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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11I111I11111I11i11111f BEREA h E PUBLISHING TOPPER Manager COAFamily Newspaper Enttmt at the Pagesrtaumartr- I1t1t111th11 IH1ttJIrl1IF 111111111111110111111111111 VOL VII Flvo coats n copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 1906 One dollar a year NO 85 IDEAS Faiths fervor is mow than offer vescence llu docs no good who boasts ho door no harm Losing the temper tnkos the edge oil any argument He can easily bo fearless who dare not make foes Tho lights of the world are not advurtisiugsigns No man ever broke his backunder his brothers burdens Obstacle is often only another way of spelling opportunity Tho fear of reputation is often taken for the love of righteousness Many n man thinks ho la mallowing when ho is only gutting mouldy Many a mon thinks ho is virtuous t liccnune he feels vicious when ho sees others happy When you have to do with those who are blatantly honest it is time to buy more padlocks Exchange IN OUR OWN COUNTRY There is BO much trouble over time rvdintricling bill in the Assembly that there is considerable chance that it will not pass It seems that some of tho districts affected are so weak partylouders 1108Riblywhich strengthens tho contention of those who claim that Kentucky is still normally Republican The would have heen killed InCommittoo if its rriulUls- hnd not asked to have it considarod directly rather than to have no report Desperate efforts are being made by the liquor men to prevent its oounid oration It will bo remembered that this is a bill to prevent n vote In n political e1ll lou of a county bein taken at tho seine time that it vote being tiikenon tho question of limns in a county Under the proposed law tho vote in the county would rule the county The Senate Committee on later Stato Commerce is now oomklnring the Hepburn bill which jMUwod the House Thursday What the outcome will be is uncertain but it is claim od by some of the Senators that the bill us it nowAtnMUfe tMMMMtitw tiunal nod that the Senate will have to amend it so that tho tnwieuro will not bo known by lie friends when it is returned to this Home They also clam that its pamage by the House was simply u ptlmy to the galleries and that the bill was well known to bo unconstitutional when it was voted on by Representatives lint if no bill wearing something of tho saute re suite as tho Hepburn bill aims to scours is paMQt Senators will hare to reckon with a fooling throughout tho country that maycost them their seals Governor Folkof Missouri hits outlined his ideas concerning tom tion IIo proposes that personal taxes in regard to assosmnont of which there is so much dishouoHly anti inequality shall bo abolished mid that the taxes necessary for the expanses of tho state shall ho levied on real estato and corporate monopolies This is parctioally the plan of Henry George and presents moro features of rational taxation than most people who have not investigated the r are generally ready to ndmitr FROM THE WIDE WORLD It appears likely that the Agoroiras conference will end without any agreement on tho principal subjects of discussion France stands for special recognition in Morocco bo cause of her geographical position and her historic relations while Ocr many stands for a strict application of the equal treatment of all countries in that country France wants control of either tho policing or the financing of Morocco while Germany Insists upon tho equal participation in some form of all the Powers in both those directions William V Carmichael Shanghai merchant recently arrived in San Francisco says that the secret of tho present unrest in China is tho rise of a sentiment of nationality among tho sayslintis spreading like wildfire from pro wince to province and declares that the only way to deal with tho crisis is by moans of tho strong hand A former Secretary of tho Six Com panies in San Francisco has sent out a circular asking this friends to warn their friends to leave China at once i Reports come from Curacao that prncUca1Jy is reported to havo considerable dUn culty in raising an army for tho do fenso of his country against an ox pected attack from Franco The total strength of bis army to date is but 8000 men ELOQUENT SERMON Delivered by Dr Hubbard- In the New Cbapel Thursday Evening Was Hoard by a Largo and Ap preciative Audience Many Wore Converted liTho children of Israel went and did BO You can find it at your leisure In the Bible It in there Forget it if you caul The children of Israel went and did so Twenty fro years from now if I am living I dont know but that Ill offer each one hors a prize if ho has forgotten thu test The children of Israel wont amid dirt so I remember when a little follow going by where a blind man wan making brooms Tho blind man oraokeu a hickory nut and gave it to mo and he said to my father As long as your boy lives ho will never forget the blind man who cracked a hickory nut and gave it to him And true as preaching I have nev or been able to get out of my mind that blind man anti that hickory nut Tie children of Israel wont and did so Eighty years before our text WM uttered time children of Israel were having a very hard time of it in porrectdalightI were pulling to death the baby boys Israel groaned and sulTorod under the orueltyof old Egypt nail I doubt the laruelilish fathers andmuothers thought they Vouldllko- toI lake revenge on the Egyptians for inunloriiig their little children It tolathe people who realer any ono in our families but wo ilo not realize that one has only to havo patience I and God will revenge his own It is I not MoesMry for us to take vengeance lsloair own hands and repay tho- KIOpk who nay wrong us tho Lord takes are of that As far aliI have HTIM in the world I Intro never known any ww yet to do a wrong or tMrrrt hpf hiihegrt4hseeghwith life fat got come up with It is not ueeMMry for you to take the matter into your hands Some way or other under the providence of God the thing that is done wrong against adother is followed up and we need not have any care about it Eighty years before Israel suffered sad mourned for tho death of her children Eighty years seems a long time to whit for your revenge and for punishment upon tho Egyptians for all tho wrong they hind done but the time has arrived and Moses mines forward and tells tho people that tho- tJilftth ORlol ill going to pass through- nil hgypt amid that the first born in every home is going to die in a few nights And then Moses goes to tho children of Israel and asks thorn Would you like to have your first born usoajM on that night whop the throughEgyptwhich you onn save your firstborn All you have to do is to sprinkle blood upon thu door posts and upon the lintels and when the death angel shall come by upon that terrible night he will pass ovor your homos and pass over your first town and take the Egyptian firstborn And tho text III tho Scriptures says Tho children of Israel wont and did so So thoro was a busy fine in killing sprinklinghothe liutols for tho sparing of tho first bornI well imagine that III the after noon of that day tho last day thoro woro some who scoffed at tho whole thing and said Oh I dont see tiny gout1 In that sprinkling of bloodI cant seo how that is going to save anybody And they said Now Ill just not sprinklo my door posts with blood And tho first born boy comes out and looks at his houso and sees no blood upon tho liutols and upon tho door post and ho goes to his mother and says Mother look hero there is no blood sprinkled upon our door- posts nnd tho loath angel is coming by and Iota your first born IImafraid to die tonight and Im afraid I shall unless tho blood is putupon tho door posts Well said tho motherr think it ought to bo put upon the posts and the lintels but your fatherIdoesnt think touch of that But mother I want to bo dont wont to run tho chance of dying tonight Woll your father says ho doesnt believe there is any need of putting the blood therotoI know but ho is not sure Ho- i not SURE I dont waut to rest my life upon a dont think It cup to tonightAnd the father comes in and tho boy says Fattier there is no postsWell it makes any difference But Father supposing it does tonightWoll boon a good dwd of talking about putting xlIII the door posts but I dont believe it amounts to anything Rut father it may mnouat to seine timing acid I would foul n good deal safer in this house tonight If there was blood on the door posts And then tho father amid mother say to themselves Wed bettor tint run the chances on our doubts tonight And so this man goes find does as his neighbors havo done tho lamb is killed und the blood U sprinkled upon time boor posts And the time for the arrival of time death cwetyhousesprinkled And there is hound wail ing that night in all Egypt for the death angel has entered every Egyp lion homo and claimed the list born And thcolghty yours buck fa balanced Thou Israel is asked to go out on I their pilgrimage into time wilderness If thoy had only learned the itwon they got in the Passover to be obedi out whoa God commands they oould Immure gotten into Canaan in a year nnd a half But because they had belobedientyears wan i during ilxjut in trouble and dishes i And every time they refused to obey Gods word they had to suffer for it mud every time they complained against God Imoanee things were go ling bard with them limy had to r for it Go through the hide ry of that potpie and you willsee how they wittered here land suuVred there They began to complain iu ono place against God and thy be gan to complain against Moses fur I bringing thong out thert anti heestis they wero suffering iu thwihlrw w They complained ngninst Gal insteadI of recognizing tho fart that the Id imc was on their own shoulderI wqlfIIIHIto Lo bitten and to die Ami whfii the Israelites wtpIt la di frt tirf fiery serpents they rushed to Moses and said Wo have sinned and ere meeting the ponllityor our slums Wont you pray to God and let UN ooiifosH our sins that this plague may be stnyoilf And Hoses prayed tu God and God said Haise in the wil dornera n brawn serpent awl every ono that looksllpou that uplifted ser- I pont shall have tho poison that is coursing through his blood stiiywl and shall havo now life and new health New Ive no doubt the Inn dol was around somewhere at that time and ho said I annual wider stand how this is that just looking at a serpent of brass is going to stop tho poison that is going up in my ram and nil through me And he mtght have reasoned nud reasoned and died from tho poison Bill time command was Look Look at the brazen serpent raised in the willor- noes And every one that looked obeylugserpent meant faith in God It mount a real belief in his love and power nod it mnantobodiouco When God told them what to do and they did it they received a blessing and new lifeOh how hard it is for those old people of Israel to learn to trust and obey Godl And we think itso strange of them that they did not learn that when God said a thing He meant it surprisedlintof Israel We are a good dual like thorn We ore constantly doing the same thing God commands one thing we another anti we think wo are going to escape just as ahoy thought in older times Thoro was a good old woman once who had a Bible and it was marked all through T d P Time minister came in ono day looked at her old Bible and said What do you moon by TP 1 WellRho said IVo marked the promises that wny and Ive just taken mod at his word when ho promised something I jut tried anti proved it Oh I toll you promIsos thorn truel Lot us follow tho exam ESJtbuponlieborn Whether they understood or not or saw all the reason for it they trusted IIndoboycdTho children of Israel wont and didso Paul wont down to Phillipi and was holding splondidtmflces there but ho was by a spiritLc0 TWO TRAINS COLLIDE HEAD END BAD WRECK ON THE L N ROAD NEAR LATONIA KY Two Trainmen Were Killed Four Oth ere Were Severely Injured and Two Passenger Hurt Otertnnttl Feb 14Tn a heftdcnd colMatofl between the Now Orleans ijNrr northbound and a local pai train soutnoound on the IxiU trrilfc k Nwthvlllo railroad at Mau riotfjtation three miles south of La Ky two trainmen were killed toiuP IrtUnmen Injured and two pas BenjUfc received bnil sea The deed Engineer Peter furphyrtxwltvllto Fireman Joseph Stout LoofctfflloTSiiHnJurea W N Mllo flagman IHfevlfle skull fractured condition orMIMI 0 U Mahoney engineer hint 1lle anklo sprained bruised Pftttfek J Plugerald conductor Lou tarflta scalp wounds It W Lock woo lwci8einMter Louisville In term Injuries Mm Kelly Walters Station Ky and Thomas G Gat CtorapbelMHirg Ky both pa- saetlS on the local train were slight ly t red onUilxmiid train loft dnoin aft 140 When the train arrived the conductor won inform rear train northbound atra Me The engineer rmd train believed h6 the riding at Maurice Sta ties Itid proceeded to that place lie wee just wttefataK into the skiIng tile northbound train whIch lied t up the lost time crashed Into Duthbound train TATUE OF FRANKLIN Americas Gift To France on the Way l To the Latter Country Nf York Fob 14on board tho i BtdMler llonlPanx which sailed from lhh lity for Prance in tho imposing bronze statue of Benjamin Franklin which will be be sot up in Paris In TUB FRAN RUN STATUE To lJe Unveiled In Parts on MOlb Annl versary ef HII Birth the Rue Franklin near the site occu tried by the tMnteeniAn when he was Veiled States minister to France The tattle will be formally presented to the French Roverxunont The sculpture is a duplicate of one In front of the Philadelphia post office end cost 10000 GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP CUP Smathers Recovered Possession of It By Depositing a 7000 Bond Nw York Fob 144 E 6mathors the trotting torso owner Against whom a suit has been brought In tho New York supreme court by Secretary Murray Howo of tho Memphis Tonn Racing Arita ton for the return of the fold championship cup awarded him by that association whoa with Major Dulmnr ho defeated Lou Dil IUD In October 1904 recovered pos fi Mton of the cup by depositing a bond for 7000 with Sheriff Haym The cup had boon taken from Mr Smatbora room in his apartments on a Writ of replevin secured by Score tary Howo Mr Smathora will retain possession of the trophy pending the settlement of the suit against him for its return to tho Memphis Racing as sociation JOHN A MCALLS CONDITION Last Rites of the Roman Catholic Church Administered To Him New York Feb HTho last rites of the Roman Catholic church wow Mlratnlstorod to John A MoCall for mer president of the Now York Lift Insurance tbat Lakewood N J where ho has boon seriously ill for acme time Father Hoaly of the Church of Our Lady of tho Lake which tho McCall family has attend ed whenever at Lakewood officiated Mr MoCall had had a sinking spot and the doctors had been hastily call qhfamilythe worst Subsequently Mr McOal rallied somewhat but his condition remains critical Sunday Night Concerts In New York New York Feb 14 Holnrich Con reid director of the Metropolitan op em house was arrested Tuesday fa giving a rendition of Verdis requlon mass last Sunday evening Ills arrest was made for the purposo of i test caso growing out of a recent ogl tatlon against Sunday sight eeeewH U Now Yort u t r Jda00Awn YMt1W b lAetTTtlJAwa t QIt JJtUITAhsu W Uaooo c e Jan 4 06 t Did you know that we issue money orders payable anywhere theon globe without cost or trouble to the payee Our rates are lower than the poet office or express company and the service given is more satisfactory The following are our rates For sumsnot exceeding 5 3CtOver 5 and not exceeding S 10 5C Over 10 tt a ii z08cOver 20 II tt a30locOver 30 tt tt tt 40120O- ver 40 tt tt is50x5cOver 50 IC IC cc 6o18cO- ver 6011 Ie Ie 7520COver 75Ie t H ioo2sc Please cut this out for future- reference i 71 rCashier + 1 + HATS OFF Did you ever gotice some men look better with their hats off This is because their hats dont suit I them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexion Our Prices are Never MatchedJGranulated Sugar 05 Gold Medal Flour 00 Obelisk Flour Y U05 Jlealc 25 Diamond Coffee 15 and up Building Paper that hard time stores soil at 40 to 50 cts we sell 35 Did you ever notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his L8LLrorovo Toro ro uto raetoKo Ko etotKoroleoso otto rostoToro rorot o do 0t o o y o oThe Little Three 1 o t o- o o roa building paper clown from 500 to 350 o- o Our price has always been 4oc x- A 0 No2Big Four defied anyone to cut the price 0ofmeal below hoc Our price was soc 0 ls No3The Big Four was selling barbed wire o at 325 My price was 290 o x And still you ought to buy your o- A 0 goods of the Big 4 0 is o- fi o i A P SETTLE Jr I o J Phone 40 o 0xx4Uo7so1to7to1to11okolsowo31oi4 oStol4etto14o11oitot1o11o10o Oo1ts11aFAoUo- trK rw Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WETHA- NibpldibtWIbystnle7J wryms CHAPTHR LAT ZATON3 Marked cardsl There wero a score round us wben the fool little knowing tho man with whom he had to deal and as little how to lose like a gentleman flung tho words In my teeth Ho thought Ill be sworn that I should storm nnd wear and ruffle It like any commo cock of the hackle Dut that was never Oil de Beraulta way For a few seconds after ho hud spoken 1 did not even look at him I passed my eye Instead smiling bier cntendu o round the ring of waiting faces sal that there was no one except De Pom bal I had cause to fear and then at last I rose and looked at the fool with the grim face I have known Impose on older and wiser men Marked cards M IAnglals f said with a chilling sneer They are used inm told to trap players not unblrched schoolboys Yet I say that they are marked Jbereplied hotly In his queer foreign argon In my last hand I hat nothing You doubted the stakes Dab Sir you knew You have swln meMonsieur Is easy to swindle whee he plays with a mirror behind him I answered tartly And at that then was a great roar of laughter whist might have been heard in the street and which brought to the table ever one In the eatlnghouse whom his vio I lence had not already attracted But I did not relax my face I waited until nil was quiet again and then waiving aside two or three who stood between us and the entrance I pointed gravely to the door There Is a lllUc space behind the church of St Jacques M VEtranger I said putting on my hat and taking my cloak on my arm Doubtless you will accompany mt thitherHe snatched tip his hat his tact burning with shame and rage With pleasure he blurted out To theIdevil If you like I thought Inn matter arranged the marquis laid his hand on the young fellows arm and checked him This must not be be said turning from him to me with his grand fine gentleman air You know me M dc Berault This matter has gone fat enough Too far M do Pomball I answered bitterly Still If you wish to take the gentlemans place I shall raise no objectionChut man ho retorted shrugging his shoulders negligently I know I you and I do not fight with men of your stamp Nor need this gentleman Undoubtedly I replied bowing low If be prefers to be caned in the