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HI nl J J IShfF- DEREA PUBLISHING COL E TOPPER Msnager nttredatthePot QlrtatPea Xyasecond- etas elan matter HIHHHHIHH i I VOL VII Five coats a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8 1900 One dollar a year es NO M IDEAS Lot uo learn to bo content with what wo have Lot us gut rid of our false estimates sot up all tho higher ideals a quiet homo vinos of our own planting n tow books full of inspir noon of a genius n fun friends worthy of being loved and able to Icvo in return a hundred innocent pleasures that bring no pain or re morse n devotion to the right that will never swerve n simplu religion empty of all bigotry full of trust aua and love and to such a philosophy this worldwill give up nil the empty joy it hnaDavld Swing IN OUR OWN COUNTRY It is reported that a considerable number of tho troops now in the Philippines have boon ordered to bo in readiness for active service and tho wise onus say that this service is expected to bo against China Tho attitude of tho Chinese people in many suctions of the country is in solent In the lust degree and they stern to need a lesson Anothor mis sionary tins boon burned out mid tub bed and there scans little anxiety on the part of loath ofllctate to pro tact Americans at least A mtmmiru of this fooling Is due to the rigor and brutality of our enforcement of the Chinese Exclusion net but another increment is the bihoocleclnOlM that S the victory of Japan over Russia hiss I induced In all Asiatics If the Chi nose wont a lemon In international law they are coming to the right source to Got one by provoking u fight with Uncle Sam Tho Revenue lift whleh was re cently iutroductKl into the Assembly and whiob has taken two yuan In preparation seems doomed to detail Its chief fuHtitfwi may IMS summed up as follows Tlie article taxing old land grnnUt the article taxing foreign and uomestio trading corporations one twentieth of one jM r cant oil oapital for doing IxwiuMB in the I state the article changing the entire I plan of collecting 8at4t and county I revenue through Ute sheriffs of tho severaloouatles or ts Commonwealth and the article taxing money received by Inheritance It te malar stood that tho tHtetkm as to efaariifa offieue tins alruady been abandoned V nl here 1s earlbttg awl pMBt t ut Iiopposition to nearly all the other- i sections Senator Patterson of Colorado caused a semmUwi in thn Senate last Friday by Introducing a resolution relative to the rights of Setmton in voting on InatlM The Demoonitic eructs of the Senate last week Mssed a vote that was a virtual threat to road any Senator out of the party if ho shouldvote for the ratiftaatkm of tho Dominican treaty Mr Patter sons resolution oalled attention to this notion and dttolnred that it was a plain violation of the spirit nud in tent of the Constitution that each Senator is entitled to one voto anti any attempt to coerce him Is an in vasion of tho rights of a state that any Senator who permits himself to bo so coerced weakens cud degrades his state that for any Senator to vote otherwise than his sense of duty dictates degrades his high office and assaijs tho dignity and standing of tho Senate Naturally Senator Till man objected to the resolution j There bo objections to the fl Dominican treaty nod probably is prorItrino once a Democratic ideal or to to protect every beggarly South flOIrIthat our policy in regard to the so coiled independent republics of tho Western Hemisphere is not one of- tflends we win and tails you lose The opposition of n majority of the I Republican Insurgents In only n mean fight against the President and the opposition of the Democrats with n row honorable exceptions is simply an opposition arising from a desire to hamper the Itajuibliuan party and so discredit It with tho people 4 The etMiidpntters in tho prosont Congress will receive n jolt from tho people If they lot tho commercial 1 4agreement between this country and come to nn oid without do Ing anything to conserve our groat trade with that country Germany has just boon reforming her tariff laws and on March 1 hot now laws will go into effect and unless some thing is done in the meantime liar markets will bo closed to trade with us A tariff bill of some sort must t bo passed or a commercial treaty negotiated by tho party in power or hero will bo trouble for those who stand in tho way Thoro Is u strongI movement within tho party for tariff reform and muny state conventions t have memorialized Congress for such i actions THE CITIZENr At tho meeting of tho United Mine IndlnnnpolisIttho ardor should go out on a strike on April 1 Tho strike was ordered because of tho refusal of tho oper ators to grant an increase of pay and some other demands Tho fooling was so high that Patrick Dolan tho President of District No 5 which is tho district around lltt burg was asked to resign by the delegates of that district for voting against tho saylugand tho present condition ho thought tho minors would bo doing well if they could keep tho present scale Unless some agency outer Venus 550000 mon will on tho first of April next go out and so practice ally paralyze the whole industry or the 01l1t011 States And this Is a government Of tho people by the people for tho people Much interest is manifested in the approaching contest in the Senate over the statehood question Senator Uoveridgo who hits charge of tho bill is hopeful of securing an early vole but many others are nut inclined to agree with him Tho supporters of tho bill are very strenuous in its advocacy but its opponents aro just as determined The critical point is thought to be the Poraker amend I ment giving tho people of Arizona tho privilugu of voting on tho ques tion of admission It is said that tho Deuwcruta as n whole and many of tho Republicans aro in favor of tho amendment bolngdebtedlives Under the order it has tho the right of way mUll disposed of A great desire to nwko speeches on lute bill lies boon developed January 81 tho Receivers and Shippers Association of Cincinnati at their annual meeting unanimously adopted by n rising voto tho follow lug resolution Resolved that the Receivers and Shippers Association of Cincinnati at its annual meeting nnd dinner sends greetings to President Theo dote Roosevelt and pledge our tireless support to him on his determin people shall bo pro tected by amendments to the Inter aisle Couiaieaw law that will empower the InterstateCommerce Commission to substitute a reasonable rato for owe found ou investigation to bo unreasonable FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tke council of the Powors in re gard to Morrooau affairs is still in session The minor points at issuo have all boon 8tt1d but there is still dispute as to tho policing of tho country Germany not being willing UponIposed by tho Moors for tho Morrocau I tariff was not accepted as it made the increase in duties so gront as to I positively prohibit trade It looks as though a rise of the tariff to 12J per cent ad valorem would Ira ac copied instead of tho 10 per cent now levied Export taxes will bo removed or modified and the rule makesIcattle can bo exported Lady Strathcoun and Mount Royal wife of the Canadian High Commis QueenIAlexandras of tho unemployed In accordance with a stipulation oft In a donor 517500 of tho amount will beox omlgmHOIl their families Thoro is n prospect that ecclesiast ical reform will go hand in hand with political in Russia thanks to tho In I sight of tho Czar Ho recently in structed Metropolitan Antoninus j President of Holy Synod of tho Orthodox Greek Church council to call an extraordinary councila body which has not sat it is sqid since 1051 This body when convened will consider tho whole question of I bettor and more liberal and enlight on hdtiiinistration of all church affairs in the empire It is doiibtloiv well known to our InIbuilt up In tho dark continent if that wero possible Tho carp of this was KingLoopoltlcriticism was made of the Belgian agoIcing pointed n commission to report on his administration of tho great trust Thoy Imvo reported nud although tho commission wus made up of those whom tho King himself appointed tho report is of such n character as to make it imperative that tho nations that chose Leopold us trustee of the State should call him to account QUARANTINE BILL Southern Congressmen In Caucus Agree on the Mallory Measure In Amended Form j TO BE INTRODUCED BOTH HOUSES rotate Where Stations Hue peen Ri- tabllshed Shall Be Turned Over to Federal Control The Secretary of the Treasury Is Authorized To Obtain the Title Thereto For Possession and t Use Thereof Washington Feb 7Tl1o Mallory national quarantine bill in amended form was approved by a caucus of 30 southern representatives and one senator the only negative vote being cast by the six Texas representatives Aa amended Senator Mallory will Introduce the bill in the senate and Rep resentative John Sharp Williams will Introduce It In the house and urge Its passage as representing tttc views of tho south on the extension of federal control of both maritime and Inter otato quarantine Senator Foster La presided the only senator present The following states were represented Texas Lou is ana Alabama Mississippi Tonnes see North Carolina South Carolina Florida Arkansas and Georgia Although Mr Williams who head ed the committee named to framo a satisfactory bill explained at Tues day nights meeting that tho bill provided only for the participation of the government as an outer guard at ports and did not contemplate necessarily tho abolition of the state maritime quarantine he added that ho believed federal quarantine1 would won super code state maritime quarantine An Amendment The following amendment Introduced by Representative Taylor Ala was adopted That In every port or ports whore quarantine stations and plants are already eatabHalied by state or local authorities It shall be the duty of the said surgoon general un der the direction of tho secretary of the treasury before selecting and des ignating a quarantine station cad grounds and advantages for vessels to examine such artabUaued stations and plant with a view of obtaining a transfer of the site and plants to the United States and whenever the proper authorities nhrUl be ready to transfer the same or surrender the use thereof to the United States the secretary of the treasury is authorized to obtain title there orpolon and use thereof it in his opinion such pus chase or use will be necessary to the United States for quarantine pur poses RAILROAD RATE BILL Seventeen Speeches All In Favor of the Measure Were Made Thursday Washington Fob 7ltaviag fixed the end of tho general debate on the rate bill at 430 oclock Wednesday the recognition of the chair was passed around at a lively rate In the house Tuesday Seventeen speeches were made all of them for tho measure Tho railroads came in for an unusual amount of criticism Mr Olllojplo Tex expressed his dissatisfaction with the reply to his resolution hint Irfg at a combination between tho Pennsylvania and other railroads Ho will address a request to tho pros dent to pare tho interstate commorco commission mako a thorough Investi gation along lines he win Indicate to clear up this subject THE CRISIS HAS PASSED Senator Hepburn of Idaho It Reported at Much Better Washington Feb 7 Senator Hop burn of Idaho was much bettor Tuesday His attendants say the crisis has passed and that ho will fully re cover from his attack of appendicitis riopresentatlvo HltL of Illinois con tlnues to Improve He rested well After several hours root at his homo Senator Pettus felt much bettor and was able to love his room for dinner Ho hope to be in normal condition InI a few tILTSINATURALIZATION BILL The House Committee Practically Agrees To It in An Amended Form Washington Fob 7The kouse committee on Immigration and natur alization practically agreed on tho Howoll naturalization bill in a slight fivo11100rssome other language and to speak and road English The bill provides that no person shall bo naturalized within 80 days before a general election MaJ Gen Sumner Retires San Francisco Fob 7Mnt Gen Samuel 8 Sumner commander of tho Pacific division retired from active service In the army and hia command was taken over by Brig Gen Frederick Funston commander ot the de eartxawat of Oellmtala I CHINESE BOYCOTT Increased Feeling Against Amer icans and Things American Is Pressed In Edicts STATE DEPARTMENT CONCERNED Minister Roekhllt Ii Under Instruc tloni to Keep Washington Well Informed of the Situation He Jt tx Himself at the Chinese Capital riAn Effort To Check Or AIIy the AntlAmrl Can Feeling I Washington Feb 7Report con tinue to pour Into the department of state from diplomatic and consular agents La China regarding the rapid Increase of feelings against Americans and tainea American a expressed in edicts cued by local authorities In various parts of tho empire For six months the situation in China has been the subject of very genuine con cern to the department and Mr Rook hut the American minister at Peking Is under Instructions to keep Wash ington thoroughly and frequently In formed of the Ituattoo He la also exerting himself at the Chinese capi tal In aa effort to check or allay the AntiAmerican feeling that appears to be growing While not admitted that tho situation U ono of Immediate dan cur the omi ale here will not be at all surprised at any developments a month may bring forth All Foreigner Affected Although at the outset demanding only a return to the provision of the original exclusion treaty of 18SO which excluded from this country Chi nose laborers without specifying the classes of Chinamen which should be admitted In some provinces manifes toe have been istuod declaring that it the boycott Is rigidly adhered to Am erica will be forced to forego any ex elusion at all Such expressions have boon Immediately dealed by Mr Rook Nil at PeteUjr Alt ousb directed pri marily again Americans the feeling of III will that seems to be growing In various parts of the empire is In teiyteted by OrleotaltttB to hue afar doepor meaning In a word It is de laml tebaaHMMl8a and there are indications that all foreigners with he possible exception of Japanese will soon be as keenly affected as are AmericansInformal enUxtoab regarding tho Chinese ritual ton already have been exchanged between some of the European powers but thus far this country has not called foreign nations Into oonanttKtHm THF PACKERS HEARING United States Attorney General Moody Took An Active Part Chicago Fell 7UnJted States At torney General Moody took an active part In the trial of the packers case At the opening of court ho was called upon by Attorney John 3 Miller who represents Armour Co to produce tile original copy of a lotter written to him by President Roosevelt or to admit tho authenticity of a copy which Mr Mlllor produced In court The attorney genoral admitted the accuracy of the document as a copy but declared that the clause In the letter which the attorneys of the pAck- ers construed as moaning that tho do partment of justice and the department of commerco and labor were working on the case In unison was not correct Ills assertion caused much excitement among the attorneys for tho packers and they objected to the statement of tho attorney general as being Improper before tho Jury Tho letter was not offered In evidence but was marked for Identification TRAINS COLLIDE i I Four Person Killed and Ten More or Lets Seriously Injured Porirand Ore Feb 7Four per 5 jns wero killed and ton were more or less seriously Injured in the col NavigationPassenger train No5 known as the Pacific Express from Chicago ran In to the roar of passenger train No3 known as the SpokanePortland spe cial which was standing on the main track with a disabled engine The rear Pullman car on tho Spokane Portland special was badly wrecked The Shortest Sentence On Record New Orleans Fob 7Judge Wil liam Pugh of the stato district court at Crowloy La broke tho record OB short sentences Charles Molancoln aged 16 years was Indicted for creat ing a disturbance at a ball He plead guilty The Judge sentenced tho boy to pay a small fine and ono minute In Jail So His Wife Could Get Insurance Baker City Ore Fob 7H E West aged 30 a newspaper man of LogranUe who had boon in Baker City several days became despondent because of his failure to find work and committed suicide in the Crablll ho tel so his wife could get tho insur anon moncx A Family Newspaper Eight Pages I 7twd0ie1Wuc YalerttaAM WbM rM p 1 aSwU a 2 Jan 4 tO Did you know that we issue money orders payable anywhere on the glob with out coat or trouble to the payee Our ra tea are lower than the pot office or oxproas company and the servioe given is more aatiaf actory The following are our rates For sumo not exceeding 5 3C Over 5 and not exceeding 10 5C Over 10 as u i 20 8c I Over 20 rr tr m 30 ioc Over 30ar u u 40I2CO- veri 40 d Ie a 5o 15c Over 50 tt Ie rt 6of8cO- ver 60 tf it u 75200O- ver 75t ar ra 1oo25c- Please cut this out for future reference t tso r Cashler1 i I HATS OFF Did you ever notice some menlbokIbeErer witk their hats off This is because their hats dont suit them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexion Our Prices are Never Matched Granulated Sugar 85 Gold Medal Flour L 00 Obolisk Flour j 65 Meal t 2i upBuildingDid you ever notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his trading a- tWELCHS P SSanta Claus is atopeing nk our place ate kostoalotRoala etokostor oKorortokoko ottortokOltoKo ttokoKokoK0 5oAtta- g The Little Three i o o X 0 oxNo lThe Big Four war drove the price of o building paper down from soc to 350 o o Our price has always been 4oc I0 xAo X No 3The Big Four was selling barbed wire o xAo x0 And still you ought to buy youro goods of the Big 4IQoI A 0 A P SETTLE JrI 0 Phone 40 0olsakeltotto11ot1oko Jtollotgoiso ootl itfoftetuaatoilotlpittitook lpetls I I I n f rr n T 4 e eeeoesooeesses HER SECOND a I VALENTINE i By WRIGHT A PATTERSON 4 004e000460404O- St Valentines day but it brought no expectant flush to the cheeks of Jcnnlo Morris Rather sfeo was Jennie Morris 20 years ago now her neigh beta knew her as plain Jane Morris Ten rry years ago oho bad been a blithesome girl lust budding into mag nin m vKWnauhooJ the belle and pet of Cie village and people generally had voted Henry Fraser the moat for turrr of u rren when It was said that Tone ri was to be his wife Twenty vvr n