or guess 9500000 nearest correct estimate or guess 200 00 For the third nearest correct or guess lCOOOO For the fourth correct estimate or guess fro For filth correct estimate or guess 30000 nearest correct or guess 20000 seventh or guess 15000 For the eighth estimate or guess 10000 the ninth u arast correct estimate or guess iiOO the tooth nearest correct estimate or guess 5000 five estimates or T20 each 10000 For the five nearest correct guesses 1000 each 5000 For the next 28 correct r 5 00 each For the 445 correct eslitmies or S3 00 335 00 403 prizes to 11500 addition tho prizes here will be followingSpecial Prizes for Early the estimate received or after March 1st March 15th 500 For correct estimate received on after 15th and April COO 00 For estimate received on or after April and April 15th 50000 Total 1300000 and will paralyzing glands like dangerous natural action obtained a medicine making possible without aftereffectsAsafely depend Antl1aln Stomachache Rheumatism calming such lability Not merely are that ant caused catarrh taking remedy me relief because Package Dr nemeurforand Iw JJ done and the work PIKE MILE EST IknEA 13OOO 496 CASH PRIZES 1st prize 5000 2d prize 2500 3d prize 1000 SPECIAL PRIZES 500 Each Early Estimates I accoun can make SUItSCtt11111tSNew piibscription tree sending subscription Subscription Blank KyThe record the Secretary showing determine disinterested connnitteu close estimate NOW just Prize deposited Cential Michigan tin Publishing Here estimate sixth estinmte estimate correct estimates- or estiinatmi amountiug foregoing Estimates amounting FREE nubnoribprfl attendance Association INFORMATIONIVALUABLE To aid In forming your estimates we furnish the following figures The total paid admissions May the first mouth of the Chicago Worlds Fair wero J 050037 The total paid admissions during May the first mouth of the Buffalo PauAniericaii Exposition wre 809430 Be careful to write your name figures and 10plainly Cut out fill III mail today to The Citizen Beroa Ky SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Inclosed find to apply on Subscription ace rjt Name Posts tliro State My estimates of thn total number of paid adults sious to the Worlds Fair during the month of May are The CitizenIAN JNDEPCXDIXT FAMILY NEWSPAPER I Published every Thumlty it Heron K JAMES M RACER Editor and PubUaher- SDIISCIt1PTION HATIM IN ADVAMR gJsixThree months Send money by Post oMce Money Order Ex prew Money Order Check Draft Rtilitervd Letter or one and two cent stamps Tim I1nte alter your name show to what into your lubscrlptlon Is paid It it Is not thtmrJ within three weeks after tending ui money notify ui SulMcrlhorii wishing TilE CITIZEN slapped must notify us al the expiration of their sub Kriptlon pusInn nil armor otherwise we ihall tonildor that they wish it continued one otinny chanceIn your ad trttigfrlnclioth old and new addresses Number due to wrappers com In sir in Ihemalllorolherwhewl1gladlbelnp plied if we are notified Agents Wnntttl in every locality Write for terras tending four new yearly IUbcrlptlolll111 receive Till CITIZEN free for me year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY THE OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop Jo r MEATS Tender and Juicy i The Famous Jellico COAL At retailtday or p R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky PHONE No 20 GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicited T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every 1 room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection PropJKvCourt lianas iviuumuiiu FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans i CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at J JOESNo M 1J Corner Richmond Ky f DR M E JONES g Dentist to OfficeOver Printing office BEREA KY i Office Days Wednesday to end of the week A J THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty v OPPOSITE DVRDETTES MILL I Berea Ky Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and a Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes r b1R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky r Williams is better prepar ed than over to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean ing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams leaMain Street Berea Ky The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos 50c 1e3se 9t94YJp A A J 3 OLD l MANi By CURRAN GREENUEY I Oonrrlgm MM If DUr 8Wg Pub D- oTIIE division superintendent had out a few Inches further on the leathern lounge In the smoker as Jake the porter reported Shell be here in about two hours Capn The fireman of 22 done come from the sta tion above an ho say that am do latest wireHeres a kettle of fish growled Brnx ton the traveling auditor Heres both of us that ought to be In Denver tomorrow morning tied here by one leg like Widow Malones cow No telling what ducks and drakes those C 11 T L fellows will make of that bill If they happen to get old man Padget In thclrclutches Trust Jimmy Atkins for making hay whllo the lobby Is clear and hero we are penned up In our own cars the wrecking crew 40 miles away and ten carloads of cattle and God only knows what else piled up on the track Get out of here You III A black face vanished through the crack of the door and Braxton collapsed into the deep chair opposite the division superintend ent who puffed away at his cigar and watched him between shut lids and drawling in his lazy goodhumored voice Quiet down Braxton We aint the whole road Youve got your bones left and all your skin and Jimmy At kins doesnt own the legislature If the old man did call us in to assist In pull- Ing wires that doesnt mean that they wont be pulled without us lie sat up and looked out of the win dow On one side the granite wall of the mountain went up and up behind the mere shelf on which the track lay lilt a silver ribbon on the other far beloi r a blue trail of water wound between ochre gorges and already where the fragments of wreckage had been hurled down heavy winged buzzards flapped to and fro and the sun poured a flood of gold through the clear thin air while from the smoking wreck the noises of hell went up and rent the sacred quiet of the mountain as men tolled and sweated amid the moans of tortured animals imprisoned in the burning wreckage Fifty yards away stood the Limited Mall trapped between the wreck In front and the landslide two miles in the rear that had made it a risky question getting through on the upgrade and backing down an impossibility The division superintendent yawned lazily He had been called from his berth in the dead of night to stand six hours in the bitter mountain wind directing the demoralized train crew The fast freight had been making time to Barrys where they would switch to let the Limited through when sud denly the great engines reared snorted like a wild thing and plunged head foremost into the mountainside and with the recoil went over and over carrying poor Tom Donohughe down with her The fireman had gone back on the tender just before the shock cameCrash Crash A blinding hor ror filling earth and sky as the death cry of man and beast went up to God The division superintendent had worked like a madman and now that the wrecking crew would soon be on the spot and the searchers that went out with the dawn had brought Tom Don hughe up the mountain and laid him In tho superintendents own berth he felt at peace with the world and inclined to be just a little Impatient with Braxton There was something familiar about the crag that loomed above himand then it all came back Braxton he turned to where the traveling auditor sulked behind a dayold newspaper 1thought this place felt natural Heres where I met Old Man Special Brax ton dropped the paper You dont mean to say that you share in that nonsense he growled No nonsense about It I mean every word ofit You have heard the boys tell how when this lino was new and things went haphazard generally Mad Murphy was running the Fast Mall The Benson gang wrecked it one night and Mad Murphy was killed at his post He was to have been married the night that they burled him and his girl went crazy and had to be shut up in a mad house down there in Denver It wasnt more than a few months after when the boys began to talk of seeing things and it did look like Mad Murphys old en gine No 26 was completely hoodooed She never went over the road but some thing happened to her and finally she broke her neck and carried Jim Garret with her off of Dead Mans trestle and from the day that old engine made scrap Iron of herself the queer things began to happen and just as sure as a man was warned there was some good rea son back of It Tom Baynes went out with No 28 one night and Just before he got to Grants Crossing there was a danger signal Ho put on all the brakes and brought her to a standstill not ten feet from two rails spiked across the track but there was never sign or token of the man that set that danger signal and there was no lantern there though Tom said he was near enough to it when it went out to see it shine on the rails The strangest of all was the night when Bill Manners was taking the Special through with the president aboardThey had the road but Just before they got to Big river a red light flared up on the track Just ahead of them and Ulll pulled the brakes down hard and stopped her There was nobody there no light at all for It faded out to noth ing as the wheels quit grinding Bill climbed back In the cab but Jim Hughes his fireman suggested that they had better tee if the bridge was all right thinking of Baynes and Grant Crossing Sure enough Big river had carried away the middle span of tho bridge After that the boys spoke ot Mad Murphy In whispers and they began to call him Old Man Special Provi dence Braxton flicked the ashes fromthe end of his cigar How about your own experience with him 7 The superintendent looked at his watch Its about time they were get ting here with the wrecking crew Yes dout mind telling ItIm not asking you to believe it You see Braxton I wasnt any Ilresidents son no gold spoon railroad man I came up from the ranks literally and about the first station that they gave me was not a dozen miles from here right around the curve at Barrys had not been married but a few months and my wife had gone east to her mother to stay some time and I felt pretty blue and lonely when I was ordered out hero on the mountain It wasnt more than two weeks after I came when I had orders from head to hold a clear track for the Special that was going through to Denver that night with some di rectors and the president of the road Tho weather was mean Just before Christmas two or three days sleet leo and drifting snow was making the travel slow and uncertain All the regular trains had gone through and It was past 11 oclock The Special was not due until a few minutes after 12 I was sitting there thinking about Minnie and wondering what was the matter as she had not written for over a month Her mother had written that she was not well but would be all right again in a few days since that time nearly four weeks had gone by without a line from Minnie The sounder clicked and I turned to the Instrument Hold Sp- eclolno signature I glanced at the clock 1130 Then I did a thing that was calculated to make me lose my position I called up head to know why Back over the line came the reply No such order Issued Wake up Ten minutes passed then again Hold Speclalno signature For a full minute I sat there paralyzed then I grabbed the key and called up headI for the second time There was no mis take about the order that came back You are drunk or crazy New man will be sent out tomorrow Turn over the books and get time I dropped down In a huddled heap Alone on that mountain side those con flicting orders before me and the Spe cial coming at the rate of 30 miles an hour She was due In 12 minutes I must do my thinking In a hurry Click went the sounder Before I could get to it Hold Special for Gods sake Murphy The order was signed at lastMan I dont know to this day how I pulled myself together but the rails were beginning to quiver when I swung the lantern across them and maybe you dont think those men were mad when they piled off that train and be gan asking questions Drunk Dd fool was about the last they said The engineer Jack Wilson shook his fist in my face but one of the di rectors a nervous snappy little man got to us about that time Here you stop that he ordered Got such a thing as a hand car around here he asked me I led the way to the tool house and we had her out and on the track In two minutes Jack