strccuI stung the marquis Have a care have a care he cried hotlyi i You go too far M Berault De Berault If you please I objected eyeing him sternly My family has born the da as long as yours if de Pombal He could not deny that and he answered As you please at the same time restraining his friend by a get ture But none the less take my IIadrlce he continued The cardinal has dueling And thin time he means IU You have been in trouble once and gone free A second time It J may fare worse with you Let this gentleman go therefore M de Borault Besideswhy shame upon you man he exclaimed hotly he Is but a lad Two or three who stood behind mei applauded that But I turned end they met my eye and they were as mum as mice His ace Is his own concern I said grimly Ho was old enough awhile ago to Insult moo And I will prove my words tho lad cried exploding at last He had spirit enough and the marquis had had hard work to restrain him so long You do mo no service M do Iombal he continued pettishly shaking off his friends hand By your leave this gentleman and I will settle this matterThat is better I said nodding dryly whllo the marquis stood aside frowning and baffled Permit me to lead tho way batons eatlnghouso stands scarcely a hundred paces from St Jacques la Boucberle and half the company wont thither with us Tho evening was wet the light In tho streets was wan Ing the streets themselves were dirty and slippery There wore few passers in the Rue St Antoine and our party which earlier In tho day must have attracted notice and a crowd crossed unmarked and entered without In terruption the paved triangle which lies immediately behind the church I saw in the distance one of tho cardl nals guard loitering in front of tho scaffolding round the new Hotel Richelieu and tho sight of tho uniform gave us pause for a moment But it roponjTho at onto to strip off his clothes I closed mine to the throat for the air was chilly At that moment while we stood pre paring and moat of tho company seemed a little inclined to stand oft rI from rat I felt a hand on my arm aldI turning saw tho dwarfish tallot at whoso house In tho HUB Savonncrli I lodged at the time The follow presence was unwelcome to r y the least of it and though for want of better company I had sometimes en couraged him to bo free with me qt home I took that to be no reason why I should bo plagued with him before gentlemen I shook him off therefore hoping by a frown to silence him Ho was not to be easily put down however And perforce I had to speak to him Afterwards after wards I said I am ongaKod now For Gods sake dont Sir was the poor fools answer Dont do Itl You will bring n curse on the house Ho Is but a lad and You too I exclaimed losing patience Do silent you scum What do you know about gentlemens quarrels Leave me do you heart But the cardinal he cried In a quavering voice Tho cardinal M do Berault Tho last man you killed la not forgotten yet This time he will be sure toDo you hear I hissed The tel lows Impudence passed all bounds It was os bad as his croaking Bo gone I said I supporo you are afraid ho will kill me and you will loso your money Frison fell back at that almost ns It I had struck him and I turned to my adversary who had been awaiting my motions with impatience God knows he did look young as he stood with his head bare and his fair hair drooping over his smooth woman- sforeheada more lad fresh from tho College of Burgundy If they have such a thing In England I felt a sudden chill 03 I looked at him a qualm n tremor a presentiment What was It the little tailor had said That 1 shouldbut there he did not know What did he know of such things If I let this pass I must kill a man a day or leave Paris and the eatlnghouso and starve- A thousand pardons I said gravely as I drew and took my place A dun I am sorry that the poor devil caught mo so Inopportunely Now however I am at your service Ho saluted and we crossed swords and began But from the first I had no doubt of what tho result would be Tho slippery stones and fading light gave him it is true some chance some advantage more than he deserved but I had no sooner felt his sword than I knew that ho was no swords man Possibly he had taken half a SHAME dozen lessons In rapier art and prac ticed what ho learned with an English man as heavy and awkward as himself But that was all Ho made a few wild clumsy rushes parrying wildly When I had foiled these tho danger was over and I held him at my mercy- I played with him a little while watching the sweat gather on his brow and tho shadow of the church tower fall deeper and darker like the shadow of doom on his face Not out of crueltyGod knows I have never erred in that direction but because for the first time In my life I felt a strango reluctance to strike the blow The curls clung to his forehead his breath came and went In gasps I heard the men behind mo murmur and one or two of them drop an oath and then I clipped sllppel and was down in a moment on my right side my elbow striking the pavement so sharply that the arm grow numb to the wrist He held off I heard a dozen voices cry Now now you have him But he held off Ho stood back and waited with his breast heaving and his point lowered until 1 bad risen and stood again on my guard Enough enough a rough voice behind me cried Dont hurt the man after that On guard Sir I answered coolly for he seemed to waver It was an accident It shall not avail you again Several voices cried Shame and one You coward But tho English man stepped forward a fixed look In his blue eyes Ho took bis place with out a word I read In his drawn white taco that he had made up his mind to the worst and his courage won my admiration 1 would gladly and thank fully have set one of tho lookerson any of tho lookerson In his place but that could not be So I thought of Zatons closed to me of PombalB Insult of the sneers and slights 1 bad long kept at tho swords point nod pressing him suddenly in a heat cl af fected anger I thrust strongly over his guard which bad grown table and ran him through the chest When I eawJUm lying laid out on the stones with his eyes half shut end his face glimmering white in the dusk not that 1 saw him thus long for there were a dozen kneeling around rim In a twinkling I felt an unwonted I pang It passed however tn a mo ment For I found myself confronts by a ring of angry faces of mon wh keeping at a distance hissed and threatened me They wero mostly canaille who had gathered during the fight and had viewed nil that passed from the fai ther sldo of tho railings Whllo some snarled and raged at mo like wolves calling me Butcherl and Cut throat and the lute or cried out that Berault was at his trade again others threatened me with tho vet geanco of tho cardinal flung tho edict In my teeth and said with glee that tho guard was coming they would seo mo hanged yet Ills blood is on your head one cried furiously Ho will be dead an hour And you will swing for him HurrahBegone to your kennel Inn swered with a look which sent him a yard backwards though tho railing were between us And I wiped my blade carefully standing a little apart Forwell I could understand tI- was ono of those moments when a mai Is not popular But I was not to bo outdone In sang froid I cocked my hat and drawim my cloak over my shoulders wen out with a swagger which drove the curs from the gate before I came with- In a dozen paces of It Tho rascal outside foil back as quickly and In a moment I was In the street Anotho moment and I should have been clear of the place and free to lie by for a whllo when a sudden scurry took plac round me The crowd fled way Into the gloom and In a handturn a dozen of the cardinals guard closed round me I had some acquaintance with the officer In command and he saluted me civilly This Is a bad business M de Berault he said Tho man Is dead they tell me- Neither dying nor dead I an swercd lightly It that be all yet may go home again With you he replied with a grin certainly And as It raIns the soon erthe better 1 must ask you for your sword I am afraid Take it I said with the phlloo phy which never deserts mo But the man will not die I hope that may avail you he answered In a tone I did not like Lot wheel my friends To the Chatelet March There are worse places I said nnd resigned myself to fate After all I had been In prison before and learned that only one Jail loU no prisoner escape But whet I found that my friend orders were to band mo over to the watch and that I was to be oonflnet like any common Jailbird caught cut slug a purse or slitting a throat t con fess my heart sank If I could get speech with the cardinal all would be well but If I failed In this or it tb case camo before him In strange lIsp or he were In a hard mood himself then it might go ill with me The edict said death And the lieutenant at tile ChaUlol did not put himself to much trouble to hearten me What again M d Berault be said raising his eyebrows as he received mo at the gate and recognized me by the light ol the brazier which his men were Just kindling outside You are a very bold man Sir or a very foolhardy one to come hero again The old business I supposeYes T but ho Is not dead I an iwered coolly lie has a trifle a mere scratch It was behind the church ol St Jacques lie looked dead enough my friend the guardsman Interposed lie had not yetgoneBah I answered scornfully Have you ever known me to make a mistake When I kill a man 1 kill him I put myself to pains I tell you not to kill this Englishman Therefore he will live- I hope so said the lieutenant with a dry smile And you had better hope ao too M do Berault For U not Well I said somewhat troubled If not what my friend I fear he will bo the last man you will fight he answered And even If he lives I would not be too sure ay friend This time the cardinal U determined to put it down Ho and 1 are old friends I said onfldently So I have beard be answered with t short laugh I think the same was said of Cbalais I do not remember that It saved his head This was not reassuring But worse vas to coma Early in the morning orders were received that I should be treated with especial strictness and 1 was given the choice between Irons tad one of the cells below level choosing the latter I was left to so lest upon many things among others on the queer and uncertain nature of the cardinal who loved I knew to play with a man as a cat with a mouse and on the 111 effects which sometimes attend a high chest hrust however carefully delivered l only rescued myself at last from these tad other unpleasant reflections by obtaining tbo loan of a pair of dice md tho light being Just enough to snablo me to reckon tho throws I mused myself for hours by casting hem on certain principles of my own But a long nm again and again upset ny calculations and at last brought no to the conclusion that a run of bad uck may bo eo persistent as to ECO out tho most sagacious player This was aot a reflection very welcome tone at the moment Nevertheless for three days it was all tho company I had At the end of hat time tho knave of a Jailer who tttendod me and who had never grown tired of telling mo after the fashion of Us kind that I should bo hanged came to ino with a less assured air r Perhaps you would like r little water ho said civilly Why rascal r I ASked I To wash with ho answered- I asked for somo yesterday sad you would not bring it I grumbled However bettor lato than never Bring it now If I must hang I will hang like a gentleman lint depend upon It tho cardinal will not serve an old friend BO scurvy a trick You are to go to him ho answered when ha came back with the waterWhat T To tho cardinal I cried You ho answered Goodl I exclaimed and in my Joy I sprang up at once and began to refresh my dross So nil this time I have been doing him an Injustice Vivo Monselgneur I might have known It- Dont make too surol tho man answered spitefully Then he went on I have something else for you A friend of yours left It at tho gate ho added And ha handed mo a packet Quito sol I said reading his ran sally face aright And you kept It as long as you daredas long as you thought I should hang you knave Was not that soT But there do not lie to me Toll mn Instead which of my friends left It For to confess i the truth I had not so many friends j at this time and ton good orownlI sumIarguedma crooked dwarfish man left It he said I doubt I might call him a tailor nnd not bo far out Chut I answered but I was a little out of countenance I understand An honest follow enough and In debt to me I am glad ho remembered But when am I to go friend In an hour he answered sullenly Doubtless he had looked to get ono of the crowns but I was Ibo old a hand for that If I came bark I could buy his services and If I did not I should have wasted my money ITo De Continued ENDING OF AN OLD FEUD nKlluprd Par Scrltninnur Vet lteeee Irnnaht ua Proper Cuiirlnclun Ono evening when the mall arrived at BartttMVllto by stage there was the u unl move on the part of the crowd of idlers to enter the poatn lee It so happened relates tho Rochester Demo rrat and Chronicle that Jones the village cooper Jostled Whit the vll lags cobbler and they turned upon each other with What yo jwehln lur Tern Jones Whoa apttsblM Bill Whit Yon ate No 1 haint Then Im n Marl then you hot Then r can lick two such pumphla hands as your Then I dare you to lay a hand ot meThere was hole that thy would fight but nothing of the Mad took place Next ovenlng they bad the scrape over again and PO on the next and by and by U canto to n regular thing Rvcry week day evening for long years they lied a war of words end there wns little variation Then the people ft the town IteoMnie dis couraged and one evening u the two men wero going through the usual pro gramme theY were suddenly pnihftd together Wbt accidentally stuck a finger In Jones eye and Joiien ktohcd at a dog and landed on Whites shin It was a gulden opportunity for ho long deferred battle to 50 on and for a few seconds the crowd held Irs breath Then the two men turned and fled from each other one going up the street and the other down and when they met three days later Tones held out hit hand and raid Dill I haint mod at you Dud never was Tom replied mil as he reached for the hand I halnt mad at you neither and lets go fish In tomorrow together 1M A trrHoard- Mrs Dobbs waited until dinner was over before she handed Mr Dobbs the note Willie had brought from his teacher My boy said Dobbs when ho bad read it I understand tram this that you are excused from school until the board of education has hn oppor tunity to consider your case Yes sir answered Willie who had begun to whimper Do you know what the ward of education Is my son No sir Mr Dobbs went Into the shed nnd selected a thin flexible strip ot board Then he summoned his son and for several minutes bo was buy with WillieThat my son he said u he fin ished Is the board ot eduutlcm that was of ute to mo when I was a boy N Y Press Mixed Dates Fouryearold Sarah had tiro uncles living out of town who wore about to bo married I So you are going to yoar uncles i weddings dear And where will they he married naked an intfrrwod friend of tho family Ono li going to bo ntrrlod In Washington declared the child and the other In January Uipiucotts lagazln The Art ot Letter WrJIInu A man dictating a letter to annOior nan with whom he had junrroIiKl wroto tbus Owing to the fact that my typist Is a lady I canrjit ray to I you wtt I think of you nnl OR i amIn gsnteman I vold pot But being irtl pr can rrudiiv i JI vhrt is in my minllNovel Mualr AN INTERNATIONAL ZOO Different Countries Which Are Pia tonally Represented by Animals Birds beasts and even fish are used n various ways to pictorially repro lent particular nations and countries Unybe fantastically treated they fig Ire for Instance In cartoons copied ilrect from nature they appear on ostago stamps and so forth In this way the Ilo= first here seen repro places emblem stripes pattern Great being supplied notice man and turndownnEAT BRITAIN sailor collar and portrayed as very much on guard on tome rocky cliff of our Island We will notice somo other creatures In this way which SIne as emblems of countriesLike king ot beasts the king of birds finds a place In our gallery Indeed ho has two Tho American eagle tho ot the United States Is shown as haling feathers grow In such a away as to form- a stars and 1 occasion we with Is a very UNJTBUHTATEl flab bird often as In act of soaring has wings ot huge extent and plenty of talon and beak The German eagle wo notice Is a different looking bird with the lomclltnes owcthlng equivalent awarsmans depleted somewhat In Instance distinctly mar appearance- Ile has mill helmet ot some ORRaIANCrind hanging a co I I a r The refitment of birds wings tall lag tealhars Is quite Teutonic The bear big shaggy and flatfooted stands Russia having In that ro ipeot qulto ousted wolf onco so tied A wolf on ooea 11I1ay or look like a on wears a large a Mar Is a ilways The that Mar II wearing from Its shape Insists en aet that this bear Is a lUsstan may by be rRMUeRed that the of what wi term a beaver hoMo tag between which pards the by long ale for this cap He the this tial his head and decora lion from tho ind for tike fox but cap UM the ens- it the way want national animal to he taken M nprtMtttatlv of Japan leas been mueh felt ly artists ufon in times to fancy picture of affairs rotat lag to the Jap FRANCK ncse natlen France next on our list has the fowl a iprightly looking cockblrd from the farmyard Ito wears wooden sabots an his feet has a of Liberty set Jauntily on his head and has slung round his neck medal tearing tho Initials of tho French republic Canada is here doubly represented by us The picture shows the Cana dlan Its S teeth a maple leaf as ro Canada Is to lents a a a a tary a bear draw Cap a English rose Scottish thlitlc or Irish shamrock Ot course when It Is said that for Instance a lion represents Groat Britain a tiger India and so forth no law Is laid down as to tho attltudo that tho animal Is to adopt Thero are therefore any number of vat cries of each of our examples which Indeed are offered as typical ot pic totted treatment In each Instance Newfoundland Is sometimes repre tented by a dog of that breed by a NEWFOUNDLAND count itching Industry Newfoundland natural blow morn often chosen that codfish quaint bird storkIn plo turorondored still moro quaint being depicted wearing Dutch cap smoking tobacco pipeAmong more ponderous quad rupeds tbat taken emblems Brit salted resent Gslllc ptarmigan cart boo American reindeer by seal but on of the great ot tho history am for country a Holland has thn the the a and a are a or a ac Is as as or atI lIOfLAND hippopotamus Just as we here por olvo the Congo Free State has the olephnnt Tho particular o 1 o pliant selected by that state is of course a very largo esker CONGO FHBB which Is usually STATIC depicted as boo log in a rather truculent mood Probably Jo you know tho young woman whom you Just spoke to very wall Moro calling acquaintance Obi T lephone glrUClovoland Leader THE MOCKING BIRD Very Graceful in Its Movementne How It Alights and Performs Otbtr