ro How long the tlirp ceeiv i to tlo woman living alone nov ia ttp villas where onto she had rnd as queen ParcnU gone to fiir Ion rest ten yrs be fore leaving her Jst a sttQlcIant com pet ice ti Irop tenser from the door She was rfl idolised by the village folk for el plnyed the rolo of Good Samaritan In every needing Kvcry day in the year eae homj va tt tic beck and call of needed hrr help nut St Valentines day KM liar own her own to be spent alone with the greatest sorrow of her life for It v at on St Valentines day- O years t fore that the had driven Henry Frasir from hot by a hit of foolish pettiness For 3C4 days of cart year bs east this sorrow from her that the might be of help to oth ers tilt on this one day she brought it all iTCk to her only that she might rUrr h tho love the had spurned so oiilyVt ra the remains of her simple breakfast had bwn cleared away she j went to tho drawer of the little secre tory and tools from it the mementoes of Ier courtship of the happy when she was the afflanoed daysji Henry Fraser AJDo lthem was 1golden circle he had placed upon her finEar when oho had said yes to his wooing She bad never returned It us for years after she had driven him from her she did not know where to send It Than when she saw his uamo mentioned as a prominent bust ness nteh of an eastern city the little Irclct with Its modest setting had become too dear to her to be parted with and besides he bad probably forgot ten Its cxltnc Then too there was the val tlne It wag the first and bust ono i had sent her after their engaseoi1 nl it was btoauae of this Kami valfirc that the had spurned the love I r iri l It was but a pret ty ecre a Vnc message written on a pin sleet of note paper and signed THE QOOD SAMARITAN i with hlB spume How angry she bad beenx g44t clunehow shQ had ext petted one those silk and lace affairs expoicd far sale In the village f store She could still remember the one the had particularly admired and expocted It war much the finest thins of its kind In the village that year and her dlaappointizieat was but heightened when Luty Edwards dune In bearing the coveted bit of Mntl meat Henry called that evening and she I deliberately crumpled his love mea I sago into a ball and thew it Into his- face In vain did ho attempt to ex plain that he was making every ef j tort to save for their homo She would not be pacified If silo was not worth shcIleave and never returni And he did leave Loft the village ion the night train and she had never fecn him again liar mother found tho crumpled bit of paper on the floor where It had fallen and realising its I full significance had carefully ald It away Within a week tho willful girl was lamenting her loss but Henry Fraser was gone gone she knew not where nor for 1C years did she so much as hear of him Then one day Iin reading the city paper she attractS led trio attention of commercial cen ters throughout tho country There could be no mistake for It told of his I having beon born and reared In this same village I Jenjjlo Morris sat until well towards noon recounting tho memories of tho t happy days bofore that fateful quar rel and was awakened from her rev ortos by the tlnklo of the bell at the iiuimvr front door When silo answered It ue of the village children tended her an envelope It was plain white and bore nothing but her address In a strong masculine hand and the village postmark It was Just such nn nave lope that hall brought her valentine 20 years before The writing born tone roes nblsnee to that of the failed little not she bad jut Wen roadlngand rereading so many times that morn lag What could It meanT She was almost afraid to open It and carried It tick to the little secretary with out breaking the sent There was a strange flutter In her heart She looked at tho long slats beside her and noted the flush in her cheeks She was almost beginning to hope and the hope was growing so strong that she dared not open the envelope she dares not dispel the dream she was dreaming And she wu dreaming Dreaming In spite of herself of her love come back to her Twenty years agnlnI rlatlle belle of the village the aft fleneed bride of Henry Fraser She slipped the little golden circlet lying beside her on her finger and as she did so the tinkle of the doorbell again aroused her Jane Morris the village Samaritan was wanted by some of the village folk but the dream had been too real for the awakening to remove tho flush from her cheeks or the love light from her eyes and they were there when she opened tho door Jennie There was entrefcty In the voice of the man who spoke there was love In the eyes Into which she looked Honry The entreaty was answered Eyes looked love Into eyes and Jennie Morris had received her second valentine as the affianced bride of Henry Fraser i Gladstones Tribute Washington is the purest figure In human hfltoryW E Gladstone f Cn1 I litt lala l1li lahy uliu3rHityot sJjall 3 flntfi fur tjnur nalrn line HHUIUT mid fiomrro urr fare may guramg olb SIbttrr is king iamj Hilda mill not iiltmr and fun mill uat sImr So lltll Imiplfcat lafcg mutt Ijprt is arty lPtu1 for your uatoit Ithtl S eeeeoeoeaoooaoo t LINCOLNS f FIRST CASE j An Incident of His Career ate New Salem Ill oeseeeeeeeoeeeeThe from Mrs Mary Hartwell Gather woods Spanish Peggy a story at New Salem lit at the time Lincoln resided there The complier can claim credit for nothing more than the grouping of the incidents into a com plete strait story Abraham Lincoln was studying Blacketone In the oailn of Minter Gray tam at New Salem when Richard Yates came In The two young men were the beat of friends sad it was the custom of hlcnnni to rifle over from Jacksonville whenever opportunity offered ror a few days with his 7 i friend Going In for law are you Abof said Yates as he noticed ho book Lincoln was reading i Mighty Interesting book this re plied Lincoln I Tm going to study law myself said Yates and lets make a bargain to try our first case together t Tire bargain Is made replied Lin cola and whoever gets the first oaed calls In the other for assistance I I Shlckshftck was dead and New Sa lem mourned for him Shlekslwcfj the Sac Indian who preferred to Ilv4 among the whites to life with hla tribe who had been foster father to Peggy since the days her Spanish fa flier had laid her an infant In hl4l arms when the father was dying a had none but this Indian friend wit whom to Intrust his baby daughter the stepfather of Antywlne th French boy- PeggyI was In reality Consuelo Lori mer descendant of Don Louis Lori mer at one time Spanish governor of his majestys possessions in the now world All New Salem knew this but they did not know that around Shick shacks waist was carried a snakeekln tilled with Spanish gold that belonged to the crippled child That Is thuy did not know thla until Sblckshack 1 was dead when Antywlne turned the snakeshln and Its contents over toI Lincoln to keep for her If New Salem folks had not known of tho existence of Peggys gold Don Pedro Lorlmcr Now Orleans gam I bier had He had been with Peggys father when the little fortune had been Intrusted to tho Indian for safe thanIly by claiming relationship and guard childIto be found when Lorimer arrived at the village after the death of Shlckshack and demand i ed possession of the child and her belongings Ho came backed by a set of young hoodlums from Clarys Grove It was Dick Yates who met them at the Rutlodge tavern but he t was powerless Thoy wanted the girl but they wanted her money more than i anything else and Lincoln had the i money Taking the girl with them and accompanied by Yates they start ed out to find Lincoln They found him at the homo of Antywlne tbo homo over which Peggy now a girl of 18 was to be mistress Lincoln you have eotnewbero a snakeskin filled with gold belonging to my young cousin over whom I claim legal guardianship Produce It and l you shall not bo harmed It was tho Spaniard Lorimer who spoke I Boys you ought to be ashamed of yourselves said Lincoln addressing himself to the young fellows from i Clarys Grove rather than to the Span lardI We didnt come here for a speech Abe We want tho money and wIIwllnt It quick yelled Redmond Clary And you wont get It replied Lin coin String him up like a hercetulaf cried a man at the rear Walt oojQMAHdwl Ltnwln stretching out his long am I will not wait while toys praaUti speeches This la not what was prom IBM me hissed the Spaniard What Red Clary premised yeu returned Lincoln was that if you would cancel his gambling debt to yaunuK he would make me hand over the girls moneyClary was off bis horse and at his ne cuter In a moment and Lincoln real lied that he must fight It out lie was standing on a slight elcratton where he had stepped the hotter to ad dress the crowd and as Clary came at him ho caught tbe bull bedtd chair pion by tho collar and flung him aoroaa the ring It was a flRht to a finish new and Lincoln realizing that words would be usoloe should he lose In this eon teat of tone went at It to beat tU ad versary la the paly court that ad versary would reeognlse It was a fierce contest for a few minute nod then Lincoln caught Clary with a MnalQg blow beneath the cttln and tabled him to the ground whore be twith the wind well knocked out of him Standing over Clarys h4r Lie cold may an lapuctoneU speech is the ethers of the rowdy gang fer Jars tleo for his little Spanish client He told her history he told who Dea Pedro Lorlmer warn he appealed U the buM that was In them to their love leI their sisters and he won sad Don Pedro LerloMr knew that he lard won and spurring his MIne forward he attempted to ride the young orator down and to grab the smkeeklo which Lincoln hat paved to Yates ftbo beginning of tar tight Aa he dl so Antywlae aroused from a stupor darted from the esbln and grabbing the bits brought the Mora to Its hounehos Before tie aoteai bed rider could recover Llaecta asked with whimsical significance Boys how would any of you like to get up out of ehiland lever and find all Clarys Grove helping a stran gel rob you of your own dear gaJ7 Tho question bad the deelred ef rectoDown the village street went Don Pedro Lorimer and alter him went the crowd from Clarys Grave They caught him at the banks of the gangsmen and rolled him Into the river in a barrel WUer counsel alone prevented his being allowed to drown but he never again appeared in the vicinity of New Salem to molest the brldo of Antywtae and Lincoln and toI Checker Ah hello old tonal Where are you living now Seeker Never isutl ty njy I dont care to receive nay oonilo val entities Two Great Kamoe The sword of Washington The staff of franklin Oh sir what asaoojatloui are linked In adamant with tbooenamoel Washington whose sword was navoi drawn but In tho mum of his country and never sheathed when wielded In hit countrys causal Franklin the philoso pher of tho thunderbolt the printing press and the plowsharol Job Qulncj Adams AS TO SILAGE HANDLING onyenlcnt Truck Which Any Farm er Can llako Propor Location of Silos Ono croat feature In the feeding of slime Is to have the silo handy to the feeding floor and In iMltftlag the silo BMMeleMt thought should be given to this as it takes time to food silage Mid although perhaps but a small TRUCK VOlt IIANDUNQ SIIWVOK amount dally during the whole ftodla aaaeon It amounts to eonsUernoit When one has good feeding alloys aad a good many cows to feed the whaal truck Is certainly the headiest hat the man with the feeding fork mat UM brains or some little cows will get 90 to 10 pounds net the large ones per haps only II to SO Bushel baskets are aoMiMMly Head and when oae haa not too raaar cows work wall aa II Is eaey to see that the lOW seta the right amount they are sot too hoary in gIU AND EARhandle easily fx r our ae oxplaiaa A writer la the Rural New Yorker we have a trick holdlag sheet to beiaheU like sketch In Brat IllaatraUoo atewax ad on two larger wheels la center and mailer one at Neb sad The costar wheels are not aa large aa we wish they were sad the truck doesnt mm Itself U you are building ooe get tN dater wheels plenty large enough The track Is wider sad longer at the ton than at the bottom so that wheels do sot pro let over side or end One of the best planned silos for handy feeding we saw this summer aa the farm of D FairehtM PalrfteM county Conn Mr PMrehlld feeds slap practically UM year around two of the silos are nine feet In diameter and the other If feet I believe They all opera out at the tame point right at the feeding flow A RRMtml plan sketch of i lee aad ham floor Is shown In our second Illustration There U shed I root over the silos which la cheaper and better than a roof over each silo STRINGY MILK Condition Hot Duo to Disease lint Generally to the Feed Supply Now and then a farmer is putaled tt ibo appearance of strlnalnete In the milk a few hours after It Is drawn IIIIIelther Sometimes tho strlnlnwe is due j to a ease of garget but In most eases it Is due to mom Important oauee There urn or tain growths of a minute nature faun i sometimes In the pee tures but of n In the hay that pro duce this atinginoaf explains the I Farmers Review There Is only one I way of getting rid of It and that Is I by excessive care when the milk Is drawn Generally the trouble begins I with the stirring up of the hay before mllktag and tko filling of the j air around the cow with a vat num ber of particles that have In them the power of davelqpnont In developing In the milk those attach themselves ono to the other and make the white strings so annoying When tho thing occurs persistently In tho stable It II probable that those spores exist In great numbers In tho hay Wo can only advise In such cases that tho hay be not given the cows until after the milk Is drawn nnd taken away Trinoilnff Trf J In February Tho last time I trimmed toy youag ap ple orchard I did It In February It never born better than it did after that I think this Is a better rule than to do the work earlier If I could not trim In February I would wait till June Wrapping Fruit Wrapping apples and other fruits In paper promotes a uniform tompsrature and prevents decay Besides this such prepared fruit always haa a pleasing ap penran co whUh certainly aids In the JClllDB ORCHARD BRUSH BURNER Novel Contrivance for DestroyingIthe Tree Prunlngs Hauling Out 9f Orchard When I was In southern Oregon not long ago I saw what was to mo a new Implement It was a homemade af fair that was tho outgrowth of the no cosslty for petting rid of orchard pruu lags H K Mender of Jackson county Oregon who U an uptodato or chard lilt conceived the plan of build Ing a portable brush burner in which the refuse left aCtor pruning could he got rid of without the trouble of haul lag It out of the orchards lie made a frame or running goal of four poes about six Inches In diameter using two for axletrees about seven feet lone and on top of these two others about tee feet long were bolted near tit + ends forming a rectangle To the un der stale of one was fastened a round I Iron rod whose projecting ends ware used M spindles for two old farm Implement wheels about a foot In di ameter These wheels ware hold in place by linchpins that were put Uiravfh holes made In the ends of tin atriftdlea at the blacksmith shop on tan farm The burner proper was a hugo Iron basket or crate about ilx by ten feet on the bottom by two foot deep made of old wagon Urea riveted to gather The mashes of this crato wen nearly a foot la diameter whirs was sufficiently eloeo to hold the brush Tho bottom was covered with oh sheet Iron jI serape to keep the coals from falling through and thus hold the Cre Oa one end which was the front and nut where the team was to be hitched It was sided up to the top with short Iron to prevent too much radiation of heat la that direction Chains or Iron rods were fastened to the frost oat sad extended about ten rest forward to pat the team a proper durance trim the tire This erode araL made oa the farm oat of old scraps served a most excellent purpoee It was taken late the orchard where the brush wa oa the ground a Ire kindled It end as the brash WM piled on esssemed It was dragged forward laJmore brush added until one attar the other was horned and out the way Mr Moadcr told no that some of his neighbors made fua of It Md thought It wan not practical bet a few borrowed It of him awl haw there ate several in the vicinity I When I Mat saw tile humor near a tool shed 1 did not laatantly enUsh the ideA of Its we hat emly A word WM aecoasry to envy the thought of Its saving of time sad labor vxptalai the correspondent of the Rural New Yorker It it laeipesalvo to make and thoroughly practical la ire It may be that other brush outrun have been med but Kr Mender anM h+ had never heard of one and Umwte I hie aa aa expedient to eve Unto and trouble The idea la oae ot the bat that I have mt la many years and de penis to he put Into practice all over the country where orchards exist To get rid cf the timings In seek an easy AN onrtiAtm IlfttIIftt CllIIway la a greet saving for troublesome and bulky It maLl a aPI sled bawl them to nests dleunl pine and then tusks a bonfire ot them but when they cut be pot on a movable fire little by little and pot rid of it la a ihort time onoe for all It Is a I greet economy of tine and labor There might be some Improvements aided to the crude Implement as de I scribed such as an Iron running gear although this Is not Important for the lire had not burned the frame However It there was an Iro1Iframe the bottom could be left par llally open that thoro might be bet tel access of air from below to cause quicker burning and allow the ashes to drop through readily Tho top should be larger than the bottom so tM brush would RO In easily Four whets would ho bettor than two for they would lesion the draft on the team U Is not desirable to build a very largo fire for fear of searching the trees on either side and making it uncomfort able for the men and team In attend I ance Two men or perhaps one would bo enough to gather and burn the I brush and one horse might pull the burner on four wheels There Is lying about almost every farm some mate rial sunn as old Iron wheels axles wagon and buggy tires that might b made Into one of these handy burners with the aid of n bnlllljand at little expense provided no forgo oa tho farm to lessen east still more The frame bo week or It might heat nnd sag the ground Let there be hundrediof toII these brush burners mado without d lay by our