Wilson swearing like a pirate up in the cab and every man of the crew mad as thunder To make a long story short right around the curve where the road broad ens a little and the switch begins a JacU had been placed In such a way that the engine would have been turned com pletely upside down making about the worst wreck that was ever planned I felt like a fool when those men begun to swarm out of that private car and the president was shaking my hand I never did know what was said tome for right In the middle of It a woman came walking up the platform with a bundle In her arms right through the pre9ldenthimselfplaced my Christmas gift In my inns then fell to crying about my neck How did she come to be on the 11 e clal She missed the regular train and was waiting In the depot when one of tho directors passed through Minnie had known him when she was a child her father had been his partner out east and she spoke to him When he found out who she was Tie brought her through on tho private car Thats all The boy Is at Yale now and I am here thanks to Old Mart Special Theres tho wrecking car now as a long whir = tie sounded and the division superin tendent strolled out lie Ulilnl Slave to Prove It The other day a stranger stepped off the train at Hopkins and said to a man at the depot platform Can you tell me who is the best lawyer in this town 7 I am replied the man on the platform without hesitation The stranger seemed somewhat disconcerted by this display ofvcgotlsm and gently said Excuse me sir but I should like to have you prove it Dont have Jo prove it sir answered the man on tho platform I admit It Im the only lawyer in this town sir And Imme diately the stranger got a lawyer and tho lawyer got a client Kansas City Jour nal llnlnnclnir the scale The following story is a fair illustra tion of Russian justice to the Jew One Jew met another at the break of morn Ing entering the wicket of a Judges res idence Whither so early In the morning asked the first somewhat surprised To balance the scales replied tho second with a smile I tm the defendant In nn action which vill come up before the judge this aorning The plaintiff has already given the judge ten rubles eo I am also going to give him ten in order to keep bjm straight Worlds Work TIlE SUNDAY SCHOOL Ieann In the IiiterntUliinnl Srrlen for Miirili lt IDIMDeiHU ut Joint the llniitUt TilE LESSON TEXT Mutt 14111 i111llIX1flo limn fiilllifnl iiiilo ilnt1li imil ivlll Klvr lire n irotvu or life Her JiHI OUTL1NK OV SCU11TUUE SECTION heating of DemonlacsMItIl 8JS3I healing of lkmonlnc Murk 9125 Healing of DetnoniuceLuke 8WW liaising of JulruV Daughter 9tatL9lb26 Halting of Jalriu DiuKRter Murk IU Halting of Jailin Daughter Luke SiOW Healing Two HllnJ und One Dumb Mutt 92724 Rejection at Nawrethlatt13WldRejection at NnlalhlnrkGIG Third Ireachlnc Tour9tatt 919 Third 1rtnetting Tour Mark 66 Sending Forth the Twelve Matt 936111 Striding Forth the TwelveMurk 6711 Sending Forth the TwelveLuke 916 Death of John tho ItHpllit Matt 11112 Death of John the liupUil Murk fUt9 Death of John the IaptlelLuke 979 TlMBSprlng A D 9 about the cloxe of The Year of Public favor John the HaptlRt had been In prison about a ywir when he teed beheaded by llerod- PLACEJohn tens probably executed at the castle of Machacrui on the Arabian frontier nine mile suit of the upper end of the Dead lea- NOTES AND COMMENTS Matt 141 2 The sending out of tho Twelve as missionaries attracted a great deal ot attention Kvery one saw that the movement was growing and now perhaps for the first time It at tracted the attention of Herod At that session The time of which Matthew has been speaking in generalthe same spring Herod the tetrarch This was Herod Antlpaa a son of Herod the Great and like him In many ways lit was tetrarch or governor of Galilee anti Perara for more than 30 years Said unto his servants Not his menials but the courtiers This Is John the Baptist A guilty conscience makes men superstitious Herod had not re covered from the shock which his own terrible act tad given him He was many times a murderer but he wax not many times a murderer In cold blood and to humor a whim ot such men as John It we mistake not that dissevered heed was rarely absent from Herods haunted Imagination from that day forward till he lay upon his dying bedFarrar Therefore do those powers work In Him Not Ho does the mighty works but the powers work In Him the powers of the Invisible world wart and vague In the kings Imagination UruceV 3S Matthew now pocn IwrV to tell of Hmd wanton murder of John that we may better tinrteritnndbisMipfr ntltlous fear of Jesus It Is not lawful for thee to have her The tact that John did not spare Herod himself in his denunciations IF a commentary fin the courage of the man He feared the multitude Herod was always arxk n to he popular and saw that to kill John would be a decidedly unpopular nova The daughter of Herndlai danced In the midst At the birthday feast Her name was Salome She was later married to her uncle Herod Philip II This dance was probably the final voluptuous scene of a night of revelry The feast must have taken place at the rattle of Mftchnerui where John was Imprisoned He promised to give her whatsoever she should ask A mart promise for any king In make but It was late his brain wanlnflamed with drink thedrunk en courtiers were cheering him on nnd he made It with man a great oath lie supposed she world ask a necklace of precious stones a fortune or n palace She being put forward by her mother Herodla saw her chance the king when under the Influence of liquor could be led to do what In bin sober senses he would never doliquor was the same then as nowand so the horrible request was made Vn 91U The king was grieved Herod did not want to kill John It would be unpopular and he was unpopular enough now for having needlessly brought on tho war with Aretas then he thoroughly respected the manhad hiIlmprlllonmrnl good of the kingdom counseled one course but Herod took the other Why In the first place liquor Men under the Influence of liquor are enemies to them selves and all that during their sober hours they hold most dear In the sec ond place cowardice lie madecrarh promise with the fumes of liquor In his brain he kept It not because he was In the habit of keeping promises but be cnuio of them which sat at meat with him lie was nshflmed to back down In the very hour of his boastful promise He was too much of a coward to do what he knew was right His code of honor was a false one he did not realize that to keep a bad promise was a greater ills grace than to make It And FO he committed one of the most ghastly murders In all history Ills life Is a warning for his weaknesses dangers and tempta tions are the same as ours worldly Pritnprrllr Wings of wealth carry po souls to the skiesThe modern Tower of Babel is built out of dollars Heartsease does not grow on the heights of ambition Prosperity becomes a poison when It grows at the expense of piety Ho is a fool who loses Gods crown of glory for mans crumbs of gold The wealth of the world depends on the value of man and not on his posses sionsMen who think of life in terms of atock raising are working bard to turn this world into a barnynrd Hams Horn ttonil Nninarltnnn- Amsterdau Holland has for two years had an association of women who personally help families with young children whoso mother Is sick They do the mothers work and allow the father to contribute toward the society expenses HOW liE WAS SAVED Influence Ktrr ItT list Ilnln Tnlk of n Yunitir Vuninn on a Unllroml Tritlu Whllo traveling over ono of our western roads In company with a mast whom In former years know to be given to drink but was now nn active temperance worker I asked him how he was led to give up tho drink In reply ho said Four years ago Igot on to a train on this very road and to say the least I was beastly drunk really dont know how I got Into a scat but I did I had been drinking pretty heartily with tho boys and having what wo termed a glorious time At tine very next station a young lady camo Into the car and for some reason or other selected the scat with mo May sit hero silo asked Certainly I replied then turned my face toward the window hoping by co doing to hide the fact that I had been drinking Tile train had scarcely got into mo tion when the young lady fairly took my breath away by asking Do you ever go to church 7 Not very often I replied Why dont youT she said- I didnt answer her I couldnt And she continued Are your people living and have you any sisters Yes I said Do they belong to the church l My mother and sinter do I ro pllod And dont they ever ask you to go with them Yr s ninny times And why dont you go she naked Dont you ever think of the future nnd of the homo God Lisa for us who are THINK OF TUB AWPTL M HAM NO OF A Dili NKAHD iiltAVU faithful Do you ever think of the dear ones nt horne who night after night loving you as their own away into the silent hour of midnight weep with bitter tears as they ask Gal In prayer to help them save you from the dark pathway down which you are go ing Think of the future she said Think of the awful meaning 00a drunkards grave and think of n homo eternal with God and his loved onts She was only a little slip of a girl but she sat there and plcturexl my future as it would be If I kept on And then In the prettiest words I had ever hoard she told mo of tho future I could make If I would They say God has sent angels on earth to live And I believe It and that girl was one As we drew near the station where I was to get off she took my hand and salt I want you to promise mo that you will quit drinking And drunkard as I was I gave her that promise And for a long time after that whenever I thought of drinking anything there would come up before me the face of the young lady who had spoken to mo HI kindly and I remembered my promise Well ho said I have never drunk any liquor since I have since married have joined the church and I am living happilyNow he continued the strangest part of this story is the fact that I never knew this young lady I novel saw her before this occurrence nnd have not met her since I do not oven know where she lives Hut whoever Bho Is may God bless hertile woman that saved meNatlonol Advocate Coffee Cliili of Cnllfornln The coffee clubs In San Jose 1etnlumn Santa Clara and San Diego Cal thealm of which is to furnish prices of enter tainment for young men and boys to keep them from visiting saloons Is soon to be Incorporated Into a state association Ernest Fox who himself was Instrumental In establishing these clubs In California and elsewhere contemplates establishing roadside coffee clubs also Attractive places with gar dens will be fitted up near the ordinary roadhouses and saloons Light meals and all temperance drinks will be served He believes that people will patronize the coffee clubs Instead of saloons and that In time the roadsldotaloon will die appear The experiment of establishing coffee clubs along the road will be tried first in Santa Clara county Irnrnlnur to Ilrlnk A zealous Sunday schoolteacher who bad gathered up a class of boys hitherto neglected was ono morning talking to them about tho great evils of Intemper ance Dos I wonder how people learn to drinkA little fellow said I know by tasting PREVENTION OF INEBRIETY irrrl Which Arc neliiK list 1orllu to Urntroy the Awful Work Of llltFllllHTUIlCe Thp most advanced work In scientific medlclno Is the discovery of tile causes of the disease anti by their removal absolute prevention Is obtained The disappearance of yellow fever In Ha vana following tho discovery of tho germ and Its transmission by the mos quito Is a striking Illustration Can Inebriety bo prevented from the dls covery and removal of the causes Is u question for which an answer has beets sought from the earliest times Tho widely varying efforts to stop the salt of spirits and punish tho person wbaidrank is an attempt to answer question Tire iiosslblllty of detunnln lag ninny of tho causes and their re moral and thus preventing tho disease Is established beyond question The tremendous efforts to bring about prohibition by banishing this saloons and stopping tho sale of uplrlu as beverages IK an effort to remove cause which are supposed to bo active in the formation of Inebriety Tho legal ef torts to uiiinroM drunkenness by fine and Imprisonment Is based on tho the orj that the causes are the wlllfulnesn of the victim and his reckless disre gard of the Interests of others as well as himself Moral suasion by the pledge prayer and solicitation as sumes that the victim is a sinner In the need of conversion