Maneuvers The mocking birds movements says an observant writer In tho St Louts Globe Democrat excepting In flight are tho pcrfcctlou of graco not oven the cat bird can rival him In airy lightness m easy elegance of motion In alighting on a fence ho does not merely come down upon U his manner la fairly poetical He tiles a little too high drops llko a feather touches the perch lightly with his toot balanoes and tosMa upward his tall often quickly running over the tips ot half a dozen pick uts before he rests Passing arras tho yard ho turns not to avoid a taller tree or shrub nor does ho go through it he simply bounds over almost touching It as It for pure sport lu tho matter of bounds tho mocker Is wltbU a poor The upward spring while sins IB an ecstatic action that must be seen to bo appreciated ho rlsos Into the air us thusgh too happy to ro main on earth and opening his wings floats down singing all the whllo It Is Indescribable but enchant- Ing to see In courtship too ho makes effective use of this exquisite movement In simple foodhuntlug on i the ground a most prosaic ooeupauon truly on approaching a hummock nt I grass he bounds over It Instead of go lag around In alighting on a tree ha does not pounce upon the twig ho has selected but upon a lower one and PIMM quickly up through the branch T as lithe as a serpent So fond Is ho of this exercise that one which I watched amused himself halt an hour at a time In a pile of brush starting from the ground slipping easily through up to the top standing there a moment thtn flying back and repeating the performance r Should the goal of his Journey be atfence picket he alights on the beam which supports It and hops gracefully to the top Like the robla the nwcklngbIM aedks his food from the earth sometimes digging It but often picking It up illa manner on tho ground Is mush like the robine1 he lowers the head runs a few steps rapidly then treats himself very straight for a moment But he adds to this familiar performance a peculiar anti beautiful movsmeat the object of which I have been unable to discover At the cad of a run he llftahbi wings opening them wide displaying their whole breadth which make him look like a atlCltftUc butterfly then Ustantty lowers his hsod am runs again general ly picking lIP something as he stops A RflHtlflBMft la South Carolina fa- alllAr with the ways of the Mrd sue gests that his obeet Is to startle the graMhoppw or as he expresses It to Atteb his pH THE INK AQUARIUM Brilliant SlelghtoMIand Perform ante Whisk Any nll7 Can Learn to Do Present a Slate rail of Ink to the view of the spectators then prove that It is Ink by dipping a vtilUng card in It and thowtig the sore Now announce that there are live fish In tho tumbler tbat- lNl thrive on Ink and you will provo they are there by changing the ink to water so that the onlookers may leo them Throw a handkerchief over the glass so as to entirely envelop It repeat an Incantation and then suddenly whisk the handkerchief away The audience will be very much astonished to find the glass filled with water clear as crystal with several nth swimming about in It APPEARANCE OF TU TWO GLASSES The trick explains Good Literature Is performed In this way M n 11A or thin black rubber cloth and line the In sides ot the glass with It then tie a black thread to the upper edge of the cloth Attach a little button or bit ot cork to the end of the thread overhang ing the tumbler as thown In the draw ing Fill the glass with clear water and Introduce several fish live ones it you can possibly procure them but It not toy fish will serve though the trlcK will hardly be so effective The ink test with tho visiting card is accomplished by means of a confederate who is In tho audience and who hands you a cards which Is marked with Ink on one side As you dip the card Into the tumbler you contrive to turn it around and tho audi onto thon sees tho black side thinking naturally that It has Just been Immersed in tho Ink The startling change from ink to water Is effected by pulling out the rubber cloth by means of tho attached thread and button when the handker chief Is whisked away Some practice Is needed first In order to do this with j out spilling the water In the glass A boy Hero A boy of 13 wont into tho Jail at Jacksonville Fla and asked tie authorities N to allow him to servo out the sentence of a boy who had been Imprisoned for vagrancy The Justice who sonloQccdi tho boy was appealed to and was so at fectod by the lads devotion that he orctiered his trolL Freo Pressi 1 DR HUBBARDS SERMON I i OOXTWCED FBOM flRST PAOliI I who was all the tlmo following him about and shouting words at him nsI ho passed along tho street She was in tho employ of ono of the politi cians of Philippi a man who had a grip on tho city politics But this girl was bringing great pain to him and his associates she could tell yourfortunovery willing to know what their fu turo was to be and she would bo at n certain place and a young fellow would come In and say I want to know about my luturo what kind of a business am I going to have What kind of n lifo am I going to have What kind of n homo and wife am I going to have And this girlwith out any questions could toll tho whole thing and of course the young verylrooly duyboout of her and when commanded the evil spirit to come out of her tho evil had to oboy So this ceoothenyera this fortune tellers busI iness was gone and she was no longer I ofany ustsof any value to those who had employed her Well imme diately thorn politicians when they found their business was gone went before the city government and said Look hero Theres Paul and Silas in town disturbing tho peace they are raising a rebellion hero they arc contrurY1tolike to have them arrested So tho police brought them before the court those tearful fellows Paul and and they wore ordered to bo SihlllI and thrown into prison so was used and they wero beaten until their backs wore cut and tho blood ran It woe a fearful time for Paul dldlbutthat night nor give them anything to cat but they wore put in a prison with their toot put Into stocks no that they could not stand up Tho jailor and the others did not care tbolgraftsure bethought ho was going to hold them sure But pretty soon there was a pretty strange experience Sarno- way or other when the grace of God gets into a human heart there is joy there oven with tho back bleeding oven when things worn dark and tho way Is hard there is a song in the soul that will express itself And BO at midnight song was hoard a song victoryHow sungtheregreat doors of the prison that wore supposed to be BO securely locked I swung on their hinges and tho doors were open And the jailor wakes up and when ho finds the doors open hoI knows what that means ho knows it moans death for him and so humiliated j and unnerved was ho that ho was ready to kill himself rather than have to be killed by some ono else And Paul sees that ho is about to commit suicide and ho says Here what aro you so worried about wo are all hero Then the jailer antiI his family rush in and MY Master what must wo do to bo saved f And 11111worththe privilege of telling the jailer and his household what they must do to boI saved So Paul says Believe tho Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt bo saved Easy doctrine Trust in Him and thou shall sco salvation not only for thyself but for thy house hold It took ouly a tow minutes for tho and his family to no knowledge Josus Christ and in an lamUyhadconverted jailer began to perform somo Christian service for Paul and Silas washing their wounds and pro paring them something to oat rank IIsloopPaul just simply obeyed as God Epoko and the jailor believed him I when ho said Believe on tho Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt bo goingtoWhat can wo do with thorn 1 Tho jailor got rid of his very quickly in Jesus Christ Your pastor has just road that passage In John As Moses lifted up tho serpent in the wilder i noes oven BO must tho Son of Man bo lifted up That whosoever boll evethi in Him should not perish but havo everlasting lira Oh it was only a look I You may ask mo how those Israelites bitten by tho fiery serpents Bylooking ObeyIIn tho samo wayby looking I i- Wo have all sinned Oh how we going to got rid of the sin 1 oroI Rims Bonar tolls of aq experience that happentd fu Warsaw Russia a short time ago There was a young man there in tho company of some Jews IIWhyIy never v wayuYoungyoull take my sins Humph easylIllthe Jew taking out his wallet sn counting out in IJunaian coin what would be equivalent in our currency loughedDidnt5 thingPrettywb took tho sins of tho old Jew for 1 began to bo sick and tho doctor came and examined him and said 11 dont find any trouble with you i sir and ho began to question him At last tho young mnn told of tho JowIsomogas to trouble him the fact that ho had said he would tako tbo sin weighed upon his soul Pretty soon ho found ho was getting worse his friends got around him and tried to do something for him and they got up a subscription to try to buy off the old Jew to try to get him to lake back his sins again But uo the Jew wouldnot do it They raised some 000 and offered the money to tho Jots and the Jew would not take it The young man continued to grow worse medicine could not help him i nothing could help him Ho fel theIrid of them KJ he died I caro not matterIsins of that Jew ho could not get rid of tho idea that ho had those sins o him and It was his death What are you going to do t your sins f The sins are hero an you must got rid of them Vhe will you flail any one who will your sins But there is a Substitute slollIlorfact Perhaps there is another illustra tion You havo heard of William DuringIwero somd Palmyra and there was trouble boo PaliI of Palmyra citizens of Palmyra shot conII a o this citizens of Palmyra wore arrest and brought before tho court an condemned to bo shot Teu of thorn wore selected by drawing lots There wore ton who wero to be shot and there wore reserved others who wero to bo shot in case there was more trouble between tho two William Lear WAS not among those who wore to be shot but there was ono man drafted to be killed who had a wife and a large fatally This man was knowian lIurI when William Lear came up to him and said Sir I have no family I am all alone in tho world I have not boon drafted Are you plaooNowf known before that one man should bo willing to givo up his life for urgedthotake care of Lot mo tako your ntItako his place and bo shot down In order to spare him to his family So theIit Is to be ton men and if you want to substitute for ono of them it is all right And so William Lear took his place and stood in the lino and when the order was given Fire William Lear with the others fell lend questionSupposej familyhlldthe whole mattornover said any thing about William Lear Would you uot call him a mean man f It doIof it over and over Wherever that man wont ho would say I am hero by tho sacrifice of William Lear I am living hero I am having a chance to take care of my family because he placoIyou a is willing and glad to bear your sins and wino and that substitute is found in Jesus Christ Ho has shod his blood in order that there might remission for your sins andmy iins and Ho only requires that wa look to Him and say honestly Lord Im sorry for tho sins Ive committed aud I want your forgiveness I want you to take my place And Jesus Christ has never proved himself false to human souls that thus came andacknowledged Him as Lord and Christ and asked for forgiveness Just as in those old days tho brazen serpent wan raised In ho wildaraex poisonedbyhave tile so in the fullness of time Christ was raised on Calvary in order that any who had been bitten by sin might look to Him and have life acknowledging Him as Lord and Savior After tho battle at Gettysburg a woundedd aSItmlnreaches his son who has been taken to tho hospital He goes in to see his son and tho son says Oh Im toGsister f And then after a little con venation tho father snag out of the room and says to the physician Toll mo about my boy Well says the physician tho boy cannot get well He is wounded unto death Ho may live an hour or ho may live lour days but he cannot live more than four days The father comes back and the son says Father they are expecting me to die arent they You have boon talking with the doctor What does he sayf Toll me frankly I want to know just how It ii Tho doctor says you cannot gut well You may live an hour you daysBut to die Im not ready to die Now father wont you toll me how to diet Wont you tell mo Im not sate Make it so plain that I can got hold of It Why my boy why are you not ready to dial Oh father you know Ive not al ways lived just as I ought Ivo gonGod Toll me how I can be saved medroOh yes father I wish I had nev er done titanIwish I could get rid of them agoyyou once for something you had done in school t Yes I remember father And I remember how sorry I was about it You rebuked me father and I got howtaround your nock and I said lather Im sorry that Ivt done that Wont you forgive met And you know you said I forgive you certainly I for give you And then how happy I was withdgo Him as you came to mo and tell Him you are sorry for your sins sorry for what youve done and oak Ilk for givoness Is that all fIt I Why the Lord says Whosoever comoth unto Mo I will in no wire cast out Just take Him at Hs word And so the son turned over on ha pillow for a law moments and tle father waited and thonjhe turned back and said Father it is all right He hiss forgiven mo because I asked Him Ho never denies what He promises Ive told Him Im sorry and Im happy in believing in Him A short time after the doctor came in pnttontWby1 is getting along hooa father was able to take his son homo rojoiciugDear friends that is the whole plan of salvation as far as I can see it Just follow the Israelites of old theyWent oboyLetIm sorry for the sins of the past I ask you to forgive me With Christs help Ill live better and truer and yourbaudsaved men and women m Christ Jesus our Lord ILLINOIS NEWS TC8COLA DOCOLAS COVKTT Feb 10We are having fine shapeShinsDouble Lick Ky to see his father and mother and other old friends and relatives He has beon absent from there for five yoarsThe Rev James Lunsford from Berea Ky preached sovaral sermons at Villa Grove Ills lost week Large crowds attended his meetings If you want uptodatoof Tuscola IllsThe people in nil nois enjoy reading The Citizen ITwosIts pretty tough to be continually called a robber said thoeolemn passenger when youre merely trying to do tho best you can hI reckon it is agreed the fat passenger What aro you pard an insurance official or a baseball um pits fIt DrWG BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office SaR BAKER Dentist KYOYerOffice hours from 8 to 4 Teeth eztrncted without pain Somnofnrmr FOR SALE Some of the best properties in Berea and its suburbs at remarkably low prices btu t sell at once or the properties- go off the market Call quick ly and buy while y5u have tlia chance You can see me at myoffice on Main sreet Beret Ky Call or write G D Holliday PHONE 71 MonumentsURNS STATUARY or Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable dispatchAU Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets Chicago Tailoring Company Mr W L Flanery represents this well known tailoring company in Boron and will fit you to stylish clothing of the best material and made to order at the most reason able prices See him before you order a ready made suit FOR 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in both directions W H lOWER Ticket Agent r EAST END MEAT MARKET- I have good young Beef and Pork at all times at my GroceryStore nut street Also good fresh possibleIsave money BeF HARRISONPhone ReB ROBERTS Real Estate Agent and Abstractor of Deeds OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE inter Hour from O to 12 n HI Farms town property etc for Sala or to rent Call and see mo if you wish to buy or sell property Anxious to Sell A newly finished well improved louse and Lot on Mill street Also an extra large lot in the t tend of town containing airly gxxi HouseAnyone desiring home in Baron should call on me I can furnish you property either up town or down in the valley property already int proved or u nice largo pot with a house that you can improve yourself H 0 COMBS ventilated Rooms for FOR rent RENTIFOUND A purse containing money has boon found and is now in the hands of G D Holliday The owner can obtain his proporty by describing tin purse and its contents and paying for thin advrtiimnt G D HOLUDIY b The Citizen an independent Family Newspaper If rubllifatd every Tlinmlay at Korea fly T BEREA PUBLISHING COlIP ANY L E TUPPER Editor and MET Subscription Rates PLTAULJ nt ADVANCC One IIro- 11a monthi ro Three month m send money byrotoll1re elwey Order Rr- I reu Money Order Chest malt Iteclterod Litter or out end two cent stamps The date titer your nameshow to whet date your iubCTlptlon ii paId K It It not chanced withIn throe weeks flu lending ui moue j otlfy us- Babnerltan wishing Tnx Cmzutt itorpt J Mort notify ill tthe explntton of IUb wrlptloa paying all arrears we Ihln cnildcr at they with It continued Notlfrni tone ofany chance In youraddrm kiting both old and new addreun Milling numbers due to wrapper fomlneol IUPfUeAgcnti wanted In every locality Write for lama Anyone lending ui lour yearly tub yaTlpdoaawWrecelroTua Cniim Ire for oni y + taco Deterioration That physical degeneration of the British race At home lean tmpondln danger leas been recognized to the ox tent that a parliamentary commission haa Investigated the subject In are s port recontly submitted to comrais slon recognizes the danger and enu meratea the causes of the downgrad movement Overcrowding with Its attendant evils Is given first consldera tlon In the report which shows that tko death rate Increases In startllr proportions wherever condensation ot people takes place Other cause named are unhealthy conditions or work the tendency to leave the opei country and huddle In towns and ctUCll and bai or InsuJBcUnt food The pe mayIexodus from the rural districts to Crowded cities Is widespread and all the other VIla making toward race deterioration spring from that In cit 1 ies the struggle Is for existence not for progress and men must work un der conditions which would not tempt them In the country There Is just to much room so much work and so I much bread and many are scrambling tit a portion The threatening condi lions and tendencies found In Great I C Britain are to be noted In this Country yet It s not too late late to avoid here the blighting results noticed abroad y Since the announcement of his tom leg marriage to Miss Roosevelt Con f gressman Longwortha mall has Increased t fourfold Nearly waif at his letters contain certain recipes for pro rmotlng the growth of hair and he is offend k any quantity of Infallible tonics if he will use them and send testimoni I als in return He gets statistics to j prove that no baldheaded man has ever been known to go insane that lack of r hair is a preservative against all man ner of pulmonary