orchordlsts and put to uoe j Several neighbors might own and use one together This will turn the brush Into ashes and spread them In the orchards where thoy should Le and save about half the expense of gel tine rid of tho brush This convenient vehicle IE shown In our Illustration iI Treat tho Heifer Right I Jcowhelp It Also If she Is provided with clean water and not allowed to drink out of n mud puddle she will not drink filthy water I Oats for Oats sheep for are I ulnrlY lambs and ShecpI f for market Fed In corn the Orange Judd FarmerI u- I HHHH r r r I H r r I I7Ir r r I r H BereaTeachers If t ADDRESS ALL LRTaR9 I TOU KY iHH I MMIlHlHIHHHI I NOTES Tho first meeting of the Clubwas hold last Friday evening at three oclock in Lincoln Hall Short but Intoresting talks wero given by Prof Diusmora and J It Doggs and then plans woro made for meetings during the remainder of tho school term Meetings will bo held every two weeks on Friday afternoon and all members who aro not in school aro urged to drop in whenever it is possible The programs will bo both general and professional but will largely be relating to Public School work problomsing will bo summarized in the Club column and wo trust that on the weeks there is no meeting to report members who urn not in Berea will fill the spuco given us with otters Miss Tribblo Mr Dra hear and Miss Pattio Moores are the program committee and any one who has n subject which ho wishes to have dis cussed will please send it to thorn AJrnnccment fur Teaches Every one who lUll tried it knows that public school work in the rural districts of Kentucky does not afford employment sufficient to justify an ambitious young ulan entering tho work for life As n result wo find that the best young men aro leaving the teachers ranks and going into some good profusion which will afford them a good lifo occupation This is not as it should bo for the schoolwork needs the best talent tho highest training tho most tin swerving devotion that our young can afford teachers aro largely born not IAll it is not every ono who is good intelligent and trained who can successful so the reason is all tho greater why tho schools should not lose the few who seem by nature fitted for this groat work There aro three lines of developh meat open to tho professional rural teacher Ono of these is to combine public and private school work by teaching n subscription term after the public term is over the second is to arouse enough interest in a com munity to secure local support for a nlnoinonth term of school at a good salary and the last is to become connected with or establish a private school There is need of any ono of those three kinds of work it young mon of ability and energy will but lake the matter in hand Later I shall dtscurfs how each ono of tbuflo lines be taken up and some of the things upon which sue core in thorn depends Tbe Normal School nut A bill embodying the ideas of the Fducational Improvement Commie sion and calling for an elaborate system of Normal schools for the Btnte was introduced into the As sembly by Assemblymen R WI Miller some time ago This was referred to the Committee on Educa Don which committee recently reported a Normal school bill como thing different and much less elaborate Tho billWI reported 1 i proposes the establishment of one Normal school and appropriates 25000 for tho erection of buildings Iqdtbo sumo amount yearly for the support of the school Wo are ad I not to despise the day of email things but If there is to bo a Nor mal school in the state it ought to be moro adequately equipped than that Tho sum provided in the bill will make a very inadequate und moa gor provision for a Normal school worthy of the name and of the state A saving consideration is that by which the people of Richmondj I propose to donate tho ground build lUgs equipment of tho old Con coni located in that place If tho I a Assembly will accept the otTer of tho people of Richmond and amend the bill by doubling tho yearly appropri ation for tho support of tho school Ientucky may in time havo some thing n Stato Normal but ono cannot bo supported oq Anything I like what the bill calls for Better kill tho bill at onco and wait for a IIwisor Assembly than to accept some thing that will queer tho whole I Normal school idea by a lamentable J failure I NOTICE I This is to notify all who know l themselves indebted to mo to pleaso I call and settle their accounts t Short settlements make long friends and of course wo want to bo friends and do business together in the future as we havo in the II UespectfullyIMrs A T Fisn elfot Ladles Furnishing Goods call at the Now Caoh Store they have a p full line of up to date poets I History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War t CtiAiTEn II Continued The new year of 1802 began with winItorand muddy Tho number of our sick increased alarmingly Dr John Mills began to find a regimental surgeons position quito a responsi ble ono IIo not only had two churches fullof sick but a largo number wero nt private houses in town whom they received tho best of treatment at tho hands of tho loyal men and women of the plate In many instances they not only allowed our sick boys shelter but prepared suitable food with their own hands and doubtless saved tho lives of nanny of tho survivors of the Eighth Ken Lucky Tho author among many others will never in lifo forgot the kindness of Dr Mudd Mr and Mrs Speed Mrs Milbourn and Mr Philips with a host of others The Misses Solby though strong South ern Hights women owners of a I largo hotel gnvo up sonic of their rooms to our sick anti woro very kind to those quartered in tho Selby I house These old maids wore untlr ing in their care for Captain Minter I and probably saved his lifo as his doctor said nothing but their nursing could havoieturued to us ono of our best young officers who subsequent ly lost his lifo in action at Stono River Notwithstanding the good citizens of Lebanon and the well portion of tho regiment did all they could for our sick with the attention of several resident physicians deaths through tho latter part of January and first half of February wero of almost dally occurrence Tho 15th of January by laborious work with our inuxpericnced officers we hud our musterIn roll prepared and wore that day mustered United States nervico for three years or during the war Captain Mayhotv with Company A returned from tho Rolling For of Salt Itivor about eight wiles die tant from Lebanon whore ho had been two weeks guarding a bridge Uuoknors robs who bud made their appearance thoro and committed name depredations on private indi viduals laving fallen back toward Bawling Groan whore tho enemy was said to be in largo force Tho 21st of January wo received the welcome news of the defeat of the rebels at Mill Springs Ky and tho death of their General Zollicoffor and his AdjutantGeneral Payton by our forces under Thomas Wo made many demonstrations of joy over this great victory as it was culled at the time Wo did not then know that such a battlo was a moro skirmish compared to some of the bloody engagements some of us would participate in before the re hellion would bo whipped into peace But as anxious as wo were to see such n result wo lid not desire that other troops should gain all the honor and victories therefore wo wero very desirous to leave Lebanon and bo In more active service The Fourteenth Kentucky Infantry aqd the First Kentucky Cavalry had In December taken an active part under Colonel Garfield iq routing Marshal and his rebel horde out of Southeast Kentucky Now tho Fourth Kentucky which contained nanny of our neighbor boys had boon winning bright laurels at Mill Springs while hero wo ware guard ing a few quartermaster stores nuts ing our sickBnd burying our deceased comrades in numbers almost as great as wero slain on our side in gaining this muchtalkodpf victory at Mill Springs The continuous rains and consequent mud prevented drilling what few men wero able for duty and most of thorn wero daily on duty as guards nurses or haulers of wood and other fatigue duty About the first of February wo moved our camp down near the do pot and remained thoro doing garrison duty until the 10th of March TJofore this Forts Henry and Donald son had fallen into qpr comradoa hands Bowling Green had been evao to ted without any serious engage ment and Kentucky was nearly cleared of armed bodies of tho enemy We daily chafed at our being held back The 7th of March tho Eighth was paid up to tho Slat of December 1801 having previously received ono months pay from tho State Two of our lino officers Lieutenant Crook and Amy had resigned and during the winter fortythree of our men had died three times that number wero yet unablo to leave their beds withabout 250 convalescents most of them quite feeble On tho Oth Colonel Barnes called the company officers together and in formed them that wo wou1c march morningOur order with enthusiastic cheers Tho busyIloiters to write home informing dear friends that at last wo were bound for Dixie Captains Hickman and Winbourn Lieutenant Nickels Martin and Carson being reported unable for duty were ordered to take charge of the convalescents able to leave tho hospitals and private houses whore many wore quartered and follow In a few days on tho cars to Louisville and join the regiment thereOn the morning of the 10th of EighthKentuckyhurrying his comrade in loading our garrison equipage A cold misty rain was falling At lost all tho good byes had been said to our kind Lebanon friends and the column pikelIavlngnot to let men just out of the sick beds unnecessarily expose them solves our column did not cover half tho space it did when wo loft Estill todrlzzlocame quito sloppy At four oclock p m we halted in Springfield the county scat of Washington and quartered the mon in the court house Company commanders borrowed several cook stoves of citizens and tho men ooon had tho town perfumed with frying bacon and boiling coffee The 1 1 th wo camped near Bardstown Hero Col Barnes informed us ho had just learned that wo were brigaded with the 23d Kentucky Col Munday Dud tho 3d Minnesota Col Lester and that ho had orders to march directly to Louisville and probably passedthroughour colors unfurled keeping step to the lively music of our martial band That night we procured abundance- of straw for bedding and the owner of the pasture being a home rdbol talked loudly of private rights until Maj Broadhus told him if ho said another word he would arrest him and march him to Louisville before a musket Tho 18th we pitched our tents at Hays Springs on tho bluffs of Salt River whore wo also found the 23d Kentucky During the night and next morning a heavy rain fell making the cooking a difficult task and marching very disagreeable Col Barnes proceedod to Louisville in company with Col Muuday Tho night of tho 14th wo camped within three miles of the city whore wo remained several days Tho 1 5th our sick and convalescent arrived at the depot The officers not knowing whore to find the regiment quartered the men in barracks where they remained several days When those able to join tho regiment re ported thoy appeared proud to onco more tako their arms and place in the rank with thoir comrades All the mon not able to mnrcU were given descriptive rollnd sent to hospital in the city principally to No7 wagonsforprepared five days cooked rations andearly tho morning of tho 19th struck tents and during the preval once of n heavy rain storm marched through the city to the wharf whore spentinequipage including mules wagons and horses to two steamers the LadyJacksonTho assigned to the Jacob Strader and Third Minnesota Colonel Lester commanding to the Undlno and the Denmark Captain Rice of the Third Minnesota onco a citizen of Estill County and an old person al and political enemy of Colonel Barnes mot the latter oq the wharf Tho Captain extended his hand say happytoyou doIt The Colonel clasped tho hand anti replied I am equally pleased Bon to son you enlisted on the side of law order and good government henceforth let us be friends And these two bravo men who a fow years before had in tho boat of passion engendered by bitter speechtried bythotheir old differences of Whig and Democrat henceforth to be brothers in arms against treason and rebellion To De Contlnuedl Embalmed FlipperI presume hU money is taiutetlFlapperI wouldnt be surprised goodsbUlinelJ8lToliQ we Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office 8 Ra BAKER Dentist o e- rBEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without plnSomnoforme FOR SALE Some of the best properties in Berea and its suburbs at remarkably low prices Must sell at once or the properties go off the market Call quick ly and buy while you have the chance You can see me at my office on Main sreet Berea Ky Call or write r G D 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only medicine that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest coned ence telling us aU your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn OQ Ot I YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs F L Jones ol Galbtln Tens For since taking Cardul I have gained JS tbs and am in better health mybusbandwgjght in gold to all suffering ladles A Treat for Our Readers THE GREATEST STORY OF MODERN TIMES IS WHAT CRITICS HAVE SAID OF Under the I Red Robe ly STANLEY J WEYMAN We have arranged to run this story in our columns and consider both ourselves and our readers for tunate in our ability to give them the benefit of this remarkable piece of fiction There is an Intense interest in every line of it and we advise every reader not to miss any part of this rare literary treat THE OPENING CHAPTERS will appear in these columns in the near future WATCII FOR TIIEM 1 The Citizen all Independent family Newspaper rublUhed tnfr Thursday at Borea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos AT ABU IK ADVANCX One Year II CO Biz months JO Three months J3 Bend money by IostoOftlttI fancy Order E- xml honey Order Check Draft Reglstarod Letter or onu and two cent stamps The date after your name shows to what date rour subscription li paid II It In not changed rlililn tare weeks alter sending us money notify us- enbtcrlbtri wishing Tna CITUFN stopped aust notify ui attho expiration of sub Mrlptlon paying all arrrart otherwise we ibatl cilder wish it continued Notify ni at once of any change In your adJrcaa t old and new addiusca- Kcliinff numbers duo to wrapper coming olf IUPfliedAgents wanted In every locality Write ten tonal Anyone tending ni four yrarl iub HrtpUoni Tut cniisM tree for one p sc JIll No Longer a Myth Latter day Iconoclasts or more properly knockers have attempted to destroy what they call the myth regarding George Washington and his little hatchet They have contended that the alleged Incident merer trans pired for they salil that no proof of it was In existence Thor am now undone for a man in Virginia has found the hatchet That is he has found a hatchet Imbedded In a tree not a cherry tree but an oak and on the hatchet handle appear the lat laILouis GlobeDemocrat who will deny iJthat the father of his country did cut the cherry tree and then refuse to lie about UT It is gratifying that a I A tradition so dear to the American beart should be so strikingly proved illtrue And the calumniators should be forever silenced We should de iposit that hatchet in tho Smithsonian Institution and whenever a mocker t carlscs to deny the truth of the cherry tree episode we wjll crush and cOn- vincer him by showing him the hatchet And hereafter we must be more care ful in the preservation of material evl deuce of historical incidents We would suggest that the presidents big stick be put away for future ret erence before it is quite worn out Wo will need it some day to prove that it iwas used to preserve the worlds peace And the president does not need it now He needs a spade and I pick to dig the Panama canal with These too should be carefully preserved to show to future generations for otherwise they may not believe we I dug a canal at all With the perversl ty of a doubting class they may say Show us the canal but the pick and spade should convince them They might At least convince as that the canal was to be dug A womanqtrs J stan- ley of Lincoln has been awarded a prize of 250 by a Boston firm for the best answer to Jlje question What constitutes success 1 She wrote He baa achieved success who had livedJ well laughed often and loved much I who has gained the respedt of intelli 1cent men and the Jove of little chit f dren who has filled hi1 ruche and ac complished juts task who has left the world better than he found it whether by an Improved poppy a perfect poem or a rescued soul who has never lacked appreciation of earths beauty or failed to express It who has always looked for the best In others and given the best he had whoso life was an Inspiration whose memory a bene diction fImmigration officers state that there 4s an extensive business in doctoring immigrants so that while really unfit they can pass the physical examina lion at Ellis Island When past tho barrier they are at liberty to relapse and do BO promptly In many foreign cities there are hospitals far the treat ment of people anxious to enter the United Status Especial attention Is given to trachoma an eyo disease very much dreaded in this country In this there may be another form i of graft- With reference to the engagemennt of Miss Alice Roosevelt the London Express says In the United States Miss I Roosevelt Is known as the American r princess and her doings occupy more space In the New York papers than Is needed here to record the actions of the entire royal family Lots of people are poor today because they didnt know what was going to hap pen In 1905 Lou more will become poor because they think they knew what will happen in 190- 6Nowadays almost every kind of business is carried on In parlors According to the advertisements the only proper place to eat or drink to buy or sell Is a parlor But ludicrous though the parlor fad has become throughout town it remained for a Fiftynlptli street blacksmith to reach the very top notch of absurdity He brazenly displays the sign Horse Bhogjnj Parlor Tha report 131G4GJ48 coins I e struck off during the past year Some 1 JQJV C4j thQ Qlher lt M1fiH I c 1r it 1 UL I FROGS OF HARTFORD POND Pome at Ringing of Bell and Chil dren Feed Them to Mice and Sparrows Tho first heavy