and change of heart and when this Is accomplished the causes of disease are removed Another most remarkable effort to prevent Inebriety Is tho legal enactments requiring physiology and hygiene to be taught In tilt public schools end tho dangers from tho uso of alcohol made a prominent part of the study The causes here are assumed to be Ignorance and the prevalence of tabs theories In regard to tho nature of alrcohol Ily teaching exact facts concerning the danger from alcohol tats Ignorance will bo removed and proven then will follow Another effort In the lino of prevention is the medical study of Inebriety an a disease and Its treat ment In asylums This is based on the theory that the desire for alcohol cornea from a diseased nervous system and exhausted biiln also that these rause are both active and predispos ing to various forma of insanity ond IIIR In death It in claimed that the study of the causes and conditions which develop Into Inebriety by tine medical protection Is the most cffec tlve means to secure prevention Thus both the medical profession and the public through socletle nail reform movements tensions efforts legal and otherwise recognize tho theory that Inebriety Is preventable and can bn stopped and finally broken up the same is other diseases Tho causes are undoubtedly tar more complex than nny one of these efforts at prevention would Indicate Htudle along the sci entific lines by physicians have already pointed out some of these complex causes Thus In certain persons there Is Inherited highly unstable nervous organisation with certain Icndonrle which develop Into Inebriety both with end without temptation There nre outer iwrsona In whom dlgotitlve troubles and various tox aemlc state merge Into Inebriety and also ponton who live In centers of ex citement In whIch the brain and nerv Ilipbring grateful roller In most cases whore spirits are used there Ire two condition present one of favorable soils such as heredity and exhaustive brain and lowered vitality and the other the toxaemias which are introduced with alcohol and grow with his use The prevention depends on n knowledge of these causes nnd their removal The prevention of Insanity Is already a recognized possibility Legal and moral measures ore being urged to prevent marriage with epileptics Idiots and Insane and thus stop the growth of defectives from which insanity commonly springs Breaking up tho centers of pauperism bail mental and physical surrounding actually re move the soil for the cultivation and growth of Insanity These same con ditions and causes are prominent in producing Inebriety Thus hysteric stales paranolc mental condition an all forerunners and early signal flags of Inebriety anti Insanity This Is the direction towards the discovery of vast regions of causes the removal of which will bo followed by the prevention of Inebriety Journal of Inebrity TEMPERANCE FACTS The annual liquor bill of Great Brit nln Is 2191 per capitauTJicre are nearly 2000 women saloon- keepers in the United States New York leads with 348 Ohio has 337 Illinois has 19C and Pennsylvania 183 Tho claim that prohibition hurts bust t ness Is discredited by the figures of ns Rcsficd valuation In Kansas In 1891 the total assessed valuation of the state was 161000000 In 1892 under prohibition it had Increased to 350000000 an in crease of 121 percent- If a man buys 100 worth of boots and shoes he pays 2071 of that amount for ylturn100 worth of woolen goods ho pays worthgTherefore concludes tho Year Book liq nor Is labors worst enemy The people of the United States spend annually for literature Including news papers periodicals and books a total of 174 905625 The runIc peoplo spendgiannually for malt and alcoholic liquors j the enormous sum of 1074225928 Whisky and beer cost annually fivo times as much as books newspapcls and magazines And yet we are an intelli 1 gent people f tl nWV Ie I 1 STATE NEWS ITEMS J i t 14iSlrl 4 0 l 44lrii4 IL r wr1 11itIi11iI1 1i1 I4i4 f1f1ii1Wi11 h KILLED IN THE HOUSE The Dill Seeking to Regulate the Af- faIrs of Parties Tabled Frankfort March 2Sennteln tho nennto Tuesday Sonntor Cammnck of fared a resolution slating that the re sort of tho atato commissioner of agrl yculture showed there had been a rock of tho money sot 1nlnrt for that olllto In the years 1002 and providing for a commit tel to Investigate tho expenditures Tho resolution was unanimously adopt ed IllllH passed Tho house bill car tying out the provisions of tho amond bent to tho constitution voted last fall as to license luxation In firstclass cities tho house bill regulating tho sale of Jortlllzors the house bill to correct an error In the statute relating to licenses to hotels that operate bath rooms Senator Siwnco Introdiirml a bill providing for a pension fund for policemenInHouse Tho house passed the sen ate bill appropriating 3000 nnnually for additional clerical assistance In tho auditors ofllce Tho joint session of tho senate and house convened at noon and tho following was tho vote In tho state librarians race Mss Iaullno II llardln dcmJ 101 Miss Pearl lllndmnn roil 20 For prison commissioner fleo V Green dom US Henry S Huwva rep 23 Frankfort March 3SenatoThe iwnato Wednesday passel the bill to amend tho code as to prcsorvo ovl donco of tltlo to land House bill 205 known an tho Mclncrney bill to require circuit clerks Instead of sheriffs to servo as county election commis singers In counties containing second class cities or where the sheriff can not act was called up by Senator Car roll and passed The Prewitt bill ro iiulrlng an affidavit to accompany all claims presented to tho county fiscal courts was passed Tho Hymn bill to runder moro humano tho execution of condemned criminals by having thorn electrocuted Inside the stale inltontlaHcH Instead of being hanged In the county of conviction was passed by 26 to0- IlousoTlno house railed from tho clorks desk house bill No 327 which tho senate amended so as to lenvo Ilreathltt county In Judge Ulddelli cUttrkt and made a now district out of M again n Kkiyd and Knott coun tlos The senate substitute or amend moot was adopted by a vote of 53 to 2S Mr Miller of Madison desired to offer an amendment claiming that as an independent hotly tho house had tho right to amend tho bill which wag entirely different from tho ono sent to tho senate by tho house Mr Wells moved to reconsider the vote by which the muse concurred In tine sonata amendment and Mr Klnlr moved to tablo that motion to recon slier Tho motion to tablo was adopt ed and the hill finally passed but not until after much filibustering for delay on tho part of Messrs Newcomb and MillerFrankfort March Ssnato Sena tor Cox Introduce n new bill Into the senate Thursday providing a penalty for Uso selling purchasing or forging of registration certificate The bill to reimburse cemetery companies for overpayment of taxes was passed The Shadoan bill amending and revis ing tho present law as to roads and 111118a was passed Tho house bill r tho city of Owensboro to- cede an nero of ground for a govern ment building was passed The Oil lenwatcr bill creating a state forestry commission which was defeated soy eral days ago for lack of a constitu tional majority was reconsidered and tho bill was passel by 25 to 2 House Tho house killed tho bill providing that no party committeeman should at tho same time serve as a state county or city officer It was a long drawnout fight and a number of the house leaders have changed about on tho bill since It first coupe up for discussion two weeks ago Mr Al verson offered a joint resolution lit prohllngexpenses of tho late Representative IL McDonald and also tho rest of hIs per diem Tho house adopted the llenakcr resolution requesting Ken tuckys delegation In congress to urge tbo passago of a law providing more compensation for rural routo mall carriers The Boxing Dill Beaten Louisville Ky March IChrlII Mueller of this city made his malden ipccch In tho mouse of representatives In Frankfort Thursday for his five ounccglovo contest H1 The bill was beaten 3t to 26 This knocks out the proposed glovo contests In Louisville Suit For Libel Jackson Ky March 4A sensation was developed hero Thursday when licach Hargls by his father James Hargts led suit In tho lircathltt cir cuit clerks office for ICOOO against a newspaper published In Lexington for libel Gorman Cant Come Frankfort Ky March 4Senntor Arthur P Gorman will not address the Kentucky legislature Chairman Al verson of tho committee which sent tho Invitation Thursday received a 4 Utter front tho senator convoying hIs it regrets 1Judge Stout Adjudged Insane Wllllamsburg Ky March 4Judgo- S V D Stout who Inns been police judge of this city for tho past three years inns been adjudged insane and sent to tho lakeland asylum Ho served three years In tho confederate army Noted Brood Mare Dead Lexington Ky March 4Tine noted brood mare Imp Mavourncen by liar colllno Jeydeno by Albert Victor owned by James H and F P Keene died at Castleton stud from slipping a foal to the great horso Diieulso IL SHINERS AND REVENUE MEN Unonflrmed Rumor That a Battle Raged Between Them Owlngaville Ky March 2n un confirmed rumor reached here Tues tiny night that a Imttlo was waged Tuesday In tho mountains of Knott county between moonshiners and rev onuo mon According to tho rumor William and John Haddlx moonshln ers were killed and Jack Combs moonshiner was fatally wounded Tho moonshiners were said to be working In a cave when surprised by the rnvo nito men until resisted arrest Ono deputy marshal was reported killed The report tins not yet been definitely confirmed Trousers Saved Stevens Life Owlngsvllle Ky March 1On Lick lug river Rowan county across tho Hath line John Stevens became tired of lifo Ho climbed to tho top of a small tree fastened a rope about his neck and jumped Ills trousers leg caught on a limb and held him sus ended In such a manner that he could neither hang himself nor climb back to mako a second attempt Passers by rescued him and he announced that he lend decided to llvo awhile longer Juror King Acquitted Cynthlana Ky March 2After be- Ing out 20 minutes the jury In tbo case of oxSheriff Jap King juror In tho JottWhItc feud trial who was ac cured of perjury returned a verdict of not guilty It was charged that King prior to tho trial had expressed opinions in the case and that whi n examlnml for the jury ho swore other wIse Quadruplets In a Kentucky Home nul8vllle Ky March 1Mrs lau ra Wyinan wife of ono of tho largest landowners In Central Kentucky has given birth to quadruplets Mr Wy man Immediately named them Orover Cleveland Wyman Marcus Manna Wy man Theodore lloowvolt Wynuvn and Wllllo Bryan Wyman Tho Jasflz a sin The Trial of James DellILexington Ky March 3The trial of James W Hoes charged with tho murder of Mrs Martha McQulnn Martin last year will be called In circuit court tho first of tho coming week Rees was tried about a year ago was given a death sentence rand was grant ed a now trial Child Swallowed a Breastpin Carter Ky March 3Tho 1year old daughter of Orville ChInn a well to do merchant of Coaporvlllo four miles from here swallowed an oval brass breastpin Sho has not been able to eat since Sho has been ta ken to Cincinnati to have the obstrtic lion removedICadiz Ky March 3Wiley Futrlll ono of tho oldest and most highly re spocted mon of this county died of tho Infirmities of old ago and a severe at tack of tho grip Ho was a soldier In tho Mexican war and was with Gen Wlnficlil Scott when ho captured tho City of Mexico DinediThe Legislators Frankfort Ky March 2Tho citi zees of Frankfort as a token cf their appreciation of the state prl c of tho present legislature which prompted It to provide tho funds for a now and modern state house gave tho legisla tune a dinner at tho Capital hotel Tuesday night Prof Falrchllds Passes Away Salyorsvlllo Ky March 4Prof J M E Falrchllds aged 53 one of tho most prominent educators of tills section of tho state died at his homo near this place Ho vas a teacher in the public schools anti colleges of this section for tho past 35 years Shewmaker Not Guilty Springfield Ky March 3TM case of tin Shewmaker commonwealth against Leslie charged with tho murder of George Showmakor which inns been on trial in tho circuit court hero several days has been concluded jury returning a verdict of not thoII Shot His Wife Then Himself Richmond Ky March 2 William Turner a farmer who lives In Need more a settlement In tho southern part of this county shot anti fatally wounded his wlfo Tuesday and turned tho weapon on himself Ills wlfo is not expected to live Death of Joseph Rhlnock Sr