diseases that crim t male of all classes are noted for their j growth of shaggy hair usually straight and black and that baldheaded men in benevoiI anything Is likely to happen we just sit around and wait fliAlmatwho kills himself because he all Interest in life should al himself six months morel ewhen he seems to be at the very end of his rope In those six months f li says the Minneapolis Journal It Is within the bounds of possibility that his mine may begin to pay dividends that he may find A tendollar gold pfeti t on the sidewalk that somebody will b think he Is a pretty good fellow and i leave him 10000 In his will that he will see a good dog fight or get a chance to beat the coal trust Dont kill yourself Walti A few weeks ago the business men at Chicago sent a committee of 13 representatives to the ilarge cities la the middle south to persuade the mer chants of those places that It was to their advantage to trade with the mer j chants of Chicago They were dot j drummers In the limited sense that they sought trade for particular merchants f They were drummers for the whole of the great and growing city t I which Is already the second largest on the continent and may some time take the first place GOT Folk received a letter from a woman who thanked him for closing the saloons on Sunday saying It saeant Ibread for her family where they dig not have It previously One such b ier f from a good woman more than compt p sates for tho curses from 10000 out laws was the governors aasertlon The Western Kansas correspondent makes a blizzard out of a mod fall of snow Is tbe same personj Iwhowhom each brisk wind Is a cy each thunder shower a cloud burst and each balmy south breezed a hot wind President Eliot says that In the city of Cambridge in which ho lives there t Is not a single rich man There area P number of its citizens however who ere rich from the very want pt wealth ill FOR SURVEY OF GREENLAND Danish Explorer Will Try to Make a Rellabl Map of Outlines of the Island Greenland is tho largest Island t the world but we do not know exactl bow much it exceeds Now Guinea tn area There is a long stretch of Its northeast coast that has not yet been surveyed Tho money has been raise to complete this survey About the middle of June next the Danish ex plorer Myllua Erichson will lead a pat ty to that region to complete our Knowledge of the periphery of Groan land Erlchscn Is well known for the good work he has dono In West Greenland and the important undertaking now confided to him Js believed to be In excellont hands The expedition will be gone two years and It is the Intention to make a thoroughly good stir veyThe party will sail on the steamer Denmark with a one equipment and- n persons In the crew and scientific start which will Include a geologist biologist botanist physician and artist for It is Intended to paint some of the scenes along the coast Seventy sledgi dogs and some motorboats for pens tratlng the fjords If the Ice condition will permit area part of the equipment The leaders first plan was to as cend the west coast obtain a party of the Smith sound natives and cross the Inland Ice with them to the unknown coast Hilt when Peary went north J few months ago be secured all the best men among the natives for his north polar expedition and so Erichsen has decided to tare his vessel straight to the east coast He Is certain to find 8 good harbor In about latitude 75 in the region explored by the Koldoway expedition and here the party will spend next winter In March 1907 a party of 12 men with sledges and dogs will start for tho extreme north mapping tho unknown coast as they advance They expect to complete the survey to Independence bay thus Joining their delineation of the coast with Pearys napping of Independence bay and tho slands to the north of Greenland It ts hoped that the party will be able to eturn to the ship late In the summer It will be too late however to return home that year and so Erichsen iroposes to supplement the coast sur roy with studies of the interior Ice sap and It conditions are favorable he nay even attempt to cross the Island from east to west The party will To urn home in 1908 It will be remembered that the duke of Orleans last summer skirted the coast of east Greenland for about 100 miles north of the highest point faith rto reached on that coast but the ourney was a rapid one on his steamer with no opportunity for careful stir rey The most definite Information he brought home was that the shores un Ike all the other coasts of Greenland corned to be almost wholly destitute of deep Indentations HED HAVE KNOWN IT- Vhat George Ade Thought About a Report of His Coming Marriage The report was current a short time ago that George Ade whose many books of wise fables adorn the Harper list and whose sidesplitting comment on matrimony have become cur ent aphorism bad himself been aught in the tolls and was to wed lisa Dorothy Tennant the actress who hs made such a hit in Mr Ados play Tho College Widow A recent New York dally publishes an amusing In terview with the fabllst and playwright anent tots same bit of gossip Are you going to marry Miss Ten tent asked the hopeful reporter respectfully Not that J know of said the play wright and I think I would have the Irst tip Why not pursued the Intrepid interviewer Well for one reason said Mr Ade j have a Tenant on my farm tow Aro there any other reasons per listed the pertinacious pencil pusher when the wild uproarous laughter had subsided Yes said Mr Ade gravely I may be a farmer but no one can accuse me of being a husbandman Moral Its a smooth guy that knows when to sidestep Growing Lemons in Kentucky bestIIKentucky as ho has grown them himself One specimen measures thirteen Inches In circumference Mr McMa kin planted a slip sent him by a friend In New York and obtained several lemons of great size They require too much attention to be grown in Kentucky to any extent but a few can be used without diflcultyLoutevlli- eoat Morning Goods Do you sell mourning goods asked the woman entering the department IoreYes madam replied the polite ocrwalker youll find the breakfast food unter In the basement two aisles to the jlght Yonkers Statesman Making Boom SheWe ought to have an upright piano for our new flat It would take up less room than our square on- eIeI cant afford to buy a now IMXJ Youll have to turn tho rquare pieD lilt end Ypphcw Statesman mIlt Undtittg OUi ana wIlt tenpk nf raItt r r By MRS J G PHELPS STOKES Social Settlement Worker who before her intrrluc wit Rose llrrrlct Pastor OnE happy where nil is fair just and good is an easy thing to be happy where injustice and wrong prevail is impossi ble The average working girls body and soul arc not merely under constraint busthe conditions in which she works arc usually so unjust and so inimical to healthy growth and development of mind and body and spirit thai instead of joyous acceptance of the conditions or indiffer ence to them her whole being if she Is a girl of depth of feeling cries out against their injustice What the working girl needs is that attitude from peo ple of wealth which will lead the latter to be utterly unwilling to re ceive benefits in the shape of dividends produced under conditions detrimental to the health happiness and spiritual welfare of their factory workshop sisters All possible joy generally is excluded from the workshop by the rigid rules against talk among the workers The work becomes hate ful and is ill done in consequence Friendship can hardly develop On the shoulders of the employing and propertied classes must lie ninetenths of the responsibility for the weakened physiques and the impoverished constitutions which lead to the appalling frequency of death from needless and preventable causes Shorter hours fairer wages and the kindlier and more human consideration arc the work ing girls need- sOnethird of all working women between the ages of so and 45 die annually of tuberculosis and this disease is due to the conditions maintained in tenements and workshops by people of the employing and propertied classes A few dollars or even cents less in dividends distributed over the entire stock issues of a few companies would often mean little to the highest welfare of the holders of the stock but often it would mean a difference between life and death both physically and morally to hundreds and thousands of working girls Aim jrf iraumtg in 1ijigl grIlnnlli By FRANK If COLLINS Director of Dnwlnf ind Manual Training in New York CRY Public School Ihe aim of drawing- in schools should not differ except degree from the aim of drawing all schools which form a part of the general scheme of public instruction The outline of exercises may for the dif ferent grades the plan of instruction may vary in different localities yet the aim in view the ciul to be obtained should be the same for all instruction from the elementary classes through the college and this aim should be pri manly to cultivate a love and appreciation for the beawUful torn and color Drawing with music and literature forms a triad which make as a part of our scheme for public instruction for culture and refinement as opposed to coarseness and vulgarity greed and selfishness Instruction in drawing should be linked to a higher purpose that merely mental development Correlate it ever so well with the othe branches in the course of study make of it as far as it is possible to do so a coordinate part of as highly scientific a scheme of instnictior as you will but I beg that it be not forgotten that this study with music and literature arc the only links which connect public schoo education with that part of our existence which transcends mortality Behinl our instruction in mathematics English bookkeeping typewriting etc should be a force that makes for the creation of tin desire to live worthily inspired by ideals that exalt and dignify We should believe that besides our instruction in these subjects which make for mental development and power to earn a livelihood to make money to take part in the everyday affairs of our time in struction should be given to develop a faith in the glory of the world and existence that honesty decency generosity and charity coupled with a belief in immortality and love arc essential to right living Art in its broadest sense should be recognized in our courses of study and should include drawing music and literature and the aim of instruction in these branches should be primarily to make for those essentials to right living There arc machines Cbe Political Ifacbiaeand machines been good These and 6 0 01 and Badbad machines Sonic of them have stood for tin real interests of the Dy HON or Dotonwhole party whose name they bore others have stood for the interests of a little clique of men that would be willing to sell their party body and soul for what they could get for themselves out of it Organization not domination should be the watchword of every useful machine any other kind will find it impossible to last Or ganization depends on unity If any machine neglects to consult a considerable part of the party that it is supposed to represent and ca ters exclusively to those of that party who arc on the inside that is the kind of machine that has outlived its usefulness and ought to be andwill be destroyed however a machine endeavors to represent in its operation as fairly as possible all the elements of the party it will remain a co hesive and a useful machine It will be able to serve the interests of the people by effective organized political effort in behalf of party principlesThis kind of machine was organized and conducted by the great est men in the early history of our republic and notably by Thomas Jefferson who acted on the view that organized unified expression and defense of political principles is necessary to the success of a great political cause The latter daybosshoweverof the stamp that has brought odium on the name machine organizes for himself his friends and favorites with he object of strictly personal gain and power and woe betide that Individual who talks party principles in his presence J believe that a machine of this kind is weak in proportion as it roars and Bricks in its effort to operate and that its disintegration is not far off For when it ceases to represent its party it cfacs to represent an real principle high in in differ in If j TOO MANY MOUNTAIN LION Duidos Have Government Contract to Kill All Found in Yellow stone Park Mountain lions hue Increases to rapidly In Yellowstone park of lato that they threaten the extinction of deer elk and other wild animals that live In this great government gait preserve So numerous have Iho cougars become that tho government through President llcosevclta recon mondatlon has given John and Home Got celebrated guides and hunters nt Meokln Col n contract in elastic lions out of Yellowstone pork reports the San Francisco Ilullctlr Golf and his brothers will have iev oral assistants all celebrated lion hunters end with his great pack of cougarhunting dogs will make t thorough business of ridding Yellow stone park of Its peats rho work of hunting lions In Yellowstone park will It Is estimated take several seasons and In the mean time there Is a demand for lion hunt ers In Colorado Wyoming and otbe cattle states whore stockmen are suf faring losses from these predator animals Cougars are said to bo on the increase In tho Rocky mountains and unless something Is done to Itop their ravages they will not only male way with much of the wild gam Jut will Inflict Incalculable damage on tho live stock Industry Owing to the numerous number af mountain lions In Yellowstone park the government will not have to pay a large bounty to tho Goff brothers The hunters will receive a bounty of five dollars on each mountain lion ther kill In addition to a salelj of 15 a month each for their work Most of the work will be dono between thi spring and fall for the winters are very severe in Yellowstone park the climatic conditions being almost arctic owing to the moisture generated by the many geysers The work wll1 be done systematically and there Is no one else In the country equipped to carryon the business of extermlnotlni cougars In such wholesale fashion The Ooff brothers have the largest and finest pack of cougar hounds In the world A good cougar hound rosa US to 100 as a puppy but this Is A I mere bagatelle In comparison with the work of training the hounds The animals have to be trained constantly In the work of trailing and treeing cou I gate and In learning how to close with thorn when they have been brought to the ground desperately wounded Ani I then after mouths of training a dOj may derek p a yellow streak aaC prove utterly worthless for eoagai work Occasionally a cowboy shoats 1 mountain lion as the animal to fours oatlng the carcass of a roll or calf It has killed but these are rare Instances and usually the mountain lion make Its kill and gets fuecMwfully away Most of the calves killed by the Horn are under six months old If thoy would content themselves with ottlni tho earcaMM of tho animate they kill the lost to stockmen would not M K heavy but cougars develop a aMa which Is fairly epicurean and will have nothing but the blood of calves An Arltona stockman recently reported that a lion was traced to hk lair and killed Scattered about Ute plate wens the bodies of 11 salves all kltytd within a short time For some reason the mountain lion prefers the flesh of a colt to that of any other animal and cougars have become the terror of horse raisers In tht Rocky mountain stolen THEYTHE WORK Notable Instances of Success of Men Who Were in Congenial Employment The famous head of a well khown lanufaoturlng srm expressed the be let that success comes of finding Ut work ono loves He himself Is a case In point for ire gave up a college career to take up I rork In a little business established t by his father In this he took so keen Inn Interest that today ho Is at the lead of a huge army of employes I Another example is found In a film ma sculptor who surrendered a com I rercla position yielding 5000 a year II study art In Paris Ills friends bought the act a rand one but It hit Inca been amply justified A third notable Instance Is found In tho career of a wealthy land agent who began as n doctor built up a plendld practice after ten years work nd then gave It up to devote hlmiolf to dealing In property To tho on kokers It seemed like a reckless throw- Ing away of good fortune but the doctor know the pursuit for which Na are had fitted him and In n few years mdwon n fortune Explanation Native Yes title Is a great town of urn Every stranger who comes hero seems to like iL- TravolerNaturally There are five reasons why a stranger should like It Yes of course Rut would yo- uermlnd telling me what they are Certainly not They are the two railroads and three traction lines that he can get away from It oneCbteago Dally News Supply and Demand- I wonder why there are so many lendaclou people In tho world says tho person who Is always man cr less grieved It Is merely a question of supply and demand answered Miss Cayentr There will always be people to tell alsehoods so long as there are foolish people to believe them Mblngtoa t StAr M ffi tIIA U 11 TREATMENT OF INEBRIETY How the Efforts at Reform Work in Great Britain Largest Class of Drinkers Not Reached Mr Sholl who has just retired from service as n metropolitan police magis trato after 26 years glvos the following observations on the treatment of In ebriety Temperance in the sense of modera lion was of no avail to tbo drunkard because It was impossible to hint while as for total abstinence although per tape It enduro for a year It usually wasibut a thing of a day In altnoet ease a drink offered in a friendly spirit would lead to a fresh outbreak with worse results than before The habitual drunkards not Is merely permissive while the Inebriates act affects a comparatively very limited class of persons namely criminal and habitual police court Inebriates It in no way reaches an Immoaiurably larger class of persons who rarely If ever figure In police court records or In pub lie documents at all Tide Is not be calico they are not drunkards but be causa of the endless sacrifices made for them by their friends In the hopes ot keeping them out of trouble and of avoiding open scandal Few peoplolmt medical men have any Idea of the extent of the evil and the number ofsilent tragedies due to Inebriety A considerable percentage of these eases might prove to be curable It early and proper treatment could be en forced but at present this Impossible They must themselves apply for lIeolu- slon In a rtttreat and thin they fall to do until matters have gone vary far This Is quite natural because many In ebriates areas Incapable of appreciating the gravity of the disease as any legally Insane person What Is wanted in England U the power to detain In a retreat for a period medially deemed to IM advisable any person who Is proved to be a drug or drink Inftbrlale British Medical Journal ON THE WHISKY TRAFFIC A Long Indictment of King Alcohol and Ills Human Agencies