sheet of Ice has glazed Jewells pond on Farmington avenue and the bullfrogs have sunk to the bottom burrowed in the mud and will not be seen again until the warm spring days says tho Hartforc CourantThese amusing little water pet have been trained by Mr Jewell und answer to tho ringing of a cow bell They como to the surtacn swim In the direction of tho sound mount tho bank and wait there to bt fed Thoy have no fear and can b picked up and examined by anyone Who has tbo courage and desire tc become more familiar with theft clamminess The first that I heart of the pond was through a nelghborn boya little chap of 8who walked boldly up to me and said Wilt you please let mo set mj1 jmousetrap in your pantry I tried to assume him that 1 was not troubled with mice but hG pleaded and persisted You see I mIght catch just ono and then Id gel a nickel J lie frogs are out and un boys gets G cents a head for every imouse or English sparrow that wo can catch alive And there aint air mice in our house he added with a look intended to exclto sympathy Two days later I mot him again Fiftyfive cents ho exclaimed jingling his pockets Caught em In the barn seven mice and five spra rows Grover Cleveland eat three at once Ho was gone before I could demand an explanation as to why the tame of our only exPresident should be so familiarly mingled with English sparrows frogs and nickels Grover Cleveland is the big green fellow confided the good natured Scotch gardener with a broad smile lIe always manages to get the biggest and the most Mr Jewell named him Mr Jewell Is a Republican Through the summer months the hospitality of the garden was extend ed to me and through it lay a short cut between the studio and the house so during the four dally trips back and forth I managed to see quite a i the of the frogs and their amusing ways As I passed through at noon time I usod to ring a little Swiss cow bell that was kept In a summer houso on the edge of the pond and I soon found that not only the frogs but scores of little goldfish who had learned that the bell meant a meal ot soda crackers would start from every part of the pond and come In the dl rection of the sound When the frogs reached the bank they would scramble on to the grass and sit In the middle of the dirt path perfectly still and look meek and dejected until some motion suggested mouse or sparrow Once the air becomes chilly not even food will bring Mr Jewells water pets to the surface On a cool day at the end of September I made sev eral attempts to get them to rise without success Just as I had given up hope tho neighbors boy appeared Thoy wont como up no more this year he volunteered and I am glad of It I want the pond to freeze over I made 316 out of mice and sparrows and I am going to buy skates Btilt ginStilt races are just the thing for a group of healthy young people who must do something new all the time on their holidays Stout poles about eight feet long with blocks of wood either nailed or lashed firmly to the poles about two feet from the ground furnish the equipment The sUlters Teat the foot on these blocks a mUll forward ot the heel and the poles are passed under the arms and held firmly Mark out a course of a hundred yards or so and offer a prize to the one who first crosses the line The awk ward stalking and stumbling of thq competitors unused to such strange footgear will be ludicrous to all who see It If there is danger of walking on Ice hidden by the snow it will be wise to put sharppointed Iron tel I rules on the bottoms of the stilts as otherwise some bad tumbles may re sult Country Life In America Invention in Ancient Times Mere invention was regarded as somewhat vulgar in ancient times Archimedes made little by his mechanical Inventions They were only the amusements of geometry he said and only at the behest of his soy ereign did ho consent to give practical expression to the many wonderful schemes with which his brain teemed And when Euxodus and Archytas took seriously to mechanics they were denounced by Plato as corrupting and debasing the excellence ot geometry by making her descend from Intellectual to corporeal things The Inventor was long thereafter de spised by the philosophers and me thanes regarded simply as a branch of military aft Physiology Disliked Language study Is disliked by the pupils In a certain school for these reasons Because It Is so teagous tedious Because I dont know what It 1s Because it is always telling you something you know hero uro some of the reasons for a dlsllko of physiology Because it tells you all about digestion Do cause it Is only for people who want to I A doctors Because It makes my head ache Because I do not like to read what Is Inside us Be same it Is only for men and boys from a girl of thirteen Because It makes me nervous Because I dont carp About J iSl green by rleno i rIi Ih 11I 1 f1 I c wlft iittjj rtf tIft 3EIutra1II LIUtt By DR GEORGE HARRIS Preildent of Amherat College IJ I HREE attitudes now may be taken towards the democ racy in which we have our habitation may be taken by educated man One atttude is withdrawal One may isolate oneself from vital concern in the actual life of the people Hav ing an assured Income provided by others a man play devote himself to pleasure to travel to literary culture I putting himself practically out of relation to the world human struggle and attainment Religiously this was theI monastic life of the middle ages out in the ness out of the world The second attitude is the parasitic or even more strongly the- piratical One play go into the democracy for what one can get out of it for oncjclf Such a one would exploit democracy for his own benefit and pay as light a taxas possible The generations and con temporaries have established a society holding certain values and the exploiter like the thief in the night breaks through and steals The state paves him the trouble of maintaining a band of armed retain ers Laws nnd courts Ire good for they protect hint in his thiev ing The army Is at his b rckthat he may till his vineyard and run his mill The maxim of a pirate in a democracy is Mv rights your dutiesThe third attitude is the reciprocal A nail looks out on democ racy and contributes to u putting in as much as ho takes out or more paying his full tax making his pursuit part of a whole which is for good Ills maxim for nJ least half of his life is Your rights my dities The educated man is expected to take thil last attitude j He has been loudly accused of taking the first attitude of isolating himself from public affairs or at least of holding aloof as an Impracticable critic of the order of things of standing on the shore declaring with many gesticulations how the ship of state should be sailed but never handling a tiller or pulling a rope There has been enough of this to bring reproach on academic discussion of affairs By academic dis cussion of politics for example is meant theoretical impracticable doctrinaire nut there is an important part for the man of talent and education to play I do not say that his part is more essential than that of the average workingman for all parts arc necessary in the social organism The eye cannot say to the hand I have no neat of then but also the hand cannot say to the eye I have no need of thee The state needs citizens of intellectual ability of character I and of high standards for leaders rulers and teachers and has a right to look to thr university for them since the state directly or indirect ly maintains the university By cherishing higher educational insti- tutors the state signifies its need of cultured men in the professions in business in legislation By a process of selection young men of promise and ambition continue their education for several years that they may render service ofu higher order than manual labor the service of leadership which is as much needed as manual labor with out which manual labor is inefficient That is to say the state ex pends on a selected class a thorough training that they nay ba fitted for higher service in the state We have outgrown the crude notion that democracy is equality and that it has no ule for an aristocracy Sonic belated doctrinaires I arc still proposing schemes for equalizing the condition of ahem But it is not the purpose of democracy to raise nil men up nor to draw i all men down to a common level Its purposc is to put the best men in tlc highest places to recognize superiority For the aristocracy of birth it has no great regard although it does not forget that blood I tells For the vulgar aristocracy of wealth it has supreme contempt To the accident of rank and title it is indifferent But It recognizes I the aristocracy of merit knowledge character Democracy would re place the aristocracy of birth by the aristocracy of worth would set aside the aristocracy that buys place with gold for that which earns place by capability and distinguished service Democracy needs noth- Ing so much as it needs such an aristocracy Physical Development of School biIdven By PROF STUART H ROWE Heed of Department of Loslc Psychology and Pedagogy Training School tor Teachers Brooklyn N Y I So much progress has been made in lighting heating ventilating and seating schools that these fornjcr scapegoats for the mistakes of teachers and supervisors no longer serve their ancient useful purpose There is a de cline in the physical condition of children from September to June even in the best built and equipped schools The following are sub matted explanations as possible causes 1 Failure to make proper use of school equipment 2 Faulty postures in sitting especially while writing and in standing and walking especially while carrying books 3 Lack of provision for outofdoor play 4 Lack of freedom from restraint indoors 5 Methods productive of worry and confusion 6 Over stimulation due to failure to provide rest periods or proper alternation of the harder and easier work 7 Failure to adapt method to individuals lacking normal physi cal developmentImportant suggestions are Abundnnt time for free play in the open air winter amt summer and in daylight more short vacations rather than one long vacation better knowledge of school equipment by teachersfrnorc attentiop to postures sitting standing and writing plays games outofdoor observation free constructive work adaptation of the childs instinctive forms of expression necessity of making important forms of reaction habitual and not merely suggested essen tat healthfulness of clear and definite method and straightforward dis cipline in avoiding confusion the reduction to the minimum ofsources of worry such as examinations tests marks rules and regulations and arbitrariness or nervousness in teachers provision in the pro gramme for rest periods and alternation of work preparation of teachers to detect symptoms of eye and ear defect spinal curvature or in dications ofdisease to test where it is desirable and to adapt method to such physical defects as cannot be removed and finally positive gymnastic exercises r L fl r i jj tiiCt TRAPPERS PROSPEROUS Furs Are Bringing Better Prices NoW Than for ThirtyThree Years Past N Tho many trappers operating In northern Minnesota will reap a rich harvest tho present winter meaning many comforts even luxuries In the log cabins of scores of sturdy settlers in tho wilds of the northern country who aro mainly dopondont upon their traps luring tho cold months for a livelihood sayS tho Duluth herald The settlers and professionals In tho country directly tributary to Du luth look for the most part to mini marten and otter to make theIr trapping operations protltable and lid pelts of these little animals nt pros cnt command a higher price than at any time during tho past thlrtytbrot years white there has been a decided slump In the prices paid for furs tram tho black bluo and silver fox whIch bring onlY50 each now whore n year or two ago they wore as high as f300 apieceLast winter lt50 was cotuldfcred a good price for a mink pelt and It wasnt morn than a season or two back that 260 was tho highest paid for a single poll of this kind Now a choice raw mink fur will bring 111 and a marten pull front S18 to ISO where 6 or 7 was paid last winter An otter skin Is worth 22 Just as It comes from tho trappers hands which Is away above any price paid for more than thirty years Quito n few fisher are caught through northern Mtn nosota and these are worth from 58- to 10 Beaver are very scarce In this state They are worth from n to 9 each Tho higher prices paid for furs will also prove a boon to the Minnesota Indians or such ot them at lout all have any business ability A good many of tho Indians trap during the winter but tho trouble with the ma Jorlty of them Is that they do not know the value ot their catch and are likely to sell a 122 otter pelt for 4 or 5 and a ill mink pelt for a dollar or perhaps a pint of whiskey jThe white man Is well aware of this fact sail some agents make It their business during the winter to do noth- Ing but buy turn ot the Indians sell- Ing them later at a handsomo margin of profit These agents usually travel from reservation to reservation by dog team or snow shoes Even tho little weasel scores of which dally leave theIr tiny tracks In the snow on the outskirts of the city aro worth I eaoh fur their pelts They were valueless tbreo years ago and two years ago were worth II conta each For a time last winter the pelts brought 10 cents ouch The weasel also belongs to the homologue of the American sable together with the marten mink fisher and otter The American sable really Is tho mar ten according to some authorities It tie commonly called the pine marten laud at first glance the only dieting uishing feature between It and the mink II a spot ot beautiful orange color on its throat Just under tbo chinA grizzly boar skin la worth 40 If In tho boat condition but of course grizzly boar are unknowu In this state Many block bears aro trapped and shot however by settlers Indians and trappers Banks in Mexico- A report from Consul Canada of Vera Cruz says tho recent Increase of capital stock elected by the fiance de Londre y Mexico and the Dance Central Mexl Cane II well as that contemplated by the Iltnco Naelonnl de Mexico his awakened among the directors of many of tbo local banks a desire of Imitating thoso Institutions The consequence that might result from a simultaneous and altogether too rapid expansion of a group of financial concern the greater part of which are without markets for their stock la foreign puts and which do not enjoy the favorable conditions tho larger concerns have succeeded In obtaining seem to be overlooked Con sequently for the purpose of limiting the circulation of specie or paper money to the necessities ot the country tha government will not permit local bank to Increase their capital stock without first complying with certain restrictions prescribed by a recent executive de pertinent order The Worlds Treasury Jonathan and his continent hold tho money grip With onetwentieth of tho worlds population the United Statue has two thirds of its banking power capital surplus circulation and dopes Its being considered Tho basking strength of tbo world has Increased 105 per cent since 1890 while that of the United States has expended 170 pir cent New York city 200 per cent New York bank clearings average greater than thcwo of London nod far In ex cuss of those of any other financial con ter With expansion comes responsi bility Serious financial straits In America would bo folt the world over So Inextricably Intermixed are tho fates of Berlin Vienna London Paris and New York that none can suffer without the others Modest Youth Tho GlrlOh dear I 1 wish I wore not rich I shall hate to Imvo people think that ours Is not a lava match The Man Yes I suppose It does look as If you were buying mo Clovo land Leader Cynical After all said the sentimental youth love is a lottery I dont know about that answered the cynic You have some chance ID- a lottery Washington Star joA tii4 nnu n un n nnSAVED BY PRAYER How tile Manly Stand of Ono Young Man Helped His Companions to Reform Good by Harry remember that mamma will always pray for you safety Those were the last word liar hoard as he went out of tho gate toward the railroad station to lake the train for New York Tho words kelll ringing In his oars as the train crawl rapidly out of the village anti new scenes came to his view At the sta tlon In Now York city his uncle was walling for him In a few days Harry was at work In tho now grand store of his uncle There he became acquaints with young men of his own ago who icctecd friendly Invited him to join In then excursion parlies In tho evening andrvisit them at their homes Before first week had ended he had vII + t three of the boys of the city had taken a trip over to Jersey City whir IfV- eral other boys took a trip an tbtli bicycles Harry hall brottffcl hit wheel with him anti enJeMl the trip over the new country very until After they had pons a durance they stopped for refreshments nail soon he found himself standing at a liar In I saloonWhat will you have harry he heard ono ot hll new friends Inquir ingIll take a slaw of lemenada If you pleaseH answered larry Pretty good Joke Harry but you dont get such stuff here we Lre all- s olnl to have beer 111 order AM far you too And before he oould Uitiik of an answer ton bartender had placed It before him Harry felt a lump In htc throat but with a fixed determination answered No I do not drink II Pnhawt exclaimed OM of the young men you are not temperance art yonT H A glut ot beer GAnnet hurt you It Is healthful said another I premised mother repMed harryithat I would not drink anything that might make a drunkard of we and II I never begin I shall never have to atop no ona has over become a drunk ard who refuMvl the first glass but runny drunkard meaMl to Mop after they had tattoo leer er liquor Just once no I shell not drink It was a long speech for Harry ta UlII1ce Kit hft thowght of hM rnihere prayer and reoJved that she tkmM nt pray lit vain lie estjMMd the I buy to ridicule him for his rssaarkstWhen Tom Anker the young teas who had worked next IP him at the stare therefore took blAt by the head and I with Mutton said Thank ym liar ry ny mother used to tell m ike wale thing she think lint boy has cores brought the Intoxicating cup le hi lips I promlwj you tint from lenilahi on I shall try to keep It It Hrprlwd limy greatly I Hut Ids surprise Imireawd when oneIthe