Covlngton Ky March 2rJoseph Hhlnock father of oxMayor Rhlnock passed away peacefully Tuesday morn ing at the St Elizabeth hospital aged 92 years Mr Ilhlnock camo to Amer ica when IS years old locating In Ow en county Purchased Judge Payhters Home Greenup Ky March 4Robert E loco Wilson of tho Greenup Milling Co has purchased tho magnificent hone of Judgo T H Payntor on Main street Judge Paynter will reside per manently In Frankfort Tho terms are private Big Tobacco Deal Versailles Ky March 4The Con tlncntal Tobacco Co has bought Par rls Bros last years crop of 460000 pounds of burley tobacco for 40400 This Is an averago of about i cents ft pound FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington March 2SenateThes- enato Tuesday passed tho bill requir- Ing tho use of American vessels In transporting government supplies and took up tho bill prohibiting tho uso of other than American vessels In ship ping merchandise to tho Philippines and relieving tho interIsland trade of the Philippines from tho exactions of UnItedIpending as Introduced provides that It JfrLodgodicated a willingness to postponQ tho time for a year Tho senate adjourn ed however without acting on either tine bill or tho amendment House Tho house concluded gen eral debate on tho District of Colum bla appropriation bill A variety of subjects other than the bill wero dis cussed Mr Sheppard Tox spoke against tho thrift Mr Adams Pa In favor of restriction of Immigration Mr Powers Mass urged beautifying tho national capitol and expressed tho opinion that there would bo disarma ment by the nations of tho world dun lag tho century Mr Williamson thoIex position Mr McDermott N J mado an antitrust speech and assert ed that tho price of raw sugar had de creased since the passage of the Cu ban reciprocity bill without a decrease In tho price paid by the consumer Mr Mlcrs id discussed ship sub iddy Relief for tho southern tobacco hopkinsthe repeal of tho six cent per pound tax on stemmed and twisted tobacco Washington March 3SenntoTh- oI for tho regulation of Philippine subfwas subject of a theiIllrloIpassed HouseThe house devoted the en ntRtrlctIon measure The housotln committee of the whole we bill by unanimous vote so as to fix tho maximum rates which may ho charged tho District of Colum bla for telephone service or for tele phones In private residences at from 2G to i0 per annum Foriate whllo technically engaged on the naval appropriation bill discussed a wide range of subjects Including tho policy of tho United States In tho Phil ippines and the RussoJapanese war Mr Halo In charge of tho naval bill criticised tlio plans of the naval board as tending to nn establishment beyond LodgeMrthe naval omcers Mr Lodge declared a largo navy essential to tho mainte nance of ponce Mr Money said ho approllrlntlonexcessive under our present policy In the Orient Ho however criticised that policy as did other democratic speakers Houso Tn tho house a letter from RepresontnUvoWebb Taylor a Negro inns dined with him at tho white houso whllo ho was presi HeprescnlatlvoIpromptly offered his apology to the former president saying ho never before lad heard the statement which ho made denied A discussion of tho whichMrlayinginvitedseat at his table Representative Webb said Mr Cleveland had been a friend of tho Negro but never had eQunlltyIrtho appointment of a Negro to a posi thathero notboDlstrlctand took up tho Indian appropriation bill TO INCREASE SALARIES President Cabinet and Others Affected By a Bill Introduced Washington March 2Senator Gal linger Tuesday Introduced a bill increasing tho salaries of tho executive officers of tho government and also of senators and members of tho house of representatives The bill which pro efI12000Isenators and members of tho house 8000 each Will Remove Women Refugees Washington March 4 Minister Allen reported to thu state deportment from Seoul by cable that ho inns deter mined to send an American chip to the vicinity of Ping Yang to remove to n place of safety tho women among the refugees gathered there Tho cruiser Cincinnati which Is lying at Chemulpo will bring away these peo pIe Meteorological Observatory Washington March 4 Secretary Wilson has directed Chief Moore of tho weather bureau to establish a meteorological observatory at hone lulu IL M Hardlnago inns been or dered to proceed to Honolulu and open tho station Wants a Better Position Washington March 4Senators Cullom and Hopkins of Illinois re quested the president to provide for A JL Beaupre United States minister postI 1THE FUSSING PLACE to the Fussing Place When Im very bad And mother hu such a sorry face And her eyes look sad hut she says In just the firmest tone The boy that fuwx must stay alone When I havo been bad At first I pretend I do not care And I hum a tune And walk oft quick with ray head in the air nut pretty soon I begin to hate the Fussing Place And to be there seems a great disgrace So I atop my tune And then I think of mothers eyes With that sorry look And soon I think It U time to surprise lleroverherbook So I hunt up a smite and put It on For I cant como out till the frowns are gone now happy shell lookl The KuMlng Placer Oh Its where youre lent When youre naughty and mean And there you must vtny till youre good again And nt to be seen Its up In the attic or under the stairs Or seated on one of the kitchen chairs And oh you feel meant Hut It doennt matter much where It IsThli old Fuming place For the very spot that seems so bad Wien youre In disgrace Is nlceenougn when ytfure loving and true So Its not where you are but how you do That makes It a Fui lng place Annie WHIls McCulough In Youths Com panion THE GAME OF BATTERY It Not Only Afford Plenty of Amaie meal Hut n Fine Chillier for Item Skill na Well I am going to tell the boys how to make a new game that will afford plenty of amusement and a chance for much skill Tho game is called Bat tery and was originated by tho writer The little blocks ou each side repre sent a fort and the rings used are are bombshells When a player suc ceeds In throwing ono over the peg of his opponent the bomb is supposed to have dropped into the enemys fort Any smart boy who can use a saw plane and pocket knife can mako the game in a few hours Tho material excepting the rings you will probably find somewhere about the premises but if not a few pennies will purchase themProcure a nice smooth piece of board soft or hard wood onehalf inch thick and eight Inches square as shown In the illustration Next mako four little wedgeshaped pieces 1 Yr Inches long by two Inches wide at top and tapering to onefourth of an inch at tine bottom end The pieces should bo onehalf loch thick and taper from the wide end to almost nothing at the small end This Is to give them a slanting surface when glued In their proper places on tho board Now draw GAME OF BATTEUY a line across the center of the board each way and glue or tack ono of these blocks on the line on each side of the board and close to the edge as shown In the illustration Next measure oft from the Inside edge of the blocks to ward the center and on the line ono Inch from each block drive a oneInch brad or shlnglo nail so that it shall slick up above tho surface of tho board exactly fiveeighths of an inch Next buy at tho hardware store five little brass curtain rings onehalf inch in diameter which should not cost over a penny or two anti tho game is fin ished Tho board tray be painted or stained some pretty color if desired Two or four may play the game It four are to play you may play partners Having seated yourselves about tho board which should be placed upon a small center table the first player begins by taking the five rings which count five each and ono at a time places them on tho sloping block called a battery and placing tho In dex finger on tho Insldo of the ring gives It a quick snap up tho incline so that it will encircle tho peg of his op ponent directly opposite Should ho fall to land it ho allows it to remain on the board until ho has thrown all tho rings If he succeeded In getting any of tho rings over the peg the ono chosen to keep tally puts down the scoro to tho player Tho next player In turn then takes tho rings and proceeds as with the first and so on until oil have played when the score is counted It Is best to have a fixed number at thy start to play for say or 100N K Urlggj In Orange Judd Farmer Tim Seed of Long Ago It Is not generally known that the furseal was once a land animal The baby seals are actually afraid of tho water they would drown If thrown into it and have to learn to swim by repeated efforts When once they have been taught to swim however they soon forget to walk Greatest Ocean lllKltwnr About 1000 ships cross the Atlantic every mouth WHAT THE LION MEANT True Ateonnt of n Convrmntlon lie tircirn the Foolish Hippo and III- Mnjr tr iCing Lee I wish you would teach me to roar said the Hippo to tho Lion ono day Why do you wish It asked he Oh it would bo just grand you know to sit on the banks of the Nile and roar away at tho passing boats and hear all tho tourists and travelers say Ob listen to tho king of the jungle My but youre ambitious replied his majesty Leo but I should warn you against trying it Im afraid it wont agree with youhave to bo built along that plan you know Ill take the risk If youll take the trouble But what will It cost mo Oh as for tho cost said his ma jesty Ill agree to make you roar in YOURE RAW ENOUGH two days I only charge for the cure For the cure said the Hippo InI surprise Why I dont want to be curedIm not so sure ot that said the ho set him to work practicing howls and yells and yelps and roaring until the poor fellow was so tired he could hardly stand and his throat was so lamo ho could hardly swallow Then he went to Mr Lion Opera your mouth said the Lion sharplyThe Hippo stretched wide his hugo jaws whllo ho grunted with pain and tho tears ran down his cheeks I told you Id do it said the Lion Do what gasped Hippo Why make you raw roar to be sure Youre raw enough to proceed with tho cure and for that I shall charge you heavily for you should have been satisfied to be as you were Now take this cannon ball pill and go home and not try to be an ass her- eafterSt Louis PostDispatch SONGLOVING LIZARDS The Tuntnrnn of Xeiv Zenlnml Are Said to lie rnrtlcnlnrl Fond of Rollicking Choruses A curious fact has lately been learned about the tuatara the large native lizard of Now Zealand- It is a great fat sleepy thing from a foot upward In length with a measurement around of about 12 Inches It is kept tamed about rocks Wild specimens are growing rare though one island oft the coast yet swarms with them These harmless things come out as a rule only for food But some one in Christchurch at Auckland has discovered a way pf bringing them out at any time This Is by singing to themThey have their preferences in mu sic too They evince much more sat isfaction at a rollicking chorus than at a solo Ono day a song sung by a girl brought some out but only their heads wore visible their sleepy eyes openi liuj every few minutes Then Queen1aqdthere was no doubt about the effect on tho tuataras They wriggled about on the rocks almost dancing in their excitement and joy until the repertoire of the singers was exhausted when the lizards sneaked back again to their home among the rocks Now Zealand is the only place in the world where these great lizards are found and they are said by blolo gists to be out of their place in this stage of the worlds history They belong to tho coal period and like the moat ought by natural laws to have become extinct long agoiLincoln Declined the Cat A lawyer who was reading as a young man In Lincolns office when the latter was practicing at tho bar tells a story which would seem to stamp Old Abe as a man of conscience even In a field where conscience is regarded as an unnecessary sentiment He had been listening for a half hour or longer to a wouldbe client who hadIpointed out the merits and his case with considerable attention to details and asked Lincoln to take it up The latter who had been gazing fixedly at tho ceiling during the others explanations turned In his chair and replied Youve got a great case as to technicalities but ono absolutely without equity or justice Youre bound to wInbut I guess youd better get some other fellow to win it for you I couldnt do It All the time Id be talk ing to the jury Id be saying to myself Lincoln youre a liar In fact I believe I should forget myself and say it out loudl Moniullu flans of MKrrln A German paper reports tho finding in North Nigeria ot a plant two or three of which when placed in a