for EviltTonight It enters a humble home to strIke the rotes from a womn heck- and totnorraw It ballMiM ibis te public In the halts of equgrm Today It strikes a crest from the tips of a starving child and teworrow tails trlhulc from the government Itself There Is no cottage humble enough to escape It no place strong enough to shut It out Itdofios the law when Ilcausot cu roc suffrage It U flexible to cajole but nttrciirtt ID victory It Is eke mortal enemy of poare and order the d poUer ef roan sad terrai of women the cloud that ihaMws the face of children the demon that his dugNmore graves and seat mate tewta shriven to judgment than alt the posit lances that have waited lire shoe God seat the plagues to Bxjpt Sad all the wars tlnee JOIbua clod before Jortjthe It cornea to ruin slid U shall prefll maluly by the ruin of your toOl and mine It comes to mislead human settle aDd to crush human hearts umtorlu rum bung wheels It comes to bring graehelred noth era down In shame and sorrow otheli gravesIIt comas to despair and her pride Into shanan U comes to still the laughter un the lips of little children- It comes to stifle gilt the innate of for home and fill It with silence and desala- ion It comes to ruin your body and mind to wreck your home und It knows U must measure Its prosperity by the swiftness and certainty with which II wrecks this world American Home IN TEMPERANCE FIELDS Does hell exist YM Wharet In over 200000 saloons American Issue The lown state officials Bro plannlm to not to work la the coal mines the drunkards that are sent to the new Intbrlato asylum of tho slate Tho board of police commissioners of Kansas City Mo has publtibw orders to the effect that pollee officers must not drink whether on or on duty or at any time when they have their uniform on The Manitoba Sundayschool asso ciation has entered upon a pledge signing crusade and has prepared cards single and double also hnnoi rolls for tie Insertion of names or all who are pledged- Temperance and Track Athletics Thero Is a temperance lesson In the Marathon race of 25 miles which U always a feature of Doatona celebra ton of St Patricks day The doctors who examined the runners Immediate i ly before and alter the races declare hat those who arc tho most successful nnd suffer tho least Injury from the contest arc the ones who have beer given no alcoholic stimulants either before or during the long hard race In several casco the runners who are Slven a drink of whisky or other stim ulant during tho race soon flail themselves In distress and aro obliged tc quit running Tho winners had onto n bit of lemon Juice or an occasional nuallmv of water i 1J CONVENIENT HOG HOUSE Arrangement of Building Which One Farmer Has Found to Co Satisfactory Last tall wo built tho hog house illustrated herewith writes a corre spondent of tho Ohio Firmer It li 20 foot long 12 feet wide und seven feet high to tho square In tho plane Is tho hallway D tho feeding floor D tho Bleeping room A room for broo sow 13 tho trough 0 window for throwing out manure F tho hog door The partitions separating these rooms or divisions are four feet high Tho partition between the hall C and the feeding floor D sets over theI trough B leaving enough of the trough projecting Into the ball BO that slop can be poured In from C dido Thoro la n window In sac end and one In each end of attic Tho sow room Is provided with guard L TUB 1MPUOVHD JIOQ HOUBIC rail around three sides to protect- the little pigs This room Is for rowing with feeding floor In tho yar outside We got out all the frame timber on the farm buying only tho drop aiding shingle window and the door and sash The houeo ti set up on atone pillars leaving apace underneath largo enough for A dog to rut through so that there Is no rat har bor The artist did not got the partition botween A 11 and C D In proper petition D should be 12 feet long and II eight feet The bridge at hog door can bo removed and put back irt pleasure Tho shingle on this house 3100 eoat H60 the drop aid Ing door frames etc about J0 the labor outside of getting out the frame timber about 28 Wo hired an extra hand two or three days to help cut toga and get them to the mill tb real of that work was done by tho farm manager and myself The total coil of the building Including th painting was not over 75 Tho floor Is of two Inoh hard maple and red bc oh plank and the frame ratters lath Joxt partitions ete of beech We shall hue two more windows put In and will then consider the house good enough for tho purpose and am ple for a dozen head of swine besides the brood sow and pigs NEED OF VENTILATION a Low Temperature with Good Air Is Better Than Higher Temperature and Foul Air When it cornea to tho ventilation re member that tho stable should be normally Just warm enough to keep the cow comfortable Tho old Ideathai to save teed and produce butter eco nomically It should bo 70 or even CO degrees In the cold days of winter Is long ago exploded Better too much ventilation and too cool than too hot and stifling declares C D Smith of Michigan agricultural college Naturally without artificial heat It la Impossible to have the stable warm In tho sense of above CO degrees on raid days and at the samo time well ventilated The silo should be at ono alto with a ventilated space between It and tho stable The hay If over the cows should bo supplied through a rhute outaldo the stable but near enough to the feeding alley to avoid carrying a long distance and conse quent dust TIm LIVE STOCK Always use a thoroughbred sire and give him tho beat of care Unused horses and colts will require no grain If fed molasses with tho hay Farmers who experience difficulty In making good silage either cut the crop too green or olio have Improperly con structed silos Going Into sheep growing Pick out the highest driest part of your tarn Sheep cannot go with wet feet High ant dry must be tho rule with them Do not tempt your hogs by placing them in a ratnihaokly old pen Matte the pen good and strong After a hog once guts out It Is hard to keep him In It Is estimated that tho cost of main raining 100 breeding ewes In condition is U per day or one cont per head per day when kept on corn fodder sugar boots and oats Farm Journal Tho Chrysanthemum Tho chrysanthemum Is the glory of the season In Its everyday form InI tower garden or border and Is oven more beautiful than In Its major or bothouso development It Is tho llIltI of tho floral gifts tof the season I Dont Have Too Much Drafts If wo had a henhouse with a big bolo In tho top for a ventilator TVO would stuff It with straw or hay to prevent tho steady draft which the f- pj cn hole Sires A TALK TO STOCKMEN Some Advice as to How to Improve the Breed of the Animals on tho Farm Producers of live stock and anim products might bo classified into soy eral groupr but there are ono or two classes in particular that Wit wish to tMt Str blivSy Wrrt lbrrr I tha class engaged largely In tho productfo- of pedigreed animals to be disposed of for purposes of Improvement we have no criticism to offer this class they are by far too few and do not recelvo tho support and encouragement that their efforts deserve The average produce of meats and milk not breeder seams determined not to pay more than about meat improvedd e producIngsecure improved males at these low prices too many producers fall back on tho grade of even tho scrub and frequently combine with this 1 breeding Tho greatest nnd most press Ing needs today In live stock Improve goohremunerative prices for them and cease admixing blood and using grades dud scrubs Lot us suppose the CaM of a farms with a bunch of 20 cows and heifer of common and mixed breedings says Robert S Shaw In the Prairie Farmer In general this man cannot sell off these mixed and common cows and replace them with pure bred ones for two reasons first If many were to attempt this at once thepedlgreed animals could not be secured they are too tow and second the finances of few moo would permit such a course as It might tako the returns from several common cattle to secure ono good ono Tho first step toward Improvement must be to make the best possible use hitt d ttameldy n suggest that tbo two first classes be retained and tho last disposed of as quickly as possible In the best avail able way Next the producer must stop think and decide upon what line or lines of animal production he gneiss to tallow and then breed with no other purpose In view but that one Then In the case of the herd of cattle seouro the bat ptrllgrenl bull of the brood show Ing the desired type that the pocketbook will allow when ho can be used i no longer without Inbreeding secure abettor one of the same broad and soon In constant succession Not moro than two or three genera dons will have been produced by the good bulls from the common or mixed draft COWl before their progeny will typoeof ancestor as producers moot or milk they will soon almost equal the capabilities of the breed used for Improvement We must not forget however that these upgraded animals In most Instances can never possess pedigrees nor eta they retrain the same degree of prepotency as tbii breed used for Improvement At tho name time that the first sire Is chosen we suggest that a tamale or two of the same blood as tho bull bo secured It possible Tho progeny of these two or three regls j tered animals should grow Into a nice little herd at the end of ten years which could be used to replace tho poorer of tho high grades That the high grads Is a useful ani mal cannot bo disputed It forms tho bulk of the western feeders coming to our teed lots It makes up almost the same total of the 400000 prime steers that annually cross the Atlantic itt occupies no mean place In the list otI wards In tat classes at state nation al IhOWS1Itof cooperation for bo established by which males could bo owned and used by several parties rather than one In theory therotag propositions sound well but In actual practice they have not worked well as Illustrated by tbo numerous unsatis factory results from tho Joint ownership of stallions NONFREEZING WATERTANK How Galvanized Tank May Be Ar ranged Over Well Ho as to Protect tram frost A very simple device for keeping wa tcr from freezing Is to make a tank of I WATER TANK THAT WONT FREEZEI galvnnlzoJ Iron two or Inch C1with narrower at tho bottom than at to without a bottom Set the whole d rectly on tho stringers of tho wet 1asand plank up to It on each side Then the warm air from the well striking against tho bottom of tank and side keeps iho water warm And sugges tbo Rural Now Yorker a cover to t box Is a good thing- Something Wrong When wo churn half an hour one and halt a day the next It Is evident the temperature of tho cream Is wrong Have a dairy thermometer use It thus preventing the occur fence of such trouble Farmers Voice Try feeding molasses to a part of the horses or colts and note results II Is both economical and satisfactory Increase the herd gradually by car ul selection and keep it up tor big standard SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON A Day of Miracles in Capernaum International S S Lennon for Feb 18 1000 IDr HBV WILLIAM EVANS H D Director Ulbllcal Department of tbt- iloody Blblo Institute Chicago OfU alp CountyChicago j internationaln i II Copyright 180 by Joseph n Bowler Scripture Mark 12134 Golden Text He healed many that were sick Some ono has said that In this tea son wo spend n Sabbath with Jesus We co with Him to church listen to His preaching watch him when inter copied by a maniac cast out the evil spirit end then make the taro A thce service wo accompany Him to Peters house sad see Him euro Peters tmotherafternoon In quiet nnd rest Towards vlllaga to 111m a great number of handsidesyy Christ as a Teacher Our lesson sets Christ forth liSHono Who taught with authority and not as the scribes Tho teaching ot Jesu struck the people like a panic They had been used to the dryasdust teach ing of the Scribes Jostle pales a liv fad not a mechanical message He ex plained the Scriptures not as u com mentator but as the author Christa e message was flnthand lie spoke one who knew cChristsDay Conscience Is not the ultimate rule of life tho final arbiter In the qua recolnlz8Iaware that It Is a faculty that can be warped drugged misguided and si lanced Therefore It cannot bo de pended upon as an absolutely correct criterion ot truth and conduct Reason Is Not the Ultimate Author ity A man may say that he needs no other revelation than his own reason or that bo will accept nothing In lh Bible saving what accords with hl reason thereby making ills cease and not due revelation of God tho cr torlon of right and wrong Inasmuch however as different men have differ nndIInI Icflily in tho dark Treason tberefoio cannot bo tho ultimata authority In matters of faith and practice Words of Jesus Final and Authorita live When Jesus Christ has spoken there is nothing more to bo said When Christ hen passed Ills judgment Is no appeal from It Ills words areful float and authoritative Jesus said He that rejoctetb Mo nnd pot My words hath one that judgeth him The word that I have spoken the same hall Judge him In tire last day Thus we see that tbo words of IChrist are not only to bo the stand ard of our conduct here and now but tho standard by which wo shall Judged hereafter Jesus as a Miracle Worker Miracles were not tho principal part of Chrlxts work They were stony subordinate Moro than once Christ expressed tho roar that men might be tempted to make miracles the coo prominent part of His work and lhu advertise Him as a healer of mens bodies rather than tho saviour of their eosin That was tho reason wh again and again Ho forbade tboae Whom lie had healed to advertise the healing ThU Is vastly different heallingssubsidiary Miracles were Incidental to the soulsaving work Christ Miracles Typical of Jesus Desire to Help Men Jesus never wrought miracles to provo to tho people that He was the caKet the temple was a temptation of the devil to make Christ miraculously proto to tho waiting people In tho courts bolow that He was the MOB wish This He resolutely refused t do Nor wero the miracles for the purpose ot persuading men They were tokens of Christs willing ness to relievo tho distresses of met We Should Help Men Christs mission Is ours likewise As lie was sent Into the world by the rather so are we sent by the Son Our follows are bowed down spiritual ailments tar more seri ChristIe at woll as the body The spiritually blind tho moral leper the man den I to tho things of God all these ace the hurling touch of the Christ It toh0lIt with the Great Physician Christ Costs Out Demons Demoniacal possession was common in the day of Christ Whether It Is still In existence whether or not men are still possessed by demons may bo an open question Returned mission arles from Chins India and other foreign countries are very emphatic In tho declaration of their belief In demon possession today Christ can cast out these demons Iet us see to It that we woo are Ills pothCfirlst Even the demons are subje SCIENTIFIC KITEFLYINO Cameras Attached to Them and Pho tographs Taken at Great Altitudes When a kite was flown without tnili s new era was openod for it and the kite coaled to bo a toy Tho behavior of n kite In the air proves for one thing that many preconceived Ideas of wind are wrong There are vertical as well as horizontal strata of air and a strong breeto Is made up of little breezes moving at different speeds and in different directions Those facts which a kites movements in tho air disclose account largely for the soar- Ing and flying powers of birds who make instinctive use of every wind soaring upward on upward air currents and flying against the main currents of the wind on a breeze flowing against the general drJrtIIt has been taining 70 square feeL of supporting surface will exert a pull of from GO to 100 pounds A big kite of this kind can not be managed by hand but the wire must bo carried up from n sub stantial hand or steam windlass or reeling apparatus In this experiment the kite is made fast with a long wire to the ring at the end of tho main wire the metcoro graph is attached and another kits la cardsAs the kite rises the wire Is unwound from the reel and when the angle with the horizon becomes small another kite Is attached to give greater lifting pow er and so on until the required eleva tion Is reached A pause Is made at the highest altitude to allow the re cording Instruments to acquire the conditions of the surrounding air the height of the met rograph is calcu lated and then the steam engine Is sot to work to wind In the kite In this way several hundred records Ireand at one time they reached the elevation of 15000 feet or three miles above tho sea Tho amateur does not need such ex pensive outfits to do some interesting work He may become his own weather prophet by sending up thermometers to tho clouds he may tell the ap proach of thuoderatc ms by attaching mayqgraph in midair slgna with flags or ttsend off fireworks fror an elevation 1where the effect produced is worth the Involved alreadybeenthat it Is possible to send up a camera parUcularbuilding chance of failure One enthusiast has arranged a contrivance for taking com plete views of the horizon Eight or more cameras are arranged back to highIntoshutters snapped simultaneously by pulling a string below Many success panoramic views of large cities fromhtaken In midair buildings and scents appear much nearer than they really are and there id siren a curious mirage effect which is Invisible from landscaPBlookbeKites have been put to many ingeni Tokeepkeopthemkiteshovorlng Minesa in Ore gun for the last half century it was greatyup u coal mine Those mines located near prom coal by schoon San Kranclsco These mines are ofstill beyond reach of the railroads and are still shipping by wafer however the output which was then 60000 tons yearly has increased to more than five times that amount MARKET REPORTS ofCinetnnatl Feb 10 1610nvYSHKEPExtra S 6- 0LAMHSKxtrn Mg7 7 K Wd8ORN No 2 mixed 4rt 4 I mixed M 9 8S k1IAHtIOpIORKCMcarIAltDPrtme steam BUTTERCholCB 5 4 dairyS 8 Choice creamery ffl AIPIESCholcc per bbl ft G POTATOESPur bush Off 75 TOBACCONew 500 CUM Old 4W GUTS CHICAGO FLOUnWlnter patent 366 O 4 10 WHEATNO t red s o SlL iCORNNo 30d1ORKMen prime 11 50 fill K IJtDlrlme steam 70S O7 47tf YoRlcCt 4 10 04 4- 9WHKATNo 2 red O t COUNNo 2 mixed U + i OATSNo2 mixed n f 31 HYK Western mixed w 74 f8LAIU1rlmeBALTIMORE WHEATNO 2 redw O S9 COUN No 2 mixed O 4- 7OATTLESteeni 6 4 00 J 4 6- 0HOaaUreised 675 tP 7 0- 0LOWSVILLB WHEATNO s red r Ia CORNNO 3 mixed 47 6 4t OATSNO 3 mixed 34a o si- PORKMOSS f i2ro- LARDateam 750 INDIANAPOLIS WHEATNO s mi o ro IORNNo 2 mixed Q 42 30ct BereaCollegeFOUNDED PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years I NORMAL COURSESFor teachers Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Four years fitting for College for business and for life COLLEGE COURSESLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who hill help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2423 Fall term opened September 13 Winter term opened