other young men calM said I promised my lot that I would never i tentnIIJsaloon to drink when ho one tho last time and ho told could not keep young men In ploy who were adillctttl to the drink habit I wanted to keep my premlM but always was afraid to refuse when In company of others Boys soul Adam Wagner this U jFfatheroften hoard him say that the first glass WAS the opening of a life otNnttMry Ho often axkwl mo to leave all IntexlJeating drinks alone I moan to do H after today anti you follows must help me to keep my promise Wo shall wo shall replied hit friends Immediately But toll us Harry sold the yenns man who lied spoken after Tarn hew was It poMlblo lor you le rofme Didnt you expect us all to tough al t your remark What Nave yen each courage In this hour ot danger Harry told them the story In lili simple truthful manner canelitititig with tho wards Boys my molders proper saved- me Harry said Adam when yon wrlto home again tell your roiUiei about the occurrence this evening and I be sure and say that ve were savod by her prayer N Y Observer- TEMPERANCE POINTS A modern chemist hn said that Ic nine quarts of alcohol Ultra IB leAf- food than can IJe spread on the oue of n table with a knife Greater culnmlilp are inflated on f mankind by Intemperance than by tbt threo historic smurgos ot wnr pea tilence and famine W It Gladstone A New York mn wile orrtMied and I fined n6 for giving his horse a pint ol whisky Evidently New York la mort caruful of Its hora8 than its people At the recent charities oonttreneo ID Cincinnati E O Torrance rouerln Indent of thu Illinois reformatory states that of 278 boy between tiltJage ot 10 and IG In his 9 per cent were addicted to cigar etto smoking Why Women Hate Strong Drink 1Uo lingering IlfoIong struggle and despair of eountlee women with drunken husband are enough to rouse ell women to curse strong drink = Dr J G Holland Ij w f I W I 5 OUR BOYS AND GIRLS BACKYARD SHOOTING MATCH In Exciting Aftalr and It Didnt AltIThere was a target practice on at the Dark Yard Shooting club It was to be a match between the president the vice president and the secretary The treas urer did not shoot and they lot her hold the stakes because she was always fair the treasurer was only a girl any way she liked all the members und v showed no partiality She was also um pire for the same reason Bljoa Just as good as a boy said the president only she cant pitch But 1 aint blamln her for that neither TUG PUnaiDKNT rau1V NED AND PLACED ANOTHEU PEA IN TUB SLING IS Girt la built different In their bones lost they cant throw good Tbo treasurer Will good to lookupon with her round red cheeks big brown elO11 and tousled hair Not a boy lo the olub could beat her running and as for climbing trees oho was like a squirrel t Bbo could climb higher than any otI them because as tho vita president explained Shes light and she dust I GO out on little limb at would butt with usboysBut I said there was a target prac tin on The guns used were Ilrlcky Smiths bOlt Improved unpatented Go Hath peashooters and the target was an old leather carriage cushion on ono end of which the secretary bad painted a fresh spot of wblte paint The oar rtagi cushion was neatly tied to tho post r uf the dothoAhorno and was all that eqW be delrad as a target Deeauie you see if you hit Itox plained the president the pea will make a spot on the paint and well know who gets nearest the middle It was bound to be an cxelllng affair for the stakes were high tho presidents Mcead best Jackknife the vice presidents jowiharp and the secretarys red crayon pencil were In the hands of the treasurer all to be turned over to the winner shooting began promptly at JrJJO Saturday afternoon Three IThoapiece were the limit for the the worst said the president oo tan secretary bad to begin Ho fired hit Lint shot wild nobody ever knew whore it landed lllng The second hit the edge of the bulls oye hang The tblrd thumped on tbo oar irlage cushion somewhere but left no on the white paint The secretary saw his red crayon pent ell from his possession and he Ifalghed ns he stepped bock out of the the public Send the same called tho presi Joel and the rice president took his plato In the arena Ills right hand trembled slightly but his eye was firm for he longed to possess tho presidents eoootxl best jackknife Dim Tho CArr cushion respond ed lint left no sign Booms A tiny spot appeared In the bullVoye Just far enough In to make the secretary emit a groan of despair Siam Still nearer the center and the Tlco president retired with the fire of hope burning In his right eyeho had shut the other so tight when he sighted the work that It Hadnt popped open again as yet f fast tho best of all tho garnet It was Sow the presidents turn He took rather Ilkei new fanned things Strange inventloni home he brings And I think this queer now broom his place haughtily He measured the distance and calculated Plngl Tho pea low far but there was no thud on tho target The president frowned and placed another pea In till sling I Pong It now and bitsomepartof the clotheshorse The president knit his brows so tight that be could hardly un ravel them Whang Tang There were twp distinct thumps All gathered around the target Yes there was the tiny mark of the presidents pea farther In than the others but square In the very mlddlest middle of the center of the bullseye was a larger mark and a small atone lay on the board beneath Tho treasurer laughed so hard thai she nearly dropped the stakes Thats my etonel she said The president wasnt doing much and I turned around to flro that stone at a pear and It slipped out of my hand and went backwards The stakes Is hers said the presi dent manfully She hit the middle The treasurer smiled joyfully and then laughed again I dont want era she said The knifes too mortal dull to cut anything 1 cant play the Jewsharp and I couldnt draw a barn door with the pencil you can all have em back 0I Well said the president If Isnt Just like a glrllSarab Ires In Boston Globe I THE LIBERATED ROPE Trick Which Can Oo Easily Dons When You Know Row But Which Mystifies the Audieuce Take a stout rope about 20 feet long and hand It to your audience for Inspec tion After they have examined It let I one of them bind your wrists together with a handkerchief This being done have one end of the rope passed over the handkerchief and let the cords then be held up by ono of tho company Now request the person holdlnk tho ends to pull one way while you pull the other to show that the handkerchief la lightly lied There Is apparently no way of getting the ropo off except when the ends are t u I now THE TRICK 13 DONE untiedYouafter making one or two rapid movements of your bands and arms you throw the rope oft and exhibit your wrists still Hod- Wonderful as this all seems II Is very simple and requires but little practice as shown clearly by the accompanying Illustration says tho Peoples Home Journal The part of the ropo market MA It rolled between the twists until Il works up through the handkcrchle and forms a loop through which yoi pass one band and then by giving Ihi rope a smart jerk It comes off easily PETER AND HISTORYS VISIT One nlfht eomn Illitorr with a roar Knocking m Peter bedroom door- Peter saw It Ive rome to see Why you refill to study me And up It Jumped with skill and grace And mt right down on Peters fate New tell me Peter then It cried What year Harotm AI Itaiehld dld And then toll me the month and day Whn the Armada poseed away And Jest who was Urmotthtnew T n me of Julius Cnwar please And how about the civil war And what U meant by open doorr What do you know or SntadlnT Vrni IVIilnfT tat or rather thlnt Do you know what Ihe Moro arirTell me of the Juggernaut oaf So History went on until Peter began U feel real III Alai cried be I uu that I Will have to study you or die noitou Glob II The Mouse and the Tooth Brush XVhlch he brought to sweep our rool1l I choOIJ1t=ClaCipratf J1Qlllrer n SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON leaU8 Calling Fishermen International S S Lesson for Feb 111000 UT IlEV WILLIAM PVANH B D Director lllblleal Department of the Moody Dible Institute Chicago Oniolul Lecturer of the Cook County Chicago Sunday School Amocla tlon on the Jntsrnollonul B S Leasoua Copyright 190e by Joseph IJ Bowie Lesson Luke Cil11 Golden Test De ye therefore fob lowers of God aa dear children Already In our previous lessons wo have seen Christ as the Founder of the kingdom ot Heaven upon Iho earth Ho was born a king Ills baptism was In a sense the Inauguration of the king the temptation the testing ot the king Being himself thus prepared wo see Him now starting out to recruit the first members of Ills kingdom who In addition to being members or the kingdom themselves should alto be Instrumental In enlisting others under Its banner Same Call Extended ToDay In the call of these first disciples we recognize the essential condllloni which were to underlie all subsequent calls to discipleship To discover there conditions should be the purpose ot all who teach this lesson The fundaraen tal condition or conditions underlying entrance Into the Kingdom of God are forever the same with each sucoiedlnj generation The gifts and calling of God are without change Preaching Still Draws Crowds We are told that the crowds pressed upon Jesus to hear the Word of God The preaching of the Word of God le always a drawing card The crowds have not wearied of the preaching ol the Gospel but only of the average preacher who falls to preach the Gos pal Wherever you fine a man who like Moody Torrey Spurgeon and many others Breaches the Word of God there you will find the streets fullI of men and women still pressing to hear the message Fire will alwayi attract those who are cold and food those who are hungry So will the preaching of the simple Gospel attractI the hearts ot men for whom prepared The world was made for the Gospel and the Gospel for the worldPreaching In the Open Air All the great sermons in the Bibli were preached In the open air If the people will not come to church then let us take the church to them If If was not beneath the dignity ot Jesus Christ to hold open air meetings It surely cannot he beneath any protend ed and assumed dignity we may pro feu to possess Let some preachers who doing the hot months of the year preach to but a corporals guard go out Into tho open air and preach to the crowds The best way to reach the masses Is to go after them Obedience Required for Discipleship First Jesus requested of these men the loan of their boat and they at once complied with the Masters request In other words He asked these men to surrender their business for a little while lo Him And they did how magnificently lie repaid them li seen In the miraculous draught ot fishes No man can surrender his bus ness to Jesus Christ wllhout eventually being a gainer by it Ho shall receive a hundredfold more In this life and In the world to come life everlasting Mark 102830 Requires Surrender of Their Thoughts Next Josus requires that these men recognize Htm as knowing more about their business than they do themselves Ho requires them to do what their own common sense tolls there Is no use In doing This Is evident by the answer of Peter Lord we have lolled nil night and caught nothing neverthe less etc The word Lord here probably means shipmaster one set over a boat and Is remarkable as used In this connection The word never theless Indicates surrender of their thoughts and plans to Christ Requires the Surrender of Their Lives Finally Christ required from these men the surrender of their whole lives They forsook their nets and their business and followed Him That was final and complete evidence Ever after they were to devote their lives not to catching fish but to catch lag men Same Conditions Must De Met io day No man can enlist under the banner of Christ nor become a member ot the kingdom of God who Is not willing to make an absolute surrender of himself and nil that he has and expects to be to the Christ and His service So likewise whosoever ho bo of you that forsakolh not all that he hath he can not be my disciple Luke 1433 Of course Christ may not In fact does not call upon us all to leave our dally vocation and become preachers or mis sionaries No ofttimes Ho calls upon us to do what Is very much harder to stay In business and use It for Him and His kingdom There can bo no quet lion however but that ere wo can be como Christs disciples there must be the absolute surrender of ourselves to Ills absolute and authoritative control This U the crucial test of ChrIstianity All True Disciples SoulWlnncrn Implied yea clearly stated In HU call to membership In the kingdom was the consecration of these fishermen to the task of catching men In some Sunday schools there Is kept what is calleiLa Fishermens Roll on which there Is recorded each Sunday the names of those who have brought in new members It Is a great work to bring others to Jesus Christ In the first chapter of John wo have n detailed account of bow these disciples caught their fish for theIr Shipmas ter Let us first of all be still tJifh LITTLE HUMPED SALMON Smallest of the Five Species of the Pacific Displayed In New York Aquarium Tho aquariums fish hatchery Is now in operation for the season of 1900OC There have already been hatched out In It 2000 eggs of the humpbacked salm overhatchedSun The humpcdbacked salmon is tha smallest of five species of Pacific salm on averaging as It does In weight about five pounds It rarely reacne a weight of ten pounds It Is found on the northwest coast of the United States and clear around Alaska to the Arctic ocean and also on the Pacific Asiatic coast Because of Its smaller size and be cause also of the fact that Its flesh Is of a lighter pink than that of the other species and so of a less desirable market color packers have In former years confined their attention mostly to the larger species but the humpbacked Is ono of the best of the salm on as a food fish and now with less abundance of tho larger varlolcs can ners are beginning to pack more hump backsThis salmon gets Its namo from tIle shape of the high front of its body which In the case of the male foil forms a hump that amounts almost to a deformity when the fish U lean When the fish Is In wellfed condition It resembles the qulnnat salmon and Is then shapely and handsome None of the Pacific saltion eats after it comes Into fresh waters to spawn In the broad lower reaches of the rivers they preservo their beauty for a time but they eodu lose this when they have begun to make their way upward along the narrower shallower and ruggeder courses of the streams up which they may go to groat din tances some of them getting as far from the coast as Idaho to spawn In the headwaters of the Columbia and Snake rivers But up whatever waters hey go travel and always without food Is almost constant struggle for them anI they reach thor spawning wounded and cut and lean and wfirn In this long protracted struggle the humpbacked salmons flesh falls away and the fish becomes lean and gaunt the fat disappears from its head and that becomes shrunken and then what seems to be a bump appears Within recent years tho United States fisheries bureau has ben endeavoring to establish Pacific coast salmon in the waters of Maine but thus far without substantial results There has been no difficulty In planting the Ireamo with fry hatched out here from eggs brought from the Pacific coast but when In obedience to their instincts they have sought the sea the young fishes of tho species thus tar planted there have never come back It was thought that better success might attend planting with humpbacked salmon and so that species in now being tried on this toast The 2000 little humpbacked salmon lately hatobed out at the New York aquarium were hatched from eggs obtained by the aquarium from the United States fish hatchery at Craig Brook Me The little salmon are now each about an Inch in length and doing well Partially Explained There are 80000 more women than men In Massachusetts What has become of the men They moved out early to avoid the next leap year rush Cleveland Plain Dealer Subject to Limitations Miss Jellers I wonder why Flossles oungman wears that ridiculous little goatee on its chin Miss Tartun The reason Is I believe that there is no other place where he can wear 11 Chicago Tribune Biter Left How does your grandmother get along now that ahe has lost all her teeth 0 nil right You know she has 1L bitI- ng tohgue Judge MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Feb a- CATTIi Farr to coed U DOI 00 Heavy steers 600 65slra 7 u HOdBCholc aokcra 5S5 WW- S75Mixed packer O5KO BHKKlRxtra 5 65 IAMll9lxtra 7 S- Ot FLOUIt Spring patent W WH BATNO 2 red 91 No 3 red 3515 8844 COUN No 7 mixed 4410 OATSNO s mixed 2 a llYRNo S 70 HAYChoIco timothy iltePORK Clear mesa ei475 171iDtIlTJoUCholce QUACCONcw 8 oo 1300 III 450 CUTS CHICAGO FLOUn Winter patent SSS O 4 1- 0WHiSATNo 2 red Ali des No 3 rod 79 tf 83 OnNNo 2 mixed O 4114 OATSNo 2 mixed O 3M lYBNo 2 OB OIUCMei 1180 Q1JW AltDStcnm 743 NEW YORK LOUri Winter patent 4 4 4rt iVHBAT No i rot 91 OHNNo 2 mixed ar- OATSNo 2 mixed 10i X15 IYK Western 73 OHKlIIS8 156 JUlDStcarn i 11 BALTIMORE iVIIEATNo 2 red II 81 OllNNo 3 mixed 4Sa ATTLE8tecrs 4 4SI 4 W lOGS Uroiied G 700 LOUISVILLE VHBATNo 00 OHNNo Cmixed 41 SIYIORiCMossAUDSteam V 7 CO INDIANAPOLIS YIlKATNo t rod t1 m OHN No S mixed eo 43 pATS No 5 mixed c 0 3l 4 =e N e sa 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES I- Ii Phone 188 Richmond Ky J- e e g CUT FLOWERS t4 DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS esw1 ooo+c+D+o +o +o+c+o +o+o +o +o+c+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON 0 Is here end evor housewife wants one or more + 10Isupply your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD I New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines 25 30 and 35 worth SW 160 and 65 CRUTCHER EVANS I Joplin Old Stand Richmond Kj Day Phone 73 Night Phone 41M +O+O+o +o +o +o+o +o+o +o fed o+o+o+o +o +o +o +o +o+on+O +O+ b Carriage Satisfaction Here Surries Useful carriages invariably give No better place to buy than HERE No bettor time to buy lhaa NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and ro tin Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C P WIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Roller Mills lIlrf IFdd3ddl Fancy Roller Roar