room or on a veranda will remove mos quitoes The natives extract an es since from thq plant which Is an ex cellent substitute for quinine It not only equal In Its effects dut it lacks many of quinines disagreeable attributes Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia is too dangerous a die ease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although he may have the proper remedies at hand A physi cian should always be called It should be borne in minJ however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip that by giving Chamberlains land Remedy the threatened attack oilIcians In the treatment of pneumonia with tho best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of it I have been selling Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my practice for the past six years I use it in cases of pneumonia and have always gotten the best results Sold by S E Welch Jr Berea Ky Farmers National Bank KyI000Burplus We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pres S S PARKES Cashier 4 Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use ol One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining 10 weakened me I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until lUlled One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Bold by East End Drug Co W proutlr attoJn 0 sad i II i Tragedy Avorted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneu monia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and our darling was saved Everybodyifor Coughs colds and all Lung die eases Guaranteed by East End Drug Co BereaEy Price 60o and 1100 Trial bottl- esEARLY RISERS TIE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Bllloiuntis Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaua dice Dizziness and all troubles aris lag from an Inactive or sluttish liver DeWIIIs LJIIle Early Risers are un promptly and never trip They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure j to take them One to two act MS mild laxative two or four act M a pleasant and effective cathartic THy are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver TM cum sorrtr Tie PuP n- It C D Witt ft CoChlcatf HAlrr HEALTHY CHILDREN Any child can take Little Early Riser with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and everyone who uses De Witts Little Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure bilious ness Sold by East End Drug Co ITHECITIZEN 11 t iOEWAEAibIR A Mob of 2000 Set Fire to the Negro Quarters at Springlleld 0 TROOPS HASTENING TO THE CITY lllnzu Was Started in u Colored Saloon in time Levee District and Spread Both Ways At WUhlIngton Springfield 0 March 9 Threats throughout the day and Tuesday even Ing to burn tho levee the Negro dls trict of the city confirmed Mayor C J liowlus In his belief that more trouble was brewing Tuesday night and he has asked Gov Herrick for troops Two companies from Dayton and one each front Mlamlsburg Urbana and Columbus have been promised to re Infnrce the two local companies Many of tho Negroes of tho city wero surly and moody Tuesday night and It was realized that only a spark was needed to set off tho magazine of a race war At 845 oclock small crowds of whites gathered In the vicin ity of the levee and all the day police had been ordered to report for duty nighttr a crowd of about 2 assembled at the Big f Four railroad tracks almost blockad ing Washington street which Is known as the levee from Fountain avenue Two hundred Negroes were clustered together Just west of Foun tarn avenue In the levee district near the place called Honky Tonk Negroes Unusually Quiet The Negroes were unusually quiet and seemed to bo waiting for a start to be made by the white men The other crowd was boisterous and there r were frequent yells and several pistol shots heard although no one has been reported hurt so far Mayor IJowlus Sheriff Routzahn and the other officials were stationed In the mayors office where the mayor Is In constant communication with MaJ Kirkpatrick and Gov Herrick It was announced by the mayor that the Urbana company was en route here and that the others were coming as quickly as the cars will bring them Company I of Plqua has also been ordered here This will make six com panies of militia that will be mobilized In this city No effort will be made to use Com pany A Ninth battalion composed of colored men because of fear of raco prejudlco Flvo companies of the Ohio national guard are on their way here on a special train by order of Gov Herrick In response to the request of tho city and county officials The Fire Burned Itself Out Tho company of militia from Xcnla arrived at 130 Wednesday morning and were immediately sent toward the levee by a circuitous route Tho fire in East Washington street has burned out exactly the district tho mob said should go but there Is now no danger of Its spreading either fur ther east or west or to the north At 230 Wednesday morning the fire had burned itself out and both mob and spectators havo for the most part dispersed Quiet prevails throughout the city and the mob is good natured and orderly evidently well satisfied with Its nights work It is hardly probable that an attempt will be made by the whites to burn the West Wash ington street resorts out as this sec tlon is closely guarded by Dayton and Mlamlsburg troops Probably 20 small buildings were destroyed entailing a loss of not to exceed 30000 So far the Negroes have not tried to make good their threats to dynamlto f the county jail to even up with Sher lit Routzahn for permitting the Negro murderer DIxon to be taken by tho mob Monday night without the shed ling of blood to save him j Elected on the 202d Ballot Milwaukee WIs March 9Carroll G Pearse of Omaha was Tuesday 1 night elected superintendent of Mil waukee schools to succeed II O R Seifert on tho 202d ballot The con test had been on for a week Nominated a Labor Ticket Kansas City Mo March 9Delegates representing 55 labor unions oC this city met in convention at labor headquarters Tuesday night adopted a platform and nominated a ticket forr the coming city election Open to Regular Traffic Ogdon Utah March 9The Ogden y Lucia cutoff eliminating 145 miles of tho main line of the Southern Pacific over Promontory mountain and shortening the road by 43 miles was opened to regular traffic Tuesday Nurses Going to Japan Seattle Wash March 9Forty American nurses in charge of Dr Anita Ncwcomb McGee president of the SpanishAmerican War Nurses association sailed from here Tuesday on the lye Mart for Japan A Costly Blaze Scranton Pa March 9Smlthe bazar one of tho citys largest department stores was completely destroyed by lira Tuesday night Tho loss amounts to 200000 partially covered ty Insurance fA4wInteresting Kentucky Items THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE The House In Favor of the National Pure Seed Bill Frankfort March 9SenateTllo senate Tuesday by a vote of 19 to 9 passed tho Byron bill making an ap propriation of 20000 to build a menu ment to Gov Goebel on the statuhouso square In Frankfort The bill to In crease the per capita of the state reform school from 100 to 110 passed Tho bill appropriating 12000 for a de ficit In the funds of the reform school passed as did tho bill appropriating 20000 for new buildings at the same school A resolution was adopted di recting the state librarian to sell copies of the statutes and code used by the legislative committees this ses sion to the legislators who desire themlouseMr Thompson of Bourbon called from the clerks desk and tho house by unanimous vote passed a res delegatlontional pure seed bill Mr Weathers of the criminal law committee report ed by unanimous consent the senate bill 1S8 and it was advanced in the orders The bill increases the penalty for sateblowing bank robbery Tho committee on rules called up and passed house bill 245 providing penal ties for drawing or llourfshtng a deadly weapon within a passenger coach The bill was adopted The Cochran bill to provide for establishing graded schools in common school districts bordering on county lines passed House bill 202 to prohibit fraudulent certification of land titles was adopted KENTUCKY MINE WORKERS The Western District Met In Louisville and Elected Officers Louisville Ky March 9The Unit ed Mine Workers of the Western Kentucky district Tuesday elected the following officers President C W Wells Central City vice president W K Hicks secretary and treasurer G D Wood The convention which held Its first session Tuesday Is expected to remain In session until next Tuesday when a Joint convention with the operators of the same district will begin The most Important matters before the conven tion are the wage scale for 1904 to be submitted to the operators next week and the consideration of plans for unionizing the Hopkins fields An officer of the organization stated Tuesday that he was practically as sured of an increase In the present wage scale to S2i cents a ton for min ing and 2 to 220 a day for general labor would be demanded of the opera tors President Wells report shows a surplus of 10000 In the treasury WERE WITNESSES Members of Printing Board Before the Investigating Committee Frankfort Ky March 9The committee investigating the public print ing had before it Tuesday as witnesses Gov Beckham Secretary of State Mc Chesney and AucJItor Hager of the printing board which allowed the 28 000 account of a Louisville printing house which is the Item in dispute They testified that they hail no Inter est in the persons or its contract and that they believed the account was reasonable but not being experts could not say whether this was true or Beckham asked to be allowed to make a statement regarding a mem ber of the senate but the committee ruled that evidence relating to that matter could not properly be heard by this committee FLOOD AT OWENSBORO Farmers Are Fleeing to tne Hills on the Indiana Side Owensboro Ky March 9Tuesday night the water in the Ohio was Just rolling along tho top of the Indiana banks opposite Owensboro Indiana farmers are using all celerity possible in fleeing to the hilts Boats tugs and launches are being pressed into sere ice removing corn and tobacco from the lowlands The river continues to rise at the rate of an Inch an hour at this point The river men are expect ing ten feet more of water Aged Woman Beheaded Louisville Ky March 9Snrah Miller 70 of 1308 Seventh street preferred death to the insane asylum Tuesday evening she laid her head on the Louisville Nashville railroad track at the Seventh street crossing and a moment later a passing train be headed her Mad Dog Scare at Versailles Versailles Ky March 9 Versailles Is having a mad dog scare A dog ap parently affected with hydrophobia ran through the city and it has since de veloped that it bit a number of dogs Several valued pets that were bitten nave already been killed An Early Victim Barboursville Ky M rch 9Wal- tel Weslle a student at lion college was seriously Injured Monday while playing football on the college football grounds Ills spine was injured by a fall and his recovery Is uncertain His home Is in Pulaski county Secretly Married For Three Years Scottsvlllo Ky March 9tfho mar riage of Miss Llama Barger daughter of Jefferson Barger of the Chapel Hill country and Emmet Hinton has been announced The couple wore mar tied In Gallatin Tenn three years- ago II+HI+H+HIH+H+H+HHtH11H++II+HHHI t Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1IIIIIHIIIII1IIIl111IHI- Mrs 0 T Spencer was a Richmond visitor over Sunday Mitch Preston was n Kichmond visitor on Monday of this week Mr G T Spencer made n businpsh trip to London and Corbin Thursday of last week Prof F K Graves is out again after two weeks illness with a severe attack of the grip The postollico building is receiving much needed repairs this week in the slii JIG of n now shingle roof toIwhich she sustained on Tuesday of last week Mr Caleb Copo and family removed yesterday to n farm four miles south of Livingston which Mr Cope ro c ntly purchased Up to tho time of going to press louse Bill Xo 2iJ prohibiting the co education of the white and negro races had not come up for discussion in the Senate Under the auspices of the Christian Endeavor Rev Thomson will give n stereopticon lecture at the Tabernacle Monday night Tickets and social pi ivillgeR 10 cents Kelly Hogg Kings Creek Letcher county was hero last week lookingover someBluoGrassfarms in this vicinity with the intention of purchasing soon BeroaI sent to his sister Mrs PJ Panley last week a bunch of beautiful almond blossoms and other varieties of blooms taken from his large fruit farm