January 3and Spring term will open March 21 Congregationalists For Information and friendly advice address the Secretary t WILL C GAMBLES Berea Madison County Ky ee eQ e G 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS i w 1 +o+o+o+o+o+o+oio+o+o+o+o +o +o+rio+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+od o+o o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON+ 0 o Is here and every housewife wants one or more + 10t1Q1IFITS FROM US ITS GOOD l+ Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines 1 F15 f3O and 135 worth 550 Z6O and 65 u i CETJTOHER NSenoneirce- o 0JopllntoidStanil Richmond Ey Dty Phone 73 t+O+O+O +O+O+O +OO+O +o t 4 + +O+ O+O+O +O+O+O+O+O+O+O +o+O+O Carriage Satisfaction HereIBuggies PhaetonsRunabouts SurriesTraps Durable Graceful Useful ComfortableStylish Our Vehicles ate every one FLAWLESS in wheel finish and trimmings No other sort could give the satisfaction our carriages invariably give thaNOWWo repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Rleamcm Ky Madison County Roller Mills E I iddiH I P Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be bird to beat JPRIDB OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour HeItlili Potts Duerson I VkUM Suds Ky I II 11 Nltt4I444I4JIILIII4 h j Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 III for Men 300 250 and 200 for 4 r Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known I everywhere throughout the world They have to giro better satisfactIon than other rakes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere 4- p We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j fit r inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYES JBEREAKENTUOKY t11111111111111111111 HI 11111111111111111111111111 Berea and Vicinity I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IIi LLLLLLLI2 iIIlU11l111111111iIIIIH The Berea Telephone Comhany has been doing a thriving business since the beginning of the year Thirtytwo new phones hove been put in in Berea and several at Faint Lick The new year has boon a good time r for straightening out accounts in the Citizen office so far as those are concerned who live outside of Berea I The list of paid up subscribers has never been so large as now But thee Berea list is somewhat behind Those in arrears are invited to join the pro cession of paid ups Dont wait to be dunned but come in and set your subscription ahead There aro still many copies of the Chapel Dedication Extra on hand Come in and get some to keep as souvenirs and to send to former Bereans to show them that the I world do move The banner Citizen agent to date is Miss Nannie Martin of Tuscola 1 Ills who has sent us in ten subscri I bore within the last week Are there X11not others f There seems to be as of a Kentucky colony around Tuscola as there is in Hamilton We wonder if theywill nil be back for Home Coming Week next June We wonder if much attention is being given to the County Unit Bill Ibyits friends in this vicinity A copy a petition originating with lIon Noel Gains has come to the Citizen office that might well be a model for others What are you doing about the matter friends of law and order in the state- Comrade P Lainhart of Berea has pointed out some mistakes in the History of the Eighth Kentucky by Captain T J Wright now running as a serial in the Citizen We would be glad if any other of the old sold iers who find errors in the History would report such to us j The TwentySixth Annual Report of the Kentucky Railroad Commission has come to hand It would indicate I that tho year just passed has been a busy ono to the Commissioners and that they are well worth to the state the increased salary which they askI for thoir successors in office The tables show a prosperous year for the railroads of the state but one is sad dened and shocked by the fact that 100 passengers and employes have duringiDr Baker will return Thursday from Louisville where he has been attending tho Dental Association and suppliesjher daugh ter Mrs Smith in Corbin A letter from a subscriber in Chest erfield Ohio says that they are en gaged in making maple sugar at that place Good We hope a little of it will get down hereI Three children of Mr Kimbrell are down with the measles and are reported to be quite ill Mrs Kim I brell was also taken down Tuesday sight + t I The increase in the numberof cases of measles in the College has severely taxed the resources of the Hospital force Miss Clark Head Nurse is incapacitated through overwork and is under the Doctors care G D Holliday continues to add to his stock of fancy groceries and his little storehouse is literally packed with good things to cat He has several real estate deals on hand also which will be chronicled soonIThe myetery of the magic figures 2which have been seen for the last two weeks on posts and bulletin boards and which one man supposed to relate to the number of cases of measles in town is at last solved Itt is the date of the Baud Concert All interested may now look for the bills The meetings are greatly enjoyed by the people of Berea and vicinity Dr Hubbard is a preacher and a persuader to righteousness who talks as a man to men and has none of theI so called Revivalist methods andI his straightforward manly appeals are thoroughly appreciated The installment of the History of the Eighth Kentucky that is due to day is crowded out by Dr Hubbards sermon While wo are sorry to dis appoint thoso who aro following the History with interest we are glad to give one of the sermons that have been moving our people to seek the Kingdom of God and his righteousness this week We are sure that this sermon will be read with interest by subscribersMr Little are in Berea for a few days Mr Little is Field Superintendent for Kentuckyand Tennessee of the American Sunday School Union Mr and Mrs Little may locate in this vicinity Dr Hubbard returns to Auburn today His visit to Berea so far as his services and personalexpenses are concerned is the gift of his church tho First Presbyterian to BereaMessrs Horton and Spencer are going into partnership in contracting work this season They will begin- on a largo school building at Har rowgato Tonn Mr Horton will finish theyear with his classes Mrs Spencer is rapidly recovering from the operation which she underwent some time ago Lewis Johnson who is employed at the Livery Stable is to be married todayMrs Grosvenor was taken sudden ly ill whilo taking a vocal lesson at Music Hall on Thursday and had to be carried homo Sho is about again todayOur now serial Under the Red Robe begins in this number Wo are sure this will be followed with inter est by our readers Next week we will give some explanation of tho historicalcondition of France at the time in which tho story is laid Rev T A Kitchen was in Combes last Sunday He will preach at the Congregational church next Sunday ry r svr ww m r wran II College Items HERB AND THERE IIJlIIIIII1III11Jo- Dr owlrhas received word of the senous of his sister In j Lorain Ohio All the young men in the emer gency hospital arc doing splendid ly They hope to be out soon Mr Charles Allen a young man from Martin county arrived last Saturday and will attehd school here until the end of the year j On last Tuesday and Wednesday all studies with but few exceptions were suspended at the College that mightiPresident J Thompson Baker CollegeIone o o College sends his salutations to Berea and reports that his five months old son Ralph weighs twenty pounds Professor Ernst G Dodge Class of 93 has resigned his position as Professor of Ancient Languages at Urbana University Ohio to accept an important place in the Manual Training School of Brooklyn N Y where his address is 455 A Fifth street The Citizen extends itscongratulationsThe measles through which the Chllege has been going shows the absolute necessity ofa larger hospital The present Hos pital accommodations were small even when the College was much smaller but now with the increas ed and continually increasing at tendance it is evident that steps must be taken to provide ade quate facilities for emergencies Dr Cowley has had ninety cases during the last three weeks and these have been scattered all over town Steps arc already being taken for enlargement The First Regiment of the Kings Sons and Daughters an organization of those who have come to Christ in the first meetings- in the new Chapel building took lunch with Dr Hubbard at the Ladies Hall today Thursday Certificates of membership in the organization were distributed The new Chapel proves a most fit and inspiring place for religious meetings The acoustic properties of the assembly hall are perfect and the recitation rooms and the Chapter room lend themselves most admirably to the special work incidental to such meetings The College Orchestra gave great assistance to the singing It will play regularly hereafter at the Sunday night Chapel services Dr Hubbard addressed the young men of the Y M C A last Sundayevening in the Chapter room His talk was pointed and well suited to the occasion being- as is usual with him splendidly illustrated After the address he asked for the testimony or experi ence of the young men in regard to the Christian life Judging from the number of ready responses Dr Hubbards remarks had accomplished their desiredend Miss Bessie Elliot daughter of Mr M Elliot of Lock Bell coun ty died at the College Hospital Monday after a very short illness Her death was caused by congestion arising from measles She became unconscious almost im mediately after she was stricken and did not recover consciousness again Everything that could be devised for her aid was done for her Her father was sent for but he did not arrive till after her death A funeral service was held in the Chapel at n oclock Tuesday morning and Mr Elliot started the body on the after noon train Miss Elliot was a young lady of much promise and her loss is deeply mourned by all who knew her The sympathy of all goes out to her parents The Impel Meeting The services conducted by Dr Hubbardclosed with Thursday morning Chapel The meeting Wed nesday night was an inspiration Although the speakers voice was greatly affected by a severe cold he preachedwith more than his tuua force and inspiration At tho close of the sermon over 200 young men andwomen passed into the Chapter Room for a final interview with him It was an inspiring sight to see so steadilyforward and to testify to their now stand in life Quito a number of older people were also in tho company During manybeenothers have been strengthened or made to think more seriously than before of their obligation to God themselves and thoir follows It is impossible to estimate the good that has come and will come from these meetings ITilE MEASLES I ETerjbcxljr Use to Oo Through Core Mecemnryi Dr Cowl Direction bur Student The College has taken the greatest euro of its young people this winter so that excepting the ono dear girl in whose case sudden and baffling complications sot in no one has really suffered and it is believed that no ono will have any permanent trouble resulting from the measles Largo expense has been incurred in securing extra helpers when our little hospital was more than full importantfactsregarding measles I Contagion Measles is very contagious it may be caught from the clothes or room of patient or carried from ono person to another in the clothing of a well person who goes between It may bo caught from a person in tho first stages and at any time thereafter until tho orup tion entirely disappears II Symptoms It starts with moro or less of the following symptoms cough sore eyes cold in tho head headache backache and bonoacho The first sign of the eruption is in the mouth on the inside of tho cheek and consists of a small red spot with a bluishwhite center It next appears on the face and spreads to the rest of the body III Eyes The eyes are moro or less sore and may be swollen shut and full of pus When they aro sow tho patient should be kept in u dark room and the eyes covered with cold cloths frequently changed It is best to put the clothes on ice hay ing extra ones for regular changes The Doctor will prescribe an eye wash which should be faithfully used After tho eruption has dis appeared one should not begin to use the oyca too much Use them for a few minutes at a time in reading good dear typo and then let them rest Tho length of time in which they aro used should be increased graduallyIV The membrane lining tho mouth throat and lungs is sore and inflamed and great care should be taken to keep tho patient from catching cold during the continuance of the eruption and for some timo thereafter Cold in connection with measles may produce a serious case of pneumoniaV The stomach is very weak especially when the eruption is brightest At this time for twenty four to seventytwo hours the less ono takes into tho stomach the better it is even better to starve tho patient than that he should have very much food When the appetite returns after two or three days light food like eggs milk and broth may be given in gradually increasing amount The bowels should move at least once every twentyfour hours VI General Care The patient should be allowed to take as much cold water as he desires The patient should be encouraged to sweat all the time during tho two or three days when the eruption Is at its highest This may be favored by tho uso of hot water bottles hot bricks and hot drinks The room should bo kept quiet dark warm well ventilated and clean llrtult of Emancipation The late Senator Vest used to enjoy telling of tho eccentricities of- an old Georgia friend who had served in thoj r federate forces and who for many years thereafter was an unreconstructed of the most pro typoOn tho Southernor while visiting in Now York was taken by a friend to witness a noted actors performance of Othello Coming out of the theater some ono asked the old Colonel what ho thought of tho play yelledIono con sequences of Abraham Lincolns emancipation proclamationlLouis villa Times The Jar of- Coughing Hammer blows steadily ap plied break the hardest rock Coughing day after day jars and tears the throat and lungs until the healthy tissues give way Ayers Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing and heals the torn membranes I always keep Jef CherrY Pectoral In the au It pro perectttlsf wbenoMr an of UI bar or I hays used It vean ando know ail about ItMae LBIRTL4NVary burg N YXadebJaayesCoLowell Main Alto SAUAPUfLULlJerS BWousneM constipation retard re covery Cure thee with r it GET SQUARE WITH YOUR COLD 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 it The Porter Drug Co INooaroIUTED +0+ 00+0+0+0+0+00+0+0+o+o+o+o+o 0+0+0+0+o +o+0+ o the llp1oDatoGrocery 1 IAt YOU CAN BUY i Sugar at e05M- eal atI 25 Patent Flour 05 Diamond Special Colic 15 and up arttts sgfrt You can always find a fine lot of fruit a dtbe best of everything that spot cash will buy Prompt delivery I also keep hay and mill teed W D LOGSDON Prop J a oO+ OO O0+ OO+0+O +O+O+O+O+0+ OoMofo+ i 33E E 333 3E 3 rFurniture is a Necessity K You must have it to make your home look and feelor room I for the winter There comfortableItime to buy than now M the things you need i ingroom and Parlor Furniture DinIroom Suites Desks Carpets iShades Pictures et- cLOUIS g 1 O LESTER INext to the Mill Chestnut Ave i WL Phone 93 EEEEEt EEEEEEEEEEEEEE II oololololololololololololololololololololololololol o S IoDONT MISSo r I i THE i0- o o 0A 1 Special Sale I o 0 o f o ATt0 StoreOI o RHODUS GREEN CO PROPRIETORS o o i W r HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE News of tho Past Few Days Collected and Presented in Condensed Form PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS Prominent Event That Have Taken Place Together With Interacting Foreign Notes Doings of Public Officials News From Congress Tho houso of representative passed the Hepburn railroad rato bill only seven republicans Against It The pension appropriation bill carrying J119J800000 for pensions and 1245 000 for pension administration was taken up debated and passed without amendment Toe Mnato committee resumed the hearing in the Reed Smoot oaso Mr Wolf a witness said concerning the oaths of office In the temple that he believed that In the obligation of son ceaneo was whore the seed of trea son was planted In tho Senator Smoot hearing Wit us H W Lawrence teellfled that no whore In the Mormon books was there to be found anything directing loyalty to the government and that thoy sang ft swag containing tho lines Brigham Young Is our King teunMor LKulteUo introduced a bill prohibiting federal official from ask leg or aeeepting railroad or other passes and prohtbklng railroads from granule thum- Representative Wonger Pa Intro duced a bill appropriating 1000000 for the conntruetlon of a cable from Key West Fla to Ouantanamo Cuba and thence to tho canal zone on they Isthmus of Panama The house on the 9th passed 423 bills In 72 minute mostly pension tnrea The senate pawed the urgent deficiency bill without amend ment The senate in executive teetIon con flrtMil the following nominations as brighter generals P 0 Wood 11th Infantry 11 A Reed artillery corps William H Qlrkhlraer artillery corps Miscellaneous Newt Items Ml Allen Roosevelt received the wedding gift which Uw French ROT meant had IMaeuleU for her The gift ootMriMa of a beautiful HotoUB retUDg JuMlce aI wss offered to KIM Iloowvclt by II Jnaeemut tmtrvFresoh obseeedur Dr Fwrrer Cuban mtaletar to Parts reported to PraaWeBt IHUna that he had purchased n cellar of pestle as wbas wedding gift to Mlaa Alice RooseveltOf value and hew Is tho fllft f the KInK of Italy to Miss Rooeerttt upon the occacJott of her marriage It u a table of Italian mouato work showing scene from Italian elUea and OWM As It wedding preeat Mlm Alice ItooMf k will bo presented whit a bade of the Daughters of the Empire State The badge N of beautiful de sign Prom a gold bar bearing the wortlfl Now York Is suspended by silk ribbons a pendant upon whlah ap para M o coat of arms of tho state of Now York The trip to ISuropa Including pro wntnUon at the court of St James which MlM Alice Rootevelt has decid rd upon ai a part of her honeymoon may now develop into a completo tour of the world- Although tho house of representa tives will not lake oMclal recognition of the wedding of Miss Alice Reese velt and Representative Longworth on Saturday February 17 adjourn ment will be taken on Friday February 16 until tho following Monday Tho veteran editor of tho Blue Grams made Charles C Moore died at his country home near Lexington Hc was famous tl8 an atholstprohlbl tlonlst for years Ho ouccumbed after n long Illness to asthma and heart trouble Secretary Bonaparte recommended to the president tho pardon of Mid shipman Minor Meriwothor jr con rioted of hazing and sentenced to dls mural from tho naval academy the race track property at Louis ville Covington Ky City Park track Now Orleans And Kentucky associa tion track Lexlngtou Ky will bo eon solidated under ono turf association WttWn a year work will bo begun by tho National Good Roads associa lion on a great highway extending clear