Core Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be bard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flout 1t1t4eltlttM4 t- Potts Wfctta SuUoo Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leavo Berea 140 a m- ArriveRichmond415 n in Arrive Paris628a m Arrivo Cinc innati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p in Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrivo Parie880 p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Trains Dally Leave Berea111p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South UA Train I Dally Leavo Derea1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Trains numbers 2 and 3 rug liuflVt Parlor car and coaches between Cincinnati and Knottllle In both directions Train uum ben 1 and 4 carry Pullman Tttbuled Bleeping car and coaches between Cincinnati and Knox Till In both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE a ATLAUTIC RY CO Time table In street April it IB03 EAST BOUND No1 No S K fl 1016 a m 6 SO p m NIcholMYllU 1100 710 Valley View 1124 740 Richmond arllU 210 Richmond Ir 1205 p IlL S iO a m Irvine 103 730- BeattyTlll 240rtooo 901 ButtjviUi Jet 200 1020 WEST BOUND No2 No 4 No 5 Verultlei MJsm ITip m NleholiiTllIt 658 237 Valley View 628 JOfl Richmond IT 100 ISJ 180InrlDtBC t JTlll9 ltaM UM a n Beattyf Ille Jet iJO 1030 No 2 did 61 and 3 moo clot connection at Kleboluvllle to and from Lexington and Clncl mil and at Vernlllei to and from ShelbjrtllU and LouUrlUo No 5 connects at BrattyTllI Jiinrllou tor Fur anT lUrthcr lnturmi Un adJriu say local agent or 8 K 9Sl ITU 0 AgtVnallle Buggies Phaetons Runabout TrapsDurable Graceful ComfortableStylish wheeJbodyftnlsh Madison County Manufacturers Duerson cry ytcCall at T J Moberleye and toe the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky A PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by J Se GOTT Depot Street Berea Kj u G mod 7lr Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I 1 for Men 300 250 and 200 for j fa Boys 200 and 175 for Youths jThereputation of w L Douglas shoes for style comfort end wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than I other mattes ttcause the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their money than they tan get elsewhere j- Hi We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect J rititL taspection Inv- itedCOYLEIj HAYESII BEREA KENTUCKY t 1 I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I TITl Heres to the perspicacity of th- ground hog If he came out last Friday he certainly saw his shadow and if he foresaw the present coldsnap he was certainly justified in going back to bed Nevertheless the bright WednesdayIThe Berea College case was heard by the Court of Appeals last Friday Hon John G Carlisle presented the caSe of tho College arguing that the College is justified in contesting the the decision of the courts and that the law is not only a violation of the Bill of Rights of Kentucky but that it also violates the provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Con stitution of the United States The case is now under submission A measure that is of interest to I many people in this part of the country is that which provides for a tax on dogs This bill passed thelower house by a considerable majorityand has gone to the Senate Professor Mason picked mountain panseys on the Pinnacle on the first day of February There will be no more picked for some time Mr Grosvenor will preach at the Congregationalchurch Sunday morn ing Mr Kitchen will go to his ap pointment at Combes Dr Hubbard preached the first sermon in the series of meetings to be held in connection with the College this winter at the Chapel Tues day night It was a sermon to make anyone think undwas especially directed to the young men and women who nearly filled the lower portion of the Chapel Notice of the meetings is given elsewhere President and Mrs Frost returned 1 il the midnight train Tuesday night A strong story by Stanley J Way wan entitled Under the Red Robe a ill be begun in the next issue of the I Citizen This is a story of adventure the plot of which is laid in Franco in the time of Cardinal Richelieu It I will wellrepay a reading Attention is called to advertisement of O D Holliday in this issue of the Citizen It is not often that one can have the services of such a business man as Mr Holliday either in buying or sellIng His list of farms for sale is a remarkable testimony to his energy and business capacity The distribution of the Citizen last week was hindered by an unfortunate break down of the press and that the paper was issued at all is due to the courtesy of the News on whose press the second half of the Citizen was largely printed The press is now being put into good shape and it is hoped that hereafter there will be no i delayMr J P Bicknell has sold the w farm of Mr Wilson known as tho B It Robinson place to Richard Kim t brell consideration 1050 This is a double transaction Mr Bicknell paving sold Mr KimbreUs farm last week j in- o nn Mrs Wm Porter and children left I Monday for a months stay in Texas Mr Porter accompanied them as far I as Louisville Miss Anna Fay Hanson has gone to Cincinnati to study art at the Art AcademyA complaints have come in lately that subscribers have not received their papers The fault is somewhere else than in the Citizen office The papers are mailed by a machine that cannot make a mistake in its work and there is a very small possibility that a paper is laid aside before it leaves the office A com plaint to the postmaster of those who do not receive their papers regularly may help matters G D Holliday is planning to pro cure oysters in bulk and keep them in stock This will be good news for oyster lovers The history of the Eighth Ken tucky Regiment now running in the Citizen is of vivid interest No veteran of that regiment or indeed any Kentucky regiment should let tho opportunity to secure this rare his tory slip Back numbers will be supplied to new subscribers Mr Frank Livengood has returned I from the Canal Zone and is now in his old place at the Berea Bank Mr Livengood says that while a critic can still find much to write about at Colon the work is going on well and conditions are as good as can be expected in a new work under new and untried conditions Professor Charles Lane gave the second lecture in the course at the Chapel last Monday night Prof Lane is a witty and genial man who succeeds admirably in becoming en rapport with his audience from the start His fund of anecdote and illustration Is wonderful We recog nized several of what wo have been accustomed to consider our own stories in the Professors talk but they were so well told that we enjoy ed them more than ever Rev Mr Pasco has an appointment at Corbin each Sunday for the present He reports a good work in that growing place and the Congro gational church there is to be con gratulated on securing Mr Pascos services Mr and Mrs Pasco have moved into the rooms in their house recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Stephens and will hereafter be more accessible to their friends Mr Crutcher Commonwealth Attorney for this district is doing good service in the cause of law and order On Tuesday besides tho conviction 6f others Wm Jones of the firm of Wm Jones Son saloon keepers of Richmond was convicted of ship ping liquor to a minor in Berea George Thatcher was convicted of selling liquor in violation of the law in Berea and fined 60and given 10 days injail A majority of the jury wanted to give him a harder punish ment In the Thatcher case Mr Crutcher paid a high tribute to Berea Collegeaud its work and denounced in scathing terms the attempts tl violate the liquor laws in the town Mr Crutcher is from Nicholasvill and has expressed his dctermiuatic i to do all ho can to break up the vie lotion of the law in the community- Mr McWhorter who has beer visiting in Illinois for the last moni returned Saturday agalrIand the doctors are busy this week There seem to be no dangerous cases howeverMr is building himself I new house on Elder Street just soutt of JacksonMr also proposes to put ul a house for himself on Elder Street between Jackson and Big Hill Road Mr Bond will soon put up a neu house on Elder Street just south o Mr Chasteens Mrs S R Baker who has been it the dry goods department of Mr Welchs store for twelve years will retire on Thursday next Mrs Baki has a host of friends whom she hat won by her cheerful obliging friend ly spirit who will be sorry to lose het trading Miss Nannie Me Wtorter is her successor The time table of the Louisville and Nashville Rail Road will here after be on this page where change j can be readily made Mrs Will Jones is quite ill with the measles On account of the meeting of the Department of Superintendent National Educational Association the L N will sell round trip tic kets to Louisville on Feb 24 25and 20 at one fare plus 25 cents good returning until March n Notice Chrismans ad this week says ho has shipped in nearly three car loads of furniture nud stoves In the past three days What do the people do with so much plunder College Locnln Rev Thomson went to Richmond on a business trip Wednesday Mr Dick went to Richmond on court duty last week Mr Sanford of Cincinnati was In Beroa last Wednesday looking up the matter of free delivery for the Adams Express Co The sad news of the death of Ralph Patins brother came Tuesday New students are still coming un til the enrollment now is 885 Mr Gibson of Knox County came to Berea Monday to entet his son In school The HetlUtrlctinff Mcaaur A Redistricting measure is now bolero the Assembly that for pure and unadulterated gall rivals anything ever done in New York city in the days of Tweed or Croker There is absolutely no excuse for such a measure except that it secures for a little while longer the dominance of the Democratic party in Kentucky a dominance that was recovered alter it had once been lost under the brilliant but unscrupulous machin ations of William Goebel It is for this recovery by the way that a large party in the Legislature propose to canonize Mr Goebel by placing his statue with that of Henry Clay in the national Hall of Fame rho unblushing effrontery of tho bill evidently stirs the indignation of even the better class of Democratic papers in the state The CourierJournal correspondent declares that the Republicans are doing little open ob jecting to the measure What is the use Perhaps also they think that there could be nothing worse than the present gerrymander and that an open and unblushing massing of Republican counties on the one hand and the partitioning them out with Democratic strongholds on the other will have a salutary effect on the poop1eICommonwealth I have just been authorized to solemnize tho rites of matrimony Anyone who wishes to join in wedlock will do well to call on J S Wilson Berea Ky All calls at tended to and charges reasonable JOSEFUUS WILSON J P M C Anxious to Sell improvedHouse Also an extra large lot in the west goodHouseAnyone desiring a home in Beret should call on me I can furnish you property either up town or down in the valley property already improved or u nice large lot with a house that you can improve yourself H 0 COMBS FOR RENT Rooms for rout well located and ventilated Enquire of 0 C Rhodua GREAT MEETING i Dr Hubbard of Auburn N Y Eloquent Son of Kentucky Touches All Hearts Dr Hubbard arrived as annoumcet and preached his first sermon on II Tuesday night to n deeply interested audience lIe spoke again at the Parish House on Wednesday at 815 in the evening I Tho Now Chapel is a delight with I its perfect ventilation steam heat easy seats and brilliant electric lights Tho citizens are particularly in vited to attend Morning Prayers which will bo led by Dr Hubbard 025 each day i Let all within reach lay aside other business and enjoy the great oppor I tunity held out by this meeting Dr Hubbard is a sound Bible j preacher and a practical man who wins the confidence of all who hear him while ho warms their hearts by his broad sympathy and wonderful presentation of the truthO- UITUAIIY Frances Eliza Wold Robinson who died in Derca on Jan 20wus born in Boothbay Me Mar 23 1831 being descended from the well known Roxlmry Mass Weld family On Oct 3 1852 she was married in Boston Mass to Joseph Wadleigh Rob inson who was obliged because of failing health to retire from the city to a farm in his former home town Meredith N H There they lived a quiet but happy life together for thirtyfour years until Mr Robinsons death in 18SO Seven children were born to them of whom six survive Since her husbands death Mrs Rob inson resided in Meredith Hanover and Meriden N II and in Camb ridge Mass Since 1001 she spent the school years in Boron with her daughter and the summers at the old Robinson homestead among tho Granite Hills Sho was a woman of groat intelli genre and refinement quick intuitions and rare unselfishness and made many friends wherever she lived Sho was always the center of a happy home whore love and service ruled She had keen interest in everything Of her it has been truly said that she ox emplified tho fullest life at high tide Her children are Mrs Morrill S Swain of Laconla N H Miss Jos ephine A Robinson Doan of Women of Borea College Prof Maurice H Robinson Ph D formerly of Yale but now of the University of Illinois Urbana 111 Mr Francis J Robin son of Meredith N H Rev Charles F Robinson of Clinton Cone and Mr George W Robinson Secretary of tho Graduate School at Harvard UniversityServices were hold here at tho home and again In Meredith at tho home of hor son on Feb L Her body was buried beside that of hor husband in the old family burying ground a most beautiful spot facing the lakes and the summer sunrise upon the mountains She was busy little with the thought of creeds or any philosophy of living but spent her time and energy in righteous and beautiful action To flit the hour tlNl U happiness ro fill the hour area lore no err vke Per censure or approval Death of tIn Uiiltun A Cincinnati paper announces the death of Mrs Minnie M Dalton at her residence on Price Hill on Mon day the 5th inst in the 35th year of her age Some twelve years ago the deceased as Miss Minnie Ilatha way was for a time teacher of music in Berea College Since that time she has kept in touch with the work here and has warm friends in this place who will mourn her untimely death She was genial in disposi tion constant in her friendships and a devoted Christian She will bo tenderly remembered by those who had the privilege of knowing her best srnss Why Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines for them We give them the formula for Ayers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis consumption They trust it Then you can afford to rust it Sold for over 60 years Ayert Cherrr Pectoral Ii a remedy that alrftatdalknow what a mwllcln It U I can not recommend U ton Jilglilj MAUlt COUKX lids Park If 1 A IIX1411ziers SARSAPARILLAJ Pills aId the Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a celel GET SQUARE WITH YOUR COLD 1 Our Laxative Cold tablets knock colds and grippe silly Take them at night feel better next morning- It is a good thing to have a bottle of reliable coughsyrup on hand to use when first need a stitch in time etc 1 f t 1 The Porter Drug Co woarosAuD At UptoDate Grocery You can always find The Freshest and Best Of Everything that can beIfound in the Market jt Everybodys business solicited Prompt delivery A W aDI LOGSDQN r Necessitypfor the winter There is no better Ii time to buy than now and we have the things you need Kitchen Din ill i ingroom and Parlor Furniture BedOroom Suites Desks Carpets Window Shades Pictures etc 1 I LOUIS 0 LESTERNext to the Mill Chestnut A e W- flL Phone 93 o o I DONT MISS0o o THEI 0 1 i o Special Sale II o ioi i ITheRHODUS OREEN CO PROPRIETORS 1O 0 0Q00000OtttO0Ot1t000O00j400 t io Los NEWS IN ONDENSED FORM Pithy Mid Pointed Paragraphs or Recent Interesting Happenings EVENTiAT HOME AND ABROAD The Doing of the Government Of Oelalw =CrImes and Caualtlea anti Other Notes of Gen eral Interest IsMews From Congress RspreieiHaffYo Lamb Va Intro dured a joint resolution authorIzing the sMret4ryofwar to deliver to the KoMttiajrn society cf IllcJj mond ValK nlttho confederate battle flags 1 tbo war department The houw subcommittee of tits committee on railway and annals see ended tn rejxjti favorably a bill grant leg a f for the construe lion of a tojiat between Plttslwrg Pa and La q lake entrance to the mm 1 tQlWat Ashtabula O T v Use on tho 31st passed a bill mniTalfeera charter to tho Cell negle foundation for the advancement of teaching The fund consists of SW OOejWO the Income of which Is to fur nlih a pension to retired educators TIe senate on the lit pascal M or 40 ialoUaHeoua bill pad gene ev Arai tortr Urns to We oonsWermttoi of tile sfclHpiag Mil Atresg Ute Will paused WM one imtrMiMrf for a dele sate In congress Iran Alaaka and a number pforjdlag for HsjhtUoww rv Clue cutter sad flak culture Motions KeprveentaUve WllUamii Vise In trodueed a bill prormtlag oommoi carriers frost acoaptlnc say eklpweuu irf liquor wker Lke carrier most cot Uci the purchase prte to oomptett the sa e DeMoofatle senators perfected what they bolide to tffe a compact organlza tlon to oft tlM Santa Domini treaty and ptaee the minority In a po Hitioo to compel a strict party vote 01 other quMtlotti llkclr to arise during the preeai Mwlen Miscellaneous News Items Another rdp looking 10 eaflgraeeton al action te preserve Niagara Kallii raa take ta tM Mills of the en-ot CtatrsMn Morton of the bone seal mitue M then and harbors on a r11I1tMt etfUlfiK for Information from the tateraattaoal eommUwlea on that wubjeet j Several New Yarn newspaper an nouttet Uw uwrrtaft of Mrs Charte T Yucktit traction eapl tan e of Sao Fran ilaea Mr Mlsnor ta thl too of the late iOntilnK n Mltnr former raltito tcr to Mexico aad Guatemala who re Mdd jit IkJtiUln Cut All Hoabu rardac the marrlagr if Xrk fharl T YWkee wKlto ar the traction nilllloeAir to Wlhion MUnr the young C lllonitaB wsri rrtwrtwd when Mrs MIsnsr admltte ID marrlar bad taken plao A drrUlon that Hoary H Refers vice president of tlte SMndanl OH Co of NOw Jere y rfwll not bo comt lld to nncjVer the queatlons which ho ro r ntly refuted te answer In the taking of testimony In the ease of the tate of MUwturl agalnct the Standard 011 Co of Indlam and other oil com panted was handed down by Justice Gilders eevc In the Now