in California Prof J IV Dinsmore was called to Columbus Ohio Friday on account of the fatal illness of his sister Mrs Henry Kraft She died only a short time after his arrival Prof Dinsmoro returning to Berea Monday night The popular young attorney Geo C Moore who recently sold his prop erty in McKee Jackson county where he had practiced law puccessfiilly for some years has removed to London where he will continue the practice ol his profession A letter from Mr and Mrs C A Jones now of Jotfersonvillo lOll but well known here states that they are enjoying a pleasant visit from their daughter Mrs Daisy Jones Welsh and two granddaughters the daugh ters of Mrs Welsh- J M Haley is still very low with BigIJohn Davis is caring for Mr Haley during his illness Mrs Haley is convalescent from an attack of grip with other complications Superintendent S L Clark of the College Brickyard while on a trip to Williamsburg last Thursday sustain ed a slight stroke of paralysis which affected one side of his face He went to Cincinnati Friday accom panied by Prof J W Dinsmoro and entered a hospital where his case will receive the best of attention His many friends hope for his speedy re covert from this affliction Sunday morning Kings Tunnel on the L A near the Estill line caved in and killed William Johnson and injured J H McCoy Will Frazier and Frank Frazier McCoy iq bridge foreman and Johnson and Frazier were on his force and Will Frazier a freight brakeman Wm Johnson was a resident of Richmond and loaves a wife and two children who have the sympathy of the citizens of our county seat The third visit of Ralph Parlette dispenser of sunshine found great favor with his audience last Monday night His two hour lecture upon Millionaires was packed full of thought enforced by humorous illustration as only a Parlette can Incidentally from the fullness of his heart he spoke his good wishes for the College nnd its work and gave some good advice to the boy or girl seeking education Many say this is the best of his three lectures given hereThe examining trial of H H Hawes the traveling showman charged with shooting Sam W Bales took place in Judge Turpins court Friday The accused told a very straight story said that Bales threw naturiensuing struggle the gun went oil in flicting fatal injuries upon Bales Hawes furthermore testifies that ho 1111111111111111111111111 made no plfort to cwap surrendered to the ollicers helped to carry tho wounded man into the house mil us sinted in Konrchiug lor his wound Mr W B Smith represented the de fondant and County Attorney Cobb conducted the prosecution Judge Turpin after hearing the evidence lipid the licensed over to await tho action of the grand jury Richmond Kentucky Jlesister Columbia Mo Mar LEd of Citizen A clipping front the items from Boone was re cently sent to fl friend of mine hero together with a very kind inquiry concerning myself The clipping was to the effect that I had unfortunately died of some mysterious smith unknown malady and that my friends at Berea worn teat fully observing my funeral obsequies You rutty insert n line if you will and tell them that I most vigorously deny the charge I nui as lively a corpse as you most ever saw and enjoying all tho privileges social or otherwise which a student can by any hook or crook obtain Iam emir rying a full law course together with some academic work nnd have not flunked in anything yet Tell all my friends to snub their uos s anti brush away their toarej that I am still in the land of the living and send them all a most cheerful greeting T T Simmons II1111+11II11H +1I11 College Items HERE AND THERE HtHI1I IIIIHH111H Miss Nancy HeiiNley of Harlan county will bo a student hero in the spring term taking a special course Thin bricklaying class has boon provided with repair and job work sullicient to keep thorn busy during vacationMiss Nolen of Harlan coun ty daughter of Representative Xolon will bo in school here again in the spring tern T G Pasco class of 07 is mooting with good success this year in his work as superintendent of public schools at North Fairfield Ohio He has just been ro elected for another tear with a good increase in salary Tuesday mid yesterday were ex amination dnysLallt night tho A Rhetorical Class gave the closing ex excises of the winter term Tho spring term opens next Wednesday with prospects ofn good attendance Utile Dulco ladies Literary Society gave an open meeting in the Parish House Friday night nUll certainly did themselves proud Tho program was varied and exceedingly pleasing to those in attendance Tho editorial department of time society paper Tho Royal Banner was in the hands of Miss Grace Maiden Sue war ably assisted by Miss Ethel King at tho head of time news department and Miss Carlctta Odboruo in charge of the dyspeptics department This last turned out to bo tho joke department and if a hearty laugh has any eilicaoy in curing dyspepsia certainly time ilys pectics present went away in n better state of health The other depart ments of the paper were replete with humor as were also time original stor iesUA Yankee Swap and Adven tures of Jonathan Gates by Miss Lydia Williams anti Miss Mar garet Livengood respectively Miss Anna Ray very acceptably recited tune poem Tho Curtain The Review by Elizabeth Marsh of Jacob Riis BookuBow the Other Half Lives won serious and comprehensive Miss Sally Waldrons essay on Joan of Arc contained all the enthusiasm and pathos duo such a subject The meeting closed by a thoughtful and well delivered oration by Miss Elisa both Lewis Time wellrendered piano solos by Misses Leer and Livelihood added greatly to tho enjoyment of the occasion Seventeen Mormons are encamped in Washington including tho head of time church Joseph F Smith Prosi dent and severalelders and apostles They gave testimony Friday in the case of Reed Smooth elected to tho Senate from Utah whom the re form crusaders are trying to unseat on the ground that he believes in polygamy and was elected by the church and not by tho State e FARMERS We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices We pay 40c per doz for loose EggsC F GOTT CO Siimmuin in lorn InulucQ lniiiiHny Depot Slreet Huron Ky Ia rPoi Prices Right Groceries Fresh i o u o u Ii We carry a full o line of groceries 0 never over iWstock so always o have a fresh line o 0 u U IOUo io u S S 1GI PRESTONS Mus ST nnu o 0 o 0 o 0 occoooocoococooooocococo THE CITIZENS CLASSI FlED HAD COLUMN WANTED PUUCHASKR for Bii extra good sail tile now for twothird tin cost price Inquire or IrsMlmnir O l ornn FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hniul WII nlno have lard burner brick and bats for cisterns at very low price BITIW College Brickyard FOUX FAIN PEN twentycwnlmiiili and upward PIIIH mire gold Vith tostpnhlNIIOMKSPUNcovurloti linen linen suit pattemN etc I B Ambrose Conkting Ky ThAICollJoMason can spam n quantity of tho Buckeye Fertilizer which inndi surf tall good corn and other crops the past season For price etc apply soon h SEVERAL NS of good Imlwl hay and straw W B Jonw Paint Lick Ky ALSO PURIFIES TUB BLOOD annoucomont page Fair subscribers tako Remember credit your scription u- f Fruits and Veg ctablos always o- oil hand our fine line of Candies IPnose oro OlOlOllO Real Estate I o I Loans j S a in prepared r o Property nitmt INI o 0CO 0 o no 0- w THE BEREA o 11 5 BANKING COMPANY K o KENTUCKY o ooA0il0a0i0A0il0AOit0il0i107 11Io o DR FENNERS II Kidney Backache xoxo All pussies tilt bladder taj urinary organs Also dlfctao rheumatism gravel dropsy funuU Irnnl Curerbecome discouraged There U a cure for you If uccr nry wrliw IIr lVnuer line spent a llfutlinu curing Junt such cunci at your All oouiullatloiu aru FREE have suffered fur the past ten with backache and kidney and trued the most prominent physicians In Boston and Omaha and nil tho patent medicine I of In the hopo of obtaining Finally leetnR your ad I procured a bottle of Dr annoys Kidney and Cure and I with to thank you for the benefit I received thcrrfrom Twu bottle cured me and I havent a pain or ache of any kind I cheerfully recommit It to suffering friends Most sincerely your t Mlii ALICK McDONALI 2954 St Omaha N Fold by Druggists Mo Bud II Ask for Dr Fetters Almanac or Cuuk Hook Ku t e Write or Call on IIHARBER and HUGUELY p Main Street Richmond Ky for on Oats Clover Timothy Ip and other Field Seeds and Grasses Phone 35ijjjj t 7 t i See our this week on fl of time Worlds contest in which we give our an opportunity to part we give you full on sub account for every cent you sond in The estimates mire abso lutely secure for you nny See i roraronosororo I I f This bank to 0 first f f BEREA of kldnxyi heart backache Dont Ha years trouble many of heard relief Backache entirely all Barney prices free and youtogiven for the closest estimate made before March Iii but this does not lessen your chance to secure the 5000 prizo Send money and guesses to day Use blank on patio k The Movement for Good Roads By MARTIN DODGE Director of Iublie KoiJ Inqulrlet InflANY people arc alarmed in consequence of the of wealth and population in the cities of our nation but few seem to ap the effect this has on the rural dis It is doubtful whether anything can he done to interfere with the great eco nomic law that makes the concentration ofnum bers wealth and power in the great cities because there is a real gain in the wages of labor and the profits of industry so manifested in the prevailing r 1 tsystem but something can be properly done to offset the correlative loss which has fallen on the rural districts by reason of the great change in the wealth and population which manifested itself within the last gen eration One of the chief cornerstones on which every great city is found ed is cheap transportation not only cheap transportation for long dis tances over both land nnd water by means of which the food products and the materials for manufacture can be concentrated with but little cost but cheap transportation in the cities themselves by reason of paved streets and vehicles propelled by inanimate power The country districts lack this important clement that is to say cheap transportation to a great extent The vehicle propelled by animal power proceeding over a com neon country road is about as expensive a means of transportation now as it was 50 or 100 years ago and it still costs by that means for pas sengers ten cents a mile and for freight 25 cents a ton a mile It is for lack of cheap transportation primarily and mainly that the country people suffer That cheapness which results from great numbers is not attainable by them for their numbers though large arc diffused so the way to cheapen transportation in the main to the country people isonly by means of public highways improved at public expense t Prom time out of mind it has been the theory and practice that the cities should pave their streets and the country should make its roads but now a voice is heard through chambers of commerce and boards of trade and executive offices of the great cities to the effect that they are willing to pay money into a general fund the same to be used in im proving the highways of the country and no part of it to be used toward paving the streets of the cities Concurrently with this we find the southern statesmen coming rapidly to the front with a proposition for national aid in road building and for the first time in two genera tions we have the very remarkable spectacle of a distinguished southern statesman offering in the United States senate a bill authorizing the United States government to cooperate with the different states or civil j subdivisions thereof in the permanent improvement of the public roads Senator Latimcr of South Carolina is the author of this measure and says that it is generally supported by the statesmen of the south So we have now for the first time the northern farmers the south ern statesmen and the representatives of concentrated wealth in the great cities all favoring n new plan of cooperation in road building by which the people in the rural districts shall be relieved ofa portion of the burden and the entire cost distributed so that all shall bear their just proportion Many hands make light work and what was too Vieavy for the farmers to bear alone will be easily carried by these three great estates that is to say the farmers of the north the statesmen of the south and the representatives of concentrated wealth in the great cities r t Power of Individuality I By HON JAMES K VARDHAM Governor of Mltiitiippl Too much authority and power cannot be re posed in the people livery citizen should understand that