across tho Mate of Ohio that wH be ono of tho flnost In the world and like tho AppIan way will bo built to list for all time to como American Minister OBrien will represent President Roosevelt at the funeral of King Christian A wreath of orchids was placed on the coffin hy the minister Sarah Jones 70 was convicted of murder in tho first degree in tho court of oyer and termlnor In Philadelphia for tho killing of her foster daughters child within a tow hours after it was bornKid Herman of Chicago and Aurelo Horrcra of Bakorsfleld Cal fought a 20 round draw Tho fight was an interesting ono a splendid ox hibition of cleverness on Hermans partTho demands of the colored Inhabi tents of tho Transvaal and the Orango River colonies for full political rights aro becomjng more Insistent President Dolan of the Kb minors district Plttsburg secured a tempor wry Injunction against the delegates to tho convention whioh restrain thom from ousting him from the presidency Tho Lehlfh Valley Railroad Co is storing a Urge quantity of soft coal at Delano Pa for the use of Its locomotives on the MahanoyHazloton dl visionTho alimony decree In tho famous Madden divorce case was recorded In Judgo Swings court Cincinnati Seven thousand goes as fees to tho ate torneys for Mrs Madden Madden gives his wire a mortgage on 65000 of his estate to insure her 250 a month alimony Tho Illinois supremo court denied a motion for leave to file a petition for a writ to compel Mayor Dunne of Chi oago to enforce tho Sunday closing law as applied to saloons Tho court held that it had no jurisdiction in tho matterOor Stokes granted Mrs Antoinette Tolla the Hackenuack N J murder ea a further reprieve of GO days la order to allow Mrs Quaokonbos her oounsol to present further evidence for a new trial The Chicago Restaurant Mens as sedation will erect a 11000000 arti ficial Ice plant William Glenn Vollviaof Melbourne Australia Is to bo John Alexander Dowlos right hand man Announce mont was mado at Zion City that Mr Vollvla had been modo deputy general overseer Marriner W Merrill an npostlo of the Mormon church died at Richmond Utah aged 74 Apostlo Merrill twice has been subpoenaed aa a witness bo toro tho Smoot Investigation Secretary Root Is about to reorgan ize the state department and put on t a business basis Ho will apply tho same remedy to the consular service John A McCall former president of tho New York Lifo Insurance Co Is again reported eoriouily ill at Lakewood N J Mr and Mrs Richard A McCurdy are going to Paris to live and will give up their homo In Morrlstown N J The Illinois supreme court has d clined to Interfere in Uio execution o wifemurderer Johann Hoch Judge V M Rose of Llttlo Rock accepts the peace commlselouerihlp at Tho Hague which was tendered him by President Roosevelt At Tumaco Colombia the natives are terroratrieken on account of the repented earthquakes which were toll recently and which destroyed four email village The Walter Wellman north pole ex pedition will start from Part for the north pole about the Middle of June The floBve Uon of the obi ofa of petlco will be held In Hot Spring Ark April 9 to 14 Paul Laurence Dunbar the poet of the negro rate died at bla homo In Dayton 0 of consumption Tho preeminence of tho United States In the Import phase of inter natlonal trade It shown In bulletins soon to be issued by the department of agriculture One man was killed one badly and two others seriously wounded in a political partisan fight at Savannah GoTwontyeU men lost their lives in the explosion In the Parall mine In Fayette county W Va At a meeting of tho trustees of Union university SchnecUidy N Y It waa decided to erect a now building for the law school at a crest of 100000 Th building will bo a memorial to the President William McKinley Business failures In the United States for tho week ending February G number 204 against 228 the prevlou week 207 In tho like week in 1905 and 202 In 1904 Twins a christening wedding and funeral all within 24 hours formed unusual succession of happenings a tho home of Martin PrlbulaBhenan doah Pa U Is just learned that the government quartermaster for the department of tho Missouri has been rushing work night and day on supplies of eJl kinds which are wing shipped to the Orient as fast as they can be prepared President Roosevelt had a talk with Lyman P Pect who for 18 years hoe been at the head of the American college at Foe Chow China Mr Pool told the president that the boycott against American products in his opinion was getting worse At Chattanooga Tenn Arthur Stokes white 60 was arrested oa the charge of burning thn court house of Melgs county four years ago It is said that ho burned tho building for tho purpose of destroying all of tho records including an Indictment against him charging that he caused tho death of his child by starvation While doing guard duty Thomas Stewart aged 24 of Company E Fourth infantry was shot and Instant ly killed at Ft Brady by Joe Young Stewarts homo is In Hopper Ky Tho clothing firm of Fechhelmor Bros A Co of Cincinnati were the lowest bidders for furnishing the po licemen of Washington with theIr uniforms for the coming year Rev Samuel Hopkins Hadley 63 for 20 years superintendent of tho Old Jerry McAuloy mission 1n Water street Now York died from tho effects of an operation for appendicitis Ho was born in Morgan county Ohio A movement started recently by the district bonch of Hcnnopin county has resulted In all tho Judges In Minnesota tending back their annual railroad passes At Kownnco 111 after killing his wife by shooting her twice Michael Nolan 38 city policeman wrote a noto tolling of domestic troubles and then committed suicide David Mulford 90 wu killed In a railway accident at San Diego Cal He was a pioneer resident of Marys vllle and Mlddletown O The citizens of Cedar Rapids la are excited over a young female Jack the Hugger who has been in evidence recently springing late at night from dark places bestowing a vigorous hUG and kiss upon some astonished man and then disappearing before her iden tity can be learned John Brady a waller out ot employment who was arrested confesses that he Is Jack the Slabber who has spread terror among St Louis women President Roosevelt has under consideration a bill paused by congress authorizing the establishment of power plants for the generation of electricity ot Mussel Shoals Ala It Is possible at Mussel Shoals to generate power second only to that at Niagara Falls and tho franchise is very valuable Count Bout do Castellanes financial embarrassment is Increasing dally and bill collectors aro hounding him continually owing to their knowledge that his sources of supply has been cut off The Immense structural Iron foun dry of the L Schrolbcr II Sons Co ol Cincinnati covering nearly tho entire block bounded by Eighth Seventh Cut vert and Eggloton avenue was almost completely destroyed by fire Lost estimated at between 250000 and 300000 John Witt aged 28 at Detroit shot and killed himself after killing his 4 yearold child shooting his fatherIn law August Whiting through the stomach and nhootlng his motherfn law Mrs Whiting In the shoulder Charles C Sprague secretary and treasurer of the Spraguo Delicatessen Co having restaurants In Cincinnati St Louis and Kansas City died ol uraemia nt his home In St Louis James O Evoreole has been appoints storekeeper and gauger In the Eighth Kentucky district By a vote of 8 to 5 tho house com mlttoe on merchant marine and fisher les agreed to make a favorable report on the Llttlcfleld bill which does onfThe house committee on Insular att- aIns decided to mako a favorable re port on the Hull bill appropriating 60000 to purchase coal lands in the Island of Baton Philippines Flvo million pounds of poultry in cold storage In Chicago Is unfit to eat according to the Judgment of tho state board of health and the Illinois pure food commission The Paris Journals Toulon correspondent says the French secondalas cruiser DuChayla has been ordered U be held In readiness to start for Yd nozuola Capt Norman Eo Webb a wtM known capitalist took his life at fall homo In Birmingham Ala by firing o pistol bullet through his forehead while his family were at breakfast IH heath Bunkle Richardson a negro charged with the Assault and murder of Mrs Sarah Gnlth July 15 last was forcibly taken from tho jail at Gadsdon Ala and hanged to a bridge of tho Louts 11011 Nashville railroad across CoON river H Do Penaloza a Spanish count who has been employed for some Umt as a city salesman for a Now York typewriter company was arrested He Is charged with tho theft of mall from his employers workinguquartermasters depot packing supplies for shipment to the Philippines Several carloads are sold already to have boon sent to San Fran cisco Andrew J Drown ono of tho found era of the Northwestern university and tho last member of the original institutiontEvanston Ill Tho South Side Baptist church one Blrmtfire The loss is estimated at 57000 Insurance 25000 Joseph Hastings of PUtaburg died in a sanitarium at Summit N J Mr HteUnga was promlubnt In buslnest life and his Illness dates from a period following the collapse of the Eaton prlso national bank Allegheny At tho close of the skating tournament on tho Humboldt park lagoon al Chicago tho ice slowly gavo way beneath 3000 people causing a panic IB which many were Injured An attack by a crowd ot angry Llthu anlns upon the residence of Rev Ed ward Stofanowlcz a Catholic priest ot Chicago resulted in tho fatal shooting of one man and tho serious injury of a number of others Four railway employes wore killed In a collision on the Southern railway at Greensboro N O Cracksmen blew open tho safe of the post office at College View tho Ad ventist college suburb of Lincoln Neb and secured 700 worth of stomps and I in money On a trial trip the now armored cruiser Tennessee made a dash at a speed of 2236 knots an hour At a mooting of tho Royal Astronom teal society London Ambassador Relc received tho gold modal for 1905 con terrod by tho society on Prof Wllllan Wallace Campbell of tho Lick observ atoryVlco Adm Chouknln commander ol tho Black Boa foot at Sebastopol wILl wounded by a woman who attockec him In his office A sentry who rushed to tho admirals assistance shot the woman dead Tho English and Catholic mission at Chankchufu 30 miles from Amoy China have been destroyed by Boxers The damage Is estimated at 10000 WHITE HOUSE WEOING Arrangements For Lonjrworth Roosevelt Nuptials Made More Than One Thousand Invitations Have Been IssuedThe First Honeymoon Trip Will Be Made to Florida Washington Fob 12Tho arrange moats for tho marriage in tho white house have about boon completed The wedding of Mss Alice Roose u elt daughter ot tho president to Representative Nicholas Longworth will toko place at tho white house at noon Saturday February 17 Tho ceremony which will bo performed In tho his torte east room will bo solemnized by Rt Rev Henry Y Satterloe Protea taut Episcopal bishop of Washington Thorn will bo no bridesmaids The grooms best man will be Thomas Nelson Perkins of Boston a classmate and longtime friend Threo of Mr Longworths classmates and a college mate at Harvard B A Wale llngford Jr of Cincinnati who mar reed Mr Longworths oldest sister Larz Anderson of Washington great grandson of Nicholas Loneworth tho founder of the Longworth family fortune Viscount Charles De Chambrun brother of Count Adolbert Do Cham brun who married the grooms young oat slstor and Theodore Roosevelt Jr tho oldest son ot tho president will be tho ushers One thousand invitations to the wedding havo been issued Thoso In vited exclusive of tho wedding party include tho members of tho cabinet and thdlr wives former members of the cabinet who aro now in tho United States senate and their wives tho heads of the foreign embassies and missions and their wives tho official members of tho party which accom panted Secretary Taft to the Orient the Ohio delegation In congress and the New York delegation In congress Late In the afternoon Mr Longworth and his bride will leave Washington on a trip to Florida traveling In a epee cial oar After the adJournmont of congress they expect to make a trip to Europe Miss Alice Rosevelt will not bo the only handsomely gowned woman at her wedding Tho simple fact Is that never In the history of weddings in this country havo there boon such preparations for resplendent gowning The dressmakers of five cities Wash ington Baltimore Philadelphia Now York and Boston say that never before In tholr experience havo such or ders for wedding costumes boon placed with them As the white house already Is taxod how to dispose of the great mass of wedding gifts just what Miss Alice Is to do with them In tho houso which she Is to occupy as Mrs Longworth Is difficult to decide PLOTTING IN VENEZUELA Reported That Effort Will Be Made to Overthrow President Castro Wlllcmstad Curacoa Friday Feb 9 COnditions In Venezuela were un changed at tho date of tho latest advices from that country The censorship Is rigid Ono report is that the attitude of President Vicente Gomez who is said to be plotting a revolution against President Castro in case of a French blockade Is causing some anx iety It is reverted also that Gen Antonio Volutini second vice president has n secret understanding with France and that he aspires to the presidency Tho total armament Is 60000 mauser rifles and 20000009 ball cartridges 89 pieces of small artillery of old fash toned type and 10 modern guns In po JIllion at tho ports Tho treasury shows a balance of 200000 President Castro is sold to bo boasting that ho will test the Monroe doctrine THE MOROCCAN CONFERENCE Uneasiness It Felt In Europe Over Itt Anticipated Failure London Feb 12 Telegrams from continental capitals and editorials In the London newspapers of Monday reflect tho renewal of uneasiness over the anticipated failure of the Algoclraa conference on Moroccan reforms in consequence of the deadlock on the French and Gorman contentions with regard to the question of police A long Algeclras dispatch of a eemloffl clnl nature published In Paris seems to foreshadow an abortive result if not tho actual rupture of the conference and declares that tho lines have reach ed beyond which It Is impossible that Franco can go Will Assist District Attorney Jerome Now York Fob 12Matthew aFleming who was associated with Charles R Hughes as counsel In tho legislative life Insurance investigation has been retained by District Attorney Jerome to assist hjm in the preparation of tha case against life Insurance companies Congressman Longworths Condition Washington Feb 12 Ropresonta Uvo Longworth of Ohio who has boon suffering with an attack of tonsUltia was much improved Sunday Ho ate dinner with tho members of tho house hold Ho will probably bo able to go out Monday Mother and pabes Burned Missouri Valley la Fob 12Mrs Edward Lott and her three children wore burnod to death In a fire which destroyed their homo here This old eat child was but 4 years cf age It Is tot known haw the fire started II STATE ODDS AND ENDS U THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATORS Sill To Increase Salaries of Clerical Forco of Railroad Commissioners Frankfort Fell 8Tho senate had its first strenuous Job in discussing the bill to increase tho salaries and clerical force of tho railroad commis sioners Tho bone of contention was a section providing that railroads should provide or pay for the transpor tation of tho commissioners when trav eling on official business Tho bill passed after two hours wrangle with the free transportation clause still in it Other bills acted on by committees To hold all primary elections on the last Saturday in July each year favorably to amend election law as prepared by the Bar association favorably with some amendments to abolish registration in fifth and sixth class towns unfavorably Mr McKnlght of tho Goebel memorial committee reported a resolu lion providing for paying the expenses of the day amounting to 221 which the house adopted Mr Klalr put through a resolution similar in form to that of Representative Will Young of Rowan county defeated a week ago proposing a legislative committee to go to Breathltt county and in vestigate conditions Mr Miller of Harlan called up house bill No 103 proposing to pay tho expenses of tho state school superintendent when out In the state on business of his omce It was adopted by a vote of 81 to 5 Frankfort Feb 9The committee on public morals reported favorably Judge Barrys bill to prevent shipment of liquors to an agent in a local option district the Griffith bill prohibiting Sunday baseball and football tho Klalr bill against presenting plays apt to ex cite race prejudice and tho Barry bill raising saloon license to 5000 The sonata committee on religion and morals held a session to consider tho famous county unit local option bill After passing the two house bills cre ating two new circuit court districts in Eastern Kentucky tho senato got into a lively wrangle over the bill cre sting a state board of agriculture forestry and immigration Representative Stewart introduced a resolution directing the president oi A and M college to furnish a statement showing the amounts paid to oach teacher officer and employe of tho college during the last five years and a statement of his duties by whom employed and when and the full amounts paid by the institution for all purposes Tho resolution wan ReprosentaUvoYaden calling upon Kentuckys senators and representatives to urge tho passage of a bill providing for tho election oi senators by tho people His resolution was referred to tho committee on fed oral relations Frankfort Feb 10The senate com mlttee on criminal law decided to recommend for passage the bill of Senator Ben Johnson of Nelson which providos that any one on trial for mur dor manslaughter shooting or wound ing or in any way injuring another can not put In a plea of selfdofenso 11 ho carried In his possession a deadly weapon as much as 12 hours before the injury was committed There is said to be some doubt about the constitu tionality of tho bill but It will bo pressed for passage by its author and let the courts pass on it after it becomes a law The race track owners in Kentucky will be on the anxious sent from now until the end of the seasoiT for Representative Russell of Todd county Friday Introduced a bill in the house to limit racing on any ono track to 40 lays in any year This will not affect Lexington and may not do any great harm to the old Louisville track but li it passes It will Interfere with the Latonla plans and also tho projected plans of tho new Douglass track In Louisville Tho womans vote on local option was killed in the house LACERATED BY A BULLDOG Attacked a Young Man While Playing With a Companion Lexington Ky Feb I2WJ11l0 en gaged In a friendly scuffle with a stable boy at tho Kenmoro breeding farm Howard Sayre son of J Will Sayro proprietor of tho establishment was seriously lacerated by the attack of a vicious bulldog Young Sayre struck at the stable boy several times in a playful mood when tho dog evidently thinking that his boon compan ion was being