York supreme court Ninety alleged murderers tho great MI number ever bordod in one Jail at on time In the WOlf arri to be ruihtxt to trial within the next 10 days at Chicago and short shrift will bo given any man convicted or the state otter ney will make a moral example of every man guilty of taking human life 4 Representative R R Hilt of Illi nois who has been 111 at hU homo for moro than a week past of a trouble with this hurt 1s reported to tip ling proving having pasceS tho otjis of the dlnaau Secretary Bonaparte Is oonflnod to- bin hfnie In Baltimore with an attack of tonslHUs and upon the ndvlco of hin physician will romaln In doors for several days Tho fact that the Kquitablo life As durance society has for the last four years Insured free the lives of Its 900 omploym for 1000 each haa become known Since the InsUtuU9Uof the free Ipiuranoe 17 have orrurrl among the eniptoyoa- Fo ir governors ropre tntaUve of 32 states momhcra of state commie wtoners conforonco on uniform legis lation and representatives of the Na tlOnal Underwriters association was rnoognliod as duly accredited dele gates to the national Insurance con vention In Chloago Mouton ft Maine road will otnbllsh a ppnslon system for such of its em played oa shall have given 30 years of service to the road and who have reached tho ago of CO Forced to lOop within congressional appropriations for tho current fiscal year tho navy department Is reducing by 44 per cent tho force employed by the bureau of steam engineering In the ton navy yards Vhllo tho joint printing committee of congress line not proposed a slnglo lino of legislation at tho present sos Son the agitation for a reduction of government printing already has re salted In a proapbcUvo saving of a million dollars n year A fire at Panama destroyed 350000 worth of property with but 70000 In auras e There Is a deadlock between the coal operators and miners of both the central competitive and southwest die trlcts John Mitchell president of the miners delivered his ultimatum to the joint scale committee of tho central district declaring that there must be an Increase In wages or there will bo- no agreement Tho counter proposition offered bj the coal operators of tho central competitive district was rejected by an almost unanimous voto of tho national convention of tho United Mine Workers The United Mine Workers oonven tion adjourned after n failure to make an agreement with tho operators as to tho ge scale Unless there 1s- tome Intervention about CBOOOO mineworkers will go on strike April 1 Thin will Involve 2000000 persons depend ent upon the Industry Tho strike will ombrneo Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana Illinois Iowa West Virginia Mlohl San Kansas Missouri Texas and In- dIa Territory Vast quantities of soft coal are be ing stored In vessels at lake ports In anticipation of a possible strike of time miner Operators are paying in some eases 1C on board The veecolsILhmclte r with run capacity from now until next April A number of waahorio In the Beatiylklll field that Imvo been cloned will ramtmo oporatlonn on full time Friends of John A McCall former prasldant of the Now York Life say lit IB n very stok man Ho Is conduce to his bed most of the time Bverywlier in Franc the actual putting Into operation of the clause of the oJiurch and state separation XII which provide for the making of iHTCtnlodM of Ute property of the ahurehm has aroused a storm of pro teat TIle PrcRoh gornuMsit has dsdiled to proaeente the prtenta who took part In tie disorders caused by efforts to resist inventories on church plate and vaJtmbtai under tM law for separation at ohureb and state Acting upon instructions from tM MtMOitrl acn Ury of Mates the prow CMtlQK attorny will file suit this awash against 1117 corporations of Kaasms City and vicinity wblob It Is chartwl hue violated tho antltruai law of Missouri Dl flt to Ute national insurance ermvmtton adopted a report favoring reforM In the life Inanraao buelaea TW firsjMHH GORiraoaiy known aa Ute deferred plan la characterlMd aa m sound In prlultJole awl unjust In Ita operationThomas MlnstuOl pos n a tT at U Crescent Minn fur 40 eanaooudv years JUt to ISM Is dead at tM age- of S2 yean He held ado the tour eat of aay postmaster In tbo United Sots BttstMw taltorw la Ute Ualted mats for the week 4INg February 1 number JM atcalnnt 276 Ute previous week UI In the like wk of IDOl 11C In 1904 and 108 In 1101 In Canada failures for tM wk wro S4 TINt mayor of aantiasjo Cuba tiegraphed the swnestlottUiat tM plan tattoos of whloh 9n Juan hill la a fn be twrokaa d for Mies AMo RooaeveUs woddttiK present but the matter has already btoa turned over to the minister at Paris The Wason Oar Co the largest ear building concern la New Bnglaad haa been taken Into the big oar building combine which will control a large part of the OAr building bualnosa In hke United States Rocco Roll boy bandit hanged him self In the county Jail Chicago using a sheet attached to a bar of his cell door to end his unhappy life Father Gilbert Simon lost his life at Pont 111 after saving threo Mu dents from drowning Three other students In attendance at St lieda college a Catholic school near Peru were drowned Tho residence of Rev Dr Andrew Boattlc an American missionary of Fall In the district of Canton was looted by an armed band ot Chinese After living moro than a century without being afullatcd with any church Mrs Druillla Morrell now in hor 102d year was received into full membership In the Simpson Methodist episcopal church Brooklyn That Mrs Mary Sherman McCallum adopted daughter of John Sherman of Ohlo must pay the full Inheritance tax as a stranger in blood to the de eelent on the bequest of 9004439 left tier by tho statesman was tho de cision handed by down by Judge Mor ris In tho United States circuit court The attitude of the French press toward Germany 1n the Moroccan ques tion has Induced tho German government to declare emphatically that a failure of tho Algoclras conference would not load to war with France The Union elevator in East St Louis 111 containing 1000000 bushels of wheat was entirely destroyed by fire tmtalllug a pose estimated at 1000000 The firo spread to the stables of tho St Louis Transfer Co and 200 horses and as many wagons were burned In addition to the destruction of the bu llii Ing In his annual report to tho board of overseers President Charles W Eliot of Harvard university declares that football as now played Is moro bru talizing than prize fighting cock fight- Ing and bull fighting and Is wholly unfit for colleges and schools In response to a request from tho Italian minister President Palma can celled the exequatur of tho Italian vice consul Luis TorrlcDllI who was afterward arrested charged with tho theft of 40000 Intrusted to him by a widow Tho Isthmian canal commission In Its report will favor a lock canal l ImarkGreece ot Queen Alexandria of Great Britain and Ireland and of the Dowa ger Empress Marla Fcodorovna ol Russia and related by blood or by marriage to most of the European rul ers died with startling suddenness In Amalllenborg palace The accession of his successor Prince FrederIck hd oldest son who will be known ai Frederick VIII will bo proclaimed Tho new king Frederick VIII now reigns over Denmark Ills accession has been hailed with all appropriate enthusiasm and ceremony but sorrow for the death of Christian IX Is the predominant sentiment It Is stated that King Christian loft only a small fortune amounting proba bly to less than 2CO000 Tho king was exceedingly charitable and gave large sums of money for the relief of the poor and to deserving Institutions All hope of reconciliation between Countess Anna Gould do Costollane the American wife of Count Boat de Castollano and her husband seems doomed The countess has Instituted legal proceedings for a separation from the count Helen M Post the famous mental healer after a trial of 12 days was found guilty of using the malls to defraud at Jacksonville Fla She was sentenced to pay 600 tine and serve 30 days in jailtFire badly nue building In which John D Rock ofollorH office was located when he first started In the oil business In Cleveland O Tho shah of Persia has agreed to the eloetlon ot a parliament which will be known as tho house of justice In a firo In the homo of Grant Stewart at Prentice WIs Stewart n baby and two children were burned to death Mrs Stewart who escaped was 111 and suffered severely from ex posure In tho cold She may din Mrs William Ellis Corey wife of the Pltteburg steel magnate Is crlt ically lit In Salt Lake City She bo came so 111 In Ogden that she was compelled to get oft the train Mt Vesuvius Is In eruption from a fissure 400 motors In length on tho right side of tho mountain It Is a magnificent sight It was learned In New York that noI agreement which will bring tho Union Pacific and Illinois Central railroads together under one management has been positively arranged The president has selected Brig Can Frederick Dent Grant commanding- the department of the east with head quarters at Governors Island N Y to be promoted to the grade of major general to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Maj Gen Sumner Passengers of the Red D line steam or Philadelphia from New York Jan uary ao and La Ounyra Venezuela which arrived at WHIemstadt Curacao from the tatter port report that Presi dent Castro II making every possible war preparation Fifty men were burned many of thorn seriously In an explosion at the Sterling Salt Co mine near Cuylor villa N Y Mrs niisa Hull wife of Prof Law Pence C Hull commander of Orchard Lake military academy Michigan and daughter of Dr N S Darling of Laporte Intl died at Boulder Col where abs wont for hor health The action of the prosklont In par Boning Midshipman John P Miller of Lancaster Ky who was convicted of hazing by courtmartial was promul gated nt dinner formation at the na val academy and Miller resumed his position as captain of the 12th com panyWork on tho Kesler tunnel on the CC mile Wabash connecting link be tween Cumberland Md and Cherry Run was completed opening the link and connecting tho Wabash with the Atlantic seaboard Grey wife ot Sir Edward Grey Drltlsh foreign minister who sustain ed concussion of tho brain by beln thrown from her trap at EIHnghani Northumberland died without having regained consciousness Senator Hepburn ot Idaho who Is 111 with an attack of appendicitis Is reported as allshtly better The attack Is proving more severe than expected While walking along the Pennsylva nla railroad tracks near Spring Mill Pa Joseph Masai 28 and Michael Augustine 35 wore struck by a loco motive and instantly killed The legislative Insurance Invcstlga tlon committee expects to practically complete the labors of framing Its 75000word report In a few days It Is regarded as unlikely that there will be a minority report Two men who had represented them solves to bo theatrical agents robbed two women who had been attracted to their headquarters by moans of ad vertisementsA prepared by the department of commerce and Jabor shows that tho commerce between Italy unit the United States in the fiscal year 1905 aggregated 77600000 almost equally divided between Imports and exports Exlctcment has been caused by tho discovery of gold In the Whlto noun talus of Oklahoma The district Is booming Bitten by a dog since pronounced mad Carl Sage George Talbot George Allen Charles Mondonhall Guy Sim mono and James Matthews were taken charge of by tho health author ties at Battle Creek Mich Count Do La Beuchofpcauld who was arrested in connection with tho church riots In Franco was sentenced to throe months Imprisonment by the correctional tribunal without applica Lion to tho first offenders act COAL STRIKE ORDER SecretaryTreasurer Wilson Will Be Instructed to Prepare it It Will Becomo Effective April 1 The Question of a Per Capita Tax of 1 For a Defense Fund Discussed Indianapolis Ind Fob IIIt was Inj Umated at tho International headquarters of the United Mine Workers orIAmerican Sunday that before the ad- Journment of the present session of the executive board SecrotaryTreas urer W B Wilson will bo Instructed to prepare a formal strike order ef fcftlvo April 1 In order to avoid the necessity of reassembling the board after the adjournment of the present sessionNo eUng of the board was hold Sunday The question of the per cap ita tax of 1 for the establishment ot a national dsfonso fund which was informally discussed just before tho adjournment of the board meeting Saturday oventng is expected to be tho first subject taken up when that body resumes Its meeting An Interesting situation In this con neotlon has come about aa a result of he resolution paused by tho national convention providing that no district shall sign any wage agreement until all have obtained satisfactory settle monts This resolution has been don nltolY explained by W D Ryan sec rotary and treasurer of tho Illinois die trio who proposed It by Vice Presi dent Tom L Lewis who spoke in fa vor of Its passage and by President Mitchell who placed the motion before the convention to include every district undor the jurisdiction of tho United Mine Workers of American whether anthracito bituminous or blojjk coal regions In the United States and Canada Under this ruling tho scalp commit teq appointed by tho anthracite minors IflffteJr Sbamokln convention early In December will have rp powor to sign It contract even If their demands aro conceded by the anthracite operators naleas the miners of all other districts etfeat an agreement with their em ptoyort 1 RAILWAY RATE BILL There Promises To Be a Long Din cuetlon on That Measure Washington Feb 5 Chairman Hep burn In charge of tho railroad rate Mil in the national house of represen tatives to unable to see the end of the discussion of that measure Under Uhu special order it has the right of my until disposed of The very first day of the debate which began last Taeaday developed limb desire of many Members to make speeches An extra hoar was added to each day and sUIT the list of applicants for time grew larger Mr Hepburn has a long list 110Ibe hoard In favor of the measure THE MOROCCAN CONFERENCE A Bloody Bullfight Was Given In Hon or of the Delegates Algoclras Feb 5Tho brilliant though bloody spectacle of a bullfight In honor of the conference on Moroccan reforms was tho event of Sunday Crowds came from all parts of Anda lusia to tho vast stono amphitheater whets tho bullring Is and more than 6000 persons saw the fight Most of the delegates to the confer once wero represented and many ot the envoys wero accompanied by their wives and daughters Tho American and British delegates did not attend One bull killed five horsos four ot them dying In the arena the fifth one terribly gored staggered outsldo and died HAWAIIAN DELEGATION ARRIVES They Will Make an Before the Committees of CongressI Washington Feb CiA delegation of Hawaiian citizens arrived hero to appear before committees of the congress to advocate legislation requir threefourths of the customs duties anlj Internet revenues collected In the territory to be expended on public vtofks thorn It Is said 1200000 a year equal toI 8 per capita of the population Is ko out of the territory which the membars of tho delegation constitute II heavy drala oh Its resources I Harvard Graduates Selected I anInouncedman and ushers at his wedding tot Miss Alice Roosevelt on February 17 i They aro In most cases Harvard i graduates and Intimate friends of the bridegroom Andrew Carnefllrs Offer anIrounccdfered to donato 50000 for a now library building on condition that tho college shall ralso 50000 for the maintenance of tho building Impressive Memorial Services Copenhagen Feb bThero was an mprosslve memorial service over tho tidY of King Christian In tho Oar den room of tho palace Sunday night All the member of tho royal family i vale present 1I FROM ALL OVERT STATE I KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Sale of Toy Pistols and Explosives To Children Prohibited Frankfort Fob 2A big delegation business men from Covlngton ar rived to urge the senate to pass tho annexation bill for secondclass cities that has already passed the house In amended form that removes all valid objections to tho bill Tho following bills wore passed Allen bill to remove the doubt as to the day upon which tho legislature shall elect a United States senator Linn bill authorizing tho county fiscal courts to fix tho date upon which contracts are to bo let for working county roads by taxation The bill appropriating 35000 for a new laundry lighting plant and other Improvements for tho Western asylum at Hopkinsvllle The Cammack bill relating to tho posses Non of land and Interests therein where thoro has been or may be a sev erance of the mineral or other Inter oats from tho surface A resolution was Introduced In tho house by Representative E Barry of Marshall county requesting Speaker Lawrence to appoint a commit re of five to Investigate all tho departments and report back to the house whether there are any useless offices and whether the most Is being received by the state for her money Was adopted Chairman McKnlght of the Charles vs Campboll contest commit tee reported the committees report allowing Representative Campbell to retain his seat and tho report was adopted unanimously Mr McKnight Indicated the time for tho considera tion by house bill No 116 fixing the new 32d judicial district The new district Is to consist of Carter Elliott Lawrence and Qrayeon counties The bill was passed 82 to 4 Frankfort Feb 3111e senate pass ed the DeHaven bill Friday prohibit ing tho sale of toy pistols toy cannon and explosives of all kinds used by children Senator Rives of Christian was the only one who spoke against the hill and he said that in using toy pistols and explosives boys acquired early training to make good soldiers and he thought tho bill unpatriotic Another Important bill passed by tho senate was one continuing tho state geological survey for two years longer and Increasing the appropriation to 26000 a year instead of 1SOOO Ton thousand of this sum Is to be used In conjunction with a like amount ox pended by the federal government The house had a lively day of debate over the DorsoyMueller contest from Louisville which resulted In Mueller democrat retaining his seat by an overwhelming majority although two democrats on the committee filed a ml amity report urging that Dorsey