with his hallot the laws of the land arc written that the gov ernment is just as good as he is and that in the pro portion that he is wise and just in the exercise of the supreme function of citizenship so will the laws of his state be wise and just in their operations The ability to govern ones selfto perform prop erly the sovereign functions of citizenship in a re public is greatly enhanced by practice The fact is rightrIt is the result of the evolution of ages the education of the genera tions and can only be pushed forward or maintained by the agencies that have been employed in the past IU11 in favor of putting in the hands of the people as much power in the government of the state as can be exercised without impairing the facility in administering its af fairs Responsibility produces confidence and capacity It awakens an intelligent and patriotic selfinterestthe foundation stone of all free government and social organization begets and encourages civic pride and inspires the citizen with the truth that he is the source of all political power as his labor is the source of all material wealth The Glorification ofScraps ByDR R S WOODWARD rTl HE usually keen American sense of humor seems to have failed us in the matter of college athletes Thus the re porters appear to think it essential to state that every distinguished college graduate who dies was a noted athlete in his day and they often ascribe great prowess to men of a notably opposite physique One might infer also from the prominence given to the shall number of punters and half backs of the lay that they arc the only college men who arc likely to succeed in life The spotting populace and the sporting alumni go wild with enthusiasm over intercollegiate contests while the press in a fashion similar to that followed in describing prize fights devotes much more space to these ephemeral events than it docs to all other educational affairs combined Ifis no wonder then that the lightheaded undergraduate at tires himself like a stable boy and affects the manners and vices of a cowboy without aspiring to the virtues of either He may be excused also for entertaining the hypothesis that colleges arc athletic clubs and that his professors as suggested by Mr Dooley will proceed leis urely to take from him the requisite minimum of formalities leading to it degree i HOG KILLING NOTES If All This Advice Comes Too Late Cut It Out and Save the Article for Next Year The best meat la obtained from hogs that are kept growing and putting do flesh close up to killing time TGe anI- mal should not bo fed for about 24 hours before slaughter When a pig Is to be killed see that the knives are sharp and in good form and that everything Is in readiness for scraping and hanging the carcass A cheap and suitable scalding vat can be found In a paraflln cask which nay be set In a slanting position at the end of the scraping table which should be about six feet long two feet six Inches wide and two feet high The water should bo at a temperature of between ISO and 185 degrees when the hog is placed therein It too hot or too cold CUTTINQ UP A rOHK CAHCAS3 the hair will not come oft properly The oldfashioned plan of testing the tern peraturo was to your a few drops uf tho pigs blood Into the water if It spread evenly over the surface the temperature was considered right The water should not bo removed from the lire until It Is quite polling and then if put Into a cold barrel the temperature will be about right when the pig Is ready to be put Into tt A small shovelful of wood ashes or a large handful of soft soap put Into the wa ter will facilitate the loosening of tin scurfAfter sticking or shooting the pig wait until life Is quite cxtlnU bcfcr putting Into the water It this is not done the blood In the capillaries of the skin will bo congealed and the skin be reddened Try the hair often to know when sufllclcntly scalded Remove the hair from the feet and head with the hands or with a scraper tho lid of an old coffee pot Is an excellent Imple mentand then from the body If properly scalded it will come off easily When tho hair Is removed scrape the body clean and trim It up with a sharp knife Yang the carcass up wash with hot water then scrape rinse with cold water and be careful to remove alt scurf Open tho body put tho Intes tines down and separate the connections near tho kidneys leaving the kidney fat Intact Remove tho paunch with the intestines keeping all clean so as to preserve the fat Cut around the dia phragm and remove the lungs and heart together with the wlndjMpc He move the tongue- A convenient way of cutting the car cue is shown In the Illustration Three cross sections arc made ono removes the head the next tho shoulders be tween tho fourth and fifth ribs tho next takes off the hams The carcass can then be easily sawed through with the meat saw This plan requires very lit tle trimming for tho hams Shoulders can bo trimmed easily by removing the ribs or neck piece and cutting away the scraps for sausage and lard The middle plcco Is then split through the center and tho lower twothirds of the side removed sawing through the ribs The ribs are then taken out of the side piece leaving the lean meat on tile side A part of the flank may be removed for lard and the remainder will be available to bo cured for bacon The lean meat on tho upper third of tho back including the ribs is called tho pork loin and Is excellent for chops or roasting pieces Fat trimmings may be used for lard and the lean trim mings for sausage The head and feet aro scraped and cleaned and used for head cheese or pickled Meat should never be salted until thoroughly coled after which the quicker it gJes into tho salt barrel the betterPloughman Care of Colts Teeth Many of the more common digestive troubles of the horse are directly trace able to some Imperfection of the teeth Neglect of these often leads to Imperfect mastication Impoverished condition ir ritability digestive disturbances and eye derangements When dentition goes on regularly the colt gets 16 new teeth eight In each jaw between Its second and third years Therefore the mouth should be often and carefully examined at this period and all Irregularities ad justed If tho colts system seems to be In a languid condition this will retard dentition and should bo remedied by ex tra feeding especially of oats Prairie Farmer Crude 011 Destroys Ticks We are advised that the agricultural department at Washington has decided to allow cattle from below tho quarantine lino to be moved north at anytime during the year If they aro first dipped In crude oil The department has decided that crude oil will kill the ticks and thus eliminate the cause of Texas fever and at the same time not Injure the cattle Tbo dipping vats must be es tablished under the supervision of de partment officers and dipping process must tAke place under their direction Midland Farmer A hog naturally Is a clean animal nn hu made him dirty APPLYING THE MANURE Very Little of the Valuable Elements Escape by Evaporation Says a Canadian Expert According to James McFadycan an experiment conducted at tho Ottawa ex periment farm and covering a period of years indicated that an equal weight of fresh stable manure and of well rot ted manure were of practically the same value for application to all the principal crops Practically the same results have thus far been obtained at that station Mr McFadycan says It is a great mistake to believe that manure wastes to any extent when spread upon the land Unless there IsI considerable fermentation thero will very little of tho valuable elements es cape by evaporation I do not recom mend too heavy an application at one time We seek to have It divided so that It will cover all the land every sec ond year if possible If tho manure Is reasonably short so that we may have It Incorporated Into the surface soil with the disc or spade barrow cultivator or gang plow In the spring and so about tho samo depth as we wish to sow our grain Its indirect value to the growing crop is greatest Farmyard manure is the most natural and perfect plant food avalable and It has indirect results that no commercial fertilizer can give be cause it adds to tho soil so much vegeta ble matter so much humus by which all clay and sandy soils especially are greatly benefited though not just yet available as plant food Dut whenever there Is a decaying of vegetable matter there Is always a degree of heat formed We see this very plainly In the manure heap Then let us have this heat formed In the soil that the growing plants may derive some benefit from It and the soil will be made more mellow crumbly and porous because of the heat and moisture HANDY HARNESS HOOKS Made of Old Doggy Shafts and Quit Strong Enough to Sustain a Considerable Weight Old buggy shafts can be made into harness hooks Buy new shafts Instead of repairing the old ones with baling wlro For harness hooks the crosspiece at- wood under the single tree that coneeta the two shafts Is sawed out entirely IS STRONG HARNESS HOOf close up to each side of the iron brace Then the bolts are taken from the cross piece and the loose end of the iron U bent straight down When putting the shaft on the barn wall turn It upside down and use spikes through the two holes In the Iron where the bolts were taken out as shown in the cut These hooks are neat and stout to 8elllWethe strongest point In the economy line is the safety In having new shafts when driving high spirited horses these frosty mornings Farm and Home SHEEPFOLD AND PIGGERY Petting sheep is almost as good as feeding them For satisfactory results in any flock the ram must be thoroughly well bred and typical of the breed he represents Salt should be In constant supply Sheep pike good clean and warm quar ters In winter and plenty of good fod derThere is a great difference between oily and gummy wool A sheep with oily wool will keep fat while one with gummy wool will grow thin or even per ish Buckwheat middlings are a good feed for hogs but they make rather more economical gains on corn and wheat feeds Buckwheat hulls are not fit for any kind of stock They make good lit ter for the poultry house and the fowls pick out any good stuff in them Farm and Home When to Feed the FowlsIFeed at regular hours giving tne lightest meal In the morning as it tsI better to have the fowls a little hungry rather than overfed so as to induce them to work for scattered grains It is not advisable to feed at noon The heaviest feed for poultry should be at night as rest and quiet favor dlges ion while a full stomach Is the best protection against cold during winter nights If any corn is given It should bo at night In winter It will be all the better If It Is warmed and some of It charred At night when exercise ht Impossible no unnecessary burden should bo placed on the system In the morning It is better to feed poultry with grain scattered among straw thus compelling them to scratch for it Legumes ou Stock Farms In some Delaware tests It was shown that alfalfa cowpeas and crimson clover were great factors in reducing the concentrated feed bills of dairy men and other stockmen It was shown that the maximum crops of al falfa yielded 1230 pounds of protein Iper aero or an equivalent of 1 tons of cottonseed meal The maximum crops of cowpeas and crimson clover contained each about 725 pounds ot protein A crop of clover and one of peas may bo made into hay annually from tho same aero of land hence where alfalfa falls to thrive these crops may be used as a aubstltute Orange Judd Farmer Berea Colle i e Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States LargH College Library In Kontucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young rsaland Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade School Ctrpentrv Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College for business sad for hfH College CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaur ate dt fr ua- iinlc Choral free Heed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to hillall who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free Gift 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the following coupon Address James M RacerBerea Ky JUT OUT FILL IN AND MAIL TODAY COUPON L I enclose S for Bargain No I Name j Postoffice State My guesses in the Worlds Fair contest are M j k J r a4 1I1Itt1II1 tif1t 1HH1ttlftfIl 1 r Eastern Kentucky News 7 correspondence published unless dined In full by the writer The name iNonot for publication but as an evidence of tool faith Write plainly TIrI1IMM MinIII OWSLEY COUNTY BOONEYILLE oef tho rut and having a