mistreated Jumped at young Sayro and threw him to the ground The boy who Is in delicate health was unable to successfully re- sIst the attack of the infuriated animal and had it not been for the timely arrived of Leo Anderson his Injuries would have boon more serious as the dog was on top of the lad with his teeth Imbedded in the forearm Tho dog was used as a watchdog by Trainer Julius Bauer who uses the farm as winter quarters for hIs thoroughbred horses Three Miners Burned Boonovlllc Ky Feb 12Whllo making a shot at the Polk mines Jo seph Kelly Adrian Robinson Commo doro Gentry and Claude Wheeler miners were burned Kelly and Rob- Inson may die Gus W Richardsons Ambition Louisville Ky Feb 12Ous W Richardson of Meade county announced himself as a candidate for congress on the democratic ticket In tbo fourth district Saturday night lien Johnson of Bardstowu Nelson county announced his candidacy Shot In a Saloon Louisville Ky Feb 12Robert Kane was shot and fatally wounded by Jack Ford in a quarrel In a saloon Ford allogrd that Kane had caused hs dismissal from a position as watchman Moth are laborers EDITOR C C MOORE Did Ho Die As a Believer Or An Unbeliever 7 Lexington Ky Feb 9Dld Charles C Moore the noted Infidel editor die with tho Lords prayer on his lips or- as ho had lived the latter years of his life an avowed atheist and a nonbe liever in the Book of God 1 This is the question that has been asked a thou sand times during the past 24 hours since his death and while tho mem bers of his family believe that he changed his views before death his intimate friends think otherwise although some of the latter were present at tho deathbed Mrs Josephine Ie Henry of Versailles Ky will bo present at his funeral services and deliver an oration The ceremony which will be hold in the chapel at the Lexington cemetery will be marked by tho absence of all features of a religious character Dr J B Wilson of Cin cinnati Mrs Henry and Moses Kauf man of this city will conduct the services The pallbearers will be Jas E Hughes publisher of the Blue Grass Blade Senator J Campbell Cantrelt nephew of tho deceased Mack D Richardson Thomas W Moore Charles W Moore Russell Wilson Thomas n Garner and Dr J H Wood Several wellknown ministers expressed a de slro to bo present An Intimate friend of the family stated that tho reports that all of the family were of a dif ferent belief than that expressed by the agnostic were false as Mrs Moore entertained the same belief and was happy that her husband had died as ho had livedtDEATH MAY FOLLOW Young Society Leader Was Stabbed In a Row In Loultvllle Louisville Ky Feb 32 Robert Brldgcford 30 of the brokerage firm of Hunt Brldgeford Ii Co a society leader is dying at tho Norton Memorial Infirmary from stabs alleged to have been inflicted by negroes at First and Walnut streets Bridgcford accompanied by John Armstrong a New York broker Ike Hilliard Virgil Dick el lUte Huffaker and Charles Meyer was going from the Tavern club to tho Galt house to deposit Mro Armstrongs baggage En routo they stopped at a saloon Bridgeford rend Huffaker while leaving the place it is said hal an altercation with negroes Basil Purdy colored was arrested charged with the crime He says that Hilllard and his friends entered his house while a party was In progress under the impression ho alleges that the place was an Immoral resort He says two of his sisters were grabbed by the men and the cutting followed- TENYEAROLD ARRESTED He Is Charged With Causing the Death of His Playmate Loulsvlle Ky Feb 10 Following a verdict of manslaughter returned by a coroners jury in the death of Alfred MortImore 8 Charles Pfeifer 10 was placed under arrest as the jury found that tho victim had died from a fall occasioned by a blow on the hood In flicted by Charles Pfeifer Witnesses testified that the lad had been playing prisoners base and that after a quarrel the Mortlmore boy was struck by young Pfeifer His head struck a stone and death ensued several hours later I Prison Commission Appointed Frankfort Ky Feb 10Tho state prison commission announced the appointment of W H Pulliam of Logan county as guard at the branch prison at Eddyvllle vice Thomas OConnell of the same county Also the appointment of Thomas G Newman of Frank fort to a position at the state prison here The Contest Settled WilHamebursr Ky Feb 12The contested election cases of Browning against Lovell for county judge and Croley against Jones for sheriff were decided late in favor of Cbntesteeq Lowell and Jones hy Judgo Jarvis In the circuit court The case will be appealed Will Pass Out of Existence Lexington Ky Feb 12It is stated that the entire thoroughbred breeding establishment of the late Capt James B Clay will be disposed of by tha widow and that the IroquoIs farm will pass out of existence so far as future breeding operations are concerned The Bill Advanced Frankfort Ky Feb 10The agri culture committee reported adversely tho Mulcahy tobacco warehouse measure Mr Mulcahy in a vigorous speech demanded that the bill be ad vanced for consideration The house by a vote of CO to 20 advanced the bill Sent Off to Prison WllllamsbuTg Ky Fob I2Llofl1 Helton life for murder Henry Bunch 16 years for murder Burrcll Smith 3 years for tho same and a negro named Mukos thro years for malicious cutting were all sentenced to the pent ten liar hero Klosse Found Guilty Germantown Ky Feb 12Tho Jury in the case of O O Kicsso p charged with killing J W log an last August returned a vordttt ij guilty and placed the penalty at IS years In the penitentiary q1 I WIiNII I I 114 i IIIt I II 11i1f Eastern Kentucky Flews eamipoadeaa pnbnfbed ashy signed la tag by the writer Ts rims Iftgot tat pubaadoa bat as an nldeaa of good filth Wrtti plita1JI3l I + 1 1 1 1 I I rt11 I 1 J 1 1 s MADISON COUNTY 1110 IIILI Feb l0Mr and Mrs Edga Brockman visited his brother Ebb 3 Brockman of Wallaceton Wednet t dayDorn to Mr and Mrs R L Ambrose a fine baby girl SundayI Feb 4thMr and Mrs Fox am Hon Alvin and Miss Tanner Harrison visited Mr and Mrs Joe fleece and family Thursday Mr Joe Criscil lie made a business trip to Place Monday nui bought n nice bunch of hog from Mr Tom McKeelmn Mis Minerva McKeohan visited Miss Flora Green FridayMrs Nanni Lamb visited Mr and Mrs Lev Lamb MondayMiss S C Carrie and littlo daughter Adia visited Mr it L Ambrose and family Friday H A and James Green sold a nice team of mules Monday for 21750- Mr and Mrs Evans of Blue Lick visited Mr and Mrs Edgar Brock man Thursday night Mat and James Green recently made a business trip to the mountains and purchased three nice young muleaTbe Green boys claim to have the best yearling mule in the county It is 16 handsI and ono inch high and lbs It was bought from Julius Bales near Aunville in Jackson CoMrs- J H Wilson and little daughter Elsa and Mrs Nannie Lamb visited Mr Jack Wilson and family Thurs I- daylIr Tom McKeehan says he is v doing good business with his gristmill His regular mill days are Tuesday and FridayMiss Lulu Isaacs is visiting her uncle on Scaffold Cane Mr Bob Richardson 1111CKOUY 1IAINS Feb 9Mrs Bailis Wilson took 23 dozen eggs to Ladies Hall in Berea Wednesday and got 15 cents n dozenMr C F Terrill and Miss Della Williams wore married in Richmond on Wednesday as were also Mr Park Reeves and Miss Lois Terrill Their many friends in this vicinity extend to them their best wishes for their future success and il happiness It is reported that they il will make their future homes in Illinois Mrs Mary Robe and Mrs Jr Nettie Mann of Berea and Mrs Addie Cornehson of Kingston spent t Thursday with Mrs Will Burdett J and familyMrs Mary Stagner of t Richmond is spending few days 1with her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Adams Barnet Wilson bought Lon nie Gillens farm last week andwill I move to it shortlyMrs Maud Tis JJi dale and children of Whites Stationc are spending this week Adams and familyMiss Lizzie Maupin is visiting her sister Mrs May Ponder in Garrard Miss Ida x Maupin was the guest over Sunday FofMisses Mollie and Bertha JOI08Oni Habor Smith has bought a vicinitytr I days ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 11IWCIUOltnFeb J went to Conway Monday on businessMr Thomas Linvillo and Miss Annie I McGuiro attended church at Fair View SundayMiss Ella Lake visit ed homefolks near Borea Saturday 1 and SundayMr Eli Bullen and I Misses Florence Holman and Reecie and May Todd visited Misses Annie j and Mattie McGuire Sunday event ingMrs J W Todd who has been 1 sick is improvingMr James M Vaughn and family who have been i J at Bethany Mo for some time have c returnedMr and Mrs W H Stephens visited friends here Sun dayMisses Ella and Minnie Lake and May Todd and Mr J W Todd went to Berea Saturday There will be preaching at old Scaffold Cano Sunday Feb 18 Thomas Linville is a frequent pallor at JE McGuires Wonder what is going to happen in tho near future UCloS Feb 12Hev B F King of East Bernstadt filled his regular appoint ment at Fairview Saturday and Sun day Every ono is pleased with Rev KingMrs Mary Martin of Berea visited Mrs Sam McClure of Snider Switch Saturday and SundayRev- J W Lambert is sawing at his saw mill this weekMiss Annie McGuire 1ofRockford attended church at Fair Thomas Wrens house 9caught on nee Sunday and came very nearburningup Mr and Mrs Eden Wren who have been visiting their daughter Rottie Wheller of Paint Lick returned home a few days ago G L Wren has bought him a team of mules for 200Mrs Etta Lam Ec bert visited Mrs Ida Wren at Gap last weekHev Thomas Woodall I and wife of near Berea attended church at Fairview Sunday B L Poynter has moved to his new home q1 near Boons GapRev J W Lambed i and wife and Rev B F King spent Sunday evening with Mr and 4 or 7 Mrs Wm Kerbey of Snider Switch Mrs Margrct Simes Mrs Sara Drew and Mrs Annie Kerbey and little daughter Thersio spent a da with Mrs Etta Lambert last weel Little Reubie Lambert who has sick is better at this writing OWSLEY COUNTY IIlvIrrotlN Feb 10We are having wiute now But we are glad to have had such fine weather for work Arthu Garrett is in the calf business ire is busy buying calves paying from 2 to 3eachC F Moore and Henry Gabbard are hauling cross ties at the present time Thoro was a very lively debate at tho schoolhouse Thursday night Tho subject was Resolved that there should be an educational qualification for suffrage Arthur Garrett and A J Chandler supported the affirmative John Mason and Evan Ogan the negative each one arguing for his side with great zeal The affirmative car ried the decision and cheers also Hurrah for you boysSubsoribef- or the Citizen and got the ideal paper OAIIlIAIin Feb 10Wo have had some very cold weather the past weekD T Huff is in Leslie CountyLincoln Bolin of Eversole visited his brother last Wednesday MissMary Bolin visited tho Misses Lucy and Pearl Gabbard last SundayGeorge Reynolds and sons say that they are going to Montana this spring Walter Thomas of Wolf Creek was tore Wednesday C B Gabbard was at George Horusbys Tuesday in business There was a total clipso of the moon on the morning I if the Uth between 12 and 4 oclock whichseveral of our citizens bad the pleasure seeingMr Allen David son is in the tie business He has purchased good many ties in our vi inity Success to you Mr Davidson Daniel Robinuon visitedrelatives u Jackson county last weekMath is Barrett has moved back to tbisI place from Berea Helton ticetown passed through here Thursday on their way to Breathitt county 3 visit their father Say Mr Cow reek correspondent we would like- D hear from you again Give us a ood lengthy letter in The Citizen of Cow Creek happenings JACKSON COUNTY AICOHN Feb 7We are now having the- Dldest spell of weather we have had this winter Mr Coleman Coyle is very low with kidney trouble and his recovery is doubtful He is a rother of Mr Jno B Coyle of Boons GapOu Saturday the 4th ast Mr W W Durhams residence was destroyed by fire the familynar Dwly escaping with their lives andu in their night clothing All tho con tents of the house were burnedex cept one bed and a cookstoveMrs Elizabeth Frye of Lebanon is visiting her daughter Mrs Ellen Murphy There have been several cases of theI sumps in this vicinity lately ilanton is the last one that has take- nthemA H Williams was in Louis ills last week buying goods and if bo roads and weather are not too bad willsoon have his spring stock pened upSenator W H Clark passed through here Saturday on his way to his farm on South Fork He was also in Louisville last week buy ig goodsMr John Halo is a Ire uent visitor at Mr Coon Senters Dotter look out John Coon may set his dogs on you Mrs H A tlanton visited Mrs Sallie Williams uesday of last week DOUJILK LICK Feb 10We have had very cold weather in the last few daysHenry l1artin who has been sick for sometime is some betterJohn Martin bas moved to his mothers farm on Horse Lick John has had a good time in moving this winter but he- is going to rest a whileJohn Martin aught a horse from Elbert Lake and gave 60 for himTio haulers are etting very active since the roads have frozen upJoel Lake says that bl is going to take out law license to practice law as ho has very good access in defending the boysVe have organized Sunday school at- Pine Grove church house with L B lartin superintendent Jack Jones assistant superintendent John Hammond secretary and Florence Lake reasurer The prospects are for a good Sunday schoolJames Villiams has sold a part of his timber land to tho Cincinnati Cooperage Jompany for OOJames Daugh rtys wife who has been very low with the grip is getting better Reuben Baker who owns some tim ber land here had it run out by the urvoyor the other day It set some of the boys to hunting up their laud latents Thomas Hammond went to I GET MARRIED You have more than enough money to furnish your house if you Buy From Chrisman If you are already married you will save money by buying at The Same Place Everything in Furniture Stoves Carpels Mat tings Pictures Frames Mirrors Organs and Sewing Mach- inesCustomers orVisitors Call and she my goods and prices before you buy and the rest is easy R H CHRISMANTELEPHONE No 26 Borea after a load of goods for L B Martin and reported tho Big Hill roadwas mighty icy and dangerous in some placesThe Rev Van Winkle filled his regular appointment at Pine Grove last Sunday James Williams and his two sons were in our neighborhood wanting to buy mulesThe roads for the past few days have been very good and the wagoners took advantage of them- hope The Citizen will continue its efforts to teach tho people that good roads arc the very life of a country Instead of igbting good roads let us all join hands in doing what wo canto secure them KVKKdllKKN Feb 12Our Sunday school at Grove is getting along nicely D B Chemonds preached at P Bob Jones last Sunday to the largest crowd that has ever been at Walnut Chapel Louisa Griffin and Will Book have turned their attention to hog raising this winter Elbort Lake has applied for a now post office at his home on Horse Lick Joel Lake Sr is practising law this winter Reuben Baker of Borea is surveying land in this vicinity this weekmakes his head quarters at Miss Louisa GriffinsMr and Mrs Ben Drew were accompanied by Miss Eugenie Hellard Saturday and Sundaywhile Miss Isabel Drew visited friends on Dry ForkGreen Lako swapped horses this week James and Jake Lake paid their homo a visit from Berea but have returned to school again John Smith is appointed deputyconstable at Pine Grove Green Lake conducts the singing class at Bethel every Sunday night A 1UAKANTUKII CUltS FOll PILLS ltelling Blind DtedlnJrIrotrudI It nrug R1sta PA7A- a1Nt 1RNTfailatocuteIn6torfdays Jec BiliousnessThat yellowlooVthos terribleaches thatdulled brain all these things bil- Iousness whlcb- thedlredresJltof U a liver which 0 fails to per Q formltsfuno tlons in a wayBefore can destroy that billons condition you must stet your la form and nothing will accompitSh Ibis to quickly or so thoroughly as Dr CaldwellsLaxat- loaSyrup PepsinIThis remedy is the one obtainable for all liver and kindred trou bles possessing properties which drive It partsBetter nausea ous purgatives which aggravate condi tions and leave the sufferer in worse condition than beforeIFormer afflicted ones now well and Btrong payeloquent tribute toits efficacy and power PEPSINsdruggistsYour if it does youYoarpoitalcard request vtn brlull br retain I mesa our new booklet DR CALDWELLS BOOK OP WONDKRS and free sample ta thole who bare serer tried WI woudortsl raudjr Write for It tOOarIPEPSIN Meatballs lUIuoU For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY 11 J w yft KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The Weft End Barber Shop Phone 67 COc 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 130 acres adjoining the one Hold Two miles from boon College HO acres in timber the rest cleared This land is worth 20 an acre but I will sell it for 1250 Very good house good barn good water This is a bargain Call at once on J P BICKNELL Berea Ky Cure Mnplc Syrup Anyone desiring to havo pure maple syrup delivered to them about March 10 at 110 per gallon should order at once of C F Can field At present have orders amounting to 00 gall- onsCHID1Molloll THE DIRECT LINEBETWEEN Cincinnati ChicagoF- our fast trains each way IFine coaches standard Pullman and Compartment i Sleepers The very beat diningcafe service For berth reservations address WB CALLSWAYAGPA Cincinnati Ohio HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal IAND THE CITIZEN Both One Year for Only 150Fow in tho United States have not heard of tho Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer tho WEEKLY COURIER JOUR NAL ono year and this paper for 100 Send your subscription for the combination to UiDOt to the Courier Journal A r l SWWAWWW rrat s POIitllNAA+ rrrt tl ta i t AI i r- A i R I ssrQ i II h 11 FOR SALE I I I Get ahome while youcan I in the beautiful Blue i Grass Region of Cen tral Kentucky where iwe have the best of i- g Churches 1 and Society r It I iIhave the following farms for sale t all well located and good to choice Blue I Grass land in Madison Co Ky These Ii are not only good homes but are good i investments as wellI SiGood Farm 158 ncros 000 Good Farm 111 nares u 3000 N ti I Good Farm 106 acres 30 pr tGood Farm 201 ncros 50 par Aero Small Farm 274 noros roooi Not Ft0t i itSmall Farm 36 aoros tooo Not = t Good Farm 147 acros 4000 Net iSmall Farm 52 ry acres 65 par AcreIt Small Farm 624 gains 60 par House and large Lot 33 acres 375 Net IGood Farm 208 acres 4000 Net j 800 Net iii And many more desirable Homes i- I well located near to best Schools and I Churches and in good communitiestlCome to me I can suit you in a goodFarm 5 i Both the buyer and the seller are always pleased in my sales Ihave done 45OOO itowIaf i The prices for the property in my hands run in proportion to the quality r of the land and the improvements on y l I the same Some of the finest Houses and i barns and the best land in i County Ky are represented in MadisonI Your business is solicited x I t I 1 x GDHolliday i Real Estate Agency I IBEREA KY I IkyH1 1ASt7AAkkkS1 J IJ LJ t 1l it I