be seated Tho house committee on codes of practice agreed to report fa vorably the senate bill empowering the court of appeals to appoint a com missioner for that court at the same salary that the Judges receive Tho twaate and house both adjourned over till Monday BANNER TOBACCO CROP C R Jarvls Raised One Which Averaged 1700 Pounds To the Acre Shorpeburg Ky Feb 5C R Jar vis a tenant raised a crop of tobacco on 15 acres of B T Wrights land I which averaged 1700 pounds to the acre Ho has just sold this crop to the American Tobacco Co at 834 per hundredweight of14Il8 per acre realizing nearly twice as much for the crop as the value of tho land on which It was grown- Charitable Institutions Remembered Lexington Ky Feb 3 Timothy Dlneen who died hero recently has left 250 each to the House of the Good Shepherd at Newport and tho St Josephs hospital Campbell coun ty The widow was well provided for out of the estate valued at about 10 000 but a groat many small bequests were mado to charitable Institutions and to tho Catholic church His Head Torn Off Owensboro Ky Feb 5 Excusing himself trom a meeting of the deacons of the Negro Baptist church near here Robert Robertson who had a dispute over the financial condition of the church went to his buggy and got a shotgun and returned to tho building Without warning ho fired at a man named Smith the load of shot tearing the mans head off Paris Saloon Raided Paris Ky Feb 6The first im portant arrest since the lid was put on hero was made In a raid on the sa loon of M L Woods whore It Is al leged more than 40 negroes and white men wore engaged In a crap game All rcsturanta and lunch counters run In connection with saloons will have to close hereafter on Sundays IDIstroLS Fire In Richmond Feb 5Ono of the most disastrous fires which has visttod Is city In many years destroyed the Busy Bee Cash Store owned by W D Oldhom entailing a loss of nearly 64000 This loss Is about two thirds covered by Insurance IMrs Nancy K Fits Weds Ky Feb 5Nows has just been received hero that Mrs Nan cy Klncor File an attractive young widow of this town was married at Jacksonville Fla to Mr Harry Pryor a prominent young business man of Madison Ga- Immersed In the River Louisville Ky Feb 5 Twenty eight colored converts wero Immersed In the river at the foot of First street by Rev William Johnson pastor of the Ninth street church All wore White gowns ALLEGED LYNCHERS Joseph Farris and Dill Queen Lodged In Jail at Jackson London Ky Feb 3JQseph Farris and DUI Queen wero Thursday lodged In the county Jail on warrants charg ing willful murder in participating In the lynching of VIrgil Bowers a negro taken from the London jail October 16 by 75 masked men and bang ed to an apple tree Bowers was awaiting an order to be taken to Frankfort for life imprisonment for the murder of George Farris of Grays Knox county Farris was arrested by Deputy Sheriff PIgg at his home near Lynn Camp about 13 miles from Lon don Queen was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Scoville at his home near Kcavey Warrants have been sent to Sheriff D H Williams of Knox coun ty for Brit Farris father of the ne gros victim William Keck and James Troaper All live In Knox county An Investigation Is still going on before County Judge Pennington conducted by the Commonwealths Attorney Lewis and County Attorney Johnson HELD AS ACCESSORIES Inquest Over the Body of James Ad kins at Corbin Ky Corbin Ky Feb 2At the Inquest held over the body of James Adkins who was shot by his ICyearold stepson William Turner the fact was established that there had been others connected with the crime besides the boy who commlttd the murder Wm Turner was held as the principal Mrs James Adkins wife of the murdered man and Mat Powell who lived in the same house being held as accessories The examining trial will bo held at Williamsburg February 5 A FATAL DEBATE Rockefellers Chances To Enter Heaven Was the Subject Oweasboro Ky Feb 6It leaked out that the fatal quarrel In the Ow ensboro Baptist church which result od In the killing of Samuel Smith by Robert Robertson a fellowdeacon was over John D Rockefeller Mr Robertson instated that the oil mag nate would have a harder time to en ter Heaven than a camel would have to pus through a needles oye Smith hotly contradicted the deacon THE KITTY LEAGUE iSix Members Have Been Gncurcd In Mattoon and Charleston Paducah Ky Feb 5Tbo sixth member of the Kitty league has been secured It is Mattoon and Charleston 111 They both have a population ot 22000 and are connected by electric railway The park will be located mid way which will place It six miles from each city The league is now com posed of Paducah Ky Vlncennes Ind Cairo Jacksonville Danville t Mattoon and Charleston HL Was Well Known In Covlngtan Covington Ky Feb 5Tho drown ing of Rev Father Valentine Simon in a branch of the Illinois river was rec- eIved with regret by many persons In this city Father Simon was a nephew of Rev Father Prior Rhabanus O S B of St Josephs church and read his first mass in that church in June 1904 Strikers Turned Away Louisville Ky Feb 5Two hun droll Italian laborers who struck for an advance in wages while employed on Kentuckys new capita building arrived In this city from Frankfort They applied to the street cleaning department for employment buj were turned away Noted Stallion Killed Lexington Ky Fob 5 Information has boon received to the Affect that the noted stallion Blackstock owned by Francis C Bishop Mt Kisco N V had broken a leg and had to be do stroyed Tho horse was regarded ao one of the most promising sires In the country Bun and Contents Burned London Ky Fob 2The large barn of W H Harklorood who lives two miles south of here was burned with a large amount of corn baled hay farm Implements harness wagons buggies two horses one mule and 16 head of cattle The loss Is over 2000 Alleged Post Office Robbers Owensboro Ky Feb 3D C Irish alias Irish Dilly alias William Bar rett and Charles Snider aUas Frank Jones alias John Snyder were brought here from Henderson charged with robbing the post once at Dalton Hop kips county on January G Working In Harmony Frankfort Ky Feb GSo far tno present legislature has been behav ing harmoniously that Is all tbo bills that have passed have passed by al most unanimous vote and thoso bills defeated have been defeated overwhel mingly L N Improvements Barboursvllle Ky Feb 6It Is unofficially announced that the Louisville = Nashville Co will shortly let a con tract for the building of 34 miles ot now tine between CorbIn cud LivIng ton y f 111 J J J lof JM IJI I f J t1 J 1J t t t J t t I J1 J I 11f J i i 1 t J J J J 1 J J J t Eastern Kentucky News JIpcnpadoo pddislud uJiM dlaet to till br the wttttr Tbs um- Is Rot tar psbnaanoa bit u U rkteaa of good tattb Writ pbtlnlr MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Feb GEbb Brockman has GOld his tobacco about 4500 Ibs to tho tobacco dealer of Paint Lick Mi Beasley George Ballard of Wnl laceton sold two horses to Will Rogers of Berea one a 4year old for Si160 and a yellow horse for 140SWWylie sold a nice bunch of to Bill Stoe at 5 cents p- ipoundMnand Mrs G B Gabbarc and Pearl Brockman visited Uncle David McColom Sun dayGeorge Tisdale Jr left las Thursday for Greene county Ills where he expects to work this sun merThe three Misses Todd Miss Mary Miss Fannie and Miss Jennie entertained quite a number of young people at their home last Monday evening Mr and Mrs Tom Todd the a social andgave young candypulling on Wednesday evening last All were sweet when thoj i started homeG B Gabbard hat a received his new buggy which bordered from Chicago Ills mo HILL Feb3Hr and Mrs Jack Wil son and family visited Mr and Mrs Hock Wilson last Sunday Missea Minnie Azbill Myrtle Settle Flora Green Ellen and Bertha Carrier and Messrs Clent and Lutz Carrier Richard Lucas and Elihu Bingham spent Sunday evening with Mr Dud McKeehan and sister Minervai A Christian Endeavor meeting isI heldat Pilot Knob school house every Saturday night everybody is invited to come and take a handMrs Ton Reece and daughter Cordelia I t vile Mrs Julia C Green Saturday evening Mrs Amanda Baker is via ng her sister Mrs Ann Hudson this week Little Eva and Debbie Baker of Hugh are visiting their grandma MrsGreen this week Mia ses Maggie and Artie Abrams spent Thursday evening with Miss Flora GreenMr and Mrs M D Settle have moved back to their old home place The people of this vicinity are glad to have them back Jerry f I Richardson is building a new dwelling house near the Big Hill post officeJeff Wilson and Elden Baker of Hickory Plains visited Bud McKeehan Friday night JACKSON COUNTY f VKBOIICKN Feb 5our prayer meeting and Sunday school are progressing nic- el1We all enjoyed Rev Kitchens meeting to the highest degreeJohn Martin and family and Walter Mar tin and family have returned from Texas They report a fine time but they seem to be enjoying life here first rate John Hall from Dry I Forkentertained quite a number of young people Monday night at J W JonessJoel Lake defended W S Hellard in the recent case between f Hellard and Elder Jones in Squire I Hammonds court when Hellard came clearJames Rose is on the sick listMrs Sallie Hellard is bet terRemember the prayer meeting Wednesday nightToJ Lake has gone to Hamilton 0 to get money to pay hands for logging on Horse Lick creekArchie Bundy and Mrs Susan F Buudy have moved into their new home just across the way from R F JonesRoy Drew made a flying visit to Boron Sunday GARRARD COUNTY I CARTBRRVILLK Feb5We are having fine win tor weather now and farmers have started up business for the present year hauling their tobacco to market Hemp breaking too has started up and some are turning the sod The wheat crop is looking poor for the warm winter we have had Jem Nave has bought a portion of Elias Smiths farm at 30 per acre a good bargain for Mr Smith Tompa Ramsey sold his farm at Manse It went as high as a cats back in a tobacco barn SO an acre Miss Annie Cohren was the purchaser Richard Kimbrell visited his sister Mrs J G Clark last week and at teuded the Ramsey sale at Manse I1is4 Pearl Boain of Woods View Las been visiting her aunt Rhoda WElie of Wallaceton for the pas- ttewkMiss Adie Basin and Mrs Luis Nave visited their grandfather John Boain last Thursday Mrs Jem Nave and daughter Len have been visiting down on Buckeye fox the past wookR C Boain and family visited J C Napier of Point Level last Sunday Mrs J G Clark visited Mrs Jem Nat Allen las- tWednesdayMra R C Boain spent Monday with Mrs J G ClarkMiss Null Poke and sister from near Lan caster visited Mrs R 0 Boain last Thursday Miss Poke has in an application for the Woods View Spring school Everybody scorns tc bo enjoying god health ia this om Ii IVt munity at the present Hard times for the doctors and druggistsTh- Misses Susie and Eve Merrymans who have been visiting in Illinois for the past few weeks have returned homeMrs John Henry and her father of Point Level visited her sister Mrs George Allen last Thurs dayA few of us met last Sunday at Level Green and organized a Sunday school with Brother W M Wolla as superintendent Everybody come that possibly can to help make this a good school Wo owe this tour God and our families and our selves Joe Wylie and family and Joe Boain and family visited R C Boain yesterday Every one should read the Citizen ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nOONK Jan 30Willie Knuckles of Fall Lick died January 19and was buried at Scaffold Cane graveyard on the 21Rev J W Lambert of this place is working for the Round Stone Land Company at ConwayMrs Susa Wren who has been very sick for several days is some bettor at this writingJ B Coyle went to Berea Sunday to see his family who are spending the winter in BereaMrs Nannie Abney of Disputanta visited her niece Mrs Etta Lambert fast wcckRefJW Lambert and family visited J R Richmond of Scaffold Cane last Sunday Mrs Temple Martin visit ed Mrs Etta Lambert last Thursday Sam Lambert of this place went to Mt Vernon on business this week Miss Nora Coyle was at home from Berea a few days last week It looks as though there would be a wedding in our neighborhood right awayC C Drew goes to see his girlevery night and Sunday too ILLINOIS SEWS TUSCOLA ILLS Feb 2 To the Editor of The Citizen We are having fine weather here everything is fine here oxcept the muddy roads W C Martin is called to Double Lick Ky to see his father and mother who have been sick for some timeFarmers here are oiling up their machines thinking of Springwork Charley Albin is talking of caving his farm and going to town to go into business William Diokey is moving to his farm near Garrett Ills Bourbon Ills is a very nice vil lage it has one school one church and no saloons but several uptodate storesJ McGuires fine saddle horse fellwith him the other day in this blackmud and threw him into a barbedwire fence Fortunately Mr McGuiro was not seriously hurt J W Martin Jr took his coon dogand gun and went hunting Fri day night He caught three coons but the fourth coon his dog treed in a tree hanging over the Oakaw river Both coon and dog fell into the river and there the betterwinded coon drowned the dog In the course of the fight J W lost his gun and axe ller n Onuluate In Wet Virginia Word has been received from the Berea contingent at Morgantown W Va There are now six exBeroaitea at that place four attending West Virginia University and Mr L C Hinman and wife reside hero Mr L C Hinman is manager for the morning daily the Morgantown Chronicle and has bad great success since taking up that office He is building or rather has already built a twostory house into which he and his wife have moved Thomas Leahy H M Ernst Clark Hinman and George Pow are the former Berea students who are now in West Virginia University This is Mr Pows first year but the second year for the others Leahy and Ernst take degrees next year in the civil engineering course and Mr Pow year after next in the same course C F Hinman takes an A B degree this year and year aftor next a degree in electrical engineering All four are reported as making good standing in their classes al though scholarship is very high in West Virginia University Leahy at tackle Ernst at fullback and Hinman at halfback have been upon varsity football team two years andnext year Leahy will be captain of tho football team Ernst is manager of the baskotball team and Hinman isI captain of the track team for this springand has just been elected to the presidency of the Athletic Asso elation This last office and that of the football captaincy are two of tho highest honors in school All four young men are working SET MARRIEDra You have more than enough money to furnish your house if you I Buy From ChrismanI- f you are already married you will save monoy by buying at The Same Place Everything in Furniture Stoves Carpets Mat tings Pictures Fmmos Mirrors Organs and Sewing Mach- inesCustomers or Visitors Call and see my goods and prices before you buy and the rest is easy lI11UW1 R 31JlaCHFJSMAN TELEPHONE No 26 and paying their own expenses and are doing it very easily although e- xpnscs here are twice as great as in Borea They say money does not make people happy Try a box of tIUHSURP- ASSABLECANDIES JOESSole Richmond Ky Jhnn aR C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptllnU6l1ded tonight and day- Telephone No4 Berea Ky FOR SALE OR RENT Two Farms for rout or sale at Kerby Knob Jackson County Ky Both are well improved good buildings plenty of fruit and water coal and timber For further information address D M Click Kcrby Knob Ky WORMSAU children com plain froquently of- baakaches backaches thatII thei- rst0macbs hurt and that they dont feel goodThU con dition Is a commonone trouble U almost invariably due to pin worms Children havent the strength to com bat their ills and indispositions without the aid of some reliable medicineI Dr CaldwelisLmxmttff Syrup PepsinIs an unfailing harmless and absolute cure for worms stomach and bowel troubles and can be used as freely for either baby or the bigger child as for full grown folks If our child seems indisposed fever- Ish fretful peevish and all out of sorts these are svmtoms of worms One dose ofDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN as directed the dejected condition will vigorIhalf druggistsYour If It doe not benefit you You poital card reqneitwfllbrlnrbr return toad our new booklet DR CALDWKLL3 HOOK OP WONDBRB IDd tree i tq- thaw who bar never tried Ibis wowUrtal nmdr WritetodarPEPSIN SYRUP co Montloslle Illinois For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY v w n1 KEEP CLEAN and got your clothes cleaned anti pressed by J C BURNAM- The Wed End Barber Shop Phone 67 DOc a suit is all it will cost you Real Estate IS ON THE RUN I have just sold one farm of 100 acres and now have another of 180 acres adjoining the one sold Two miles from Iteoea College 80 sores in timber the rest cleared Tide bad fe worth 20 an sere bat I will sell it for S1260 Very good house good burn good wotw This Is e bargain Cell at OlIN on J P BICKNELL Beret Ky Pure Maple Syrup Any one desiring to have pure maple syrup delivered to them about March 10at 110 per gallon should order at once of C P Can field At present have orders amounting to 00 gallons CHDMonon THE DIRECTLINE 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only good homes but are good I investments as well 71 I fe ifStock Farm 320 acres h 100 perAcreitGood Farm 158 acresf 7000 iv Good Farm in acres f 3000 Net t Good Farm 106 acres 30 per Acre t Good Farm 201 4 acres 50 per Acre Small Farm sly acres 1000 Net a Good Farm 297 acres t 20000 Net A Small Farm 8oacrosr300 Net Good Farm 165 acres 1650 Net t a Small Farm 36 acres 1000 A Good Farm 147 acres 4000 Neti i Small Farm 52 J4 acres 65 per Acre It Small Farm 6254 acres 60 per Acre tt House and largo Lot 3 acres 375 Net I a Good Farm 208 acres 4000 Net S a Smdll Farm 58 acres 800 ti NetI iAnd many more desirable Homes I well located near to best Schools andI t Churches and in good Come to me I can suityou in a goodFarm I Both the buyer and the seller are always pleased in my sales Ihave done 45OOO t of business in the past year in this t JIo countyIof the land and the improvements on- t the same Some of the finest Houses and 1 barns and the best land in Madison County Ky are represented in this list Your business is soli- citedGDHolliday I t Real Estate Agency BEREA KY rtIIW4C4C jcK 1 R0Sf1t R 4IOOI S