good school a Boonoville The attendance is T 0 pe cent more than that of last fear Rev Campbell is priucipul am ttenches the advance classes the filth reader being the dividing lino The Bible which has heretofore been hog lected is being taken up and made inhThe primary classes are taught by securedswo om one of her distinguished teachers She seems to understand childs na ture consequently she has conquered them by luve and gained their respect It is a pleasant sight to see her forty scholars march in of a morning with their hands folded and all speak Good Morning at once and of eve ning to sing their Goodbye song and march out Wo have several scholars who expect to teach this fall some of them now holdingcertificatos Our first year preparatory class con silts of six members Tho brunches studied by them im Latin Higher Arithmetic Algebra lhys cat Geog raphy General History Rhetoric and English Literature Wo are doing thorough work and expect when we have finished the academy here to be qualified to enter college The pros pect of Booneville Academy for the future is brightGABBARD March SWe have had some very nice weather the past weekgaret Huff has the mumps at this intoehis house that he has recently erected A J Baker of Cow Creek was hero Wednesday to are Dr Kash cameyto get are some new cases of smallpox on Cow Creek this week Meredith Reynolds has them John Wilder is building a new store house near his fathers home whero he intends to keep a stock o- fgoodsJames Evorsolo of Cow Crook who has been very low with measles is much better now Al rod and Bill his brothers also have them Gabbard Bros of Cow Creek have purchased Becknell E Barkers stock of goods and will now keep goods at the same store Success to you boys In your now undertaking There is a fine lot of timber in the South Fork river rafted ready for taking to market The boys are looking forward to a tide soon so they can run their timber to the market Gel B Huff of Confluence Leslie county died oti the 13th of February He had been in bad health for a good while He was keeping store at tho time of his death and had a very flourishing trade The family hiss our sympathy CON KLIN0 March 8Oat sowing is all the rage now and the farmersare rushing all hands to get done Oats are selling at the unheard of price of D- Ocents per bushel Vol Taylor the smallpox patient has recovered and now has his freedom from quarantine A flock of wild turkeys has been soon on Island Creek this weeek Eli Taylor shot at one but as it stood perfectly still he missed itJohn Wilson returned from Lee county this woekEd Campbell of Boono vine has brought suit against the McCollum heirs for land lying on Doe Creek Mrs I B Ambrose visited her daughter Florence Row land whose daughter is very sick with fever this weekJames Hill of this place has gone to Estill county to haul logsN F Ambrose visited Booneville Academy last Saturday Ho reports a pleasant visit and a progressive school under the leadership of Prof Campbell Prof Campbell is certainly a fino teacher Will Mc Collum visited Jesse Wilson this week Henry Jennings has just moved into his now house It is situated iq a beautiful place on the riverPeter Hacker is doing a thriving business In the mule trade and he also buys some donkeys Several of Owsleys teachers expect to visit the St Louis Fair this year ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Mar fMisses and Nora Linvillo visited May and Reecy Todd Satur dayThere aro a few farmers around IIn1 rhere who are not dono gathering rom J11 Todd for oneMr and Mrs W II Stephens visited friends at old Scaffold Cano Saturday and Sunday onrMiss Dinksie Lake of Berea is visiting her sister Mrs Nan nie Hanmoud of this placoWna Rich hauls spokes mud or no mud Willie Roulett of Disputanta was here Tuesday on businessP S Cnllihaui who has been sick is some better Miss Sis Gadd visited homo folks Saturday Mrs Sarah Rich mond who has been sick is some better SCAFFOLD CANE March iMrs Margaret Richmond is on the si k list this weekRev J F Phelps preached an interesting sermon at the home of Mr and Mrs John Kimbrell Friday night Squire J R Richmond who has boon sick for the past week is some hotter at this writingMessrs Lee King and Marion Abney of Climax made a business trip to Berea Saturday J S Waddle filth wife visited friends on Clear Creek Saturday Maxtor Claud Waddle called at Daddy Todds Mill Friday on business Services were held at West Scaffold Cane Sunday H Ramey and family of Jackson county have moved to their farm on Clear ekRollie Davis wont to Borea Friday on business C C Holman was in Stanford Saturday on business Quito a good deal of excitmeut was caused at Todd and Holmans shingle factory Friday afternoon when a steam pipe burst and filled the engine room with steam No one was seriously hurt Fireman J Witt was slightly burned Repairs were promptly made and workWIll be resumed Monday JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER BOTTOM Mar SDied on the Ii7lh Hawkiu MtQueen of Horse LickOue the sons of Julius Van Winkle diod on the 29th Burial Sunday tho28A small boy of Henry Rogers cut his hand very badly with a chopping nx a few days agoMr and Mrs Robert Abrams child has loon very low with pneumonia but is now better The nice springlike weather is very ac ceptable after such a longcold winter Again we hear tho music of the ax and saw Adam Cowans wife is sick with asthmaTurp Abrams is hav ing a bill of lumber cut to build a dwellingF D Mayers daughters are planning to attend school at Berea in the springtermMrs Anna Hays is visiting her father at Berea this- weok1V J Hayes claims to own some of the finest lambs in the county KIRBY KNOB March 7Tho chaugoable weather has caused many people to have colds and grippe The names of those on the sick list hero are Mrs Jano Sparks Sylvester Bicknell aunt Polly Leinheort grandma Gayheart and the infant child of Mr and Mrs Robt AbramsD M Click who was reported sick last week is better The men here are working the fallen timber into crossties Some of the cull lumber here owned by the Cincinnati Lumber Co is being sold now A letter from J M Simpson one of tho firm states that he will bo hero when spring opens to close up the lumber businessA letter from McKee says that the school there under the management of Mrs Cora A Smith and Misses Kantein and Kerkhof is well attendedand progressing nicely There is also much sickness in that townMiss Minnie Hayes and little niece Lillian Abrams are planning to be at Berea this springMrs Tom Hayes spent last week at Bores with relatives John Leaher drummer passed through here this week Several shingle wagons will go to Richmond this coming courtJas Baker and faintly of Narrow Gap were here last weekRev Jas Parsons preached at this place Saturday and Sunday Jas Von Winkle of Big Hill lost a good horse recently Cbas Jones bought a milch cow of Chas Click MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE March 8Rov 0 A Nelson of tho Plymouth church brought his congregation and preached for Rev N H Talbott of the M E Church Sunday afternoon Rev Talbott will leave this week for tho Annual Con ference Mrs Mary Stevens had the closing exhibitions of her school Fri day and Saturday evenings The way in which tho boys and girls acquitted themselves showed that they had beets under good instruction Little Julius Routta speech capsized everything Edgar Ditmnitt is critic ally illat his home on Maddox Street Miss Gracio Lightfoot of Germantown is quite illGoorge Strawdor and family have moved into their residence on East Fourth Street which thoy have lately purchased from Prof T A IhielThu many friends of Miss Mamie Harris are glad to receive her homo from Nashville Tonn Miss Harris is one of the victims of the Walden University fire that occurred recently It is hoped that she will be entirely recovered in nfowdays Tho lunoral of Henry Robinson was largely attended from the Bethel church Thursday afternoon Mr Robinson will bo greatly missed as ho was loved and respected by all who know bimJohn Webster who attends school at Berea is home at present visiting his parents Ho seems to have fallen in lovo with Bores Louisville and Atlantic Railroad will Extend Its Line Through Eastern Kentucky The Louisville l Atlantic railroad will begin this month to tutoud its line from Beattyville Junction in Leo county The extension will be eighty miles in length andwill run northeast through Wolfe county crossing the O k K at Wilhurst It will then go through the northern part of Breath itt anti through the southern part of Magoltiu to Prestonsburg in Floyd county From that point tho road will be finished through tho eastern part of Pike county to the Wtwt Virginia line whore it will connect with the Norfolk it Western road The route has been surveyed and all arrangements made to begin work The country through which the new roadwill travelPike Magollin and Floyd countien has no railroad and is full of therichost coal timber and mineral lauds The completion of this line will open up the richest sec tion of Kentucky There HWUHH to IM no doubt of the completion ot time road and land owners along tho pro posed route are jubilant over the prospects It in estimated that it will cost 8000 per mile- LEGISLATIVE FRESHET All tho thoughful newspapers and leaders are cautioning the Legislature against time passage of had measures during the closing days The Legis lature has done all it ought to do and a good deal besides already and there are now over 200 hills which will be railroaded through without duo con sideration unless there is more con servative force exerted than hitherto The House proposes to hold three sessions a day anti there is certainly danger that some tired out legislators may bo worried into voting for meas urea which will make tho people tired FRENCH HIGHWAYS Splendid Sam of llond pllntc iiuuer In 1rnurr When Napoleon began his active mill tary career be at once Inaugurated a system of shipbuilding and to his roar sight In planning anti to the skill of his engineers In constructing France owes her present standing an a model to the ruaduiukcra of the world says a writer In tile World Today file orlgl nal Itoiuuu roads were built of solid ttagxtones placed side by side on edge making a perfectly solid structure The engineers of Napoleon were probably the first to learn and act upon the filet Unit broken stones closely packed toe gether would recement and form a solid bed The recognition of this fact brought about a revolution in rood bu hug greatly reducing the cost without materially affecting Its pray deal durability especially where a sys tem of maintenance prevail At the present time the French roads are divided Into three classes tho na tloutil highways which are kept In ore der by tho state from a general fund departmental highways which are ut the charge of tile department and township roads which are constructed by the communes but receive aid fur maintenance froth the state or the de partment The national courses as they are commonly called radluto from Paris like tho spokes from a wheel uinj connect that city with all the Impor tant cities and departments of tln country These courses arc broad and aro bordered with beautiful trees which make tho vista a delight to those who ride for pleasure Employ Skillful Unglneer It Is of vital Importance that object lessons In the form of good road build ing should bo well taught Model rouds should have none but the most skillful engineers and the most conscientious contractors employed In building them By making the improvement good and permanent taxpayers will soon become convinced of their desirability and de velopnlent Is sure to follow Should the model road however prove defective it would be a serious setback to the cause M M 1 1 Usually Needed i 1NIr1lostiltomoney on mortRKlIHtf10nnlIllvallcohlanksaud up deals Whenever you buy or soil prop 1ertylot the ImsinoHfl mid of it pass this hank Wo are confi 4 dent you will 10 pleasedIwith our t aorvico- I 1 1 The Berea Banking Co t M oooooooooooooooooooooooeo 0 o iio 0 meansSboughto 0 0 a o 0 Granulated Sugar 45+ c Obelisk Flour 75c Elephant Corn lOc 3 lb Tomatoes 2 for 15c io4 lbs Package Gold dust 15c 110Ssyrup 0o 5O 0o Stock nil tin way through In proportion this jn why it looks like everybody trades at 0 f W ESo I 5o5o5o5o5o5o5o5o5oSolo50So5oS5o5o5o5O5OSOSOSOSOl0SThe H Schools of Law Medicine Theology Education Each school has a special Circular of Infonnattan which will be seat on itqtitt The Courses in Medicine are given in connection with the work of RUSH MEDICAL 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